Cadji started his career at St Marys in the Colts (now U/16’s) in 1976/77 where he was the
leading goal kicker for that year and played in their premiership of that year.
In 1979/80 He was judged as the player most likely to succeed in the U/19’s (now U/18’s)
and played in the U/19’s premiership that year
Cadji made his league debut in 1983/84 and during that period represented
the NTFL seven (7) times in representative matches. His first game was against Alice Springs 1984, Glenelg 1985, Essendon
1986, Sydney Swans 1988, Tasmania, Australian Amateurs and V.F.A. in the 1988 Bi - Centennial Carnival
Cadji played in Five (5) St Marys League premierships 1983/84, 1984/85,
1985/86, 1986/87, 1987/88 with St Marys
He won St Marys club Best and Fairest in 1984/85 and played in the historic
undefeated premiership side of that year
Cadji went on to play 93 games and kick 123 goals
Cadji was once described by the great St Marys legendary coach John
have been so many great players, all with special characteristics like Dennis Dunn, Brian Long, Michael Athanasiou, Noel Long
and the three Christensen brothers.
"But I have to admit from a character and sheer magnetism point of view, Cadji Dunn was special.
wanted to be around him. He was an “inspirational footballer and sensation
passed away on Friday 23rd January 2015