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STILL IN THE GAME

2020 S E A S O N

PIES-TIGERS: OLD FOES

JUSTIN LONGMUIR

PREMIERSHIP CLUB

CLUB STATS & HISTORIES

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MARCH 27-29, 2020

DARK DAY: AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan cut a lonely figure last Sunday as he prepared to announce the season would be suspended until May 31.

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FEATURES

HOLDING PATTERN

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The AFL is now on hold until May 31 at the earliest. What does it mean to the game’s future? ANDREW SLEVISON reports.

New Dockers coach Justin Longmuir has ventured all over the country to better himself. ASHLEY BROWNE reports.

CUP CLUB

There are 16 members of an exclusive group – clubs that have won a premiership. ANDREW SLEVISON reports.

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No winners in footy’s waiting game

It is a magnificent gesture CAM MOONEY ON CHRIS SCOTT’S OFFER OF NO PAY WHILE THE SEASON IS HALTED

FACING REALITY: The sight of an errant footy in an empty stand and stars such as Nat Fyfe (inset) wearing a face mask was the new norm last week.

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EDITOR’S LETTER

he opening round of the 2020 AFL season has come and gone and now we play the waiting game. It was one of the strangest weekends of football we will ever witness. There was trepidation aplenty in the week leading up to the traditional Thursday night opener between Richmond and Carlton. Supporters had to stay away. A lot of the media followed suit. It seemed like we were all treading carefully, walking on invisible eggshells. The full impact of COVID-19 had not quite hit. It still hasn’t. The measures taken will divide public opinion but nonetheless, the footy was scheduled to commence. And that it did with desolate MCG stands acting as the backdrop. Trains entering and departing the nearby Richmond station were audible from every home in the country. The thumping sound of the Sherrin on brand new boots

was crystal clear. The on-field chatter was detectable when it would ordinarily be drowned out by the abounding crowd. It was odd, but footy was back. Just not as we normally know it. As the games rolled on, we slowly became accustomed to the differences. It still wasn’t the same, but it would do for now. However, by half-time of last Sunday’s Hawthorn-Brisbane clash,

u The AFL Record – then the Football Record – was first published in 1912, the year the Titanic sank. We have survived two world wars, a depression, an airline strike in the late 1980s and now a worldwide pandemic in coronavirus. In 1916 at the height of World War I, only four teams competed. Money and raw materials such as newsprint

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were scarce but somehow the Record saw it through. Fast forward 108 years and again we face an enormous challenge and, for the time being, two months without footy. But thanks to the modern technology, the Record will continue to give fans their winter fix of weekly reading. Despite no matches at AFL grounds until May 31, a free

It was one of the strangest weekends of football

the writing that had been on the wall for much of the bizarre weekend had developed into a serious statement delivered by a solemn and sleep-deprived AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan. In what was an unprecedented move, the AFL season would be postponed until at least May 31. With much less ado, a fascinating AFLW season was brought to a

weekly edition of the Record is available online each Friday on the SEN app, SEN.com.au and aflnation.com.au and AFL.com. au and the AFL app. Last week’s edition was the first ever online and the weekly digital edition will continue from this weekend, in collaboration with SEN digital. Footy fan Dan Nailer summed it up best in one of the many

emails sent to me this week. “The Record that is an integral part of the game that I love. The game that is part of normality of life for me,” he wrote. “I want you to know how much many others like myself are thrilled to have the Record in our hands for the first game of round one.” As our cover says, we’re still in the game.

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halt with no premier settled, but that’s an entirely different talking point for another day. The pivotal verdict creates so much uncertainty for an industry that reaches far and wide. It has forced 80 per cent of AFL staff to be stood down and many more, including the game’s highest executives, to take significant pay cuts. The AFL Players Association have been busy thrashing out what a pay cut for the entire playing group – every player on every list at all 18 clubs – would look like. Staff at every club have had to take unpaid leave, or worse, and there have already been mass job losses in the media.

Within days of the AFL standing down, the NRL and A-League followed suit as the coronavirus endures. Sport plays a massive part in the lives of many but those many lives need to be protected so enormous compromises had to be made. McLachlan said: “To say this is the most serious threat to our game in 100 years is an understatement. “It is unprecedented in its impact. It is unprecedented in the impact it is having on our game and the wider community, and as a community and as a code, we all need to take the unprecedented and required actions to get through this together.”

The most serious threat to our game in 100 years AFL CEO GILLON McLACHLAN

He later added: “The only way that footy can find a way through is to continue to be agile, flexible and – most importantly – united. “Our clubs are facing the same challenges as head office. We will continue to work with them on finalising an operating model during this temporary suspension period.” At this stage the plan is to play the remaining 144 AFL matches in season 2020. That number comes from a revised total after the initial resolution was to shorten the season to 17 rounds. The season could resume in early June or may be deferred even longer. But when it does return, we will all be there waiting with baited (and hygienic) breath.

After long journey, back where he belongs

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ustin Longmuir is the first former Fremantle player to be named as the senior coach of the club. Yes, there was inaugural skipper Ben Allan who was interim coach for half of 2001 after the sacking of Damian Drum, but he didn’t continue after the season. Longmuir has purple blood coursing through his veins. He played 139 games and kicked 166 goals for the Dockers between 1999 and 2007. None were more famous than his huge mark and resultant goal after the siren to beat St Kilda at Subiaco in 2005. He pretty much is Fremantle royalty. But despite having bled and broken bones for the club – he retired prematurely at age 26 having lost the passion to play because of injury – he hasn’t put much thought into, let alone considered, the romance of

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masterminding the club’s maiden premiership. “I didn’t see myself getting the job because I’m a past player of the club,” he told the AFL Record. “I see it as because I went away and worked really hard on my craft and invested in becoming the best coach I could be. That’s what has got me here now.” He caught the coaching bug not long after retiring, having not thought himself the coaching type when he played.

PURPLE POWER: Justin Longmuir is ‘purple royalty’ now as senior coach (above) and as a former player (inset).

He started at West Perth as a line coach before moving back to the Dockers, where he also dabbled in recruiting. A young, raw Nat Fyfe joined the club around that time.

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ONE WEEK at a TIME In 2011, he moved across town to West Coast to experience life at a different club and then, in 2018, across the country to finalise his coaching CV at Collingwood. “For my own personal development, I had to get away,” he said. “I had to see how other cultures worked and I was really fortunate at West Coast to work under John Worsfold and Adam Simpson, so it was the same club but two different programs and leaders. “And then at the end of my time at West Coast, I thought in a way that I only knew West Australian footy and I needed to see life at the other side of the country, so to get the opportunity at Collingwood, a big club going through the issues they had at the time … to go there and see them come through it and become a good team again was a good experience, not just for me but for my family. “Three different cultures at two different clubs has helped shape the coach I have become.” So too have his all-too-vivid memories of how hard a game it is to play. Just getting to the start line was often half the problem for Longmuir. “All coaches draw from their own experiences and mine is that it didn’t come easy to me as a player,” he said. “I feel like I’m able to be empathetic to what players have gone through and that’s helped shape my experiences.” Longmire will change the look and feel of the Dockers. There have been significant changes to personnel and the game plan will evolve. The hope and expectation from the outside is a bit more flair and a bit more run, which would represent a move away from the dour, defence-first-and-last approach of his predecessor, Ross Lyon. “I want them to play on instinct,” he said. “They all got drafted to the AFL because they had strengths and were in roles that allowed them to play to those strengths and it’s

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BEST OF DAYS: Longmuir loved his stay at Collingwood as an assistant to Nathan Buckley (above) and there were good times as a young player with an equally young Matthew Pavlich (right).

our role as coaches to allow all our players to bring their strengths to the table.” And he wants Fremantle fans to share the journey, just sadly not from inside Optus Stadium for the foreseeable future. “I want them to feel excited about the future and that as a footy club we’re building towards sustained success,” he said. “There are going to be bumps along the way with a young team, but I want them to be excited about the future and to see an organised and competitive team that’s heading in the right direction.”

I want them to play on instinct

one of its great characters and players following the passing of former Essendon star Jack Jones, aged 95, this week. The triple premiership player, club Hall of Fame member and war veteran came to the Bombers’ attention when playing football while stationed in New Guinea in World War II. Boasting a thumping kick, pace, versatility and aerial prowess, Jones burst on to the scene in 1946, winning a premiership in just his 20th game and playing in six consecutive Grand Finals for two more premierships in 1949 and 1950. He played 175 games and, his consecutive streak of 133 between round 11, 1946 and round 14, 1952 remains a club record. Jones later acted as a tour guide at Windy Hill for more than two decades and was a constant at Anzac Day games.

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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK

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of a fan-free MCG on the opening night of the season. Normally they’d be off limits an hour or so from the first bounce – the ‘G would be awash with eager fans, food vendors, security and AFL Record sellers. Instead it was the case of the loneliness of the long-distance runner. PHOTO: DYLAN BURNS/AFL PHOTOS @DYLANBURNSAFL

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LONELY DAYS

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opening round of the season, Richmond fans and players were eagerly looking forward to unfurling their 2019 premiership flag.

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It took until 1919 for Richmond and Collingwood to establish their great rivalry, one that would have gone to another level had this round gone ahead. It’s now more than 100 years of what some call football’s greatest rivalry. In 2018, leading political journalist GEORGE MEGALOGENIS penned a book The Football Solution which, among other things, explores how his beloved Richmond transformed itself from laughing stock to premiership role model. In the book he also touches on the origins of the Tigers-Magpies rivalry. This is an edited extract. ichmond and Collingwood were neighbours in poverty, both of them on the wrong side of the Yarra River. Connected to the rest of the city by their industries but isolated from it by their Catholic religion and working class, they felt the rest of Melbourne looking down on them. Football united these two inner-city suburbs in a mutual search for respect. The two clubs began as the best of friends. If one was not able to win

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Football united these two suburbs

the premiership, it was their ardent wish that the other be the champion. But it turns out that both clubs, and the game itself, were better off once they became fierce rivals. Their falling out coincided with football’s greatest period of spectator engagement. In the 1920s and 1930s, a typical round of VFL in Melbourne would attract between 10 and 12 per cent of the city’s entire population, figures that have never been repeated. Home games at Richmond’s Punt Rd Oval and Collingwood’s Victoria Park would be seen by the equivalent of half the suburb.

The pattern held true in Geelong, where up to half the town would cheer their Cats at Corio Oval. The more alienated the suburb or the town felt from the cultural and economic life of Melbourne, the greater the connection to their football club. This would be the last time that who you barracked for was determined by where you lived or worked. After World War II, the decisive factor was not where you were raised, but who you were born to. Allegiances formed in the inner city between the wars

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BIG BROTHER: Collingwood

dominated Richmond in the early years, including claiming the 1919 flag against the Tigers (above) and providing the club with its first player-coach Dick Condon (top left) and captain Charlie Pannam (left).

were transferred when families moved to the suburbs in the 1950s and 1960s. When Richmond joined the VFL in 1908, it was led by two former Collingwood champions. Charlie Pannam, the Daylesford-born son of a Greek migrant, was Richmond’s captain. Dick Condon, reputedly the greatest and most argumentative player of the decade, was player-coach. Collingwood supporters didn’t mind losing their talents because both were at the end of their careers. They viewed Richmond as something like a younger brother, while Richmond people admired the success of their neighbour. In their first 11 seasons together in the VFL, between 1908 and 1918, the clubs faced each other

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I won’t believe it until I see it in The Herald BARNEY HERBERT’S WIFE ON HEARING THE TIGERS HAD A RARE WIN OVER THE MAGPIES

25 times. Collingwood won 20 of those matches. Richmond was not considered a threat to anyone, and the players accepted their losses with good humour. They were known by the nickname ‘Tigers’ from 1910 onwards, but in those formative years they were toothless. “Week after week we went out and were trimmed,” recalled Richmond’s best player in those years, Vic Thorp. “One day something went wrong and we won. Ruckman Barney Herbert went home full of joy at our luck, but his wife (told him), ‘I won’t believe it until I see it in The Herald.’” The relationship between the clubs shifted when Richmond finally became competitive after World War I. Collingwood was the most consistent team in 1919 and secured top spot on the ladder in the final round of the season, ahead of South Melbourne. Carlton was third and Richmond fourth. Richmond shocked South Melbourne, the reigning premier, in their semi-final, and Collingwood defeated Carlton in the second semi-final. So certain was Collingwood of victory against Richmond in the

following week’s final the Magpies booked a celebratory end-of-season trip to the Gippsland Lakes. But before a crowd of almost 52,000 at the MCG, the upstarts from Punt Rd won the game. The Collingwood president, Jim Sharp, reaffirmed the kinship with a generous speech in the Richmond dressing rooms. “It was, he said, the wish of Collingwood that if the premiership should go to any team outside his own, that team should be Richmond,” The Age reported. He could afford to be magnanimous because Richmond had to beat Collingwood twice to win the flag. Under the rules, the team finishing first in the home and away season received a second chance if it lost any final. Despite their kindly concession, Collingwood knew it was entitled to a rematch, which it won by 25 points. It toasted its fifth VFL premiership of the young century. The Age said the Richmond players cracked under the pressure. “Flushed with success and weighed down by the responsibility of a final, (they) broke down. To them it was a psychological defeat as well as a premiership loss.” The friendship could not survive another season as the two proud

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working-class clubs succumbed to the forces that generate and sustain a sporting rivalry: ambition and envy. The catalyst for the split was Dan Minogue, the former Collingwood captain. On his return home from war service in 1919, Richmond convinced him to switch clubs. He applied for a transfer three days after the June 30 deadline, but it was rejected by the League’s officials. “I felt that returned soldiers might have been given a few days grace,” Minogue said later. He sat out that season as a spectator and joined Richmond in the new year. The players elected him captain and coach. Minogue led Richmond against his old club in round five of the 1920 season. More than 30,000 filled the Punt Rd ground and this epic contest still resonates almost a century later. Anyone who has witnessed a close game will appreciate the drama, tension, and ecstatic release. Time appears to accelerate as the ball moves frantically from one end of the ground to the other. Then it warps into two different speeds. It’s like you’re in a Dalí painting – the minute hand on the

TIGER TERRITORY: In the 1920s and ’30s, games at Punt Rd Oval would be attended by the equivalent of half the suburb; ruckmen Barney Herbert (top right) and Hughie James (right) both played key roles in Richmond’s rise.

They lost a verandah but won a match THE ARGUS

clock is melting while the hour hand is a whirling dervish. If your team is in front, but the other side is attacking, the final few minutes of a match can seem like an eternity. But if your team is the one staging a fightback, those same few minutes flash by in a panic of missed opportunities. In 1920, Richmond was clinging to a four-point lead late in the game, but Collingwood was resurgent.

A snap shot hit the post, another point was kicked, and then another. With only three minutes left in the final quarter, Richmond was a point in front. The Richmond players worked the ball forward, Collingwood repelled the attack, but the ball came back again. Richmond’s Hughie James, the least reliable kick in the team, took a mark right in front of the goals. “The stands rocked, the roof of the verandah of the cricket pavilion, crowded with spectators, gave way, and crashed to the ground,” The Argus reported. The people tumbling off the roof must surely have feared for their lives, but no one was seriously injured. The attention of 30,000 people snapped back to the game. “During the confusion, James kicked the goal which made the game safe. They had lost a verandah but won a match,” continued The Argus. Years later, Minogue recalled that the roof collapsed just as he knocked over a smaller Collingwood player, who had the front to ‘flashily’ poke the ball in the Tiger captain’s face as he ran past him. “I had a fixed rule in such a case. I always went straight into the man who baulked me, regard less of his size,” he said. “So in I sailed this time. At that moment there were two crashes. My opponent hit the ground. Simultaneously the verandah of the old pavilion collapsed – but I had nothing to do with that!”

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The story got taller as spectators repeated it for those who weren’t there. In Janet McCalman’s celebrated book on life in Richmond, Struggletown, one old-timer said James had taken a ‘sky-scraping mark’ in the goalsquare. “I didn’t see any more – all the people on the roof jumped up in the air and down they came on top of me.” He was able to save himself by hanging on to the beams of what remained of the pavilion. Just four weeks later, a stirring final-quarter comeback against Essendon transformed a 25-point Richmond deficit into a 20-point victory. The city was enthralled. It was “the talk of Melbourne all this week”, The Herald reported. After two decades of depression, four grinding years of war, and a year of the Spanish flu, the people were finally enjoying themselves again. Richmond dominated the 1920 regular season and finished on top of the ladder. But the finals series opened with two upsets. Fourth-placed Collingwood defeated second-placed Fitzroy, while Richmond lost to third-placed Carlton before a crowd of 62,000, an MCG record. Now Richmond was the beneficiary of the challenge system and as minor premier exercised its right to face the winner of the preliminary final in the Grand Final. Collingwood defeated Carlton in the preliminary final, setting up another showdown between the two working-class neighbours. But in the week leading up to the big game, people noticed Dan Minogue had disappeared from sight. Richmond’s leader had missed the final against Carlton due to a bout of tonsillitis. He had gone back to Bendigo to recuperate but somehow a rumour started that he had passed away. On the day of the preliminary final, distressed Richmond supporters rushed to his Albert Park home to pay their respects. No doubt loving the attention, Minogue made a heroic return to the city to correct the reports of his demise.

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A NEW BEGINNING: Under the guidance of former Collingwood captain Dan Minogue, Richmond turned the tables in 1920, downing the Magpies to claim its first flag.

It is all self, self, self, from now on Richmond is going to be the same TIGER TREASURER JACK ARCHER

On the day of the Grand Final, Minogue was still queasy, but he would play. In the dressing room before the game, Richmond’s treasurer Jack Archer was in a vengeful mood. He told the players that the “eyes of Richmond and the whole of the football world are upon you today so go out and win”. He asked them to remember how rude the Collingwood people had been to Dan Minogue after he moved clubs. Collingwood, he said, had been a model for sportsmanship. “Yes, they were good sports at social gatherings after the matches they won, but that scene changed at Collingwood this year when we beat them, and

we’re going to beat them again today,” he said. Archer regretted the loss of camaraderie between the clubs. “I’ve come to the conclusion that it is all self, self, self with the League clubs, and from now on the Richmond club is going to be the same.” He concluded with a rousing appeal to tribal identity. “Set your mind on the goal in front, remember the injustices you have been burdened with, grind your teeth and stretch your nostrils wide. “All Richmond are expecting great things from you, and let this flag I hold here ‘Defiance’ inspire you, and this flag ‘Richmond on top’ will be quite in order when you come back into the dressing room after the match.” The Richmond treasurer surely exaggerated his case against the Magpies. A month out from the Grand Final, Collingwood people were once again saying that ‘if defeated’ they hoped ‘Richmond would be the team to win’. On the day, there was no evidence of bad blood. Richmond was simply too good. It ‘outpaced and outplayed’ its opponent. Minogue was too weak to influence the game with his play. He served as an on-field general, directing his team. The Tigers dominated every aspect of the game except goalkicking.

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HIGH PRAISE: Famous

author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a special guest at the 1920 Grand Final, was enthralled by the spectacle.

I consider the Australian game is magnificent SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

They won by 17 points but, with a little more composure in front of goal, could easily have doubled that margin. “When the bell rang,” The Age wrote, “there were the congratulations between friend and foe that make Australians such fine sportsmen and their game so enjoyable to watch.” Richmond had secured its first VFL premiership, but Vic Thorp felt a letdown at that moment. “Something turned in my stomach,” he wrote in his memoirs. “I felt as if I was going to be ill.” He pushed his way through the crowd in the dressing room and wondered ‘what was the premiership anyway’. “Strange the way things affect you. Here was something I had been fighting for since 1910: a premiership. I didn’t know what it was, or whether I wanted it,” he wrote. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, was a special guest at the Grand Final. After the game, he declared that football was the very best winter sport in the world. “I know something about football,” he wrote, “for I played rugby for the Edinburgh University and soccer with the Hampshire team. I have also seen the best American football. “I consider the Australian game is magnificent, and from the spectacular point of view it is probably the best of them all.” Doyle was particularly taken with the kicking game. “I have never seen anything to touch the accuracy of both the punting and drop kicking.” The stab pass enthralled him, as did the snap shot for goal, which was then known as the screw kick. He was also impressed to meet a founding father of the game, Henry Harrison, then aged 85. They discussed one of football’s unique rules, which Harrison had accepted at his own expense more than half a century earlier. “I thought it was very sporting of him, as the fastest runner of his day, to introduce the bouncing rule, which robbed him of his advantage,” Doyle wrote. Perhaps he was flattering his host. But his observations suggest the game had discovered the ingredients for spectacle well before comparable winter sports in Britain and the US.

The template for Richmond’s first 10 premierships was established on this day, from using an exaggerated sense of victimhood to motivate the players all the way to the jubilant street party that celebrated the win. For dinner, the players were driven in motor cars to St Kilda. After they finished eating, and made their final toasts, they poured back into the cars and were taken to the city, where the premiership convoy “made several trips up and down Bourke St through cheering crowds”. The next stop was Richmond Town Hall, where 2000 locals were waiting to greet their heroes. Ruckman Barney Herbert climbed the statue of George Bennett, a former club president and mayor of Richmond, and orchestrated an eccentric rendition of the club’s battle cry. Herbert had a crayfish in each hand, and yelled to the adoring mob: “What did we do to them?” “Eat ’em alive!” they roared. For his part, Dan Minogue had already slipped quietly back home to Albert Park to resume his recovery from illness. In bed, he replayed the Grand Final “in fitful, feverish dreams”. The local paper the Richmond Guardian covered the triumph with a bolder front-page headline than it had used for the signing of the Armistice two years beforehand. ‘Premiers at Last,’ it declared. The end of the war was reported under the more earnest headline ‘Kitchener’s Task is Finished by Foch’.

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AFL RECORD THE PREMIERSHIP CLUB

Welcome to an exclusive organisation which features 16 clubs, dating all the way back to 1897. There are some ‘rich’ members of this club, such as Carlton and Essendon, who have won 16 premierships each. The poorer members – turn away St Kilda fans – have not been so fortunate, but in recent times we have seen the Bulldogs double their tally. ANDREW SLEVISON recounts your club’s premiership history.

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success has been bleak, the Blues still maintain their status as a powerhouse of the competition, simply through sheer weight of numbers. It started early with five flags between 1906 and 1915 before adding a third in 1938 after a 23-year hiatus. The ’40s was a successful era that delivered three Grand Finals and two premierships before waiting two decades between drinks, breaking the drought in 1968. Carlton flexed its considerable muscle, going on a premiership

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rampage by winning another seven flags by 1995. It was a dominant reign of which every other club was envious and it spawned generations of rabid Blues fans. The pinnacle was '95. Coach David Parkin and captain Stephen Kernahan oversaw a stunning campaign in which Carlton lost only twice for the entire season. After some very lean years, however, there is plenty of promise and positivity at Ikon Park under a new and fresh regime set by David Teague and led on-field by the brilliant Patrick Cripps.

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around that any club would want to avoid, particularly one as proud as Essendon – not winning a final in more than 5400 days. Now that is a drought in itself, let alone the time spent without winning a premiership.

But the Bombers have the runs on the board. It’s an illustrious past. Two of their first six flags – 1897 and 1924 – came by virtue of a round-robin system before a purple patch of premierships in the the ’40s, clinching four between 1942 and 1950. Two flags in the ’60s preceded a renaissance in the ’80s when winning twice in succession while playing off in the decider on three occasions. Arguably the most memorable of the Dons’ victories on Grand Final day was in 1984 when they exacted revenge on Hawthorn for the heavy defeat the year prior. That preceded their most significant modern-day premiership in 1993 when Kevin Sheedy was at the helm of the ‘Baby Bombers’ who easily beat arch rival Carlton by 44 points. The Bombers have been neck and neck with the Blues in the ‘most premierships’ race since 2000, which of course was the year of their most recent triumph. Oh how they’d love to edge past their old enemy.

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CUPS KINGS: Blues great Stephen Kernahan with Carlton's silverware – equalled only by Essendon.

u In another world, the Magpies

would be leading this chart with consummate ease. They’ve played in 44 Grand Finals, which is simply a remarkable feat, but the footy gods haven’t exactly been on their side. There are 27 defeats in there. It’s enough to break anyone’s heart. The black and white army experienced just that last year when beaten in the cruellest manner. The name D. Sheed is blacklisted from any venue within earshot of both Victoria Park and the Holden Centre. It was the latest in a haunting string of near misses. The Magpies have clinched just two flags since their 1958 triumph. Over the course of the subsequent six decades, there have been two draws and … wait for it. … 12 defeats. It is those failures that were the genesis for the ‘Colliwobbles’ moniker. Are all the premierships really a cakewalk? But you simply cannot deny that this club has been hugely successful over the course of its history. There was a flag basically every three years between 1902 and 1936, including a record four in a row from 1927-30. Winning was ingrained in anybody viewing the world through black and white eyes. It continues to be an expectation. In recent times you throw in the exceptionally satisfying 1990 drought-breaker at the expense of fierce foe Essendon plus a quick recoil in 2010 following a dramatic draw with St Kilda. The ultimate achievement has again eluded them, twice, over the past decade but this club is in a position so healthy that a 16th cup is undeniably within reach.

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u Hawthorn, Victoria. Premiership

town. That’s what it has felt like in recent times. The Hawks have played in five Grand Finals in the past 12 years, winning four flags to push their overall tally to fourth on the all-time list. It’s been a similar dominance to that of the 1980s and early ’90s, when the brown and gold strutted their stuff on the biggest stage on no fewer than eight occasions, resulting in five major trophies.

