James "Jimmy" Duggan joined the Dingos as a 16-year-old in 2008, winning the Best Rookie award that year. Since then, he has won the 2010 Coach's Award, the Stewart Award (Best & Fairest) in 2011, and was selected to the OAFL All-Star Team in 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Having been exposed to footy at a young age, Jimmy is one of the strongest Canadians players on the Dingos, using his quick speed and accurate deliveries effectively out of the middle. He has played over 80 games for the club, kicking close to 60 goals, and will likely become the youngest Dingo ever to reach 100 games.
Off the field, Jimmy has begun taking on more of a leadership role, serving on the club's Executive since 2013. He has also taken the reins as Coach for the Division 2 squad in 2015.