Educated at Sacred Heart College, Jack Juniper was picked up by Fremantle in the 2005 AFL pre-season rookie draft. He had played junior football for Glenelg and Sacred Heart College.
Juniper spent 2005 and 2006 on the Dockers' list, during which time he was tied to Perth in the WAFL.
He played six league games for Perth in 2005 and 20 league games in 2006. At the end of the 2006 season he was delisted without playing a league game for Fremantle.
Juniper was recruited by Norwood from Glenelg at the end of season 2008.
A skilful left-footer, he was a strong mark and an accurate kick for goal, and was capable of playing at both ends of the ground.
In 2009 he won the Norwood Reserves best and fairest award.
He also had stints with Sacred Heart Old Collegians and with the Brighton Bombers in the South Australian Amateur Football League.
R Cialini August 2022