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u While the Demons sit in the top five

Before that, there was 1961 and the ’70s. Four flags from six Grand Finals. Constantly contending and consistently commanding. What is most fresh in our memories is the three-peat overseen by the ingenuity of Alastair Clarkson, led by the inspirational Luke Hodge and ably supported by Sam Mitchell and others. Hawthorn is certainly no stranger to success. Between their first and their most recent triumphs, the Hawks won 13 in 54 years, meaning they’ve hoisted aloft the premiership cup every four seasons during that time. Some clubs would be happy to salute just once in such a timeframe. The spoiled Hawks supporters didn’t have to worry about September this year, but expect them to be assuming the position for finals tickets swiftly again. And while ‘Clarko’ is at the helm, No. 14 is well and truly in sight.

MODERN MIGHT: Hawthorn fans have delighted in supporting the most successful club of the past half-century; (below) Dustin Martin hoists the cup after the Tigers’ 2017 triumph; (previous page) James Hird celebrates the Bombers’ 2000 flag.

on the premiership ladder, they have not been synonymous with success in more than half a century. Melbourne now owns the unwanted tag of the longest run without a flag. It has ticked over to 55 years. Last year presented a strong chance to right that wrong, but ultimately it ended in tears after a crushing preliminary final defeat. This season started full of hope but quickly dissipated in what became the year from hell. But we must not overlook the glory days of the Demons. Following their first two premierships (1900 and 1926), they hauled in 10 cups in just 26 years from 1939 to 1964. Within those years of complete and utter control, there were seven Grand Finals in a row which resulted in a booty of goods, including the famous back-to-back-to-back (1955-57). When the Dees have progressed through they’ve had a remarkable win rate of over 70 per cent from their 17 deciders. This suggests that the one day in September is not the major challenge, despite heavy losses in their two most recent attempts.

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u It took 37 long and arduous years,

but the Tigers finally broke a troubling drought in 2017 by clinching flag No. 11. Richmond stormed into contention late in the season before forcing its AFL.com.au     AFL RECORD  17

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TROPHY CASES: A Lions fan (left) and a Bulldogs supporter admire the cups of joy on display at the MCG.

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u There were six cups locked away

down at Kardinia Park in 2007 before the blue and white hoops regained their premiership status with a demolition of Port Adelaide. The 119-point result broke all records as the biggest margin in AFL/VFL history. It was some way to end a 44-year drought. It ever so slightly sweetened the sour taste of the four disheartening defeats in seven years (1989, '92, '94 and '95). Experiencing that victory also whet the appetite as Geelong featured in more Grand Finals, winning in 2009, before making it No. 9 in 2011. The foundation had been set eight decades earlier when they opened the account in 1925, which preceded a pair in the 1930s and then added a trio from 1951 until 1963. Since returning to the flag fold 12 years ago, the Cats have been prowling around the pointy end as they seek to reach double figures. And such has been their consistency in contending, it’s not a matter of if they’ll pounce, it’s merely a matter of when.

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u The old Lions did most of their

damage in the days of yore, raking in seven premierships by 1922, while playing in another five Grand Finals in that era. The Brunswick St Oval and nearby Edinburgh Gardens were the places to be in Fitzroy’s first two-and-a-half

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MARK OF THE AGES: Leo Barry saves the day for the Swans in 2005; (below) three-time premiership Cat Steve Johnson with the 2007 cup.

decades of the VFL competition, especially after World War I. Things took somewhat of a turn as the years rolled on and the 1944 flag was the only other time to revel if associated with that much-loved maroon, gold and blue guernsey. Hard times fell on the boys from old Fitzroy, but the heart of the Lions now lives on in Brisbane.

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u “Leo Barry, you star.”

That Stephen Quartermain call will be heard every time the finals roll around and so it should. A moment in time that will never be forgotten. One for the annals. Aside from the fact Sydney clinched a premiership, it also ended a

drawn-out and tedious 72 years without the ultimate prize in footy. The Swans, as South Melbourne, had toiled hard for their first three cups while dropping the opportunity eight times up until 1945. The Sydney era began in the 1980s and the Swans flirted in 1996 before embarking on what was very nearly a dominance. The 2005 victory was the first of five deciders in 11 years which brought about a pair of flags. They traded blows with the Hawks before being on the opposite end of a drought-breaker at the hands of the Dogs almost as significant as their own. Things may have fallen away this year, but the Bloods culture demands that they will be back contending before long.

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u The Kangaroos rose to prominence

in the 1970s and, with a little bit of luck, it may have been a decade of pure delight. Five Grand Finals on the trot between 1974 and 1978 delivered the club’s first two flags before the 1990s became a dominant era for the Shinboners. Who can forget the Wayne Carey and Denis Pagan-led Roos who dismantled Sydney in 1996 before similarly accounting for Carlton in 1999? Since those heady days, success has been rare but it won’t be too far down the track until North Melbourne rises again.

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Seventh after the home and away rounds, written off at every turn, 62 years without success. What we witnessed was a fairytale come true. It brought tears of joy from the old Doggies who had been through the ringer and back. Those 1954 heroes Charlie Sutton and E.J. Whitten would have been looking over it all beaming with pride and joy. Hopefully the ‘Sons of the West’ don’t wait anywhere near as long to deliver the next one.

u It only took a handful of years

before the Eagles were flying high. After experiencing what it was all about in 1991, West Coast got a taste of ultimate success 12 months later. The Cats were there for the taking and, with a Victorian – Mick Malthouse – at the helm, WA had the first shiny premiership cup to leave Victoria. Only two years passed before West Coast returned to the scene of the triumph to assert their authority over Geelong again. After that early flurry, there was an intermission of more than a decade before they were back. A heart-stopping one-point victory over Sydney in 2006 made it three flags for the Eagles. The premiership story continued this time last year. And there’s little doubt that this book will not be closing for a little while yet.

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u 1966. Barry Breen. The mere

mention prompts St Kilda fans to dream. Unfortunately for them, that’s all there has been. The Saints have had chances this century of doubling their haul, only for a famous toe-poke (2009) and a brutal bounce of the ball (2010) to deny them. Only the Demons have gone longer without a premiership. But the devoted will undoubtedly keep the faith because one day it must turn.

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u After the Lions were resurrected

in Queensland, it took just five years to make their mark. Leigh Matthews was the architect, the unmatched midfield the inspiration, the overall quality stunning. The boom began in 2001 when they overhauled Essendon. It continued a year later when edging out the Magpies before the treble was complete in 2003 with a 50-point blitz of the black and white. The bubble burst in 2004 but it was a dynasty that will always be revered. Four Grand Finals in four years is colossal, three flags in a row immense. After a promising 2019 season, it might not be long before the Lions are back mixing it with the big boys.

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u Play began in 1991 and the

Adelaide Crows swiftly got to work. The ‘Messiah’ Malcolm Blight guided the pride of South Australia to glory just seven years after the club's inception. It was an onslaught against St Kilda with Darren Jarman bagging half a dozen goals and Andrew McLeod running riot wherever he went. The job wasn’t finished there. That one day in September was revisited 12 months later and it was eerily similar.

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u Port Adelaide lays claim to being

A dynamic display after half-time was again the order of the day with Jarman cutting loose up forward and McLeod again brandishing the medal we know as ‘Norm’. It was almost two decades before the Crows returned to the scene of their back-to-back jubilation. Adelaide fans will see 2017 as the one that got away after a dominant home and away season ended in disappointment at the hands of Richmond. But with such setbacks come lessons learned and the Crows will doubtless be back on the big stage sooner than later.

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u The Dogs delivered one

of the most memorable Grand Final day triumphs in the game’s history just three years ago.

CHERISHED MOMENTS: Port Adelaide acting captain Warren Tredrea and coach Mark Williams hold the 2004 cup aloft (top); 1966 heroes Kevin ‘Cowboy’ Neale and Barry Breen with the Saints’ only cup; and (below) Bulldogs skipper and spiritual leader Bob Murphy shows his colours in 2016.

the most successful senior football club in Australia with 36 SANFL premierships as the Magpies. Add one in the AFL era as the Power and it is a quality record indeed. In their eighth season in the national competition, the Power struck gold in a fierce and fiery clash with the formidable Brisbane Lions. The men in black, white, silver and teal ended a dynasty that day, etching themselves into the history books. Coach Mark Williams even told club powerbroker Allan Scott very publicly, “You were wrong!”

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u Fremantle, the GWS Giants and

Gold Coast Suns are the active clubs without a flag to their name. The Dockers have come close, making the Grand Final in 2013, but they were no match for Hawthorn, ditto the Giants in 2019. University competed in the VFL between 1908 and 1914 but never progressed to a Grand Final.

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MY WAY ON THE BIG DAY There have been few better performers on the Grand Final stage than former Geelong star Steve Johnson. Now an assistant coach with Sydney, Johnson reflects on the Cats’ triple treat of 2007, 2009 and 2011 and the roles he played. ADAM CURLEY

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ossessing one of the game’s sharpest minds, freakish skills on both sides of his body, and more than his fair share of self-belief, Steve Johnson had all the tools to be a Grand Final star. But while the footy world lauded the three-time premiership forward for his natural ability and talent, what most don’t know about is the number of hours he put in to getting himself in the best possible shape mentally to be able to handle the pressure of the occasion. He didn’t just jump into a phone box, slip on the Geelong hoops, and strut out on to the MCG in the form of a super-Cat in his four Grand Finals; Johnson’s real work was already done by the time game-day arrived. Like a lot of major changes in a person’s life, Johnson’s came after he found himself in a negative situation. Known for his love of a beer, a drunken incident on Christmas Eve in 2006 caused him to be punished by the club’s leadership group and suspended for the first five matches of the following season. He was on his last chance. History will show that not only did Johnson turn his life around, he revived his career. Nine months after his boozy night in his home town of Wangaratta, he stood on the podium on Grand Final day an All-Australian representative, a premiership player and a Norm Smith medallist after Geelong’s 119-point win over Port Adelaide. Johnson told the AFL Record that the things he had learned from the setback paved the way for him to succeed on the biggest stage of them all. “After my suspension, I’d done a lot of self-talk and visualisation about getting back to where I wanted to be, and at times I felt like I was living a lie, but the more you tell yourself that you love those big moments, and the more you prepare for them, the more you believe it,” he said. “A lot of my game preparation became about self-talk,” he said, describing playing the big moments in the game over and over in his mind, convinced that he lived for them and determined to be regarded as a big-occasion player. “So, when you are faced with a massive moment in an actual game, you’re not surprised you’re in that position, you don’t shy

away from it, and you look forward to it. “There’s definitely the thought of wanting to play well on the big stage and that’s a dream you have as a young kid, you picture yourself playing well on the biggest day of the year. “It comes back to what you want to be known as when people talk about you as a player.” Johnson certainly earned that reputation. In 2007 when the Cats thumped Port, Johnson had 23 possessions and kicked four goals, and a year later when Hawthorn thwarted Geelong’s hopes of going back-to-back with a massive upset, he had an equal game-high 34 touches and kicked a goal. He had a quiet day when his team won another flag when it defeated St Kilda in a thriller the following season, but booted four goals in 2011 – on one leg – when the Cats won another classic after outlasting Collingwood. Johnson said the emphasis he placed on improving the mental side of his game made the work he did on the field much easier. Nerves didn’t really play a part, particularly given that he and his teammates had become comfortable with playing in front of large crowds. “For me, especially in that first Grand Final, I knew that my preparation was really good,

I always wanted to be known as someone who played well on the big occasions STEVE JOHNSON

LIVING THE DREAM:

(above from left) Steve Johnson raises the premiership cup for the first time in 2007, when he won the Norm Smith Medal; celebrates with teammate Paul Chapman during the 2009 triumph over St Kilda; and shares the joy with fans after his third premiership in 2011.

so I was confident that the hard work I’d done would allow me to play well,” he said. “I never had a fear of losing, I had a lot of faith in our preparation as a team, so I was confident every player would play their role.” He described an inner confidence at Geelong that someone would always step up. If, say, Gary Ablett or Paul Chapman was having a quiet day, then Matthew Scarlett or Corey Enright would step up. The following week, it might be the other way round. “Not everyone needs to play the best game of their footy lives because there’s no chance of that happening, but our ethos as a playing group was, ‘if you’re not having a good day, you can’t have a bad day’,” Johnson said. Supporters who have been to an AFL Grand Final would know that the atmosphere leading into, and at the game, is far different to any other match throughout the home and away season. But while some players might shy away from the extra fanfare, others take a different approach. “There’s a huge build-up, it’s a massive occasion and the pinnacle of your sport,” Johnson said. “To run out on to the MCG on Grand Final day is like running on clouds. “It’s a little bit like your first game, you can’t believe you’re out there, it’s pretty special. “In 2007 (Geelong coach Mark) ‘Bomber’ Thompson said to me ‘embrace the hype, don’t shy away from it, because it’s a great time to be playing footy and you’ll remember these days for

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“That was a feeling of relief because the club hadn’t won a premiership in 44 years, so there were a lot of expectations going in when you’re the clear favourite. “Our leaders like Tom Harley and Cameron Ling were still really intense at half-time about being ruthless and doing everything right. I was confident we were going to win it.”

2009 the rest of your life’, and I always remembered that.” Johnson’s mental strength got its biggest test in 2011 after the star forward’s left knee buckled against West Coast in the preliminary final, and he was stretchered from the ground in tears. The match-winner was given virtually no chance of proving his fitness to face the Magpies the following week and initially thought he had suffered a serious injury. “When I was getting carried off, there were moments when I thought I’m done, because I’ve never been in such excruciating pain,” Johnson said. “When I went down, I looked at my knee and it was off to the side. “I thought to myself ‘it shouldn’t be like that’, so I straightened it myself and it popped back in. “There was a dent in the bone where the kneecap had dislocated and the connective tissue around it was torn to shreds.” But once the doctors confirmed the ACL was intact, he knew he was a chance to play as long as he could manage the swelling. “I’m pretty optimistic when it comes to overcoming challenges, so my self-talk kicked in again, and I began telling myself ‘I’ll be right to go, I’ll find a way’,” he said. “From there it was all about ticking every box. “I was struggling to walk to the doctor’s rooms on the Friday before the game when I had to do a fitness test and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to do it. “But he gave me four jabs in the knee and pretty much straight away I was able to run down the

hallway and I was thinking ‘I’m going to play!’ “The doctors were yelling at me to take it easy.” He passed the fitness test and then, as so many injured players have done in the lead-up to Grand Finals in the past, he headed to the hyperbaric chamber. “I didn’t know I was definitely going to play until 45 minutes before the bounce, which I think helped me because it took my mind off the game,” he said. And indeed, he felt good until halfway through the third tern, when the painkillers started to subside. “I think (Collingwood captain) Nick Maxwell tried to take my knee out at one stage, which was fair enough. I would have done the same,” Johnson said. “But I went off and got some more jabs and was lucky enough to come out and have a good last quarter. Johnson not only had a significant impact on the game but kicked a brilliant goal in that last quarter as the Cats reeled off five unanswered majors to claim a famous victory. Geelong’s successful era from 2007-11 not only enabled the players to enjoy the spoils of victory in the immediate aftermath of those Grand Finals, but Johnson said, more importantly, the players created a lasting legacy that can never be erased, and one they can enjoy year after year.

If he’s not involved in the game, Johnson said sitting at the MCG and enjoying a beer with his former teammates and reliving past glories is the next best thing. The bond between them cannot be broken. “The amount of respect you have for your teammates is huge because without them you’re not able to do what you do, and it’s not lost on me how important they were for me,” he said. “You can sit there and look them in the eye and just know that you’ve accomplished some pretty special things together. “It’s a bloody great time to reflect, knowing you were able to be successful because of what you were able to do for each other as teammates.” However, Johnson is still haunted by the Cats’ shock loss to Hawthorn in 2008. “If I’d played in one Grand Final and lost, and had a bad day, I think it would burn in my guts, like it did for me after we lost to Hawthorn,” he said. But he’s thankful he has three winning Grand Finals to reflect on fo the rest of his life. “I can’t remember wanting to do anything other than that since I was five years old,” Johnson said. “To be able to perform on the day and come away from my career with three premierships, I’m pretty content.” @AdamCurleyMedia

“The game was so close all day and, late in that last quarter, as a player you know that every contest matters at that point in the game. Some players will want the footy in their hands, others may not. “The best players are the ones that want the ball at important stages of the game. “We were fortunate that we had some pretty handy players get hold of the footy late in the game and we were able to break them late in that last quarter.”

2011 “It was probably my favourite memory because it was a really tense battle between two great teams. “There were lead changes right throughout the game and it wasn’t until halfway through that last quarter that we finally kicked clear and knew we were going to win. “You get to the moment when you really understand what we’d done, when you see players kick goals late, and that really raw emotion comes out, and you just know the game was won.”

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PRESSURE PLAYER

JOSH KELLY GWS GIANTS v GEELONG

Giants Stadium, March 21 u Greater Western Sydney was

mightily impressive in its opening round triumph over Geelong as the Giants commenced its journey to redemption. Last season’s runners-up started the process of putting their 2019 Grand Final defeat in the past with a superb showing at Giants Stadium, comfortably beating the Cats by 32 points. Usually a prolific ball-winner, gun midfielder Josh Kelly picked up 18 disposals for the Giants, slightly below his best, but his pressure game was at a completely different level in the first game of the since-postponed season. According to Champion Data’s numbers, Kelly led both his team and the AFL with 75.3 pressure points which was made possible by a League-high 30 pressure acts plus seven tackles. It was a quality performance in trying times in the middle of a strange round one. Another player high on the pressure charts last weekend was Adelaide captain Rory Sloane. In his 200th game, he amassed 64.2 pressure points through 24 pressure acts and seven tackles in the Crows’ narrow loss to Sydney.

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PRESSURE POINTS PRESSURE ACTS

75.3 30

TACKLES 7 TIME ON GROUND

93 mins

TACKLE EFFICIENCY 53.8%

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GAMES 248 GOALS 214*

Raining Cats and Dogs goals

u Matera celebrated his

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sun-drenched Melbourne autumn day provided the perfect backdrop for a record goalspree. When the Western Bulldogs hosted Geelong at the venue then known as Princes Park in Carlton, both teams entertained the crowd with exciting, attractive football. In the end there were 17 lead changes and the sides set an AFL/VFL record for the most goalkickers in a match of 25 (Cats 15, Bulldogs 10), with the visitors prevailing by 21 points. The Dogs started brilliantly and could have set up a match-winning lead in the opening term but for their profligacy in front of goal. Playing mainly in the midfield, Bulldog Nathan Brown booted four goals in the first half and added another two in the third quarter before Cats coach Gary Ayres moved his opponent Brad Sholl into attack. Experienced defender Michael Mansfield replaced Sholl and had the better of Brown for the remainder of the game. Sholl sealed the contest with a 50m goal on the run, with eight minutes to play. Cat Tim McGrath had an enthralling battle with Chris Grant, struggling to contain

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u SCOREBOARD Geelong 5.0 11.7 16.8 24.11 (155) Western Bulldogs 4.8 11.8 15.11 20.14 (134) BEST: Geelong – Milburn, J. Mooney, Kilpatrick, McGrath, Barnes, Riccardi, Sanderson. Western Bulldogs – Brown, Grant, Johnson, Smith, S. West, Dimattina. GOALS: Geelong – J. Mooney 4, Burns 3, King 2, Stoneham 2, Lowther 2, Mensch 2, Barnes, Sholl, Kilpatrick, Riccardi, Bamford, Pickering, Arnott, Milburn, Lynch. Western Bulldogs – Brown 7, Winmar 3, Johnson 3, Grant, S. West, Hudson, Montgomery, Curley, Martin, Dimattina. Umpires: A. Coates, M. McKenzie, D. Morris. Crowd: 22,162 at Princes Park.

the star Bulldogs forward early before being switched into a more attacking role off half-back. Darren Milburn was outstanding for the second consecutive game to earn the three Brownlow Medal votes, winning the most contested possessions of any Cat and finishing with a team-high 29 disposals. Bulldogs coach Terry Wallace said the Cats’ better conversion

in front of goal and their ability to score from centre clearances were crucial factors in the result. “I thought it was a fairly even contest for most of the match,” Wallace said. “Their cleanness out of centre bounces in comparison to ours, I thought, was the difference. “They scored five or six goals purely from clean centre-bounce hit-outs.”

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100th AFL game in grand style 25 years ago, putting together a superb final quarter to help West Coast pip Collingwood at the MCG. The speedy winger finished with 22 disposals and a goal. Recruited from WAFL club South Fremantle, Matera played a big part in the Eagles’ success in the 1990s, winning the Norm Smith Medal in a scintillating display in the club’s first premiership in 1992. Runner-up twice in the Brownlow Medal (1994, 1997), he won West Coast’s best and fairest award in 1997 and was third in 1991. The five-time All-Australian was named in the Indigenous Team of the Century in 2005. Inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in 2006, Matera is also a member of Western Australia’s Hall of Fame.

Other famous number 30s GMS GLS Francis Bourke (Rich)

300

71

Matthew Scarlett (Geel) 283

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Mark Bayes (Syd)

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174

Jarrad Waite (Carl, NM)

244

377

Peter Moore (Coll, Melb) 233

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ANSWER MAN GUEST

The Gold Coast Suns were due to play their 200th game in round two. How does their record compare with other clubs’ first 200 matches, and which club has been the most successful?

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LEONARD BOLAND, NORTHCOTE MG: Gold Coast has won 47 of its 199 matches, with one draw. Its record is better than that of St Kilda (40 wins, one draw), Hawthorn (35 wins, one draw) and North Melbourne (31 wins, two draws) in their first 200 matches. Collingwood has the best success rate in its first 200 games with 136 wins, followed by Fitzroy (132 wins, three draws) and West Coast (125 wins, two draws). In terms of premierships, Fitzroy was the most successful with four – 1898, 1899, 1904, 1905 – while Collingwood, Essendon, Carlton, West Coast and Adelaide all won two. In 1925, three new clubs joined the VFL – Hawthorn, North Melbourne and Footscray. None played finals in their first 200 games, all reaching (and losing) their milestone match in round three, 1936.

FIRST 200 GAMES WINS

LOSSES

DRAWS

PREMS

Collingwood Fitzroy West Coast Essendon Port Adelaide Geelong

136 132 125 119 117 100

64 65 73 80 79 99

0 3 2 1 4 1

2 4 2 2 1 0

Adelaide Carlton South Melbourne/Sydney Melbourne Footscray/W.Bulldogs Richmond Fremantle Brisbane Gold Coast St Kilda Hawthorn North Melbourne

99 96 93 78 73 71 71 57 47 40 35 31

100 102 105 120 124 127 129 142 151 159 164 167

1 2 2 2 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 2

2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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u The surname of TOUGH ROAD: Stars such as David Swallow and Alex Sexton (inset) will be hoping to turn the Suns’ fortunes around.

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Richmond’s small defender/cult hero Sydney Stack can be traced back to Viking times, although it eventually became a popular Anglo-Irish name. In one version, Stack is an occupational name, applied to someone who built haystacks. In another version, more pleasing to Tiger fans, Stack began as a nickname describing someone large and well built. Today Stack’s 179cm is not “large”, but recipients of his bumping will attest to “well built”. In either version, Stack derives from the Old Norse word stakkr, a haystack. The only other Stack to play at the top level was the Western Bulldogs’ Brennan Stack, who made the 2009 Indigenous All-Stars team.

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t was welcome to the big time in more ways than one for Fremantle debutant Sam Sturt in last week’s opening round. The Dockers’ first pick in the 2018 NAB AFL Draft (No. 17 overall) will remember his first AFL game for a myriad of reasons. Top of the list was the fact no one was there to witness it, although as was the case with all first-gamers last weekend, a small family group were allowed in. The Sturt clan was perched in a corporate box at Marvel Stadium as Fremantle took on Essendon – they had made the trip up from Mt Eliza on the Mornington Peninsula in Melbourne’s southern bayside region. After Sturt had a couple of early touches and kicked a goal in the second

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I played 219 games for my club. I kicked 441 goals. I missed 2012 after a knee reconstruction. For most of my career I wore No. 2. I kicked 12 goals in a match at Etihad Stadium. I retired at the end of the 2018 season. I am …

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Who are the two players besides Gordon Coventry to play 300-plus games for Collingwood?

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David Parkin coached two current coaches when they were players. Name them.

Which one of these current Saints has kicked most AFL goals? A Tim Membrey B Dan Hannebery C Bradley Hill D Paddy Ryder

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True or false? Richmond has appeared in more Grand Finals than Melbourne.

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As regards their premiership year in brackets, what connects the following coaches? John Kennedy snr (1976), Alex Jesaulenko (1979), Alan Joyce (1988)

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Richmond rookie: “What a Tiger! Crazy!” (10) Hawk emerges from destruction of forest without energy (5) Saint’s sick after end of match (4) Demon causes injury, we hear (6) Adelaide player comes to strange end at Fremantle (7)

ANSWERS: One point – 1. A (Smith – 10); 2. Port Adelaide; 3. A (Hall); 4. Gold Coast Suns, Greater Western Sydney; 5. D (Harbrow).

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Two points – 6. B (Stevic); 7. Tony Shaw, Scott Pendlebury; 8. B (Tiger’s Roar); 9. A (1989); 10. Ken Hinkley, Brett Ratten.

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Which current umpire has been named All-Australian six times? A Shaun Ryan B Matt Stevic C Brett Rosebury D Mathew Nicholls

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Which is the most popular surname on 2020 AFL lists? A Smith B Johnson C Brown D Jones

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LEAGUE LEADERS DISPOSALS

KICKS

Disposing of the ball via a handball or kick.

HANDBALLS

Disposing of the ball by foot.

