Jason Castagna

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Full NameJason Castagna
First NameJason
Last NameJason
ProfessionAustralian Rules Footballer
Happy BirthdayJuly 12
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Date of BirthJuly 12, 1996
Age (as 2020)23 years old
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Jason Castagna is a well-known Australian Rules Footballer. He was born on July 12 in . According to our own Metrics, Jason is one of the successful Australian Rules Footballer. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on July 12, 1996. Jason is one of the Richest Australian Rules Footballer who was born in .

Castagna underwent a restricted pre-season training program in the lead up to the 2019 season, after suffering a minor ankle syndesmosis sprain in early January of that year. By early February he had resumed running but delays in his progression meant he would miss each of the club’s two pre-season matches. After two uninterrupted weeks of skills training, Castanga began the season with limited minutes in a VFL practice match with Richmond’s reserves side before immediately earning AFL selection in the club’s round 2 match against Collingwood. He was unable to impact the scoreboard in the early part of the season, going goalless in each of his first three matches. In round 5 Castagna scored one goal, before adding three more in round 6’s ANZAC Day eve win over Melbourne. Two weeks later he would receive the award for the AFL’s Goal of the Week, for a running snap while navigating around multiple Fremantle defenders in round 8. In late May he signed a two-year contract extension which would see him contracted through to the end of the 2021 season. Castagna played through the club’s mid-season bye averaging 12 disposals a game and having kicked 11 goals in his 12 games to that point of the year. He was exceptional in Richmond’s second game back after the bye, taking a career-best 10 marks and kicking a career-best five goals including three in the first quarter as his side demolished Gold Coast by 92 points. For that performance, Castagna earned his first two career Brownlow Medal votes, a place in AFL Media’s Team of the Week, 7 coaches award votes and best afield honours as adjudged by The Age. Castagna closed out the regular season with seven goals in the final seven matches as well as posting 22 disposals in round 21’s win over Carlton, his highest tally since his debut season and his most while playing as a forward. In the opening round of the finals, Castagna contributed a goal as Richmond defeated the Brisbane Lions by 47 points in their qualifying final at The Gabba. AFL Media said he “played an important role” in the preliminary final a fortnight later, kicking two goals as his side defeated Geelong and earned a grand final matchup against Greater Western Sydney. Castagna was prolific in the grand final, recording 20 disposals and six shots on goal in his side’s 89-point victory that earned him a second premiership in three years. He did however miss all six shots on goal, leading AFL Media to say he had “threatened to be one of the game’s best players but ultimately let himself down with his finishing.” Castagna kicked a then career-best 27 goals to finish third in Richmond’s goalkicking tally that year, while also ranking first for tackles inside-50, second for marks inside-50 and equal third for tackles. He ultimately placed equal-tenth in the club’s best and fairest count.

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Castagna featured in the pre-season series in March 2020, and was named by AFL Media as among Richmond’s best players with a two-goal performance in the last of those two matches. He kicked an equal team-high three goals in a round 1 win over Carlton when the season began a fortnight later, but under extraordinary conditions imposed on the league as a result of the rapid progression of the coronavirus pandemic into Australia. In what the league planned would be the first of a reduced 17-round season, the match was played without crowds in attendance due to public health prohibitions on large gatherings and with quarter lengths reduced by one fifth in order to reduce the physical load on players who would be expected to play multiple matches with short breaks in the second half of the year. Just three days later, the AFL Commission suspended the season for a period of at least 10 weeks after multiple states enforced quarantine conditions on their borders that effectively ruled out the possibility of continuing the season as planned.

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In March 2017, Castagna was again upgraded to Richmond’s senior list. He was immediately impactful, playing in the club’s round 1 victory against Carlton, kicking two goals and recording 20 disposals. In round 4 he kicked a career-high four goals in Richmond’s win over the Brisbane Lions. Castagna, along with forward-line companions Daniel Rioli and Dan Butler, played a key role in Richmond’s five game unbeaten start to the 2017 season. After five rounds the small-forward trio had combined for 23 goals (Castagna with eight) and 44 tackles (18 for Castagna). At the mid-season bye, Castagna was one of only 11 players at Richmond to play all 11 matches to that point in the season. He was equal third at the club for goals kicked that season and also ranked 12th in the league for forward half pressure. In round 18 Castagna laid a career high nine tackles in the club’s win over Greater Western Sydney. Castagna received the AFL Rising Star nomination for round 19 after kicking three goals and gathering 16 disposals in Richmond’s 33-point win over the Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium. Castagna was a member of Richmond’s finals team in 2017, and kicked a goal in each of the club’s three matches in the series including in a victorious Grand Final. He finished the season a premiership player and having played in all 25 matches at senior level. His 26 goals for the season placed him fourth at the club and third among Rising Star eligible players across the season. Though he did not place in the award’s tally Castagna also ranked top 10 among such players in 12 statistical categories including number one in score involvements, marks inside 50 and tackles inside 50.

Jason Castagna Net Worth

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Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth (2021)$150,000 - $350,000 (Approx.)
Estimated Net Worth (2020)$100,000 - $250,000
Net Worth (2019)$50,000 - $100,000
Estimated Salary Under Review.

Age, Height & Birthday

Jason Castagna age 23 years old. Jason's birthday July 12, 1996. According to many online source, Jason Castagna height Not Available right now.

Castagna was again promoted to the senior list in 2016, filling the last of the club’s free senior list spots on the eve of the season. He was named as an emergency in the club’s round 6 match against Port Adelaide, but was called to play when wingman Kamdyn McIntosh withdrew due to injury He recorded 11 disposals on debut. He played again the next week in a loss to Hawthorn but was dropped the following week. Castagna made his return to the side in round 16, playing as a forward and recording 19 disposals and his first two career goals. He finished the season having played five games with an average of 14.8 disposals per game.