His ability to roam across the field makes him a very versatile player. Family.

Matthew played with the Port Adelaide Football Clubalongside his brother Justin; he played just six games in his short career with Port and was delisted at the end of the 2011 season. His cousin Nick Westhoff was rookie-listed by Richmond in 2010 but did… He then moved to Tanunda, South Australia.

The 2013 season saw Westhoff play as a Centre half-forward but also drop into defence when required by newly appointed coach Ken Hinkley. He was a key player in Port's win over Collingwood, with an absolutely dominant first half, and was best on ground against Fremantle in the final game of the season. He is currently the oldest player in the club's list. As a result, Westhoff's goal kicking average saw a decline, only managing 22 goals in 21 games for the season, however this role increased his average of disposals up from 8.9 to 11.3; and marks up from 4.6 to 5.7 a game.

Justin Westhoff’s mother’s name is unknown at this time and his father’s name is under review.

In season 2015, with the addition of Paddy Ryder, his time as both a forward and a relief ruckman became limited. In round 4 of 2011, Westhoff won the Showdown Medal.[7]. His brothers, Matthew and Leigh, are also Australian rules footballers. Westhoff's strong season ended up with him finishing 4th in the 2007 AFL Rising Star competition, garnering a total of 10 votes. In the return match of Showdown XXIX, he returned to his form of early in the season with four goals that gave the Power the win.

Port Adelaide refused to allow him to play in Central Districts' winning Grand Final side the following week, effectively not allowing him to win a premiership with the club where he and his brothers had played all of their junior football. He played as a wingman who pinch-hit as a mobile forward. As such, he became something of a roaming wingman.

He struggled early in the year, both in terms of finding the football and hitting the scoreboard, kicking only 5 goals in the first 8 games. However, he found his way back into the side the week after, by kicking 3 goals for the Central District. He started well and was tipped for a high Brownlow placing after just 4 games, where he played well and saw Port Adelaide also going undefeated for the first 5 games of the season.

When drafted to the Power, Westhoff's appointed player-mentor was skipper Warren Tredrea.[3].

At 200 cm, Westhoff is capable of playing any position on the ground. Averaging 2.5 goals a game in the preseason, Westhoff was named in the Power's starting 18 against the Bombers for round 1, where he performed strongly, kicking 3 goals and picking up 15 disposals (including 10 marks). Playing every game, he registered career highs in both marks and disposals. Westhoff performed consistently well again in 2014, enjoying another strong year. Justin Westhoff was born in Eudunda, South Australia, where he lived until the age of three. Family Life His brothers, Matthew and Leigh, are also Australian rules footballers. But as the season went on, Westhoff gathered momentum. Justin Westhoff (born 1 October 1986) is a footballer currently playing for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the AFL. [5] Westhoff's performance was further recognised with the AFL rising star nomination for Round 15.

We will continue to update information on Justin Westhoff’s parents. He got his start playing for Central District in the South Australian National Football League. Westhoff started the season with 20 disposals, 8 marks, and 5 goals against the Blues.

After Round 10, 2010, he was dropped due to a poor performance in the previous game.

He capped off a good season with 31 goals and 7 Brownlow votes. On 17 April, Westhoff was controversially suspended for two games for high contact on North Adelaide captain Darryl Wintle during Central District's 7-goal defeat of the Roosters in Round 1 of the SANFL. At one stage, Westhoff was also dropped from the Power's lineup in the round 13 game against the Richmond Tigers due to poor form. The 2008 season saw Westhoff play a different role to the 2007 season in which he played more up the ground, unlike the previous season where he played a lot closer to the goals. His opponent on the day, Matthew Scarlett, had 30 possessions, while Westhoff was unable to have any impact on the game, frequently being pushed off in contests due to his slight stature. His consistency was positive to the team throughout the season, and his outstanding season eventually earned him the John Cahill Medal at the age of 32; Ken Hinkley said of the achievement, "I've never known a more deserving player". He then moved to Tanunda, South Australia. He proved himself to still be a valuable part of the Power's forwardline, dominating in Showdown XXVIII, leading the Power in goalkicking with three goals in the third quarter. He is the older brother of Matthew Westhoff and younger brother of Leigh Westhoff. Westhoff had his career-best game against the West Coast Eagles in round 15, on 14 July, kicking four goals, including two from contested marks on eventual All-Australian full back Darren Glass. On 3 June, Westhoff's consistent goalkicking dominance at local level saw him make his AFL debut for Port Adelaide against Hawthorn. He was also recognised with the Gavin Wanganeen Medal and the Best First-Year Player award at the Power's club champion venue.

Westhoff played in Port Adelaide's losing AFL grand final side of 2007 at the MCG. His good season saw him come 5th in Port Adelaide's prestigious John Cahill medal, with 199 votes. Westhoff was also reported for charging the Hawks' Clinton Young in the last quarter; however, this was later dismissed by the match review panel, as they deemed the contact unintentional and unavoidable.[4]. However, in round 2, he fractured his foot and was out for six weeks, being placed on the long-term injury list.

Season 2018 saw him play multiple roles such as a pinch-hitter in the ruck, a safe marker in defence, and swingman on the wing. Justin Westhoff was born in Eudunda, South Australia, where he lived until the age of three. Westhoff playing for Port Adelaide in June 2018, John Cahill Medal • Port Adelaide Football Club best and fairest winners, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Justin_Westhoff&oldid=979638233, Port Adelaide Football Club players (all competitions), Australian rules footballers from South Australia, Use Australian English from September 2015, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 September 2020, at 21:39.

Australian rules footballer most famous for his time at Port Adelaide, where he was drafted in 2007. He returned in round 11 after a late withdrawal from Robert Gray, and despite not having played any games since the injury, still managed to kick two goals as well as 16 disposals (including 10 marks).

Westhoff remained a key player in later games, but his impact died off and his place in the team became dubious before a run of good form saw him become a key player.

He performed strongly on début, booting three goals (including two from his first two kicks) to become the first Power player to register a trio of majors on début.

His cousin Nick Westhoff was rookie-listed by Richmond in 2010[2] but didn't play an AFL game. Like many famous people and celebrities, Justin Westhoff keeps his personal life private.

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