PLAYER

MTS AVE EFF %

1 D.Shiel (Ess)

1 35.0 77.1

2 J.Viney (Melb)

1 34.0 70.6

3 P.Cripps (Carl)

PLAYER

STATS PROVIDED BY

Disposing of the ball by hand.

MTS AVE EFF %

PLAYER

1 E.Langdon (Melb)

1 23.0 65.2

2 D.Shiel (Ess)

1 21.0 66.7

1 31.0 64.5

3 J.Polec (NM)

4 E.Langdon (Melb)

1 31.0 71.0

5 L.Parker (Syd)

1 30.0 73.3

MARKS

Catching a kicked ball that has travelled 15m.

MTS AVE EFF %

PLAYER

MTS AVE

1 J.Viney (Melb)

1 20.0 75.0

1 M.Hurley (Ess)

1 11.0

2 P.Cripps (Carl)

1 16.0 75.0

2 J.Howe (Coll)

1 9.0

1 18.0 50.0

3 C.Mayne (Coll)

1 16.0 87.5

3 S.Sidebottom (Coll)

1 9.0

4 L.Shuey (WCE)

1 18.0 33.3

4 N.Fyfe (Frem)

1 16.0 75.0

4 M.Redman (Ess)

1 9.0

5 S.Docherty (Carl)

1 17.0 58.8

5 S.Sidebottom (Coll)

1 15.0 86.7

5 J.Ridley (Ess)

1 9.0 1 9.0

6 A.Gaff (WCE)

1 30.0 86.7

6 N.Haynes (GWS)

1 17.0 58.8

6 M.Murphy (Carl)

1 14.0 71.4

6 N.Haynes (GWS)

7 C.Mayne (Coll)

1 29.0 93.1

7 S.Hurn (WCE)

1 17.0 94.1

7 D.Shiel (Ess)

1 14.0 92.9

7 M.Hibberd (Melb)

1 9.0

8 A.Saad (Ess)

1 28.0 82.1

8 D.Rich (BL)

1 16.0 81.3

8 T.Mitchell (Haw)

1 14.0 92.9

8 T.Barrass (WCE)

1 9.0

9 L.Shuey (WCE)

1 27.0 48.1

9 T.Adams (Coll)

1 16.0 50.0

9 D.Prestia (Rich)

1 14.0 78.6

9 S.Hurn (WCE)

1 9.0

10 L.Neale (BL)

1 26.0 76.9

10 J.Howe (Coll)

1 16.0 81.3

10 J.Steele (StK)

1 14.0 78.6

10 A.Keath (WB)

1 9.0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

Scoring chains where the player had a disposal, hit-out to advantage, kick-in or knock-on.

PLAYER

AFL PLAYER RATINGS

As seen on AFL.com.au. The most advanced metric of player performance available using data from 2020.

MTS AVE

PLAYER

1 R.Gray (PA)

1 11.0

1 T.Lynch (Adel)

1 23.1

2 J.Martin (Carl)

1 10.0

2 L.Neale (BL)

1 22.1

3 L.Breust (Haw)

1 10.0

3 R.Sloane (Adel)

1 21.4

4 P.Cripps (Carl)

1 9.0

4 C.Wingard (Haw)

5 B.Grundy (Coll)

1 9.0

5 P.Cripps (Carl)

6 B.Ebert (PA)

1 9.0

7 D.Rioli (Rich)

1 9.0

8 L.Ryan (WCE)

CENTRE CLEARANCES

STOPPAGE CLEARANCES

A hit-out that reaches an intended teammate.

The first kick or effective handball in a chain that clears the centre bounce area.

The first kick or effective handball in a chain that clears the ball-up or throw-in area.

MTS AVE

PLAYER

1 T.Goldstein (NM)

1 15.0

2 S.Jacobs (GWS)

1 13.0

3 B.Grundy (Coll)

1 12.0

1 21.1

4 T.Bellchambers (Ess)

1 21.1

5 S.Lycett (PA)

6 J.Kennedy (Syd)

1 20.4

7 L.Breust (Haw)

1 20.2

1 9.0

8 D.Shiel (Ess)

9 E.Hipwood (BL)

1 8.0

10 J.Lyons (BL)

1 8.0

METRES GAINED

Distance gained with the ball by running, kicking or handballing, combining measures towards and away from goal.

PLAYER

MTS AVE

HIT-OUTS TO ADVANTAGE

MTS AVE

PLAYER

MTS AVE

1 P.Cripps (Carl)

1 8.0

1 L.Parker (Syd)

1 7.0

2 T.Adams (Coll)

1 6.0

2 R.Sloane (Adel)

1 6.0

3 D.Shiel (Ess)

1 6.0

3 T.Adams (Coll)

1 6.0

1 11.0

4 L.Neale (BL)

1 5.0

4 T.Mitchell (Haw)

1 6.0

1 11.0

5 P.Dangerfield (Geel)

1 5.0

5 T.Goldstein (NM)

1 6.0

6 D.Fort (Geel)

1 10.0

6 L.Parker (Syd)

1 5.0

6 Z.Jones (StK)

1 6.0

7 J.Ceglar (Haw)

1 10.0

7 N.Naitanui (WCE)

1 5.0

7 J.Kennedy (Syd)

1 6.0

1 20.0

8 S.Naismith (Syd)

1 10.0

8 J.Selwood (Geel)

1 4.0

8 S.Jacobs (GWS)

1 5.0

9 J.Viney (Melb)

1 19.9

9 R.O’Brien (Adel)

1 8.0

9 S.Coniglio (GWS)

1 4.0

9 J.Viney (Melb)

1 5.0

10 H.Perryman (GWS)

1 19.8

10 J.Witts (GCS)

1 7.0

10 M.de Boer (GWS)

1 4.0

10 S.Martin (BL)

1 4.0

CONTESTED MARKS A mark under physical pressure of an opponent or in a pack.

MTS AVE

PLAYER

MTS AVE

1 E.Langdon (Melb)

1 798

1 R.Lobb (Frem)

1 4.0

2 M.Hibberd (Melb)

1 676

2 D.McStay (BL)

1 3.0

3 S.Docherty (Carl)

1 584

3 J.Howe (Coll)

4 D.Prestia (Rich)

1 547

PLAYER

INSIDE 50s

Moving the ball from the midfield into the forward zone. Excludes multiple entries within the same chain of possession.

PLAYER

PRESSURE POINTS

Weighted sum of pressure acts – 3.75 for physical pressure, 2.25 for closing, 1.5 for chasing and 1.2 for corralling.

MTS AVE

PLAYER

MTS AVE

1 M.Hibberd (Melb)

1 9.0

1 J.Kelly (GWS)

2 D.Prestia (Rich)

1 9.0

2 L.Dunstan (StK)

1 3.0

3 E.Langdon (Melb)

1 8.0

4 J.Townsend (Ess)

1 3.0

4 J.Polec (NM)

1 3.0

TACKLES

Using physical contact to prevent an opponent in possession of the ball from getting an effective disposal.

PLAYER

MTS AVE

1 75.3

1 L.Neale (BL)

1 10.0

1 69.2

2 L.Dunstan (StK)

1 9.0

3 L.Neale (BL)

1 68.6

3 A.McGrath (Ess)

1 8.0

1 8.0

4 R.Sloane (Adel)

1 64.2

4 D.Butler (StK)

1 8.0

5 C.Wingard (Haw)

1 538

5 M.Taberner (Frem)

5 C.Rozee (PA)

1 8.0

5 T.Thomas (NM)

1 60.8

5 R.Sloane (Adel)

1 7.0

6 J.Polec (NM)

1 520

6 S.Collins (GCS)

1 3.0

6 P.Cripps (Carl)

1 7.0

6 D.Prestia (Rich)

1 60.8

6 J.Kelly (GWS)

1 7.0

7 O.Florent (Syd)

1 514

7 J.Riewoldt (Rich)

1 3.0

7 L.Shiels (Haw)

1 7.0

7 L.Shiels (Haw)

1 60.6

7 B.Cunnington (NM)

1 7.0

8 J.Short (Rich)

1 512

8 R.Marshall (StK)

1 3.0

8 T.Rockliff (PA)

1 7.0

8 D.Houston (PA)

1 60.5

8 T.Thomas (NM)

1 7.0

9 G.Ablett (Geel)

1 506

9 A.Keath (WB)

1 3.0

9 B.Crouch (Adel)

1 6.0

9 B.Smith (WB)

1 60.2

9 H.Crozier (WB)

1 7.0

10 D.Byrne-Jones (PA)

1 504

10 J.Kelly (Adel)

1 2.0

10 Z.Bailey (BL)

1 6.0

10 B.Cunnington (NM)

1 59.3

10 B.Smith (WB)

1 7.0

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CATS CLAW THEIR WAY BACK Former star Hawk Shane Crawford and local business APCO help revive the Ardmona Cats.

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ootball is doing it hard all over the country but Ardmona Football Netball Club in the Kyabram and District Football League has had a really tough row to hoe. Despite facing an uncertain start to the 2020 season – like every club in the land – Ardmona has a special reason to celebrate this year. It will the Cats’ 100th year and there has been a spring in the step of locals in the Goulburn Valley town in central Victoria. The main reason for that optimism is that Ardmona has attracted the services of one of the AFL’s most decorated players as non-playing coach. Former Hawthorn champion Shane Crawford has accepted the challenge of coaching the Cats in 2020 – and what a challenge it is! Ardmona has not won a game in the past five seasons. The low point came in 2019 when the Cats lost one game by 401 points and had four other losses of 150 points or more. Not even another former Hawk star in Robert DiPierdmenico could help turn the club’s fortunes

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WINNING CULTURE: Shane Crawford and APCO director Robert Anderson are taking up the fight to get Ardmona back on track.

around after he coached Ardmona for one game last year. But since the end of 2019, the club has put a strong foot forward with a suite of business plans, policies, marketing plans and goals for the future. There were some hiccups along the way, however. After multiple meetings and votes, Ardmona was suspended from the league on November 14 last year. The club immediately appealed the suspension decision and was reinstated on December 17. Having been given that lifeline, the Cats continued to claw their way back on and off the field. They teamed with APCO, a retail chain specialising in petrol and convenience stores in Geelong and regional Victoria. APCO director Robert Anderson said the independent fuel chain was delighted to be supporting Ardmona Football Club in 2020. “Sporting clubs are an integral part of a local community and Ardmona needed financial assistance which is well documented,” he said.

The club was a good fit for our business APCO’S ROBERT ANDERSON

“We are active in the region with a Shepparton APCO site as well as a liquor retail business – Chas Cole Cellars – so helping the club was a good fit for our business. “APCO is a part of the local community with a regional focus and know the great job that local sporting clubs do. “It’s great to be supporting the club and helping our brand ambassador Shane Crawford to get the Ardmona Cats back to being competitive again.”

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TO THE RESCUE: It’s game on for the Ardmona Cats in 2020. The club has enlisted the services of Shane Crawford (seen below in his playing days with Hawthorn) as coach. And as these images show, the former Hawk star has been out in the local community connecting with officials, fans, players and supporters.

It is looking to be a great year for Ardmona and also the club’s 100th year CLUB TREASURER TEISHA McCOY

Club treasurer Teisha McCoy said attracting Crawford, the 1999 Brownlow medallist and 305-game premiership star, was a game-changer. “Shane has mentioned before he has been watching Ardmona for a few years now and coming to games when he could, sitting in his car and just watching from afar,” McCoy said. “The club was going through a rough time financially. The day Shane phoned the club president to speak about coaching was the day after the club had been dealt the devastating news that we were suspended from the Kyabram District Football Netball League.

“The club executives were already preparing an appeal submission and Shane immediately wanted to help. I still have the image of us sitting at a round table in one of the first meetings to discuss how Shane could assist with the club if we were successful in our appeal. “Together we fronted an appeal panel, pleaded our case and overturned the suspension. There was no time to celebrate as we were straight into planning for the season. It is looking to be a great year for Ardmona and also the club’s 100th year. “Hopefully this virus doesn’t hold us down for too long, we’re roaring to go!” AFL.com.au     AFL RECORD  34

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AFL – ROUND 1 Richmond 7.2 11.3 14.5 16.9 (105) Carlton 2.1 3.5 8.7 12.9 (81) BEST: Richmond – Prestia, Martin, Riewoldt, Cotchin, Edwards, Lambert. Carlton – Martin, Cripps, Weitering, Docherty, Murphy. GOALS: Richmond – Riewoldt 3, Castagna 3, Bolton 3, Rioli 3, Edwards, Martin, Prestia, Lambert. Carlton – Martin 4, Cuningham 2, Casboult 2, J. Silvagni 2, McGovern, Newnes. Umpires: Meredith, O’Gorman, Williamson. Venue: At the MCG.

GWS Giants 5.0 9.1 13.3 17.3 (105) Geelong Cats 4.2 6.6 8.7 11.7 (73) BEST: GWS Giants – Perryman, Greene, Hopper, Haynes, de Boer, Whitfield. Geelong Cats – Duncan, Stewart, Ablett, Selwood, Tuohy, Blicavs. GOALS: GWS Giants – Perryman 4, Greene 4, Cameron 3, Coniglio 2, Lloyd 2, Langdon, Finlayson. Geelong Cats – Duncan 3, Hawkins 2, Ablett, Miers, Dangerfield, Dahlhaus, O’Connor, Rohan. Umpires: Mollison, Foot, Power. Venue: At Giants Stadium.

Hawthorn 3.1 6.2 10.2 14.6 (90) Brisbane Lions 3.3 4.5 7.7 9.8 (62) BEST: Hawthorn – Wingard, Mitchell, Burgoyne, O’Meara, Sicily, Stratton. Brisbane Lions – Neale, Andrews, Hipwood, Robinson, Rich. GOALS: Hawthorn – Burgoyne 3, Breust 3, Wingard 3, Smith, Hanrahan, O’Brien, Patton, Scully. Brisbane Lions – Hipwood 3, McStay 2, Cameron 2, Neale, Rayner. Umpires: Rosebury, Deboy, Wallace. Venue: At the MCG.

Collingwood 5.2 8.6 10.7 13.8 (86) Western Bulldogs 1.0 4.0 5.2 5.4 (34) BEST: Collingwood – Grundy, Mihocek, Adams, Mayne, Pendlebury, Howe. Western Bulldogs – Macrae, B. Smith, Keath, Suckling, Hunter. GOALS: Collingwood – Mihocek 3, Cox 2, Daicos 2, Elliott, Hoskin-Elliott, Grundy, C. Brown, De Goey, Adams. Western Bulldogs – Wallis, Williams, Cavarra, Suckling, Bruce. Umpires: Donlon, Hosking, Whetton. Venue: At Marvel Stadium.

North Melbourne 1.1 2.2 6.7 8.8 (56) St Kilda 3.3 6.7 6.11 7.12 (54) BEST: North Melbourne – Cunnington, Polec, Simpkin, Macmillan, Higgins, Dumont. St Kilda – Billings, Hannebery, Steele, Jones, Ross, Clark. GOALS: North Melbourne – Brown, Larkey, Goldstein, Simpkin, Hall, Taylor, Cunnington. St Kilda – King 2, Billings 2, Steele, Membrey, Ryder. Umpires: Chamberlain, Stephens, Brown. Venue: At Marvel Stadium.

West Coast Eagles 5.1 7.3 11.6 12.6 (78) Melbourne 0.4 3.6 5.9 7.9 (51) BEST: West Coast Eagles – Naitanui, Gaff, Sheed, Ah Chee, Shuey, Ryan, Hurn. Melbourne – Viney, May, Pickett, O. McDonald, Petracca, Langdon. GOALS: West Coast Eagles – Ryan 3, Ah Chee 2, Sheed 2, Gaff, Kelly, Jetta, Darling, Petruccelle. Melbourne – Pickett 2, T. McDonald 2, Viney, Neal-Bullen, Melksham. Umpires: Dalgleish, Findlay, Dore. Venue: At Optus Stadium.

Essendon 5.2 7.5 8.8 9.9 (63) Fremantle 2.1 3.3 4.6 8.9 (57) BEST: Essendon – Shiel, Townsend, Saad, Merrett, McGrath, Langford. Fremantle – Fyfe, Walters, Lobb, Tucker, Sturt. GOALS: Essendon – Townsend 3, Stringer 2, Snelling, Fantasia, Laverde, Smith. Fremantle – Sturt 3, Lobb 2, Walters, Colyer, Taberner. Umpires: Stevic, Fisher, Gavine. Venue: At Marvel Stadium.

CLOSE CALL: North Melbourne and St Kilda fought out the closest game of the opening round with the Roos getting up by two points.

Sydney Swans 3.0 8.3 11.4 11.8 (74) Adelaide Crows 6.0 7.1 9.2 11.5 (71) BEST: Sydney Swans –Heeney, Parker, Kennedy, Florent, Papley, Rampe. Adelaide Crows – Milera, Laird, Lynch, Sloane. GOALS: Sydney Swans – Heeney 4, Hayward 2, Kennedy, Blakey, Gray, Papley, McCartin. Adelaide Crows – Walker 2, Lynch 2, Fogarty, Stengle, Atkins, Sloane, Murphy, Davis, Jones. Umpires: Fleer, Harris, Haussen. Venue: At Adelaide Oval. Port Adelaide 4.2 9.6 9.9 10.16 (76) Gold Coast Suns 1.1 3.2 4.5 4.5 (29) BEST: Port Adelaide – Boak, Rockliff, Gray, Rozee, Byrne-Jones, Amon. Gold Coast Suns – Collins, Ainsworth, Miller, Greenwood, B. Ellis. GOALS: Port Adelaide – Marshall 2, Georgiades 2, Motlop 2, Rozee, Ebert, Butters, Hartlett. Gold Coast Suns – King, Lemmens, Swallow, Ainsworth. Umpires: Ryan, Gianfagna, Glouftsis. Venue: At Metricon Stadium.

AFLW – SEMI-FINALS North Melbourne 1.1 2.3 4.4 5.4 (34) Collingwood 1.0 4.1 4.1 5.2 (32) BEST: North Melbourne – Kearney, Riddell, Garner, Gavalas, Grierson, Ashmore. Collingwood – Bonnici, Lambert, Chiocci, Molloy, Davey, Layton. GOALS: North Melbourne – Bateman, Ashmore, Wright, Gavalas, Abbatangelo. Collingwood – Membrey 2, Cann, Molloy, D’Arcy. Venue: At Ikon Park.

Fremantle 2.3 5.5 8.6 12.8 (80) Gold Coast Suns 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 (10) BEST: Fremantle – Bowers, E. Antonio, K. Antonio, O’Sullivan, Miller, Roux, Duffy. Gold Coast Suns – Yorsten, Pregelj, Surman, Ahrens, Stanton. GOALS: Fremantle – Duffy 3, Flood 2, O’Sullivan 2, Houghton 2, Roux, E. Antonio, Sharp. Gold Coast Suns – Parker. Venue: At Fremantle Oval.

Melbourne 0.1 1.5 1.5 4.5 (29) GWS Giants 0.2 1.4 3.7 3.8 (26) BEST: Melbourne – Paxman, Birch, D. Pearce, Mithen, L. Pearce, Zanka. GWS Giants – Parker, Bennetts, Beeson, Zreika, Hetherington, Tully. GOALS: Melbourne – Mithen 2, Scott, Perkins. GWS Giants – Schmidt, Staunton, Dal Pos. Venue: At Giants Stadium.

Carlton 1.0 2.2 4.6 6.8 (44) Brisbane Lions 1.2 1.2 2.3 2.3 (15) BEST: Carlton – Harrington, Prespakis, Gee, Vescio, Dalton, J. Hosking. Brisbane Lions – Anderson, Lutkins, Bates, Svarc, Wuetschner, Conway. GOALS: Carlton – Gee 3, Harris, Vescio, McEvoy. Brisbane Lions – Wuetschner, Wardlaw. Venue: At Ikon Park.

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OFFICIAL 2020 TOYOTA AFL

PREMIERSHIP SEASON LADDER AFTER ROUND 1, 2020 P

W

L

D

Gls

For Beh

Pts

Gls

Against Beh Pts

Mtch Home Away Form Scores pts W L D W L D W/L High Low

%

Av margin W < 7 L < 7 Pls Rnd 1 1st Yr Qtrs 4th W L pts pts used 2019 Players Won Qtrs W

1 Port Adelaide

1

1

0

0

10

16

76

4

5

29

262.07

4

- - -

1 0 0

1W

76

76

47

-

0

0

22

6

1

4

1

2 Collingwood

1

1

0

0

13

8

86

5

4

34

252.94

4

- - -

1 0 0

1W

86

86

52

-

0

0

22

11

1

4

0

3 West Coast Eagles

1

1

0

0

12

6

78

7

9

51

152.94

4

1 0 0 - - -

1

- -

1W

78

78

27

-

0

0

22

16

0

2

-

1 0

4 Hawthorn

1

1

0

0

14

6

90

9

8

62

145.16

4

1 0 0

1W

90

90

28

-

0

0

22

4

1

3

5 GWS Giants

1

1

0

0

17

3

105

11

7

73

143.84

4

1 0 0 - - -

1W

105

105

32

-

0

0

22

1

0

4

6 Richmond

1

1

0

0

16

9

105

12

9

81

129.63

4

1 0 0 - - -

1W

105

105

24

-

0

0

22

5

1

2

1

7 Essendon

1

1

0

0

9

9

63

8

9

57

110.53

4

1 0 0 - - -

1W

63

63

6

-

1

0

22

18

0

2

0

8 Sydney Swans

1

1

0

0

11

8

74

11

5

71

104.23

4

- - -

1 0 0

9 North Melbourne

1

1

0

0

8

8

56

7

12

54

103.70

4

1 0 0 - -

1W

74

74

3

-

1

0

22

12

3

2

0

-

1W

56

56

2

-

1

0

22

17

1

2

1

0 1 0

1L

54

54

-

2

0

1

22

9

0

2

1

-

1L

71

71

-

3

0

1

22

15

2

2

1

-

0 1 0

1L

57

57

-

6

0

1

22

2

0

1

1

-

0 1 0

1L

81

81

-

24

0

0

22

14

1

2

1

10 St Kilda

1

0

1

0

7

12

54

8

8

56

96.43

0

- -

11 Adelaide Crows

1

0

1

0

11

5

71

11

8

74

95.95

0

0 1 0 - -

12 Fremantle

1

0

1

0

8

9

57

9

9

63

90.48

0

- -

13 Carlton

1

0

1

0

12

9

81

16

9

105

77.14

0

- -

-

14 Geelong Cats

1

0

1

0

11

7

73

17

3

105

69.52

0

- -

-

0 1 0

1L

73

73

-

32

0

0

22

8

0

0

0

15 Brisbane Lions

1

0

1

0

9

8

62

14

6

90

68.89

0

- -

-

0 1 0

1L

62

62

-

28

0

0

22

3

1

1

0

16 Melbourne

1

0

1

0

7

9

51

12

6

78

65.38

0

- -

-

0 1 0

1L

51

51

-

27

0

0

22

13

0

2

0

17 Western Bulldogs

1

0

1

0

5

4

34

13

8

86

39.53

0

0 1 0 - -

-

1L

34

34

-

52

0

0

22

7

0

0

0

18 Gold Coast Suns

1

0

1

0

4

5

29

10

16

76

38.16

0

0 1 0 - -

-

1L

29

29

-

47

0

0

22

10

1

0

0

5

Leigh Haussen

AFL UMPIRES 2020 1

Chris Donlon

Games 311  Finals 15

6

Dean Margetts

Games 346  Finals 12

11

Curtis Deboy

Brendan Hosking

Games 154  Finals 2

21

Simon Meredith

Games 369  Finals 33

26

Craig Fleer

31

Paul Rebeschini

Games 0  Finals 0

umpire.afl

7

Jeff Dalgleish

Games 211  Finals 6

Andrew Stephens

Games 112  Finals 3

17

John Howorth

Games 7  Finals 0

22

Nathan Williamson

Games 70  Finals 2

27

Games 121  Finals 1

Nick Foot

Games 135  Finals 1

12

Games 90  Finals 2

16

2

Andre Gianfagna

Games 33  Finals 0

32

Jacob Mollison

Games 239  Finals 2

3

Leigh Fisher

Games 136  Finals 1

8

Brett Rosebury

Games 418  Finals 44

13

Nick Brown

Games 51  Finals 0

18

Ray Chamberlain

Games 314  Finals 27

23

Robert Findlay

Games 235  Finals 5

28

Cameron Dore

Games 13  Finals 0

33

Brent Wallace

Games 62  Finals 0

4

Justin Power

Games 15  Finals 0

9

Matt Stevic

Games 381  Finals 41

14

Hayden Gavine

Games 52  Finals 0

19

Alex Whetton

Games 28  Finals 0

24

David Harris

Games 136  Finals 1

29

Andrew Heffernan

Games 5  Finals 0

34

Games 50  Finals 0

10

Games 110  Finals 1

15

Mathew Nicholls

Games 354  Finals 27

20

Jamie Broadbent

Games 1  Finals 0

25

Shaun Ryan

Games 331  Finals 38

30

Dan Johanson

Games 1  Finals 0

Eleni Glouftsis

Games 29  Finals 0

ROOKIES: Andrew Adair, Matthew Baigent, Peter Bailes, Tom Bryce, Jordan Fry, Courtney Gibson, Louis Jago, Nicholas Jankovskis, Giles Lewis, Nicholas McGinness, Michael Pell, Luke Porter, Martin Rodger, Leighton Rowe, Gabby Simmonds, James Strybos, Nathan Toner. BOUNDARY: Jordan Andrews, Michael Baker, Michael Barlow, Adam Bastick, Peter Bock, Chris Bull, Ian Burrows, Sean Burton, Adam Coote, Patrick Cran, Damien Cusack, Brett Dalgleish, Chris Delany, Patrick Dineen, Nathan Doig, Chris Esler, Daniel Field-Read, Joshua Furman, Josh Garrett, Christopher Gordon, Patrick Jackson, Matthew Jenkinson, Matthew Konetschka, Drew Kowalski, Mitchell Le Fevre, Tim Lougoon, Ben MacDonald, Damien Main, Michael Marantelli, Josh Mather, Jason Moore, Tim Morrison, Sean Moylan, Lachlan Rayner, Adam Reardon, Michael Saunders, James Scully, Sam Stagg, Nick Swanson, Shane Thiele, Mark Thomson, Matthew Tomkins, David Wood. GOAL: Steven Axon, Jesse Baird, Dylan Benwell, Sally Boud, Matthew Bridges, Peter Challen, Alex Chisholm, Michael Craig, Matthew Dervan, Luke Edwards, Mark Ensbey, Daniel Hoskin, Sam Hunter, Brodie Kenny-Bell, Matt Maclure, Angus McKenzie-Wills, Alistair Meldrum, Steven Piperno, Simon Plumridge, David Rodan, Chelsea Roffey, Brett Rogers, Sam Walsh, Stephen Williams, Daniel Wilson, Adam Wojcik.

