The former Demon kicked 14 goals for Souths in the Central Australia Football League despite starting the game at half back.
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Ex-Melbourne forward Liam Jurrah kicked an incredible 14 goals in his first game since being released from prison.
The 25-year-old started the match at half back before booting 14.2 for Souths in the Central Australia Football League on the weekend.
Jurrah’s mentor Darren Talbot told the Herald Sun the former Demon looked to be back in the shape he was in when he took the AFL by storm in 2009.
“The whole 14.2 were good. There was one where he went the one-handed mark, turned around quickly and snapped to while still being held onto,” Talbot said.
“Another one he picked it up off the ground, broke through about four blokes and on a very tight angle snuck it through.”
The 25-year-old this year spent a second stint in jail after being found guilty of assaulting his wife after his drunken celebrations turned violent following a local Grand Final win.
Jurrah will play out the rest of the season at Souths while attending a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre until October.