JACK ANDERSON: Jim Stynes the resilient pioneer who paved the way Down Under

On the 20th anniversary of Dubliner Jim Stynes’ retirement from the AFL, Jack Anderson looks back at a remarkable career.

Melbourne's Jim Stynes watches his team-mates play Hawthorn in Melbourne in June, 1998. Picture: Stuart Milligan/Allsport

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