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POWERED BY

WERE YOU

PAYING

ATTENTION 1

Who kicked the first goal of the AFL season? A Jason Castagna B Shane Edwards C Kane Lambert D Jack Riewoldt

2

How many times have Richmond defeated Carlton in a row after its first-round victory? A 8 B 9 C 10 D 20

3

How many goals did Docker Sam Sturt kick on debut? A1 B3 C5 D7

4

Who were the two AFL debutants in the Western Bulldogs-Collingwood game? A Ben Cavarra, Tyler Brown B Ben Cavarra, John Noble C Ryan Gardner, Callum Brown D Ryan Gardner, Callum Brown PARTY PIE: Brodie Grundy prepares for another hit-out last week. How many did he have?

5

After missing the previous two seasons with a knee injury, who returned for the Swans in round one? A Kaiden Brand B Sam Naismith C James Rowbottom D Lewis Melican

6

Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy dominated against the Bulldogs. How many hit-outs did he have? A 58 B 52 C 46 D 37

7

Who missed a shot for goal in the final minutes of the North Melbourne-St Kilda game that would have given the Saints the win? A Jack Billings B Max King C Rowan Marshall D Paddy Ryder

RED ENERGY RUNNING MACHINE

8

Who had the chance to win the game for the Crows with a late shot at goal? A Rory Sloane B Brodie Smith C Taylor Walker D Tyson Stengle

9

Who was a late withdrawal for the Power against the Suns? A Robbie Gray B Charlie Dixon C Hamish Hartlett D Justin Westhoff

10

The Giants kicked how many consecutive goals against Geelong before their first behind? A6 B7 C8 D9

11

Which Cats veteran had a game-high 24 touches against GWS? A Gary Ablett B Joel Selwood C Patrick Dangerfield D Harry Taylor

12

Which North Melbourne player failed a concussion test in that game? A Ben Brown B Nick Larkey C Josh Walker D Cameron Zurhaar

13

How many times in a row had Brisbane defeated Hawthorn before the Hawks turned the table at the MCG? A2 B3 C4 D5

A Mark Blicavs B Lachie Whitfield C Gryan Miers

RED ENERGY TOTAL SPRINTS Who had the most sprints in the Richmond v Carlton round one game? A Marlion Pickett B Paddy Dow C Shai Bolton

RED ENERGY MAX SPEED Who ran the fastest in the Western Bulldogs v Collingwood round one game? A Bailey Dale B Jeremy Howe C Josh Thomas

WHO SAID THIS?

Myself and Toby have been reaching out

14

Coming into the 2020 season, how old is Hawthorn’s Shaun Burgyone? A 34 B 35 C 36 D 37

15

Who kicked the final goal of the season before footy was shut down until at least May 31? A Kysaiah Pickett B Josh Kennedy C Jack Viney D Liam Ryan

ANSWERS: 1 B; 2 C; 3 D; 4 A; 5 B; 6 B; 7 C; 8 B; 9 C; 10 A; 11 C; 12 C; 13 C; 14 D; 15 A Running Machine C (13.1 kms); Total Sprints A (20); Max Speed B (33.2 km/h); Who said this: D AR02 p57 Were You Paying Attention - Red Energy.indd 57

Who ran the most kms in the GWS Giants v Geelong round one game?

A JEREMY CAMERON

B STEPHEN CONIGLIO

C LEON CAMERON

D HEATH SHAW

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Brad Crouch Rory Laird Matt Crouch Rory Sloane Wayne Milera

20 19 18 18 15

KICKS Tom Lynch Rory Laird Brad Crouch Paul Seedsman Wayne Milera

11 11 10 10 10

MARKS Wayne Milera Darcy Fogarty Rory Laird Daniel Talia Reilly O’Brien

5 4 4 3 2

HANDBALLS Rory Sloane Matt Crouch Brad Crouch Rory Atkins Reilly O’Brien

12 11 10 8 8

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Rory Sloane Brad Crouch Rory Atkins Rory Laird Daniel Talia

16 12 8 8 7

UNCONTESTED POSS. Matt Crouch Paul Seedsman Wayne Milera Rory Laird Reilly O’Brien

13 11 11 10 8

INTERCEPT POSS. Rory Laird Daniel Talia Jake Kelly Wayne Milera Rory Atkins

10 7 7 7 4

81/2012 Maribyrnong Park (Vic)/Calder U18

2020

PREVIOUS CLUB

GOALS THIS CLUB

DEBUT ACQUIRED

TOTAL

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST ATKINS Rory

21 186 85 12/7/1994 2015

20

1 98 98

1 46

BROWN Luke

16 181 81 22/9/1992 2012 TR/2011 Tea Tree Gully (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)

15

1 151 151

0 13

BUTTS Jordon

41 198 89 31/12/1999 **** RD/2019 Shepparton Bears (Vic)/Murray U18

0 0

CROCKER Ben

20 186 82 19/2/1997 2016 RD/2020 Kew Comets (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/Coll

0

0

0

3 0 26

0

0

0 21

CROUCH Brad

2 185 85 14/1/1994 2013 GWS TIR Beaufort (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

22

1 84 84

0 32

CROUCH Matt

5 181 82 21/4/1995 2014 23/2013 Beaufort (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

19

1 110 110

0 26

DAVIS Ben

40 189 86 19/5/1997 2019 75/2016 University of NSW-Eastern Suburbs (NSW)

1

2

2

1

1

DOEDEE Tom

39 188 89 1/3/1997

17/2015 St Joseph’s, Geel (Vic)/St Joseph’s College, Geel (Vic)/Geel U18

1 0 21

21

0

2

FOGARTY Darcy

32 195 99 25/9/1999 2018

12/2017 Lucindale (SA)/Rostrevor College (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)

4

1 15

15

1 19

FRAMPTON Billy

22 202 97 20/11/1996 2018 TR/2019 East Fremantle Power (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL)/Port Adel

2

1

GALLUCCI Jordan GIBBS Bryce

7 184 77 4/5/1998

2018

2017

15/2016 Lilydale (Vic)/Yarra Valley Grammar (Vic)/Eastern U18

6 188 85 15/3/1989 2007 TR/2017 Plympton (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)/Carlton

1

4

1

10 0 27 27 12

1 266 35

0

4

0 19 0 152

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Taylor Walker Tom Lynch Lachlan Murphy Chayce Jones Rory Sloane

2.1 2.0 1.1 1.1 1.1

SCORE ASSISTS Reilly O’Brien Lachlan Murphy Rory Atkins Brad Crouch Matt Crouch

3 2 1 1 1

GOLLANT Lachlan

44 191 70 12/9/2001 **** 48/2019 St Bernard’s (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Calder U18

0 0

0

0

0

0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

HAMILL Will

17 187 75 17/11/2000 **** 30/2018 Dromana (Vic)/Padua College (Vic)/Dandenong U18

0 0

0

0

0

0

HARTIGAN Kyle

15 194 101 7/11/1991

2013 RE/2013 Keilor (Vic)/Western U18/Werribee (VFL)

19 0 101 101

0

1

HIMMELBERG Elliott

34 200 98 4/6/1998

2018

Rory Sloane Tom Lynch Reilly O’Brien Matt Crouch Lachlan Murphy

JONES Chayce KEAYS Ben

1 181 81 14/1/2000 2019

51/2016 Mt Gravatt (Qld)/Redland (NEAFL)

7 0

8

8

0

9

9/2018 Launceston (Tas)

8

9

9

1

4

2 0 30

0

28 185 87 23/2/1997 2016 RD/2020 Morningside (Qld)/Redland (NEAFL)/Brisbane

22

1

KELLY Jake

8 190 91 21/1/1995 2015 RD/2014 Mansfield (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

1 76 76

KNIGHT Riley

3 182 80 27/3/1995 2015 46/2013 South Clare (SA)/St Peter’s College (SA)/W-W Torrens (SANFL) 15 0 54 54

0 11 0

1

0 37

LAIRD Rory

29 177 78 29/12/1993 2013 RE/2013 Kenilworth (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL)

22

1 144 144

0 12

LYNCH Tom

27 193 88 15/9/1990 2010 TR/2011 Beaumaris (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Sandr U18/St Kilda

16

1 140 134

2 191 0 60

MACKAY David

14 181 77 25/7/1988 2008 48/2006 Beverley Hills (Vic)/Trinity Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

18 0 220 220

McADAM Shane

23 183 82 28/5/1995 **** TR/2018 Halls Creek (WA)/Scotch Old Collegians (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)

0 0

0

0

0

McASEY Fischer

35 196 89 8/3/2001 2020

0

1

1

1

0

0

McHENRY Ned

25 178 75 13/7/2000 ****

16/2018 Barwon Heads (Vic)/Geel College (Vic)/Geel Gram (Vic)/Geel U18 0 0

0

0

0

0 0

6/2019 East Brighton (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

McPHERSON Andrew

36 186 86 20/6/1999 **** 40/2017 Port District (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)

0 0

0

0

0

MILERA Wayne

30 185 84 14/9/1997 2016

17

1 61

61

0 21

MURPHY Lachlan

11/2015 Ingle Farm (SA)/Central District (SANFL)

21

1 33 33

1 32

O’BRIEN Reilly

43 202 102 20/8/1995 2016 RD/2015 Moonee Valley (Vic)/Calder U18

4 175 77 4/12/1998 2018 RE/2019 Diamond Ck (Vic)/Ivanhoe Gram (Vic)/Nthn U18/Adel (SANFL)

18

1 21

21

0

3

O’CONNOR Ronin

37 190 84 1/2/2001

0 0

0

0

0

0

**** 42/2019 Marist (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

POHOLKE Myles

10 187 85 10/7/1998 2018 44/2016 Sorrento (Vic)/Dandenong U18

2 0

11

11

0

3

SCHOENBERG Harry

26 181 83 21/2/2001 **** 24/2019 Mintaro-Manoora (SA)Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)

0 0

0

0

0

0

11 190 84 22/1/1992 2012 TR/2015 Rowville (Vic)/Eastern U18/Collingwood

13

SEEDSMAN Paul SHOLL Lachlan SLOANE Rory SMITH Brodie

38 187 82 7/3/2000

**** 64/2018 St Bernard’s (Vic)/St Bernard’s College (Vic)/Calder U18

9 182 82 17/3/1990 2009 44/2008 Upwey-Tecoma (Vic)/Eastern U18 33 189 87 14/1/1992

2011 14/2010 Henley (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)

1 102 53

0 0

0

0

0 50 0

0

22

1 200 200

1 123

22

1 168 168

0 57

STENGLE Tyson

18 175 74 19/10/1998 2017 TR/2018 Portland (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)/Richmond

2

1

5

3

1

8

STRACHAN Kieran

45 204 102 5/10/1995

**** RD/2019 South Bendigo (Vic)/Port Melbourne (VFL)

0 0

0

0

0

0

TALIA Daniel

12 197 99 2/10/1991

2011 13/2009 Greenvale (Vic)/Assumption College (Vic)/Calder U18

TAYLOR Ayce

42 191 84 26/9/2000 **** PSS/2020 Heidelberg (Vic)/Camberwell Grammar (Vic)/Oakl U18/Nthn U18 0 0

22

0

0

1 190 190

0

6

0

0

WALKER Taylor

13 194 102 25/4/1990 2009 75/2007 North Broken Hill (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18

WILSON Patrick

31 190 90 11/12/1994 2018 RD/2018 Woodville South (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)

1 0

2

2

0

0

WORRELL Josh

24 193 86 11/4/2001

0 0

0

0

0

0

**** 28/2019 Bentleigh (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Sandringham U18

22

1 187 187

7 5 4 4 4

OTHER CLEARANCES Rory Sloane Brad Crouch Matt Crouch Paul Seedsman Rory Laird

9 5 3 2 2

TACKLES Rory Sloane Lachlan Murphy Rory Atkins Brad Crouch Paul Seedsman

7 6 5 4 4

INSIDE 50s Brad Crouch Rory Laird Rory Sloane Reilly O’Brien Tom Lynch

6 5 5 3 3

2 428

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS R.O’Brien

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking 19

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

15.1 6.8 8.3 49.6 64.8 155.2

63.6

36.4 32.6 8.5 26.2

13.1

60.1

39.9

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

325

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

B.Crouch

23

M.Crouch R.Sloane

29.7 15.1 14.6 50.3 64.0 377.3

39.0

20

31.9 13.9 18.1 58.5 71.0 307.9

34.9

23

24.3 11.8 12.5 58.1 69.9 331.5

53.4

61.0

4.0 5.3 5.0

283

65.1

3.2 4.8 3.4

93

46.6

3.9 6.1 5.9

22

R.Atkins

21

21.2 14.4 6.8 59.9 69.2 395.1

25.1

74.9

3.7 1.4 1.7

163

D.Mackay

18

17.2 10.3 6.9 68.6 76.8 310.5

27.4

72.6

2.7 1.0 2.8

275

P.Seedsman

14

18.7 10.6 8.1 71.8 78.6 414.1

22.1

77.9

3.5 1.5 2.3

131

B.Gibbs

13

18.8 12.0 6.8 60.3 68.4 281.1

28.0

72.0

2.2 2.2 3.6

189

B.Keays

2

13.5 7.5 6.0 53.3 59.3 207.3 50.0 50.0 3.0 2.0 3.0 582

P.Wilson

1

15.0 9.0 6.0 44.4 66.7 181.2

31.3

68.8

1.0 2.0 4.0

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

620

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

T.Walker

23

L.Murphy

22

10.7 6.3 4.4 56.8 64.3 189.0

T.Lynch

17

20.0 13.2 6.8 69.6 70.6 340.2

D.Fogarty

5

10.0 6.4 3.6 81.3 86.0 199.6

R.Knight

15

15.7 7.6 8.1 57.0 69.8 173.4

E.Himmelberg

7

T.Stengle

3

C.Jones B.Frampton

11.8 7.8 4.0 57.8 66.1 249.2

49.1

50.9

45 23 66.2

124

47.9

52.1

20 16 55.6

305

33.8

66.2

19

30.0

70.0

10

1 90.9 460

31.7

68.3

9

5 64.3 420

9.6 5.4 4.1 60.5 65.7 139.4

56.7

43.3

8

4 66.7

517

9.3 5.7 3.7 76.5 75.0 161.9

42.3

57.7

6

1 85.7

555

9

10.6 6.0 4.6 46.3 62.1 213.4 48.0

52.0

4

9 30.8 525

3

10.7 5.7 5.0 35.3 59.4 97.6

62.5

37.5

3

2 60.0 589

13 59.4

82

B.Crocker

3

7.7 5.7 2.0 47.1 47.8 124.5

44.4

55.6

3

2 60.0 551

J.Gallucci

10

12.2 9.0 3.2 62.2 65.6 275.3

30.3

69.7

3

2 60.0

B.Davis

2

6.0 3.5 2.5 57.1 58.3 136.8

53.8

46.2

1

0 100.0 617

M.Poholke

2 12.5 5.0 7.5 50.0 64.0 83.9 36.0 64.0 0 1 0.0 535

AFL average

DEFENDERS

12.6

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

42.7

57.3

374

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

R.Laird

23

27.9 14.5 13.4 71.8 81.0 356.6

27.6

72.4

4.9 1.0 2.1

116

B.Smith

23

22.2 14.4 7.8 66.0 71.6 499.0

33.8

66.2

4.0 1.7 2.5

222

J.Kelly

23

15.8 9.5 6.3 78.5 80.8 189.2

32.5

67.5

2.3 4.3 2.7

257

W.Milera

18

18.0 10.8 7.2 65.5 76.5 268.1

26.8

73.2

2.5 1.8 3.0

172

D.Talia

23

12.2 7.8 4.4 78.9 82.2 179.6

37.6

62.4

3.0 6.9 2.1

176

L.Brown

16

14.9 10.1 4.8 80.9 82.8 267.2

35.8

64.2

4.0 1.4 1.6

266

K.Hartigan

19

10.3 6.3 4.0 73.9 79.5 113.2

27.7

72.3

2.1 4.2 0.9

424

T.Doedee

1

8.0 5.0 3.0 100.0 100.0 110.0

37.5

62.5

2.0 1.0 1.0

337

F.McAsey

1

5.0 3.0 2.0 0.0 20.0 77.2 40.0 60.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 640

AFL average

16.0

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

33.4

66.6

3.3

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

30.8 (188) v Essendon, round 10, 2006, Football Park

LOWEST SCORE

3.6 (24) v St Kilda, round 18, 2011, Marvel Stadium

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

139 pts v Richmond, round 16, 1993, Football Park

OVERALL RECORD: 672 games – 360 wins, 310 losses, 2 draws GRAND FINALS: 3 PREMIERSHIPS: 2 Head-to-head v

Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

P

W

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

10 games – round 13, 2005 to round 22, 2005

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

9 games – round 19, 1999 to round 5, 2000 L

D

42 24 18 0 39 20 19 0 43 15 27 1 39 19 20 0 9 6 3 0 39 23 16 0 45 20 25 0 13 13 0 0 12 9 3 0 42 19 23 0 40 25 15 0 44 23 21 0 47 24 23 0 39 25 14 0 44 28 15 1 42 25 17 0 0 0 0 0 48 21 27 0 45 21 24 0

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

Adelaide Oval

75

50

25

0

MCG

73 29 43 1

Marvel Stadium

62

Gabba

25 13 12 0

31 3

31 18

0

GMHBA Stadium

21

SCG

20 13 7 0

0

Metricon Stadium

11

11

0

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

5

1

4

0

Giants Stadium

4

3

1

0

Blundstone Arena 2 0 2 0 Optus Stadium

2 0 2 0

TIO Stadium

2

2

0

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

2

0

2

0

Mars Stadium

1 0 1 0

TIO Traeger Park

1

0

1

0

MOST GAMES

Andrew McLeod Tyson Edwards Mark Ricciuto Ben Hart Nigel Smart Simon Goodwin Mark Bickley

(340) (321) (312) (311) (278) (275) (272)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Eddie Betts Scott Thompson Ben Hart Andrew McLeod Chris McDermott Sam Jacobs Tyson Edwards

(100) (99) (98) (97) (95) (93) (90)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

23 Andrew McLeod 26 Mark Bickley 32 Mark Ricciuto 34 Ben Hart 36 Simon Goodwin 52 Shaun Rehn

(340) (272) (312) (311) (275) (167 – Adel & Haw)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Mark Ricciuto Mark Bickley Taylor Walker* Chris McDermott Simon Goodwin

(142) (102) (98) (88) (76)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Neil Craig Gary Ayres Don Pyke Graham Cornes Malcolm Blight Brenton Sanderson Robert Shaw

MOST GOALS

Tony Modra Taylor Walker* Eddie Betts Josh Jenkins Mark Ricciuto Andrew McLeod Scott Welsh Darren Jarman Brett Burton

(166) (107) (93) (89) (74) (69) (44)

FINALS

Tony Modra is Adelaide’s only Coleman medallist, winning the medal in 1997. He also led the AFL goalkicking at the end of the 1993 season after Coleman medallist Gary Ablett didn’t play finals.

36 games – 18 wins, 18 losses

MOST FINALS

Simon Goodwin Andrew McLeod Tyson Edwards Ben Hart Nigel Smart Scott Thompson Mark Ricciuto Graham Johncock Mark Bickley Michael Doughty

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

13 Tony Modra (v Richmond, round 16, 1993, Football Park) 13 Tony Modra (v Carlton, round 1, 1994, Football Park) 11 Scott Hodges (v Geelong, round 23, 1992, Football Park) 10 Tony Modra (v Richmond, round 1, 1993, MCG) 10 Tony Modra (v North Melbourne, round 8, 1993, Football Park) 10 Tom Lynch* (v GWS Giants, round 7, 2013, Giants Stadium)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Andrew McLeod Taylor Walker* Eddie Betts Darren Jarman Scott Welsh Nigel Smart Ken McGregor Brett Burton

BROWNLOW MEDALLIST

Mark Ricciuto (2003 tied)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Malcolm Blight (coach Adel, also N Melb, playing coach N Melb, coach Geel, coach St K) INDUCTEES: Gary Ayres (coach Adel, also Haw, coach Geel), Darren Jarman (also Haw), Mark Bickley, Wayne Carey (also N Melb), Mark Ricciuto, Graham Cornes (coach Adel, also N Melb), Andrew McLeod, Bob Hammond (admin, also Syd coach), Ben Hart, Simon Goodwin (also coach Melb)

(23) (23) (20) (19) (19) (16) (15) (15)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

26.10 (166) v Essendon, 1st EF, 2009

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

5.12 (42) v Sydney, 1QF, 2012

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY MEMBERS

96 points v Essendon, 1st EF, 2009

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLIST

74 points v Hawthorn, 2nd SF, 2015

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

Andrew McLeod (ruck-rover) 1997: Tony Modra (81)

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

7 Andrew McLeod v Western Bulldogs, 1st PF, 1998

Andrew McLeod (1997, 1998)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Andrew McLeod (2003) Simon Goodwin (2006) Bernie Vince (2012)

Four games (1997)

JIM STYNES MEDALLIST

Three games (2006-08)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

72 games – 45 wins, 27 losses Premierships 2003, 2012

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

Andrew McLeod (2005) Daniel Talia* (2012)

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

JOCK McHALE MEDALLIST

1991 (25,087), 1992 (38,673), 1993 (40,100), 1994 (40,611), 1995 (41,654), 1996 (42,283), 1997 (41,395), 1998 (41,985), 1999 (42,120), 2000 (42,896), 2001 (42,014), 2002 (46,620), 2003 (47,097), 2004 (45,642), 2005 (43,256), 2006 (50,138), 2007 (50,976), 2008 (48,720), 2009 (46,472), 2010 (45,545), 2011 (44,719), 2012 (45,105), 2013 (46,405), 2014 (54,249) 2015 (52,920), 2016 (54,307), 2017 (56,865), 2018 (64,739), 2019 (64,437)

Malcolm Blight (1997, 1998)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Andrew McLeod (2001)

PREMIERSHIPS

1997, 1998 (440) (428) (310) (296) (292) (275) (270) (264) (264)

(23) (22) (22) (18) (17) (16) (16) (16) (14) (14)

RUNNERS-UP

2017

McCLELLAND TROPHY

* denotes current player or coach

2005, 2017

WOODEN SPOONS

None

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PLAYER LIST

MARKS Mitch Robinson Alex Witherden Jarryd Lyons Eric Hipwood Harris Andrews

7 7 6 5 4

HANDBALLS Lachie Neale Mitch Robinson Harris Andrews Hugh McCluggage Jarrod Berry

12 10 8 8 8

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Lachie Neale Jarryd Lyons Harris Andrews Hugh McCluggage Zac Bailey

16 12 8 8 7

UNCONTESTED POSS. Mitch Robinson Hugh McCluggage Lachie Neale Alex Witherden Eric Hipwood

17 12 11 11 10

INTERCEPT POSS. Harris Andrews Jarryd Lyons Brandon Starcevich Zac Bailey Lachie Neale

13 7 6 5 5

TR/2018 TR/2019 RD/2019 61/2014 55/2018 15/2017 43/2017 17/2016 36/2018 UFA/2019 TR/2017 TR/2014 37/2019 24/2016 RD/2020 UFA/2019 RD/2019 22/2013 RE/2019 14/2015 40/2018 28/2010 RD/2020 DFA/2018 RD/2019 TR/2012 39/2015 TR/2018 3/2016 42/2018 RE/2019 25/2013 TR/2018 54/2017 59/2019 1/2017 7/2008 22/2019 DFA/2014 RD/2020 RD/2020 33/2019 21/2018 18/2017 23/2016 41/2017 TR/2011

