Jackson Trengove was drafted to the Port Adelaide Football Club with the 22nd pick in the 2008 AFL Draft. Injuries hampered his 2009 season forcing Trengove to wait until round 1, 2010 to make his AFL debut.
The versatile key position player solidified his spot in Port’s best 22 immediately, playing 19 games in his debut season. Trengove elevated himself to the next level in 2011 winning the Port Adelaide best and Fairest from Centre Half Back.
Trengove went on to be a solid contribute for the Power, leading them to a preliminary final appearance in 2014 and was one of their most consistent players over the following year. After 153 games with Port Adelaide Trengove requested to return home to Victoria and play for the Western Bulldogs following the 2017 season.
In his first season at Whitten Oval Trengove played a number roles across half back and half forward further showing his flexibility. A scapula injury restricted Trengove early in the year but since then has been a shinning light for the Bulldogs.