Paul Hudson played 245 games for Hawthorn, the Western Bulldogs and Richmond from 1990-2002. A beautifully skilled mid-sized forward, he booted 479 goals across his career and finished fifth in the 1991 Brownlow medal in just his second season.
Hudson’s supreme goal sense and dead-eye set shot were his greatest attributes.
Before joining St Kilda Football Club as a development coach, Hudson worked as an assistant with the Brisbane Lions and Collingwood and was the coach of TAC Cup team Gippsland Power.
Hudson was appointed coach of the Sandringham Zebras before the start of the 2015 season.