Upper Swan (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)/Western Bulldogs Kelmscott (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL)/Gold Coast Aspley (NEAFL) Aspley (NEAFL) Caulfield (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 Sthrn Dists (NT)/Prince Alfred College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) West Brisbane (Qld)/University of Qld (Qld) Horsham Saints (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 Horsham Saints (Vic)/Ballarat Clarendon College (Vic)/GWV U18 Devonport (Tas)/Tasmania U18/Hawthorn Newman Saints (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)/Adelaide Lara (Vic)/Geelong U18/Geelong Morningside (Qld)/Brisbane (NEAFL) Halls Creek (WA)/Camperdown (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 Paskeville (SA)/P Adel (SANFL)/Yeronga (Qld)/N Ball (VFL) Flinders Park (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)/Adelaide Caloundra (Qld)/Brisbane (NEAFL) Queenscliff (Vic)/St Joseph’s College, Geelong (Vic)/Geel U18 Mundulla (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL) Caloundra (Qld)/Aspley (NEAFL) Melville (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) Mulgrave (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 St Peter’s (Vic)/Sandringham U18 St Peter’s (Vic)/Sandringham U18/Adelaide/Gold Coast County Dublin (Ireland) Old Haileybury (Vic)/Sandringham (VFL)/Melbourne Bell Park (Vic)/Geelong U18 Bordertown (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)/Geelong South Warrnambool (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 Wilston Grange (Qld) Montrose (Vic)/Casey (VFL) Vermont (Vic)/Eastern U18 Kybybolite (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)/Fremantle Noosa (Qld)/Brisbane (NEAFL) Sorrento-Duncraig (WA)/West Perth (WAFL) Hillside (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Western U18 Sorrento-Duncraig (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL) Manning (WA)/Aquinas College (WA)/Perth (WAFL) Lauderdale (Tas)/Tasmania U18/Tasmania (VFL)/Carlton Newborough (Vic)/Gippsland U18 Mt Gravatt (NEAFL) Moe (Vic)/Lowanna College (Vic)/Gippsland U18 Yarrawonga (Vic)/Sacred Heart College (Vic)/Murray U18 Mt Lawley-Inglewood (WA)/Trinity Coll (WA)/East Perth (WAFL) St Joseph’s, Geelong (Vic)/Geelong College (Vic)/Geelong U18 Camberwell (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 Surfers Paradise (Qld)/Broadbeach (Qld)

2020

16 15 15 14 14

30/6/1993 2016 9/10/1997 2016 16/4/1998 2017 11/12/1996 2015 6/8/1999 2019 23/9/1999 2018 29/3/1999 **** 5/2/1998 2017 1/5/2000 **** 28/1/1988 2006 5/7/1994 2014 19/5/1991 2011 31/3/2000 **** 19/8/1997 2017 9/2/1990 2018 28/1/1993 2014 23/2/1999 **** 22/9/1995 2014 26/6/1998 2019 13/9/1997 2016 7/3/2000 **** 26/8/1992 2011 31/5/1998 **** 22/7/1992 2012 15/11/1999 **** 17/11/1986 2008 10/1/1997 2016 22/10/1993 2012 3/3/1998 2017 4/12/2000 **** 10/7/1994 2018 24/6/1995 2014 24/5/1993 2012 15/10/1999 **** 4/6/2001 **** 21/10/1999 2018 7/6/1990 2009 30/6/2001 2020 7/6/1989 2009 29/6/1997 2017 19/7/1995 2016 13/3/2001 **** 13/9/2000 **** 24/7/1999 2018 10/9/1998 2017 16/3/1999 **** 9/2/1989 2012

TOTAL

KICKS Daniel Rich Jarryd Lyons Noah Answerth Lachie Neale Mitch Robinson

ADAMS Marcus 24 191 99 AH CHEE Callum 4 182 77 ALLISON Jacob 19 195 90 ANDREWS Harris 31 201 100 ANSWERTH Noah 43 183 82 BAILEY Zac 33 181 85 BALLENDEN Connor 38 198 101 BERRY Jarrod 7 192 89 BERRY Thomas 13 185 79 BIRCHALL Grant 14 192 93 CAMERON Charlie 23 180 78 CHRISTENSEN Allen 3 176 80 COLEMAN Keidean 18 182 75 COX Cedric 20 183 83 EAGLES Matt 41 199 96 ELLIS-YOLMEN Cameron 28 190 100 FULLARTON Tom 47 199 94 GARDINER Darcy 27 192 90 HINGE Mitchell 22 190 89 HIPWOOD Eric 30 203 90 JOYCE Tom 32 180 82 LESTER Ryan 35 191 85 LYONS Corey 39 181 83 LYONS Jarryd 17 184 84 MADDEN James 42 188 86 MARTIN Stefan 12 198 103 MATHIESON Rhys 36 186 87 McCARTHY Lincoln 11 177 82 McCLUGGAGE Hugh 6 186 86 McFADYEN Connor 26 190 90 McINERNEY Oscar 46 204 112 McSTAY Daniel 25 195 98 NEALE Lachie 9 178 84 PAYNE Jack 40 198 100 PRIOR Jaxon 45 189 81 RAYNER Cam 16 187 90 RICH Daniel 10 183 90 ROBERTSON Deven 2 185 80 ROBINSON Mitch 5 184 88 SKINNER Sam 21 198 98 SMITH Archie 44 202 109 SMITH Brock 1 189 81 SMITH Ely 8 188 90 STARCEVICH Brandon 37 186 90 WITHERDEN Alex 29 188 86 WOOLLER Toby 34 193 89 ZORKO Dayne 15 175 78

PREVIOUS CLUB

THIS CLUB

26 24 22 19 17

DEBUT ACQUIRED

TOTAL

Lachie Neale Mitch Robinson Jarryd Lyons Hugh McCluggage Harris Andrews

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

10 1 2 21 19 15 0 20 0 3 24 13 0 1 0 10 0 24 2 23 0 9 0 24 0 24 9 24 23 0 21 24 24 0 0 24 24 0 23 0 2 0 0 1 23 0 24

1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1

38 45 10 98 20 28 0 58 0 248 109 133 0 13 4 39 0 107 2 76 0 126 0 117 0 183 46 54 64 0 38 104 160 0 0 47 208 1 192 1 11 0 0 6 54 0 169

11 0 10 98 20 28 0 58 0 0 36 68 0 13 4 0 0 107 2 76 0 126 0 25 0 126 46 25 64 0 38 104 25 0 0 47 208 1 92 1 11 0 0 6 54 0 169

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 24 2 9 2 11 0 27 0 34 163 114 0 3 1 15 0 5 1 116 0 45 0 63 0 45 24 45 41 0 24 76 80 0 0 41 106 0 108 2 4 0 0 1 5 0 184

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Eric Hipwood Daniel McStay Charlie Cameron Lachie Neale Cam Rayner

3.0 2.0 2.0 1.2 1.0

SCORE ASSISTS Lincoln McCarthy Hugh McCluggage Mitch Robinson Jarryd Lyons Jarrod Berry

2 2 2 1 1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Eric Hipwood Jarryd Lyons Lachie Neale Dayne Zorko Lincoln McCarthy

8 8 7 5 4

OTHER CLEARANCES Lachie Neale Jarryd Lyons Stefan Martin Mitch Robinson Dayne Zorko

8 6 5 2 2

TACKLES Lachie Neale Jarryd Lyons Dayne Zorko Lincoln McCarthy Stefan Martin

10 5 5 4 3

INSIDE 50s Eric Hipwood Zac Bailey Lachie Neale Jarryd Lyons Daniel Rich

6 6 5 4 4

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

S.Martin

25

16.2 9.3 6.9 50.9 62.1 160.4

65.8

34.2 26.3 7.4 28.3

O.McInerney

22

8.0 3.6 4.5 54.4 67.2 69.1

69.6

30.4 15.8 4.8 30.3 272

A.Smith

2

9.5 2.0 7.5 50.0 52.6 52.9

63.2

36.8 18.5 4.0 21.6 601

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

46

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

L.Neale

25

J.Lyons D.Zorko

30.7 12.6 18.1 70.5 78.6 328.2

51.4

48.6

3.6 7.9 4.0

3

25

23.8 14.1 9.6 53.5 64.0 355.0

51.3

48.7

4.4 5.8 5.9

23

25

22.0 16.5 5.5 59.6 63.6 512.2 44.7 55.3 6.6 4.0 6.6

H.McCluggage

24

22.5 13.8 8.7 59.8 67.6 388.7

37.2

62.8

4.2 3.3 3.5

81

M.Robinson

24

21.6 15.0 6.6 63.2 68.4 474.0

36.2

63.8

4.7 2.5 4.2

66

15

J.Berry

21

19.3 10.3 9.0 66.2 75.1 301.9 40.0 60.0 3.6 2.8 3.6 128

C.Ellis-Yolmen

10

23.5 10.0 13.5 56.0 69.4 234.5 51.7 48.3 2.3 4.9 5.5 215

R.Mathieson

9

15.2 7.7 7.6 63.8 67.2 207.3

46.1

53.9

2.4 2.6 3.1

412

M.Hinge

2

14.0 8.0 6.0 75.0 78.6 194.7

41.4

58.6

2.5 1.5 1.5

587

J.Allison

2

12.0 9.0 3.0 66.7 70.8 267.2

42.3

57.7

3.5 0.5 0.5

570

C.Ah Chee

1

17.0 11.0 6.0 90.9 94.1 382.0

52.9

47.1

3.0 4.0 2.0

480

D.Robertson

1

7.0 3.0 4.0 33.3 71.4 66.3

57.1

42.9 0.0 0.0 3.0

631

21.8

40.2

59.8

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.4

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

C.Cameron

25

E.Hipwood

24 10.4 8.1 2.3 54.4 59.4 243.7 36.9 63.1 38 29 56.7 356

D.McStay

25

10.0 5.0 5.0 68.0 73.6 138.1

51.6

48.4

23 16 59.0 268

C.Rayner

25

9.5 5.8 3.8 50.0 60.5 181.8

46.5

53.5

21 25 45.7

307

L.McCarthy

25

13.0 7.3 5.7 56.8 64.0 208.8

49.1

50.9

20 14 58.8

359

A.Christensen

13

13.5 8.4 5.1 69.7 73.1 203.5 40.3

59.7

16

9 64.0 246

C.Cox

1

0

0 0.0

AFL average

DEFENDERS

12.2 9.0 3.2 64.7 69.7 216.9

41.8

58.2

59 32 64.8

9.0 6.0 3.0 83.3 77.8 113.0

33.3

66.7

12.6

42.7

57.3

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

101

572

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

D.Rich

25

22.3 17.9 4.4 81.9 81.9 524.5

30.2

69.8

6.3 2.0 1.9

76

A.Witherden

24

18.1 14.3 3.8 79.2 79.3 362.5

25.7

74.3

4.8 1.5 1.6

340

D.Gardiner

25

13.3 9.8 3.6 73.0 77.2 200.3

38.7

61.3

3.2 4.1 2.2

255

H.Andrews

22

13.0 7.8 5.2 77.9 81.8 155.6

45.6

54.4

2.6 9.7 1.6

36

N.Answerth

20

12.0 8.6 3.4 75.4 77.8 208.0

36.3

63.7

2.0 2.1 2.9

432

Z.Bailey

16

12.1 7.1 5.0 65.5 71.5 234.1

38.7

61.3

1.5 0.8 1.9

421

M.Adams

11

10.0 6.9 3.1 68.4 70.9 168.9

46.4

53.6

2.9 3.2 1.1

446

R.Lester

9

12.0 9.0 3.0 64.2 73.1 229.9 36.9

63.1

2.1 3.8 3.3

371

G.Birchall

3

20.7 11.7 9.0 71.4 79.0 262.3

33.3

66.7

2.7 0.3 0.7

560

B.Starcevich

2

8.0 7.0 1.0 71.4 68.8 155.0

31.3

68.8

1.5 2.5 0.5

558

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

33.21 (219) v Sydney, round 8, 1993, Gabba

LOWEST SCORE

2.5 (17) v Hawthorn, round 12, 1988, Princes Park; v Richmond, round 4, 2018, MCG

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

162 points v Sydney, round 8, 1993, Gabba

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

20 games – round 10, 2001 to round 4, 2002

OVERALL RECORD: 752 games – 314 wins, 430 losses, 8 draws GRAND FINALS: 4 PREMIERSHIPS: 3 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

12 games – round 20, 1990 to round 10, 1991; round 5, 2016 to round 17, 2016

MOST GAMES

L

D

42 18 24 0 51 22 29 0 47 19 28 0 46 18 27 1 17 11 6 0 31 15 16 0 49 19 29 1 18 12 6 0 10 3 7 0 51 20 31 0 46 21 25 0 55 22 32 1 37 17 18 2 48 16 31 1 47 23 24 0 52 22 29 1 0 0 0 0 49 13 35 1 56 23 33 0

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

Gabba

322 183 136 3

MCG

79 18 60 1

Metricon Stadium

72

27

44

1

Marvel Stadium

70

25

43

2

GMHBA Stadium

24

7

16

1

SCG

23 9 14 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

10

3

7

0

Adelaide Oval

7

1

6

0

Giants Stadium

3

1

2

0

Optus Stadium

2

1

1

0

Mars Stadium

1 0 1 0

TIO Stadium

1

1

0

0

Blundstone Arena 0 0 0 0 TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

0

0

0

0

Simon Black Marcus Ashcroft Michael Voss Luke Power Nigel Lappin Shaun Hart Darryl White Jonathan Brown Jason Akermanis Justin Leppitsch Daniel Bradshaw Chris Scott

(322) (318) (289) (282) (279) (273) (268) (256) (248) (227) (222) (215)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Marcus Ashcroft Jack Redden Simon Black Nigel Lappin

(170) (112) (107) (103)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

10 Marcus Ashcroft 20 Simon Black

(308) (322)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Michael Voss Jonathan Brown Roger Merrett Alastair Lynch

(210) (127) (125) (77)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Leigh Matthews Robert Walls Michael Voss Chris Fagan*

MOST GOALS

Jonathan Brown Daniel Bradshaw Alastair Lynch Jason Akermanis Roger Merrett

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGEND: Leigh Matthews (coach, also Haw, coach Coll) INDUCTEES: Peter Knights (Haw, also coach Bris, Haw), Michael Voss (also coach Bris), Nathan Buckley (also Coll, coach Coll), Jason Akermanis (also WB), Nigel Lappin, Brad Hardie (also WB, Coll)

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY MEMBERS

Chris Johnson (back pocket), Darryl White (full-back), Michael McLean (interchange)

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLIST

2007 – Jonathan Brown (77 goals)

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

Shaun Hart (2001), Simon Black (2003)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLIST

Daniel Rich* (2013)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Leigh Matthews (2001, 2002, 2003)

JIM STYNES MEDALLISTS

Jason Akermanis (1999), Ashley McGrath (2013)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Nathan Buckley (1993), Chris Scott (1994), Daniel Rich* (2009), Lewis Taylor* (2014)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Michael Voss (2002 tied, 2003)

PREMIERSHIPS RUNNERS-UP

1990, 1991, 1998, 2017

(594) (496) (460) (307) (285)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Michael Voss (1996 tied), Jason Akermanis (2001), Simon Black (2002)

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1987 (3449), 1988 (7607), 1989 (7176), 1990 (5630), 1991 (5696), 1992 (5401), 1993 (5750), 1994 (6158), 1995 (6893), 1996 (10,267), 1997 (16,769), 1998 (16,108), 1999 (16,931), 2000 (20,295), 2001 (18,330), 2002 (22,288), 2003 (24,365), 2004 (30,221), 2005 (28,913), 2006 (26,459), 2007 (21,976), 2008 (22,737), 2009 (24,873), 2010 (26,779), 2011 (20,792), 2012 (20,762), 2013 (24,130), 2014 (24,012), 2015 (25,408), 2016 (23,286), 2017 (21,362), 2018 (24,867), 2019 (28,023) * denotes current player or coach

Fitzroy OVERALL RECORD: 1928 games – 869 wins, 1034 losses, 25 draws GRAND FINALS: 13

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

FINALS

27 games – 17 wins, 10 losses Nigel Lappin Justin Leppitsch Jason Akermanis Shaun Hart Darryl White

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

68 games – 31 wins, 35 losses, two draws Premiership 2013

36.22 (238) v Melbourne, round 17, 1979, Waverley Park

WOODEN SPOONS

(237) (109) (109) (69)

10 Jonathan Brown (v Carlton, round 16, 2007, Gabba) 9 Brad Hardie (v Carlton, round 10, 1989, Princes Park) 9 Daniel Bradshaw (v Melbourne, round 14, 2005, Gabba)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Three games (SF 2009-SF 2019)

HIGHEST SCORE

2004

Alastair Lynch Jason Akermanis Jonathan Brown Daniel Bradshaw

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Six games (2001-02)

PREMIERSHIPS: 1898, 1899, 1904, 1905, 1913, 1916, 1922, 1944

2001, 2002, 2003

MOST FINALS

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

7 Alastair Lynch v Carlton, 2nd SF, 1996; Alastair Lynch v Adelaide, 2nd QF, 2002

(23) (23) (22) (22) (21) (65) (34) (32) (25)

190 points v Melbourne, round 17, 1979, Waverley Park

MOST GAMES

Kevin Murray Paul Roos Garry Wilson

MOST GOALS

Jack Moriarty Bernie Quinlan Garry Wilson

(333) (269) (268) (626) (576) (452)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

Haydn Bunton (1931, 1932, 1935), Wilfred ‘Chicken’ Smallhorn (1933), Dinny Ryan (1936), Allan Ruthven (1950), Kevin Murray (1969), Bernie Quinlan (1981)

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY MEMBERS

26.14 (170) v Carlton, 2nd SF, 1996

7.9 (51) v Collingwood 2nd QF, 2003

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

97 points v Carlton, 2nd SF, 1996

Kevin Murray (half-back), Haydn Bunton (forward pocket), Norm Smith (coach)

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

82 points v Carlton, 2nd SF, 2000

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Patrick Cripps Marc Murphy Sam Docherty Kade Simpson Sam Petrevski-Seton

31 26 26 20 19

KICKS Sam Docherty Patrick Cripps Kade Simpson Marc Murphy Sam Walsh

17 15 13 12 12

MARKS Marc Murphy Sam Docherty Jack Martin Kade Simpson Sam Walsh

8 7 6 6 5

HANDBALLS

2020

THIS CLUB

19 174 74 26/11/1986 2005 TR/2019 Templestowe (Vic)/Calder U18/Carlton/Adelaide

21 0 316 184 0 600

CASBOULT Levi

41 199 103 15/3/1990 2012

20 1 125 125

2 134

COTTRELL Matthew

46 185 76 29/2/2000 **** PSS/2019 Pearcedale (Vic)/Dandenong U18

0

0

CRIPPS Patrick

9 195 93 18/3/1995 2014

RE/2012 Beaconsfield (Vic)/Dandenong U18 13/2013 Northampton (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

20 1 102 102 0 47

CUNINGHAM David

28 186 83 30/3/1997 2016

23/2015 Canterbury (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

9

1 26

26

2 16

CURNOW Charlie

30 192 95 3/2/1997

2016

12/2015 Torquay (Vic)/Geelong U18

11

0 58

58

0 77

CURNOW Ed

35 179 87 7/11/1989

2011 RE/2013 Modewarre (Vic)/Geel College (Vic)/Geel U18/Adel Rks/B Hill (VFL) 22

DE KONING Tom

12 203 94 16/7/1999 2018

DOCHERTY Sam

15 185 85 17/10/1993 2013 TR/2013 Phillip Island (Vic)/Gippsland U18/Brisbane

30/2017 Mt Martha (Vic)/Padua College (Vic)/Dandenong U18 3/2017 Swan Hill (Vic)/Geelong Grammar (Vic)/Bendigo U18

1 166 166 0 36

SCORE ASSISTS

2

2

0

0

1 93

80

0 14

19

1 40 40

0 14

21

1 56

56

0 21 0 16

Marc Murphy Jack Martin Paddy Dow Lachie Plowman Ed Curnow

1

2 187 82 16/10/1999 2018 25 179 75 15/6/1998 2017

GIBBONS Michael

40 176 76 15/5/1995 2019 PSS/2019 Lavington (NSW)/Murray U18/Williamstown (VFL)

21

1

22

22

GODDARD Hugh

45 197 96 24/8/1996 2015 RD/2019 Geelong Amateur (Vic)/Melb Grammar (Vic)/Geel U18/St Kilda

2

0 12

2

0

1

HONEY Josh

36 186 82 17/10/2001 **** RD/2020 Keilor (Vic)/Maribyrnong College (Vic)/Western U18

0

0

0

0

0

JONES Liam

14 199 99 24/2/1991 2010 TR/2014 Nth Hobart (Tas)/Tasmania U18/Scotch College (Vic)/W Bulldogs 13

1 126 60

0 84

KEMP Brodie

17 193 88 1/5/2001

****

17/2019 Echuca (Vic)/Geelong Grammar (Vic)/Bendigo U18

0

0

0

0

0

KENNEDY Matthew

7 190 92 6/4/1997

2016

TR/2017 Collingullie-Glenfield Park (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18/GWS

10 0 41

22

0 21

KREUZER Matthew

8 200 101 13/5/1989 2008

1/2007 Bundoora (Vic)/Northern U18

0

0

15

1 189 189 0 94

LANG Darcy

16 182 82 21/11/1995 2014

TR/2017 Colac (Vic)/Geelong U18/Geelong

8

0 63

19

0 42

MACREADIE Harrison

26 198 91 11/4/1998

47/2016 Henty (NSW)/Kings School (NSW)

1

0

9

9

0

0

13 0 48

41

0

0

2017

22 193 93 7/12/1996 2015 TR/2016 Benalla (Vic)/Murray U18/GWS 21 186 81 29/1/1995 2014 PD/2020 Towns (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Gold Coast

16

1 98

1

4 85

11 191 89 11/10/1994 2016 TR/2018 North Albany (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Adelaide

16

1 65

17

1 90

10 204 100 24/12/1997 2017

20 0 35

35

0 50

0

0

0

0

19

1 269 269 0 185

47 193 92 3/9/1996

10/2015 Warragul (Vic)/Gippsland U18

2016 PSS/2020 Aberfeldie (Vic)/Calder U18/Richmond

3 180 80 19/7/1987 2006

1/2005 Beverley Hills (Vic)/Whitefriars College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

NEWMAN Nic

24 187 81 15/1/1993

NEWNES Jack

32 185 83 24/2/1993 2012 DFA/2019 Ivanhoe (Vic)/Northern U18/St Kilda

Patrick Cripps 17 O’BRIEN Lochie 4 185 Marc Murphy 11 O’DWYER Finbar 38 192 Sam Petrevski-Seton 11 OWIES Matthew 44 180 Jacob Weitering 9 PETREVSKI-SETON Sam 5 182 Zac Fisher 8 PHILLIPS Fraser 39 188

2017 TR/2018 Mornington (Vic)/Frankston (VFL)/Sydney

77 18/9/1999 2018

20 1

10/2017 South Mildura (Vic)/Bendigo U18

82 24/7/2000 **** 66/2018 Yarrawonga (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Murray U18 80 19/3/1997

**** RD/2019 Camberwell (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)

80 19/2/1998 2017

8

5

0 14 1 56

TACKLES

17 0 35

35

0

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

22

1 65

65

0 19

Jacob Weitering Ed Curnow Paddy Dow Will Setterfield Patrick Cripps

**** RD/2020 Warragul (Vic)/St Paul’s Grammar (Vic)/Gippsland U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Marc Murphy Sam Docherty Patrick Cripps Kade Simpson Sam Walsh

PITTONET Marc

27 202 103 3/6/1996

2016 TR/2019 Kew Comets (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/Hawthorn 2

0

7

0

0

0

PLOWMAN Lachie

20 193 89 11/9/1994 2013

TR/2015 Macedon (Vic)/Calder U18/GWS

1 95

75

0

1

INTERCEPT POSS. Sam Petrevski-Seton Sam Docherty Jacob Weitering Liam Jones Kade Simpson

9 9 8 7 7

21

POLSON Cameron

29 178 79 11/3/1998

2017

59/2016 St Peter’s (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Sandringham U18

3

0 16

16

0

4

RAMSAY Sam

33 182 71 21/3/2001

****

47/2019 Gisborne (Vic)/Maribyrnong College (Vic)/Calder U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

SETTERFIELD Will

43 192 85 5/2/1998

2017 TR/2018 Albury (NSW)/Scots School (NSW)/Sandringham U18/GWS

18

1

21

19

0

6

SILVAGNI Ben

37 196 87 7/5/2000

****

70/2018 Greythorn (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

SILVAGNI Jack

1 194 89 17/12/1997 2016

53/2015 Greythorn (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

17

1

61

61

2 47

SIMPSON Kade

6 183 73 5/5/1984 2003 45/2002 Emerald (Vic)/Eastern U18

18

1 326 326 0 138

STOCKER Liam

13 184 85 23/1/2000 2019

WALSH Sam

18 184 81 2/7/2000

WEITERING Jacob

23 196 99 23/11/1997 2016

WILLIAMSON Tom

31 190 84 12/12/1998 2017

2019

19/2018 East Sandr (Vic)/Old H’bury (Vic)/H’bury College (Vic)/Sandr U18 5

0

5

5

0

0

1 23

23

0

6

77

77

0 10

0 17

17

0

1/2018 St Joseph’s, Geel (Vic)/St Joseph’s College, Geel (Vic)/Geel U18

22

1/2015 Mt Martha (Vic)/Peninsula Grammar (Vic)/Dandenong U18

20 1

61/2016 Ararat (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

Patrick Cripps 10 Marc Murphy 5 Ed Curnow 4 Sam Petrevski-Seton 3 Kade Simpson 3

1

**** 20/2019 St Mary’s, G’borough (Vic)/Loyola College (Vic)/Northern U18

2

10 9 7 7 6

OTHER

21

34 186 78 4/8/2001

3 2 1 1 1

CLEARANCES

52

PHILP Sam

4.1 2.1 2.1 2.0 1.1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Jack Martin Patrick Cripps Marc Murphy Ed Curnow Levi Casboult

20 1 156

UNCONTESTED POSS. 18 17 15 11 11

74 15/5/2001

6/2016 Halls Creek (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

Jack Martin Jack Silvagni David Cuningham Levi Casboult Mitch McGovern

0

FISHER Zac

27/2016 York Roos (WA)/Guildford (WA)/Perth (WAFL)

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

0

DOW Paddy

MURPHY Marc

POSSESSION

GOALS

BETTS Eddie

Patrick Cripps 16 MARCHBANK Caleb Marc Murphy 14 MARTIN Jack Sam Docherty 9 McGOVERN Mitch Sam Petrevski-Seton 8 McKAY Harry Kade Simpson 7 MOORE Callum CONTESTED POSS.

