"Total"

/ clubs = Fitzroy Football Club/Fitzroy

Carlton Football Club/Carlton

/ games(goals) = 76 (102)

17 (23)

"93 (125)"

/ coachyears = 1934

/ coachclubs = Fitzroy Football Club/Fitzroy

/ coachgames(wins) = 2 (1-1-0)

/ statsend = 1935

}}

"Jack Joseph Cashman" (21 April 1906 - 18 July 1982) was an Australian rules footballer who played for Fitzroy Football Club/Fitzroy and Carlton Football Club/Carlton in the Australian Football League/Victorian Football League (VFL).

Cashman was used during his career mostly as a ruckman and forward. He was recruited locally to Fitzroy and kicked 25 goals for them 1929 VFL season/in 1929.

1932 WANFL season/In 1932 he went to Western Australia and took on the role of captain-coach of West Perth Football Club/West Perth, steering them to the their first WAFL premiership since 1905 in his first year in charge. He led West Perth to a third place the following season and was lured back to Fitzroy where he was appointed captain-coach.

After just two games as captain-coach of Fitzroy, Cashman resigned, citing that members of the club committee were against him. A four-time VFL interstate representative, he got a clearance to Carlton and finished the season there, kicking 19 goals up forward.

More Jack Cashman on Wikipedia.