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

TOTAL

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

3 3 2 2 2

INSIDE 50s Patrick Cripps Marc Murphy Sam Walsh Zac Fisher Jack Newnes

7 6 6 5 4

1

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

MTs from

M.Kreuzer

16

M.Pittonet

2

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

12.3 7.9 4.4 49.6 60.9 192.5

67.2

32.8 29.6 8.6 29.1

227

9.5 1.5 8.0 33.3 63.2 13.3

73.7

26.3 24.5 7.5 30.6 563

13.1

60.1

39.9

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

29.0

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

MTs from

P.Cripps

21

28.1 10.8 17.3 54.2 71.1 270.8

59.8

40.2

3.3 8.6 6.0

7

S.Walsh

23

24.9 13.4 11.5 53.1 64.4 315.1

38.0

62.0

3.2 3.2 3.0

346

E.Curnow

23

22.3 12.0 10.2 46.9 62.9 299.6

46.6

53.4

3.1 4.6 5.0

125

M.Murphy

20

25.5 14.6 10.9 58.4 68.0 383.7

34.8

65.2

3.9 3.5 3.3

144

Z.Fisher

22

17.5 9.1 8.4 53.0 67.3 267.7

39.7

60.3

2.9 3.0 2.7

201

J.Newnes

21

17.0 10.8 6.2 63.4 70.1 310.2

33.4

66.6

3.1 1.6 2.6

263

J.Martin

17

18.1 11.5 6.5 55.1 61.6 267.7

46.9

53.1

2.7 3.2 5.3

265

W.Setterfield

19

15.9 9.8 6.1 55.1 62.0 273.8

32.3

67.7

2.9 1.5 3.1

489

P.Dow

20

13.9 7.1 6.8 45.1 64.0 212.7

46.8

53.2

2.6 2.5 2.7

242

L.O’Brien

17

12.4 9.4 3.1 63.5 68.2 259.1

24.5

75.5

2.2 0.6 1.1

433

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

MTs from

E.Betts

21

12.0 7.4 4.6 47.7 62.9 161.3

57.0

43.0

37 21 63.8 106

H.McKay

20

10.4 8.1 2.3 57.8 61.8 225.7

49.1

50.9

26 30 46.4 295

M.McGovern

17

8.4 5.9 2.5 64.0 66.4 157.0

39.9

60.1

23 12 65.7

330

C.Curnow

11

12.3 10.5 1.8 54.8 55.6 304.8

55.7

44.3

18

8 69.2

240

L.Casboult

21

11.4 8.0 3.3 58.6 63.6 152.5

48.3

51.7

17

11 60.7

267

M.Gibbons

22

14.3 9.0 5.3 56.8 64.1 272.7

33.3

66.7

16 14 53.3

417

J.Silvagni

18

13.4 8.3 5.1 54.0 65.1 213.8

41.3

58.7

15 12 55.6 333

M.Kennedy

10

10.7 6.2 4.5 61.3 71.0 153.6

48.6

51.4

11

5 68.8 401

D.Cuningham

10

15.2 7.2 8.0 56.9 64.5 261.0

40.5

59.5

9

6 60.0 456

D.Lang

8

7.9 5.5 2.4 65.9 68.3 127.9

36.4

63.6

5

5 50.0 467

C.Polson

3

7.0 3.7 3.3 36.4 57.1 92.8

47.4

52.6

1

1 50.0 500

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

50.5

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

MTs from

N.Newman

21

21.0 16.1 4.9 73.2 75.5 467.3

27.4

72.6

6.4 2.1 3.2

270

S.Petrevski-Seton

23

19.1 11.1 8.0 64.5 71.1 234.2 42.4

57.6

1.8 0.8 4.3

188

K.Simpson

19

20.3 14.6 5.7 71.2 75.4 406.8

30.5

69.5

5.6 0.9 2.4

151

L.Plowman

22

14.2 10.2 4.0 73.3 76.6 223.4

36.2

63.8

3.5 4.0 2.2

259

J.Weitering

21

13.1 10.0 3.1 73.8 77.5 228.1

42.3

57.7

3.7 6.4 1.5

234

C.Marchbank

13

13.2 9.2 4.1 68.9 75.6 210.0

36.6

63.4

2.8 3.7 2.1

418

L.Jones

14

8.9 6.6 2.4 80.4 80.8 123.9

57.6

42.4

2.6 7.4 2.0

214

L.Stocker

5

13.6 8.4 5.2 73.8 77.9 192.5

34.5

65.5

2.4 1.0 1.8

593

S.Docherty

1

26.0 17.0 9.0 58.8 69.2 583.7

32.0

68.0

9.0 2.0 1.0

595

T.Williamson

2

11.5 6.0 5.5 58.3 69.6 66.4 21.7 78.3 1.5 3.0 1.5 624

H.Goddard

2

6.0 4.0 2.0 37.5 50.0 27.1

H.Macreadie

1

2.0 2.0 0.0 100.0 100.0 66.1 100.0 0.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 636

AFL average

16.0

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

36.4 33.4

63.6 0.0 2.5 1.5 66.6

3.3

3.3

612

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

30.30 (210) v Hawthorn, R2, 1969, Princes Park

LOWEST SCORE

0.6 (6) v Collingwood, R5, 1898, Victoria Park

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

140 points v St Kilda, R2, 1985, Moorabbin

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

18 games – round 10, 1995 to round 2, 1996

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

OVERALL RECORD: 2514 games – 1430 wins, 1050 losses, 34 draws GRAND FINALS: 29 PREMIERSHIPS: 16 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

14 games – round 6, 1901 to round 2, 1902; round 12, 2007 to round 3, 2008

MOST GAMES

L

D

39 19 20 0 51 29 22 0 257 127 126 4 248 124 118 6 197 120 72 5 34 14 20 0 220 117 101 2 12 7 5 0 9 3 6 0 167 103 64 0 213 118 93 2 156 97 59 0 32 13 18 1 222 125 95 2 221 163 56 2 229 129 94 6 14 13 1 0 45 21 24 0 148 88 56 4

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

MCG

433 201 227 5

Marvel Stadium

143

50

93

0

GMHBA Stadium

44

23

21

0

SCG

29 11 18 0

Gabba

21 8 13 0

Metricon Stadium

12

Adelaide Oval

4 0 4 0

Giants Stadium

4 0 4 0

Optus Stadium

2

1

1

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

2

0

2

0

5

7

0

Blundstone Arena 1 0 1 0 TIO Stadium

1 0 1 0

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

0

0

0

0

Craig Bradley Bruce Doull John Nicholls Kade Simpson* Stephen Silvagni Justin Madden

(375) (356) (328) (326) (312) (287)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Bruce Doull Kade Simpson* Jim Francis Simon Beaumont

(162) (158) (142) (133)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

2 John Nicholls 11 Bruce Doull 21 Craig Bradley 25 Alex Jesaulenko 28 Peter Jones 42 Robert Walls 43 Anthony Koutoufides 44 Justin Madden#

(328) (329) (375) (279 – Carl & St K) (249) (218) (278) (332 – Ess & Carl)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Stephen Kernahan John Nicholls Craig Bradley Marc Murphy* Chris Judd

(226) (188) (116) (111) (105)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

David Parkin Percy Bentley Ron Barassi Jack Worrall

MOST GOALS

Stephen Kernahan Harry Vallence Brendan Fevola Alex Jesaulenko

(355) (281) (147) (144) (738) (722) (575) (424)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

13 Horrie Clover (v St Kilda, round 12, 1921, Junction Oval) 12 Greg Kennedy (v Hawthorn, round 21, 1972, Princes Park) 12 Ross Ditchburn (v St Kilda, round 16, 1982, Waverley Park)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Bert Deacon (1947), John James (1961), Gordon Collis (1964), Greg Williams (1994), Chris Judd (2010)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Ron Barassi (also Melb, coach Melb, Carl, N Melb, Syd), John Nicholls (also coach Carl), Alex Jesaulenko (also coach Carl, also player/ coach St K) INDUCTEES: George Coulthard, Harry Vallence, Horrie Clover (also coach Carl), Rod McGregor, Bruce Doull, Geoff Southby, Stephen Kernahan, Stephen Silvagni, David Parkin (also Haw, coach Haw, Carl, Fitz), Craig Bradley, Robert Walls (also Fitz, coach Carl, Fitz, Bris, Rich), Ken Hands (also coach Carl), Peter Bedford (also S Melb), Peter McKenna (also Coll), Greg Williams (also Geel, Syd), Jack Worrall (coach Carl, also Fitz, coach Ess), Dan Minogue (coach Carl, also Coll, Rich, Haw, coach Rich, Haw, St K, Fitz), Sir Kenneth Luke (admin), Ern Henfry, Anthony Koutoufides, Wayne Johnston, Ken Hunter, Mick Malthouse (coach Carl, also St K, Rich, coach WB, WCE, Coll)

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Stephen Silvagni (full-back), John Nicholls (back pocket), Bruce Doull (half-back), Alex Jesaulenko (half-forward), Ron Barassi (ruck-rover), Greg Williams (interchange)

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Syd Jackson (half-forward flank)

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

1906: Mick Grace (45) 1918: Ern Cowley (35) 1922: Horrie Clover (54) 1931: Harry Vallence (72)

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

PREMIERSHIPS

1906, 1907, 1908, 1914, 1915, 1938, 1945, 1947, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1995

RUNNERS-UP

1904, 1909, 1910, 1916, 1921, 1932, 1949, 1962, 1969, 1973, 1986, 1993, 1999

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1969, 1979, 1985, 1987, 1995

WOODEN SPOONS

2002, 2005, 2006, 2015, 2018

FINALS

139 games – 65 wins, 72 losses, 2 draws

MOST FINALS

Bruce Doull Stephen Silvagni Rod McGregor

(29) (26) (25)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Stephen Kernahan Harry Vallence Alex Jesaulenko

(65) (53) (40)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

28.9 (177) v Richmond, GF, 1972

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

3.5 (23) v Collingwood, SF, 1903

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

88 points v Collingwood, 1SF, 1931

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

97 points v Brisbane, 2SF, 1996

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

1961: Tom Carroll (54) 2006: Brendan Fevola (84) 2009: Brendan Fevola (86)

11 Harry Vallence v Collingwood, 1SF, 1931; v Collingwood, PF, 1932

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

Eight games (1906-09)

PREMIERSHIP COACH MEDALLISTS

Five games (1916-19; 1921-28; 1949-59; 1973-76)

Wayne Harmes (1979), Bruce Doull (1981), David Rhys-Jones (1987), Greg Williams (1995) Jack Worrall (1906-08), Norman Clark (1914-15), Brighton Diggins (1938), Percy Bentley (1945, 1947)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Ron Barassi (1968, 1970), John Nicholls (1972), Alex Jesaulenko (1979), David Parkin (1981-82, 1995), Robert Walls (1987)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

Craig Bradley (1997), Brendan Fevola (2005), Nick Stevens (2007)

JIM STYNES MEDALLISTS

Stephen Silvagni (1998), Kade Simpson* (2008)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Sam Walsh* (2019)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Greg Williams (1994), Anthony Koutoufides (2000), Chris Judd (2011), Patrick Cripps* (2019)

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

126 games – 67 wins, 59 losses Premierships 1983, 1997, 2005, 2007

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1984 (12,774), 1985 (13,317), 1986 (14,905), 1987 (9227), 1988 (11,936), 1989 (10,600), 1990 (10,978), 1991 (12,736), 1992 (12,354), 1993 (14,445), 1994 (18,308), 1995 (18,032), 1996 (23,278), 1997 (24,984), 1998 (25,402), 1999 (25,719), 2000 (27,571), 2001 (27,725), 2002 (26,385), 2003 (33,525), 2004 (32,095), 2005 (33,534), 2006 (28,756), 2007 (35,431), 2008 (39,360), 2009 (42,408), 2010 (40,480), 2011 (43,791), 2012 (45,800), 2013 (50,564), 2014 (47,485), 2015 (47,305), 2016 (50,130), 2017 (50,326), 2018 (56,005), 2019 (64,269) * denotes current player or coach # equal with Corey Enright (Geel)

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PLAYER LIST

MARKS Jeremy Howe Steele Sidebottom Brody Mihocek Jack Crisp Chris Mayne

9 9 8 7 7

HANDBALLS Chris Mayne Steele Sidebottom Scott Pendlebury John Noble Brodie Grundy

16 15 12 11 11

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Taylor Adams Brodie Grundy Jeremy Howe Chris Mayne Tyler Brown

14 13 11 8 7

UNCONTESTED POSS. Steele Sidebottom Chris Mayne Scott Pendlebury John Noble Jeremy Howe

21 20 17 15 14

INTERCEPT POSS. Jeremy Howe Chris Mayne John Noble Darcy Moore Brayden Maynard

12 5 4 4 3

2012 2018 2009 **** **** 2014 2017 2020 2018 2016 2012 2017 2015 2006 2012 2009 2013 2012 2011 **** **** 2014 **** 2018 2015 2008 2018 2015 2018 2019 2006 2016 2019 **** 2007 2010 **** 2015 2009 2018 2018 2013 **** 2012 2007 2016 ****

TR/2013 RD/2018 TR/2018 45/2019 77/2018 RD/2019 35/2016 50/2017 TR/2019 RE/2017 TR/2014 57/2016 5/2014 PSS/2020 TR/2011 TR/2014 18/2012 TR/2016 TR/2015 RD/2019 29/2018 65/2013 RE/2019 RD/2018 30/2014 UFA/2016 RD/2018 9/2014 39/2017 MD/2019 5/2005 58/2015 13/2018 40/2019 8/2006 TR/2018 55/2019 6/2013 11/2008 32/2015 6/2017 RE/2018 RD/2019 TR/2015 TR/2014 63/2015 RD/2020

St Joseph’s, Geel (Vic)/St Joseph’s Coll, Geel (Vic)/Geel U18/GWS 12 Cohuna/ (Vic)/North Ballarat (VFL)/Greater Western Victoria U18 1 Southport (Qld)/Collingwood/Brisbane 9 Doncaster (Vic)/Marcellin College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 Booroondara (Vic)/CBC, St Kilda (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 Port District (SA)/Port Adelaide (SANFL) 0 Beverley Hills (Vic)/Marcellin College(Vic)/Eastern U18 22 Templestowe (Vic)/Eastern U18 0 North Albany (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Sydney 0 Oklahoma State University (USA) 14 Myrtleford (Vic)/Murray U18/Brisbane 24 Greythorn (Vic)/Bulleen-Templestowe (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 5 Ashburton (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 17 Moonee Valley (Vic)/Calder U18/Melbourne 0 Euroa (Vic)/Murray U18 16 North Whyalla (SA)/Port Adelaide (SANFL)/North Melb 17 Unley (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 24 North Sunshine (Vic)/Western U18/GWS 19 Dodges Ferry (Tas)/Hobart (Tas)/Melbourne 21 County Cork (Ireland) 0 Glen Iris (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Old Melburnians (Vic)/Sandr U18 9 Jindera Bulldogs (NSW)/Albury (NSW)/Murray U18 0 Barossa District (SA) 4 Hampton Rovers (Vic)/Sandringham U18 24 Belmont (WA)/Perth (WAFL)/Fremantle 21 Burnie (Tas)/Tas U18/Maribrynong Pk (Vic)/Werribee (VFL)/Pt Melb (VFL) 24 Kew Comets (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 17 East Sandringham (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)/Sandr U18 0 Plympton (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL) 5 Sale (Vic)/Gippsland U18 24 Beverley Hills (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 24 East Doncaster (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 4 South Warrnambool (Vic)/Warrnambool College (Vic)/GWV U18 0 Wangaratta Rovers (Vic)/Murray U18 8 Lake Wendouree (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/Western Bulldogs 24 Booragoon (WA)/Aquinas College (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) 0 PHOS Camden (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL) 7 Congupna (Vic)/Murray U18 23 Banyule (Vic)/Marcellin College (Vic)/Northern U18 6 Ferntree Gully (Vic)/Eastern U18 14 Redland (Qld)/Gold Coast U18 22 County Derry (Ireland) 0 Noble Park (Vic)/Dandenong U18/GWS 24 Smithfield (SA)/Central District (SANFL)/Geelong 16 Old Scotch (Vic)/Collingwood (VFL) 9 East Sandringham (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic) 0

2020

16 16 15 13 13

20/9/1993 21/1/1999 12/2/1990 20/1/2001 17/9/2000 22/3/1994 27/4/1998 9/12/1999 18/7/1995 14/3/1991 2/10/1993 26/11/1998 15/3/1996 14/5/1987 21/8/1992 19/2/1989 15/4/1994 2/9/1993 29/6/1990 17/3/2000 16/8/2000 9/6/1994 12/9/1998 25/4/1993 20/9/1996 2/11/1988 4/2/1993 25/1/1996 15/12/1999 25/3/1997 7/1/1988 7/5/1996 15/1/2000 10/6/2001 29/4/1989 3/11/1990 3/11/2001 18/9/1995 2/1/1991 12/12/1997 15/1/1999 1/10/1991 14/12/1999 9/3/1993 10/4/1988 20/5/1993 24/6/1997

TOTAL

KICKS Taylor Adams Jeremy Howe Brayden Maynard Chris Mayne Scott Pendlebury

ADAMS Taylor 13 181 83 APPLEBY Flynn 31 187 86 BEAMS Dayne 11 187 87 BIANCO Trent 34 180 72 BOSENAVULAGI Atu 40 180 83 BROOMHEAD Tim 29 182 84 BROWN Callum 17 178 77 BROWN Tyler 6 188 79 CAMERON Darcy 14 204 101 COX Mason 46 211 108 CRISP Jack 25 190 89 DAICOS Josh 26 178 79 DE GOEY Jordan 2 188 92 DUNN Lynden 15 192 102 ELLIOTT Jamie 5 178 78 GREENWOOD Levi 19 181 86 GRUNDY Brodie 4 203 105 HOSKIN-ELLIOTT Will 32 186 80 HOWE Jeremy 38 190 86 KEANE Mark 47 194 95 KELLY Will 27 194 84 LANGDON Tom 8 190 85 LYNCH Max 45 200 100 MADGEN Jack 44 192 95 MAYNARD Brayden 37 189 93 MAYNE Chris 16 188 82 MIHOCEK Brody 41 192 98 MOORE Darcy 30 203 101 MURPHY Nathan 28 190 85 NOBLE John 9 180 71 PENDLEBURY Scott 10 191 90 PHILLIPS Tom 21 187 80 QUAYNOR Isaac 3 180 82 RANTALL Jay 35 184 81 REID Ben 20 196 98 ROUGHEAD Jordan 23 200 100 RUSCOE Trey 39 192 87 SCHARENBERG Matthew 12 191 88 SIDEBOTTOM Steele 22 184 84 SIER Brayden 36 191 90 STEPHENSON Jaidyn 1 188 75 THOMAS Josh 24 178 77 TOHILL Anton 43 191 89 TRELOAR Adam 7 182 89 VARCOE Travis 18 180 86 WILLS Rupert 33 192 91 WILSON Tom 48 194 84

THIS CLUB

29 26 26 25 25

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

TOTAL

Chris Mayne Taylor Adams Steele Sidebottom Jeremy Howe Scott Pendlebury

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

133 10 177 0 0 36 36 1 1 59 135 18 89 196 106 152 133 120 184 0 0 89 0 9 98 218 41 72 2 6 302 75 4 0 150 163 0 38 235 18 40 90 0 163 221 15 0

102 10 119 0 0 36 36 1 0 59 117 18 89 31 106 78 133 68 84 0 0 89 0 9 98 46 41 72 2 6 302 75 4 0 150 25 0 38 235 18 40 90 0 84 83 15 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

51 0 172 0 0 27 14 0 0 73 47 9 119 98 165 56 44 122 89 0 0 3 0 0 15 207 68 61 0 0 178 39 0 0 70 35 0 0 161 4 62 85 0 96 170 1 0

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Brody Mihocek Josh Daicos Mason Cox Brodie Grundy Jordan De Goey

3.0 2.0 2.0 1.3 1.2

SCORE ASSISTS Brody Mihocek Brodie Grundy Josh Thomas Tyler Brown Steele Sidebottom

4 2 2 1 1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Brodie Grundy Brody Mihocek Steele Sidebottom Chris Mayne Scott Pendlebury

9 8 8 8 6

OTHER CLEARANCES Taylor Adams Brodie Grundy Jordan De Goey Scott Pendlebury Will Hoskin-Elliott

12 4 4 3 2

TACKLES Taylor Adams Josh Daicos Jeremy Howe Steele Sidebottom Scott Pendlebury

5 5 4 4 4

INSIDE 50s Jack Crisp Jordan De Goey Brodie Grundy Brody Mihocek Jamie Elliott

6 6 5 4 4

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS B.Grundy

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking 25

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS A.Treloar

21.2 9.8 11.4 54.7 67.4 195.0

62.0

38.0 42.4 12.2 28.8

13.1

60.1

39.9

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

2

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking 24

32.9 14.0 18.9 55.5 70.7 324.7

41.0

59.0

4.0 6.0 4.9

19

S.Pendlebury

25

27.2 14.3 12.9 65.9 75.1 386.9

35.7

64.3

4.9 4.3 4.6

25

S.Sidebottom

24

25.8 14.6 11.2 64.9 72.7 374.1

30.0

70.0

3.6 2.4 3.7

53

T.Phillips

25

23.4 15.1 8.3 55.4 64.9 418.0

31.6

68.4

3.2 1.6 2.2

183

C.Mayne

22

19.6 10.5 9.0 78.9 82.8 157.4

30.5

69.5

1.0 1.4 2.5

233

T.Adams

13

24.5 14.6 9.9 57.9 67.1 353.7

41.3

58.8

4.0 6.1 5.1

49

D.Beams

9

25.1 13.8 11.3 59.7 70.8 338.6

32.6

67.4

3.9 4.6 2.1

200

R.Wills

9

15.7 5.3 10.3 68.8 78.0 82.0

43.8

56.3

1.2 2.8 7.4

507

J.Daicos

6

16.5 7.8 8.7 51.1 71.7 190.8 27.7 72.3 1.3 1.3 3.0 485

B.Sier

6

14.3 5.8 8.5 42.9 61.6 168.2

T.Brown

1

AFL average

FORWARDS

56.3

43.7

2.2 3.0 3.7

388 623

15.0 4.0 11.0 25.0 60.0 93.4

43.8

56.3

1.0 1.0 3.0

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

B.Mihocek

25

13.0 8.9 4.2 65.3 70.6 276.0

42.9

57.1

39 26 60.0

148

J.De Goey

18

16.6 11.8 4.8 54.9 60.9 323.7

44.9

55.1

35 24 59.3

64

J.Elliott

17

12.0 9.0 3.0 64.1 70.1 186.0

32.4

67.6

27 19 58.7

427

J.Stephenson

14

15.6 11.3 4.4 60.8 66.2 260.1

33.2

66.8

24 13 64.9

187

J.Thomas

23

14.2 6.9 7.3 59.7 72.2 157.7

35.6

64.4

22 11 66.7

162

M.Cox

15

9.1 5.5 3.5 61.4 69.9 115.9

61.0

39.0

21 10 67.7

219

W.Hoskin-Elliott

20

14.9 10.3 4.7 68.3 73.2 242.6

28.8

71.2

20

226

C.Brown

23

14.6 7.2 7.4 55.4 71.1 193.5 34.1

65.9

12 13 48.0 262

B.Reid

8

9.6 5.6 4.0 62.2 68.8 152.1

59.8

40.2

11

7 61.1

458

T.Varcoe

16

12.4 5.9 6.6 62.8 77.4 144.3

36.5

63.5

9

6 60.0

210

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

8 71.4

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

J.Crisp

25

25.2 14.3 10.9 61.6 70.4 373.1

32.7

67.3

2.5 1.7 3.3

74

B.Maynard

25

18.9 13.0 5.9 79.1 77.4 397.1

29.7

70.3

4.0 1.6 3.8

207

J.Howe

22

17.7 12.9 4.8 83.1 84.6 334.1

34.4

65.6

5.4 4.8 1.5

87

J.Roughead

25

11.5 6.8 4.7 79.4 81.6 145.7

34.4

65.6

2.6 6.0 1.8

247

D.Moore

18

14.6 9.2 5.4 77.7 81.7 248.3 50.2

49.8

4.8 6.4 1.4

321

L.Greenwood

17

14.8 9.4 5.4 75.6 78.1 194.9

25.7

74.3

1.9 2.2 2.5

381

T.Langdon

9

17.9 7.8 10.1 84.3 83.2 142.9

36.1

63.9

2.2 3.3 2.0

249

J.Noble

6

18.7 10.5 8.2 58.7 67.0 249.6 19.5 80.5 1.7 0.2 2.3 579

M.Scharenberg

7

14.7 7.9 6.9 81.8 84.5 181.4

26.7

73.3

2.9 5.4 1.0

375

I.Quaynor

4

14.5 8.8 5.8 68.6 75.9 257.6

35.6

64.4

2.0 2.3 2.5

567

J.Madgen

5

9.6 5.6 4.0 75.0 83.3 127.4

29.8

70.2

1.2 4.0 1.4

523

F.Appleby

1

7.0 3.0 4.0 33.3 71.4 29.8 42.9 57.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 550

AFL average

16.0

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

33.4

66.6

3.3

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

32.19 (211) v St Kilda, R17, 1980, Waverley Park

LOWEST SCORE

0.8 (8) v South Melbourne, R11, 1897, Victoria Park

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

178 points v St Kilda, R4, 1979, Victoria Park

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

20 games – SF replay, 1928 to R18, 1929

OVERALL RECORD: 2558 games – 1547 wins, 984 losses, 27 draws GRAND FINALS: 44 PREMIERSHIPS: 15 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

13 games – R17, 1998 to R7, 1999

MOST GAMES

L

D

43 27 15 1 47 28 19 0 257 126 127 4 239 132 103 4 209 131 75 3 31 19 12 0 234 133 100 1 9 7 2 0 10 6 4 0 165 97 68 0 238 150 83 5 161 107 52 2 31 16 15 0 211 119 91 1 220 159 59 2 227 142 84 1 14 13 0 1 54 25 28 1 158 110 47 1

Tony Shaw Gordon Coventry Scott Pendlebury* Wayne Richardson Len Thompson Scott Burns

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Jock McHale (191) Tarkyn Lockyer (136) Wayne Richardson (131) Jack Crisp* (123 – current seq.) Dane Swan (121)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

22 Tony Shaw 33 David Cloke 48 Mal Michael

D

637 336 293 8

MOST GOALS

Marvel Stadium

87

51

36

0

GMHBA Stadium

41

22

19

0

SCG

24 9 15 0

Gabba

21 10 11 0

Metricon Stadium

11

9

2

0

Adelaide Oval

6

2

4

0

Giants Stadium

5

3

2

0

Optus Stadium

3

2

1

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

1

1

0

0

P

W

L

Blundstone Arena 0 0 0 0 Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

0

0

0

0

(161) (153) (150) (123) (116)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

MCG

Venue

(308) (290 – Coll & Rich) (61)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Nathan Buckley Syd Coventry Scott Pendlebury* Tony Shaw Wayne Richardson Jock McHale Mick Malthouse Phonse Kyne Leigh Matthews

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES

(313) (306) (302) (277) (268) (264)

Gordon Coventry Peter McKenna Dick Lee Peter Daicos

(714) (286) (272) (224) (1299) (838) (707) (549)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

17 Gordon Coventry (v Fitzroy, R12, 1930, Victoria Park) 16 Gordon Coventry (v Hawthorn, R13, 1929, Victoria Park) 16 Peter McKenna (v South Melbourne, R19, 1969, Victoria Park) 15 Gordon Coventry (v Essendon, R11, 1933, Victoria Park)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Syd Coventry (1927), Albert Collier (1929), Harry Collier (1930 tied), Marcus Whelan (1939), Des Fothergill (1940 tied), Len Thompson (1972), Peter Moore (1979), Nathan Buckley (2003 tied), Dane Swan (2011)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Gordon Coventry, Leigh Matthews (coach Coll, also Haw, also coach Bris), Jock McHale (also coach Coll) INDUCTEES: Albert Collier (also Fitz), Bob Rose (also coach Coll, Foots), Bruce Andrew (admin), Charlie H. Pannam (also Rich, coach Rich), Dan Minogue (also Rich, Haw, coach Rich, Haw, Carl, St K, Fitz), Dick Lee, Harry Collier, Jack Regan, Jack Hamilton (admin), Phonse Kyne (also coach Coll), Syd Coventry (also coach Foots), Des Fothergill, Len Fitzgerald, Lou Richards, Len Thompson (also S Melb, Fitz), Tom Hafey (coach Coll, also Rich, coach Rich, Geel, Syd), Peter Daicos, Peter McKenna (also Carl), Wayne Richardson, Peter Moore (also Melb), Murray Weideman (also coach Coll), John Cahill (coach Coll), Gavin Brown, Des Tuddenham (also playing coach Ess, coach S Melb), Tony Shaw (also coach Coll), Dermott Brereton (also Haw, Syd), Nathan Buckley (also Bris, coach Coll), Ron Todd, Brad Hardie (also Bris, WB), Mick Malthouse (coach Coll, also St K, Rich, coach WB, WCE, Carl)

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

1898: Archie Smith (31) 1903: Teddy Lockwood (33) 1905: Charlie H. Pannam (38) 1907-09: Dick Lee (45, 50, 55) 1914: Dick Lee (57) 1916-17: Dick Lee (46, 50) 1919: Dick Lee (47) 1926-30: Gordon Coventry (78, 88, 78, 118, 105) 1933: Gordon Coventry (108) 1938-39: Ron Todd (102, 98) 1946: Des Fothergill (63)

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

1958: Ian Brewer (67) 1972-1973: Peter McKenna (130, 84) 1986: Brian Taylor (100)

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

RUNNERS-UP

1901, 1905, 1911, 1915, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1925, 1926, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1952, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1966, 1970, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 2002, 2003, 2011, 2018

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1959, 1960, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1970, 2010, 2011

WOODEN SPOONS

1976, 1999

FINALS

183 games – 80 wins, 98 losses, 5 draws

MOST FINALS

Gordon Coventry Harry Collier Albert Collier Alan Didak Scott Pendlebury* Tony Shaw Dick Lee Len Thompson

(31) (27) (26) (23) (23) (22) (22) (22)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Gordon Coventry Dick Lee Ron Todd Peter McKenna

(111) (62) (55) (46)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

23.15 (153) v Fitzroy, EF, 1984

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

1.5 (11) v Fitzroy, PF, 1898

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

69 points v W Bulldogs, EF, 1974

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

133 points v Essendon, PF, 1984

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

11 Ron Todd v Geelong, PF, 1938; Ron Todd v St Kilda, PF, 1939

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Tony Shaw (1990), Nathan Buckley (2002), Scott Pendlebury* (2010)

Six games (1935-37)

PREMIERSHIP COACH MEDALLISTS

Seven games (1904-09)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

98 games – 48 wins, 50 losses Premierships 1979, 2011

George Angus (1910), Jock McHale (1917, 1919, 1927-30, 1935-36) Phonse Kyne (1953, 1958), Leigh Matthews (1990), Mick Malthouse (2010)

JIM STYNES MEDALLIST

Dane Swan (2010)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLIST

Heath Shaw (2011)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Jaidyn Stephenson* (2018)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Darren Millane (1990), Dane Swan (2010)

PREMIERSHIPS

1902, 1903, 1910, 1917, 1919, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1935, 1936, 1953, 1958, 1990, 2010

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1984 (16,313), 1985 (16,857), 1986 (13,971), 1987 (9,500), 1988 (11,985), 1989 (13,620), 1990 (14,808), 1991 (18,469), 1992 (18,921), 1993 (21,882), 1994 (20,843), 1995 (22,543), 1996 (20,752), 1997 (22,761), 1998 (27,099), 1999 (32,358), 2000 (28,932), 2001 (31,455), 2002 (32,549), 2003 (40,455), 2004 (41,128), 2005 (38,612), 2006 (38,038), 2007 (38,357), 2008 (42,498), 2009 (45,972), 2010 (57,408), 2011 (71,271), 2012 (72,688), 2013 (78,427), 2014 (79,347), 2015 (75,037), 2016 (74,643), 2017 (75,879), 2018 (75,507), 2019 (85,226) * denotes current player or coach

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PLAYER LIST

MARKS Michael Hurley Mason Redman Jordan Ridley Kyle Langford Adam Saad

11 9 9 8 6

HANDBALLS Dylan Shiel Will Snelling Adam Saad Zach Merrett Andrew McGrath

14 13 13 13 11

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Dylan Shiel Andrew McGrath Zach Merrett Devon Smith Jacob Townsend

13 11 10 8 7

UNCONTESTED POSS. Adam Saad Dylan Shiel David Zaharakis Mason Redman Matt Guelfi

22 19 15 14 14

INTERCEPT POSS. Andrew McGrath Adam Saad Tom Cutler Dylan Shiel Will Snelling

6 5 4 4 4

2019

21 15 12 12 12

TOTAL

KICKS Dylan Shiel Adam Saad Michael Hurley Andrew McGrath Mason Redman

AMBROSE Patrick 29 191 93 BEGLEY Josh 16 188 94 BELLCHAMBERS Tom 2 201 110 BRYAN Nick 24 203 92 CAHILL Ned 28 179 78 CLARKE Dylan 37 188 86 CRAUFORD Henry 47 204 99 CUTLER Tom 12 192 89 DANIHER Joe 6 201 99 DRAPER Sam 38 205 108 FANTASIA Orazio 13 180 72 FRANCIS Aaron 10 193 92 GLEESON Martin 8 190 84 GOWN Noah 32 194 87 GUELFI Matt 35 184 81 HAM Brayden 33 182 72 HEPPELL Dyson 21 189 85 HIBBERD Mitchell 46 190 86 HIRD Tom 49 182 70 HOOKER Cale 26 197 104 HURLEY Michael 18 193 91 JOHNSON Lachlan 36 175 78 JONES Harrison 23 196 78 LANGFORD Kyle 4 192 87 LAVERDE Jayden 15 193 90 McBRIDE Cian 41 197 89 McDONALD-TIPUNGWUTI Anthony 43 171 78 McGRATH Andrew 1 180 82 McKENNA Conor 45 184 88 McKERNAN Shaun 44 198 98 McQUILLAN Ross 39 189 80 MERRETT Zach 7 179 83 MOSQUITO Irving 22 175 79 MUTCH Kobe 19 187 84 PARISH Darcy 3 180 80 PHILLIPS Andrew 34 201 98 REDMAN Mason 27 187 85 RIDLEY Jordan 14 195 89 SAAD Adam 42 178 76 SHIEL Dylan 9 182 84 SMITH Devon 5 176 78 SNELLING Will 40 175 76 STEWART James 17 199 99 STRINGER Jake 25 192 94 TOWNSEND Jacob 20 187 84 ZAHARAKIS David 11 182 77 ZERK-THATCHER Brandon 30 195 89

THIS CLUB

35 28 23 22 18

TOTAL

Dylan Shiel Adam Saad Andrew McGrath Zach Merrett Kyle Langford

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2018

NAME

Xavier College (Vic)/Old Xaverians (Vic)/Essendon (VFL) 20 Upper Ferntree Gully (Vic)/Eastern U18 8 Northern Bombers (Tas)/Tasmania U18 16 Glen Iris (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 Mt Eliza (Vic)/Padua College (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0 Rowville (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Eastern U18 11 Mount Burr (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 0 Greythorn (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/Brisbane 3 Aberfeldie (Vic)/Calder U18 4 Reynella (SA)/South Adelaide (SANFL) 0 Payneham Norwood Union (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 15 Loxton North (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL) 17 Koroit (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 9 Warragul (Vic)/St Paul’s Grammar (Vic)/Gippsland U18 0 Wembley Downs (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 17 St Mary’s, Geelong (Vic)/Geelong U18 5 Leongatha (Vic)/Gippsland U18 18 Clarence (Tas)/North Melb/Williamstown (VFL) 0 Prahran (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic) 0 Melville (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) 18 Macleod (Vic)/Northern U18 19 Strathmore (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 Gisborne (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Calder U18 0 Macleod (Vic)/Ivanhoe Grammar (Vic)/Northern U18 18 Keilor (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Western U18 10 County Meath (Ireland) 0 Tiwi Bombers (NT)/Gippsland U18/Essendon (VFL) 23 East Brighton (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18 23 Eglish/Tyrone (Ireland) 22 Tullamarine (Vic)/Calder U18/Adelaide 16 County Armagh (Ireland) 0 Cobden (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18 23 Halls Creek (WA)/Maffra (Vic)/Gippsland Gram (Vic)/Gipps U18 0 North Broken Hill (NSW)/Wentworth (NSW)/Bendigo U18 1 Winchelsea (Vic)/Geelong U18 21 Lauderdale (Tas)/Tasmania U18/GWS/Carlton 5 Millicent (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL) 20 East Burwood (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 6 West Coburg (Vic)/Calder U18/Coburg (VFL)/Gold Coast 22 Edithvale-Aspendale (Vic)/Caulfield Gram (Vic)/Dand U18/GWS 22 Lara (Vic)/Geelong U18/GWS 7 Goodwood (SA)/West Adelaide (SA)/Port Adel/West Adel (SANFL) 4 Glen Iris (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Sandr U18/GWS 0 Eaglehawk (Vic)/Bendigo U18/Western Bulldogs 19 Leeton-Whitton (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18/GWS/Richmond 1 Eltham (Vic)/Marcellin College (Vic)/Northern U18 20 Imperial, Murray Bridge (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 1

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

87 16 130 0 0 12 0 67 104 0 76 28 78 0 33 5 169 4 0 193 180 0 0 66 41 0 90 65 73 78 0 127 0 4 77 41 26 10 93 158 139 6 45 129 49 208 2

87 16 130 0 0 12 0 1 104 0 76 28 78 0 33 5 169 0 0 193 180 0 0 66 41 0 90 65 73 44 0 127 0 4 77 0 26 10 45 23 30 5 27 40 1 208 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 0 0

23 14 76 0 0 0 0 32 188 0 111 6 5 0 8 3 59 0 0 86 108 0 0 43 31 0 100 15 19 67 0 44 0 1 30 15 1 0 6 73 121 7 55 225 35 125 0

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

1/9/1991 2014 3/7/1998 2017 9/7/1989 2008 22/10/2001 **** 11/1/2001 **** 6/9/1998 2018 7/10/1997 **** 20/2/1995 2014 4/3/1994 2013 28/9/1998 **** 14/9/1995 2014 10/8/1997 2016 25/8/1994 2014 1/2/2000 **** 14/8/1997 2018 25/4/1999 2019 14/5/1992 2011 23/9/1996 2017 28/3/2001 **** 13/10/1988 2008 1/6/1990 2009 7/8/2001 **** 25/2/2001 **** 1/12/1996 2015 12/4/1996 2015 19/4/2001 **** 22/4/1993 2016 2/6/1998 2017 28/3/1996 2015 1/9/1990 2009 18/1/1999 **** 3/10/1995 2014 24/8/2000 **** 18/3/1998 2018 25/7/1997 2016 3/7/1991 2012 26/8/1997 2016 20/10/1998 2018 23/7/1994 2015 9/3/1993 2012 20/5/1993 2012 6/8/1997 2016 4/3/1994 2013 25/4/1994 2013 20/6/1993 2012 21/2/1990 2009 25/8/1998 2019

RE/2014 31/2016 PD/2008 38/2019 56/2019 63/2016 PSS/2020 TR/2019 10/2012 RE/2019 55/2013 6/2015 53/2012 60/2018 76/2017 72/2018 8/2010 RD/2020 PSS/2020 54/2007 5/2008 63/2019 30/2019 17/2014 20/2014 RD/2020 RD/2016 1/2016 RD/2015 RE/2019 RD/2020 26/2013 38/2018 42/2016 5/2015 TR/2019 30/2015 22/2016 TR/2017 TR/2018 TR/2017 MD/2019 TR/2016 TR/2017 PSS/2020 23/2008 66/2017

GOALS

2019

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Jacob Townsend Jake Stringer Devon Smith Will Snelling Orazio Fantasia

3.0 2.3 1.1 1.0 1.0

SCORE ASSISTS Devon Smith Dylan Shiel Orazio Fantasia Jacob Townsend Tom Cutler

2 2 2 1 1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Devon Smith Jacob Townsend Will Snelling Andrew McGrath Jake Stringer

7 6 6 6 6

OTHER CLEARANCES Dylan Shiel Zach Merrett Andrew McGrath Darcy Parish Devon Smith

9 4 3 3 2

TACKLES Andrew McGrath 8 Devon Smith 5 Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti 5 Will Snelling 4 Jake Stringer 4 INSIDE 50s Andrew McGrath Jake Stringer Tom Cutler Devon Smith David Zaharakis

5 5 4 3 3

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

T.Bellchambers

17

11.0 6.5 4.5 58.2 69.0 107.9

61.3

38.7

A.Phillips

5

11.4 6.6 4.8 51.5 63.2 185.8

59.6

40.4 29.4 12.0 40.8 454

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

25.7 9.5 36.8 26.4

7.7

72

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

Z.Merrett

24

28.0 14.5 13.6 55.6 69.2 407.7

D.Shiel

23

26.6 14.4 12.1 54.2 66.9 448.7 43.0 57.0 4.8 5.4 4.8

29

A.McGrath

24

21.1 10.8 10.3 59.2 70.2 273.8

32.8

155

37.5

62.5 67.2

4.7 4.6 5.3 2.5 1.7 2.8

18

D.Heppell

18

26.3 12.8 13.5 58.3 69.6 342.9

43.5

56.5

3.7 3.8 2.9

47

D.Parish

22

20.2 10.4 9.8 61.6 71.2 261.3

41.2

58.8

3.2 3.1 3.7

133

D.Zaharakis

21

20.1 11.8 8.4 67.2 74.0 311.5

31.6

68.4

3.0 1.5 2.7

197

K.Langford

19

17.5 9.0 8.5 65.5 74.1 250.0 39.0

61.0

2.7 2.2 3.1

141

M.Guelfi

18

13.8 8.1 5.8 58.6 66.7 224.7

38.3

61.7

1.7 0.9 2.9

327

D.Clarke

11

15.5 6.2 9.3 55.9 74.7 137.9

41.5

58.5

2.5 2.5 6.4

495

D.Smith

8

17.8 11.0 6.8 46.6 55.6 341.1

39.3

60.7

4.9 2.5 5.6

203

T.Cutler

4

20.5 12.8 7.8 66.7 69.5 391.0

38.5

61.5

3.8 2.5 1.8

349

B.Ham

5

10.0 7.2 2.8 63.9 72.0 188.8

29.6

70.4

2.2 0.6 2.4

568

K.Mutch

1

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0 0.0 0.0

585

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

21.8

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

40.2

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

J.Stringer

20

12.1 9.4 2.8 51.3 57.9 300.7

54.3

45.7

35 30 53.8

69

A.McDonald-Tipungwuti

24

11.4 7.1 4.3 69.4 72.6 203.2

49.8

50.2

32 13 71.1

56

O.Fantasia

16

11.2 6.6 4.6 63.8 70.9 209.0

34.6

65.4

21

12 63.6

212

S.McKernan

16

12.1 8.5 3.6 52.2 56.7 208.5

60.6

39.4

17

11 60.7

353

12 13 48.0 465

J.Laverde

11

10.8 6.4 4.5 62.9 71.4 151.4

44.7

55.3

J.Daniher

4

12.8 8.3 4.5 48.5 62.7 225.6

46.2

53.8

7

5 58.3

498

J.Begley

8

11.6 7.6 4.0 50.8 60.2 186.5

44.9

55.1

6

7 46.2

508

W.Snelling

5

16.6 4.8 11.8 75.0 79.5 123.2

41.7

58.3

6

0 100.0 520

J.Townsend

2

6.0 2.5 3.5 80.0 83.3 62.5

57.1

42.9

3

0 100.0 518

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

C.McKenna

22

20.9 14.4 6.5 72.5 76.1 449.0

A.Saad

23

18.1 11.0 7.0 74.4 80.3 366.4 35.5 64.5 4.8 2.8 3.4

98

M.Hurley

20

19.3 14.3 5.1 73.0 78.2 337.3

6.6 4.0 0.5

287 373

28.4

71.6

27.5

72.5

4.9 1.5 1.5

94

M.Redman

21

17.0 11.6 5.4 72.8 75.9 303.3

29.8

70.2

2.6 2.2 3.0

C.Hooker

18

17.4 9.9 7.5 69.7 74.4 243.6

39.9

60.1

4.3 6.1 0.8

167

A.Francis

18

13.1 7.4 5.6 71.6 74.0 207.9

35.7

64.3

1.9 3.8 1.8

319

P.Ambrose

20

10.2 6.0 4.3 71.4 78.4 118.5

40.2

59.8

2.0 4.8 2.4

410 487

M.Gleeson

9

16.6 10.2 6.3 71.7 75.8 248.5

36.5

63.5

2.6 4.4 1.1

J.Ridley

7

15.0 11.0 4.0 87.0 90.5 237.0

22.2

77.8

3.3 2.1 1.9

528

B.Zerk-Thatcher

2

11.5 8.5 3.0 82.4 82.6 157.8

18.2

81.8

2.5 4.5 1.5

599

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

32.16 (208) v Western Bulldogs, round 22, 1982, Whitten Oval

LOWEST SCORE

0.9 (9) v Fitzroy, round 1, 1899, Brunswick St Oval

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

165 points v South Melbourne, round 18, 1964, Windy Hill

OVERALL RECORD: 2480 games – 1387 wins, 1058 losses, 35 draws GRAND FINALS: 29 PREMIERSHIPS: 16 Head-to-head v

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

P

W

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

20 games – round 1, 2000 to round 20, 2000

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

17 games – round 3, 2016 to round 20, 2016 L

D

39 20 19 0 46 27 18 1 248 118 124 6 239 103 132 4 197 112 80 5 37 23 14 0 218 115 98 5 10 8 2 0 10 6 4 0 163 98 65 0 215 130 83 2 158 100 57 1 31 14 17 0 203 104 95 4 215 142 69 4 222 132 89 1 14 12 2 0 54 29 25 0 161 94 65 2

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

MCG

475 269 197 9

Marvel Stadium

186

101

84

1

GMHBA Stadium

41

19

22

0

SCG

30 10 19 1

Gabba

18 8 10 0

Metricon Stadium

11

9

2

0

Giants Stadium

7

4

3

0

Adelaide Oval

6

3

3

0

Optus Stadium

5

2

3

0

Blundstone Arena 0 0 0 0 Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

0

0

0

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

0

0

0

0

MOST GAMES

Dustin Fletcher Simon Madden Dick Reynolds Tim Watson Garry Foulds Terry Daniher

(400) (378) (320) (307) (300) (294)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Jack Jones Frank Maher Geoff Gosper Dick Reynolds Allan Hird

(133) (118) (114) (105) (102)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

27 Simon Madden 31 Dustin Fletcher 44 Justin Madden #

(378) (400) (332 – Ess & Carl)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Dick Reynolds James Hird Terry Daniher

(224) (134) (127)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Kevin Sheedy Dick Reynolds Jack Worrall

MOST GOALS

Matthew Lloyd Simon Madden John Coleman Paul Salmon Bill Hutchison

(635) (415) (135) (926) (575) (537) (520) (496)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

14 John Coleman (v Fitzroy, round 7, 1954, Windy Hill) 13 John Coleman (v Geelong, round 8, 1952, Brisbane Exhibition Ground) 13 Matthew Lloyd (v Sydney, round 3, 1999, MCG) 13 John Coleman (v Hawthorn, round 18, 1952, Windy Hill)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Dick Reynolds (1934, 1937, 1938), Bill Hutchison (1952 tied, 1953), Graham Moss (1976), Gavin Wanganeen (1993), James Hird (1996 tied)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

PREMIERSHIPS

1897, 1901, 1911, 1912, 1923, 1924, 1942, 1946, 1949, 1950, 1962, 1965, 1984, 1985, 1993, 2000

LEGENDS: John Coleman (also coach Ess), Bill Hutchison, Dick Reynolds (also coach Ess), Kevin Sheedy (coach Ess, also Rich, also coach GWS) INDUCTEES: Albert Thurgood, Jack Clarke (also coach Ess), Tom Fitzmaurice (also Geel, N Melb, coach Geel), Jack Moriarty (also Fitz), Graham Moss, Simon Madden, Barry Davis (also N Melb, coach Ess), Tim Watson (also coach St K), Ken Fraser, Terry Daniher (also S Melb), Michael Long, Des Tuddenham (also Coll, playing coach Ess, coach S Melb), Paul Salmon (also Haw), Gavin Wanganeen (also Port Adel), Jack Worrall (coach Ess, also Fitz, coach Carl), James Hird (also coach Ess), Matthew Lloyd, Ron Evans

RUNNERS-UP

1898, 1902, 1908, 1941, 1943, 1947, 1948, 1951, 1957, 1959, 1968, 1983, 1990, 2001

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1951, 1953, 1957, 1968, 1989, 1993, 1999, 2000, 2001

WOODEN SPOONS

1907, 1918, 1921, 1933, 2016

FINALS

131 games – 69 wins, 60 losses, 2 draws

MOST FINALS

Bill Hutchison

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

(28)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Dick Reynolds (half-forward), John Coleman (full-forward)

Matthew Lloyd

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY MEMBERS

31.12 (198) v North Melbourne, QF, 2000

(52)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

Gavin Wanganeen (half-back), Norm McDonald (half-back), Michael Long (wing)

1.8 (14) v Melbourne, RR final, 1897

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

1900: Albert Thurgood (24) 1901: Fred Hiskins (34) 1923: Greg Stockdale (64) 1949: John Coleman (85) 1950: John Coleman (112) 1951: John Coleman (75) 1952: John Coleman (103) 1953: John Coleman (96)

133 points v Collingwood, PF, 1984

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

96 points v Adelaide, 1st EF, 2009

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

7 T om Reynolds, v Richmond, GF, 1943; Gordon Lane, v Melbourne, GF, 1946; Ted Fordham, v St Kilda, GF, 1965; Matthew Lloyd, v North Melbourne, QF, 2000

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

1959: Ron Evans (69) 1960: Ron Evans (67) 1966: Ted Fordham (73) 2000: Matthew Lloyd (94) 2001: Matthew Lloyd (96) 2003: Matthew Lloyd (87)

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Seven games (1949-51)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Six games (1968-82; SF 2004-EF 2019)

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

Billy Duckworth (1984), Simon Madden (1985), Michael Long (1993), James Hird (2000)

113 games – 56 wins, 56 losses, one draw Premierships 1981, 1984, 1990, 1993, 1994, 2000

PREMIERSHIP COACH MEDALLISTS

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Jack Worrall (1911, 1912), Syd Barker (1923, 1924), Dick Reynolds (1942, 1946, 1949)

1984 (10,231), 1985 (11,376), 1986 (12,607), 1987 (8432), 1988 (8432), 1989 (7958), 1990 (11,046), 1991 (11,593), 1992 (10,034), 1993 (11,546), 1994 (19,720), 1995 (23,833), 1996 (24,324), 1997 (28,063), 1998 (27,099), 1999 (29,858), 2000 (34,278), 2001 (36,227), 2002 (35,219), 2003 (31,970), 2004 (33,469), 2005 (32,734), 2006 (32,511), 2007 (32,759), 2008 (41,947), 2009 (40,412), 2010 (40,589), 2011 (42,559), 2012 (47,708), 2013 (56,173), 2014 (60,646), 2015 (60,818), 2016 (57,494), 2017 (67,768), 2018 (79,319), 2019 (84,237)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Dick Reynolds (1950), John Coleman (1962, 1965), Kevin Sheedy (1984, 1985, 1993, 2000)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

Gavin Wanganeen (1993), Gary O’Donnell (1994), Mark Mercuri (2000)

JIM STYNES MEDALLISTS

James Hird (2000), Matthew Lloyd (2001)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Dyson Heppell* (2011), Andrew McGrath* (2017)

* denotes current player or coach # equal with Corey Enright (Geel)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Terry Daniher (1983), Tim Watson (1989)

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Nat Fyfe Darcy Tucker Michael Walters Brett Bewley Adam Cerra

26 23 21 20 15

KICKS Brett Bewley Rory Lobb Michael Walters Reece Conca Darcy Tucker

16 13 11 10 10

MARKS Brett Bewley Rory Lobb Darcy Tucker Matt Taberner Taylin Duman

8 7 6 5 5

HANDBALLS Nat Fyfe Darcy Tucker Adam Cerra Michael Walters Andrew Brayshaw

16 13 11 10 7

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Nat Fyfe Michael Walters Andrew Brayshaw Rory Lobb Reece Conca

10 9 7 7 6

UNCONTESTED POSS. Darcy Tucker Brett Bewley Nat Fyfe Adam Cerra James Aish

19 16 14 12 12

INTERCEPT POSS. Reece Conca Nat Fyfe Rory Lobb Taylin Duman Ethan Hughes

6 6 5 5 4

7/10/1995 2014 8/11/1995 2014 26/2/1998 2018 14/4/1995 2019 2/3/1996 2015 8/11/1999 2018 16/9/2001 **** 11/1/2000 2019 7/10/1999 2018 24/8/1991 2010 12/8/1992 2011 13/8/1998 2017 28/4/1999 2018 12/6/1998 2017 26/2/1999 2019 18/4/1998 2018 17/5/2000 **** 18/9/1991 2010 10/3/1999 2018 9/4/1993 2015 28/8/2001 **** 1/5/1990 2009 12/2/1995 2015 7/12/1994 2015 9/2/1993 2014 13/4/1998 2017 11/3/1992 2011 1/4/1995 2014 22/4/1998 **** 20/7/1985 2005 14/2/1999 **** 2/6/2000 **** 9/6/1995 2015 30/10/2000 **** 6/2/1996 2017 30/11/1997 2019 9/2/2001 **** 12/5/2000 2020 20/11/1996 2018 17/6/1993 2013 12/5/2001 **** 23/1/1997 2016 8/5/2000 **** 7/1/1991 2009 3/12/1997 **** 7/1/1993 2012 11/4/2001 ****

TR/2019 TR/2019 RE/2018 59/2018 34/2014 2/2017 RD/2020 RD/2019 5/2017 TR/2018 UFA/2018 41/2016 59/2017 38/2016 RD/2020 RE/2018 61/2019 20/2009 RE/2019 TR/2016 9/2019 3/2008 TR/2018 RD/2019 TR/2018 8/2016 TR/2017 TR/2016 69/2017 19/2003 RD/2020 MD/2019 37/2013 RD/2020 66/2016 57/2018 8/2019 17/2018 73/2017 RE/2013 RD/2020 27/2015 32/2018 53/2008 RD/2019 TR/2017 7/2019

2019

9 189 91 11 183 78 41 190 93 34 185 85 19 189 88 8 185 85 38 184 70 35 182 82 5 187 85 33 173 75 6 181 84 36 195 97 12 175 87 4 203 113 17 195 98 44 192 81 43 183 72 7 191 93 42 176 79 21 194 92 31 180 68 32 182 84 1 195 99 15 188 88 37 207 105 2 194 100 3 175 77 23 194 90 30 203 109 16 192 92 24 185 86 46 194 90 25 201 99 47 178 73 13 186 92 28 178 78 22 179 81 27 188 76 39 179 74 20 198 99 48 181 73 18 185 85 29 186 84 10 176 79 45 190 85 14 185 79 26 189 81

GOALS THIS CLUB

ACRES Blake AISH James BANFIELD Bailey BEWLEY Brett BLAKELY Connor BRAYSHAW Andrew BUTTERS Isaiah CARTER Jason CERRA Adam COLYER Travis CONCA Reece COX Brennan CROWDEN Mitchell DARCY Sean DIXON Hugh DUMAN Taylin FREDERICK Michael FYFE Nat GIRO Stefan HAMLING Joel HENRY Liam HILL Stephen HOGAN Jesse HUGHES Ethan LOBB Rory LOGUE Griffin MATERA Brandon McCARTHY Cam MEEK Lloyd MUNDY David NORTH Tom O’REILLY Dillon PEARCE Alex PINA Jarvis RYAN Luke SCHULTZ Lachie SERONG Caleb STURT Sam SWITKOWSKI Sam TABERNER Matt THOMAS Leno TUCKER Darcy VALENTE Luke WALTERS Michael WATSON Tobe WILSON Nathan YOUNG Hayden

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

TOTAL

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2018

NAME

2019

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

Edgewater-Woodvale (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)/St Kilda 19 0 75 0 0 29 Payneham Norwood Union (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)/BL/Coll 14 1 83 1 0 23 Swanbourne (WA)/ Scotch College (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 7 1 28 28 0 7 Darley (Vic)/Western U18/Williamstown (VFL) 7 1 8 8 0 1 Bunbury (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL) 14 0 60 60 0 2 Hampton Rovers (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Sandr U18 22 1 40 40 0 12 Halls Ck (WA)/Mosman Pk (WA)/Christ Church Gram (WA)/Clarem (WAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Port Wyndham (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 2 0 2 2 0 0 Norwood (Vic)/Wesley College (Vic)/Eastern U18 20 1 42 42 0 9 Marist (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Essendon 10 1 98 11 1 60 Victoria Park (WA)/Perth (WAFL)/Richmond 22 1 127 23 0 25 Woodville South (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL) 8 1 35 35 0 27 Walkerville (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 5 1 15 15 0 4 Cobden (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Geelong U18 11 1 27 27 0 7 Kingborough (Tas) 1 0 1 1 0 1 Norwood (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 14 1 25 25 0 1 Portland (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lake Grace (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 20 1 174 174 0 148 Hope Valley (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 0 0 10 10 0 3 Cable Beach (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Geelong List/W Bulldogs 22 0 85 62 0 0 Cottesloe (WA)/Christ Church Grammar (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Quinns District (WA)/West Perth (WAFL) 3 0 206 206 0 112 Marist (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Melbourne 12 0 83 12 0 165 Harvey Brunswick (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL) 21 1 51 51 0 4 Bassendean (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)/GWS 15 1 90 16 2 79 Kalamunda (WA)/Guildford Grammar (WA)/Swan Dists (WAFL) 10 1 24 24 0 1 Bullcreek Leeming (WA)/South Frem (WAFL)/Gold Coast 20 0 139 38 0 167 South Coogee (WA)/South Frem (WAFL)/GWS 12 1 70 49 0 99 SMW Rovers (Vic)/GWV U18/North Ballarat (VFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Seymour (Vic)/Murray U18 22 0 316 316 0 137 Heathmont (Vic)/Eastern U18 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fremantle CBC (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ulverstone (Tas)/Devonport (Tas) 11 0 53 53 0 3 South Mandurah (WA)/Peel Thunder (WAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Moonee Valley (Vic)/Calder U18/Maribyrnong Park/Coburg (VFL) 18 1 50 50 0 3 Moama (NSW)/Bendigo U18/Williamstown (VFL) 7 1 8 8 0 4 Warragul (Vic)/Geelong Grammar (Vic)/Gippsland U18 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mt Eliza (Vic)/Peninsula Grammar (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0 1 1 1 3 3 Research (Vic)/Northern U18/Box Hill Hawks (VFL) 18 0 20 20 0 7 Myrtleford (Vic)/Murray U18 9 1 72 72 1 76 Warmun (WA)/Belmont (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Horsham Saints (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 22 1 71 71 0 29 Walkerville (SA)/Rostrevor College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Midvale (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL) 22 1 152 152 1 262 Donnybrook (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mandurah Centrals (WA)/Peel Thunder (WAFL)/GWS 18 0 116 39 0 17 Somerville (Vic)/Mornington Secondary College (Vic)/Dande U18 0 0 0 0 0 0

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Sam Sturt Rory Lobb Matt Taberner Travis Colyer Michael Walters

3.0 2.0 1.2 1.2 1.0

SCORE ASSISTS Michael Walters Darcy Tucker Rory Lobb Adam Cerra Sam Sturt

3 2 2 1 1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Michael Walters Sam Sturt Darcy Tucker Rory Lobb Brett Bewley

8 7 7 7 5

OTHER CLEARANCES Michael Walters Darcy Tucker Andrew Brayshaw Adam Cerra Bailey Banfield

5 3 3 2 2

TACKLES Reece Conca Nat Fyfe Taylin Duman Brett Bewley Sam Sturt

4 4 3 2 2

INSIDE 50s Michael Walters Lachie Schultz James Aish Darcy Tucker Mitchell Crowden

6 4 4 3 3

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

R.Lobb

16

13.3 8.3 5.0 58.3 62.7 233.9

59.7

40.3 20.4 6.5 31.8

S.Darcy

12

10.7 3.8 6.9 40.0 62.5 85.9

62.8

37.2 26.8 6.8 25.5 404

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

89

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

N.Fyfe

21

29.0 13.8 15.2 57.8 70.1 355.0

57.5

42.5

4.5 7.2 4.0

4

D.Mundy

22

22.8 10.5 12.4 50.9 68.9 275.2

48.7

51.3

3.7 5.5 3.9

28

M.Walters

23

21.7 13.7 8.1 61.5 69.8 378.0

43.7

56.3

4.0 3.8 3.5

20

R.Conca

23

20.1 12.7 7.4 55.5 64.7 309.2

36.9

63.1

2.5 3.0 3.6

290

D.Tucker

23

19.3 9.1 10.2 57.9 71.6 266.0

35.9

64.1

2.9 2.3 3.6

235

A.Brayshaw

23

16.8 7.6 9.2 43.7 63.7 190.4

47.5

52.5

2.5 2.2 5.0

273

B.Acres

19

245

AFL average

FORWARDS B.Matera

16.2 8.1 8.1 68.8 77.3 225.5

38.0

62.0

2.7 2.1 3.8

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking 20

13.1 9.1 4.0 54.7 61.3 247.5

39.0

61.0

30 25 54.5 223

C.McCarthy

13

11.3 7.8 3.5 49.0 54.4 232.3

38.9

61.1

19

M.Taberner

10

15.9 11.1 4.8 56.8 62.3 251.6

44.7

55.3

14 12 53.8 434

J.Hogan

12

14.8 7.8 7.0 55.9 62.7 159.0

41.9

58.1

13 10 56.5

284

T.Colyer

11

14.4 9.2 5.2 50.5 62.0 248.3

40.7

59.3

6

8 42.9

441

S.Switkowski

18

11.4 4.9 6.4 61.8 73.2 145.9

51.6

48.4

6

3 66.7 390

B.Cox

9

9.6 4.1 5.4 70.3 79.1 74.9

45.7 54.3

5 2 71.4 348

L.Schultz

8

11.4 6.5 4.9 46.2 53.8 163.7

47.8

52.2

4

3 57.1

M.Crowden

6

11.7 5.7 6.0 61.8 72.9 137.5

52.3

47.7

3

2 60.0 478

S.Sturt

1

10.0 5.0 5.0 100.0 90.0 196.8

40.0

60.0

3

0 100.0 600

B.Banfield

8

13.1 5.5 7.6 56.8 73.3 169.4

42.2

57.8

2

1 66.7

365

B.Bewley

8

14.5 9.5 5.0 64.5 65.5 302.0

32.5

67.5

1

3 25.0

537

S.Hill

3

11.7 5.7 6.0 58.8 71.4 159.4 30.3 69.7

1 0 100.0 423

H.Dixon

1

8.0 4.0 4.0 75.0 62.5 98.0

75.0

25.0

1

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

8 70.4

398

548

0 100.0 597 50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

L.Ryan

19

19.9 14.3 5.6 80.9 81.0 384.1

36.6

63.4

4.9 3.2 2.5

135

41.5

58.5

1.9 3.2 1.2

350

E.Hughes

22

15.5 8.2 7.3 70.7 78.1 169.3

A.Cerra

21

15.4 9.1 6.3 65.4 74.1 246.2 31.2 68.8 2.1 2.2 2.1 320

N.Wilson

18

17.9 14.2 3.7 69.5 73.3 474.5

C.Blakely

14

19.8 11.1 8.6 67.3 72.9 264.4

28.1

71.9

2.6 1.0 2.3

386

J.Aish

15

16.2 9.4 6.8 61.7 72.8 256.0

26.7

73.3

2.8 1.6 2.4

360

J.Hamling

22

10.6 6.2 4.4 80.3 83.3 148.1

39.7

60.3

3.2 8.0 1.1

205

T.Duman

15

14.5 10.5 4.1 66.9 72.5 242.9 28.0 72.0 2.9 3.4 2.4 415

G.Logue

11

11.5 6.2 5.3 66.2 77.0 154.5

42.4

57.6

2.5 4.7 1.7

481

A.Pearce

11

10.8 5.1 5.7 67.9 70.6 118.7

52.4

47.6

2.3 3.1 2.2

298

J.Carter

2

9.0 5.5 3.5 45.5 61.1 135.7

16.7

83.3

1.0 1.0 2.0

629

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

29.0

71.0

5.8 2.3 1.2

3.3

253

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

28.12 (180) v Collingwood, round 7, 2005, Subiaco Oval

LOWEST SCORE

1.7 (13) v Adelaide, round 15, 2009, Football Park

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

113 points v GWS Giants, round 20, 2013, Subiaco Oval

OVERALL RECORD: 566 games – 249 wins, 316 losses, 1 draw GRAND FINALS: 1 PREMIERSHIPS: 0 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

Nine games – round 14, 2006 to round 22, 2006; round 1, 2015 to round 9, 2015

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

18 games – round 22, 2000 to round 17, 2001 L

D

39 16 23 0 31 16 15 0 34 20 14 0 31 12 19 0 37 14 23 0 4 3 1 0 39 13 26 0 10 7 3 0 9 5 4 0 36 8 28 0 38 22 16 0 31 13 18 0 37 17 20 0 37 16 21 0 36 16 20 0 35 15 19 1 0 0 0 0 50 20 30 0 32 16 16 0

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

Marvel Stadium

61

20

41

0

MCG

53 18 35 0

Optus Stadium

25

SCG

18 4 13 1

GMHBA Stadium

18

Gabba

13 4 9 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

12

Adelaide Oval

9 1 8 0

Metricon Stadium

6

4

2

0

TIO Stadium

4

1

3

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

3

1

2

0

Giants Stadium

2 0 2 0

14 3 1

11 15 11

0 0 0

Blundstone Arena 0 0 0 0 Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

MOST GAMES

Matthew Pavlich David Mundy* Aaron Sandilands Luke McPharlin Michael Johnson Shane Parker Shaun McManus Paul Hasleby Stephen Hill* Antoni Grover

(353) (316) (271) (244) (244) (238) (228) (208) (206) (202)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Matthew Pavlich David Mundy* Paul Hasleby Lachie Neale James Walker Michael Johnson Ryan Crowley

(160) (124) (90) (88) (87) (78) (77)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

16 David Mundy*

(316)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Matthew Pavlich Peter Bell Nat Fyfe* Adrian Fletcher Shaun McManus Peter Mann

(190) (107) (61) (44) (44) (41)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Ross Lyon Chris Connolly Mark Harvey Gerard Neesham Damian Drum

MOST GOALS

Matthew Pavlich Michael Walters* Hayden Ballantyne Jeff Farmer Chris Mayne Clive Waterhouse Paul Medhurst Justin Longmuir Tony Modra Nat Fyfe* David Mundy*

(184) (129) (97) (88) (53) (700) (262) (254) (224) (196) (178) (166) (166) (148) (148) (137)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

10 Tony Modra (v Melbourne, round 10, 1999, MCG) 9 Paul Medhurst (v Brisbane, round 9, 2004, Subiaco Oval) 9 Matthew Pavlich (v Carlton, round 16, 2005, MCG) 8 John Hutton (v Sydney, round 6, 1995, WACA) 8 Matthew Pavlich (v Adelaide, round 14, 2005, Football Park) 8 Matthew Pavlich (v North Melbourne, round 12, 2008, Subiaco Oval) 8 Matthew Pavlich (v West Coast, round 19, 2012, Subiaco Oval)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Matthew Pavlich Michael Walters* Hayden Ballantyne Chris Mayne Michael Barlow Nat Fyfe* Ryan Crowley Jeff Farmer

(36) (25) (10) (10) (8) (7) (6) (6)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

14.18 (102) v Melbourne, 2SF, 2006

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

BROWNLOW MEDALLIST

7.4 (46) v Adelaide, QF, 2006

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

30 points v Hawthorn, 2EF, 2010

Nat Fyfe* (2015, 2019)

INDUCTEES: Peter Bell (also N Melb)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Paul Hasleby (2000), Rhys Palmer (2008)

JIM STYNES MEDALLIST

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

69 points v Geelong, 2SF, 2010

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

6  Matthew Pavlich v Geelong, 2EF, 2012

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Nat Fyfe* (2017)

Two games (QF 2013-PF 2013)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Three games (GF 2013- SF 2014)

RUNNERS-UP

51 games – 23 wins, 28 losses

McCLELLAND TROPHY

Fremantle played its first game against Richmond in round one, 1995, at the MCG. The Tigers won 12.18 (90) to Fremantle 12.13 (85). The Dockers’ team that day was: B: Stephen O’Reilly, Jamie Merillo, Scott Chisholm HB: Dale Kickett, David Muir, Todd Ridley C: Jason Norrish, Tony Delaney, Ben Allan (captain) HF: Peter Mann, Quenton Leach, Craig Burrows F: Chris Groom, Gary Dhurrkay, Winston Abraham R: Matthew Burton, Peter Bell, Scott Watters IC: Brendan Krummel, Phil Gilbert, Scott Edwards Coach: Gerard Neesham

Nat Fyfe* (2014, 2015) 2013 2015

WOODEN SPOONS

2001

FINALS

15 games – 6 wins, 9 losses

MOST FINALS

Matthew Pavlich Aaron Sandilands David Mundy* Ryan Crowley Nat Fyfe* Stephen Hill* Michael Johnson Chris Mayne Michael Walters* Matt de Boer Nick Suban Michael Barlow Zac Dawson Paul Duffield Luke McPharlin Tendai Mzungu Lee Spurr Hayden Ballantyne Garrick Ibbotson Zac Clarke Lachie Neale Danyle Pearce Cameron Sutcliffe Roger Hayden Des Headland Alex Silvagni

(15) (15) (14) (12) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (10) (10) (9) (9) (9) (9) (9) (9) (8) (8) (7) (7) (7) (7) (6) (5) (5)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES THE FACTS

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1995 (18,456), 1996 (19,622), 1997 (19,949), 1998 (22,186), 1999 (24,896), 2000 (24,925), 2001 (23,898), 2002 (23,775), 2003 (25,368), 2004 (32,780), 2005 (34,178), 2006 (35,666), 2007 (43,343), 2008 (43,366), 2009 (39,206), 2010 (39,854), 2011 (42,762), 2012 (42,918), 2013 (43,880), 2014 (48,777), 2015 (51,433), 2016 (51,889), 2017 (51,254), 2018 (55,639), 2019 (51,431) * denotes current player or coach

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Gary Ablett Mitch Duncan Tom Stewart Luke Dahlhaus Patrick Dangerfield

24 21 18 16 16

KICKS Mitch Duncan Gary Ablett Zach Tuohy Tom Stewart Mark O’Connor MARKS 6 6 6 6 6

HANDBALLS 10 9 8 8 8

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Patrick Dangerfield Gary Ablett Mark Blicavs Tom Stewart Luke Dahlhaus

10 10 8 8 7

4 182 87 14/5/1984 2002

TR/2017 Modewarre (Vic)/Geelong U18/Geelong/Gold Coast

24

2019

THIS CLUB

TOTAL

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

GOALS

1 346 236 1 437

30 180 86 18/9/1995 2019 RD/2019 St Joseph’s, Geelong (Vic)/Geel College/Geel U18/Geel (VFL)

23 1 24

24

0

5

BEWS Jed

24 186 91 14/12/1993 2014

12 0 83

83

0

9

BLICAVS Mark

46 198 102 28/3/1991 2013 RE/2014 Sunbury (Vic)

25

1 159 159 0 36

BROWNLESS Oscar

20 187 78 16/2/2000 **** RD/2020 Geelong Amateur (Vic)/Geelong College (Vic)/Geelong U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

18

1

19

19

0

11

Mitch Duncan Tom Hawkins Gary Ablett Gary Rohan Luke Dahlhaus

0

0

0

0

0

0

SCORE ASSISTS

0

0 34 34

CLARK Jordan COCKATOO Nakia

6 185 83 16/10/2000 2019

86/2011 Leopold (Vic)/Geelong U18

15/2018 Railways, Albany (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

45 181 71 30/7/1998 **** RD/2020 North Gambier (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL) 5 186 92 23/10/1996 2015

10/2014 Southern Districts (NT)/NT Thunder (NEAFL)

36/2017 East Sandr (Vic)/Haileybury Coll (Vic)/Old H’bury (Vic)/Sandr U18 7

18 192 86 18/5/1999 2019

DAHLHAUS Luke

40 179 77 21/8/1992

DANGERFIELD Patrick

35 189 92 5/4/1990 2008 TR/2016 Anglesea (Vic)/Geelong U18/Adelaide

24

1 249 95

DE KONING Sam

16 202 87 26/2/2001 ****

0

0

DUNCAN Mitch

22 188 88 10/6/1991 2010 28/2009 Carine (WA)/East Perth (WAFL)

23 1 204 204 3 149

EVANS Francis

31 182 78 23/8/2001 ****

41/2019 Brunswick North OB (Vic)/Brunswick SC (Vic)/Calder U18

0

0

0

0

FOGARTY Lachie

13 180 76 1/4/1999

2018

22/2017 Spotswood (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Western U18

2

0 17

FORT Darcy

28 204 103 6/8/1993

2019 65/2018 Sth Barwon (Vic)/Gee U18/Werribee (VFL)/Foots (VFL)/Central Dist (SANFL) 3 1 4 2011 23/2010 Sunbury (Vic)/Calder U18

19/2019 Mornington (Vic)/Dandenong U18

24

7

7

Gary Rohan 0 5 Esava Ratugolea 1 125 Tom Hawkins 1 284 Luke Dahlhaus 0 0 Cameron Guthrie

CONSTABLE Charlie

2011 UFA/2018 Leopold (Vic)/Geelong U18/Western Bulldogs

0

0 25

1 179 25 0

0

0

0

17

0

5

4

0 5

GUTHRIE Cameron

29 187 87 19/8/1992

GUTHRIE Zach

39 187 82 30/6/1998 2017 RE/20119 Sunbury (Vic)/Calder U18

20 1 162 162 0 52 1

1

HAWKINS Tom

26 198 103 21/7/1988 2007 41/2006 Finley (NSW)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18

24

1 257 257 2 556 0 171 54

18

18

HENDERSON Lachie

25 196 97 14/12/1989 2008 RD/2020 Birregurra (Vic)/Geel Coll (Vic)/Geel U18/Brisbane/Carlton

6

HENRY Jack

38 192 91 29/8/1998 2018 RE/2018 St Mary’s, Geelong (Vic)/Geelong U18

23 1 46 46

JARVIS Ben

10 190 85 27/7/2000 **** 48/2018 Port Lincoln (SA)/Rostrevor College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)

0

0

JENKINS Josh

11 200 107 8/2/1989

11

0 147 0

2012 TR/2019 Lake Boga (Vic)/Essendon List/Adelaide

0

0

0

0 113 0

8 0

0

0

0

0 296

KENNERLEY Jacob

21 186 82 16/6/2000 **** 50/2018 Cummins Ramblers (SA)/Rostrevor Coll (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)

0

0

0

0

KOLODJASHNIJ Jake

8 193 94 9/8/1995

23 0 93

93

0

0

KREUGER Nathan

15 196 93 25/6/1999 **** TR/2018 Victor Harbour (SA)/South Adelaide (SANFL)

0

0

0

0

0

0 48

2015

MENEGOLA Sam

27 189 89 7/3/1992

MIERS Gryan

32 179 81 30/3/1999 2019

NARKLE Quinton

41/2013 Prospect (Tas)/Launceston (Tas)

2016 66/2015 Attadale (WA)/E Frem (WAFL)/Haw Rks/Frem Rks/Subi (WAFL)

0

0

66 26

1 29

TACKLES

19 182 83 3/12/1997 2018 60/2016 Maddington (WA)/Wesley College (WA)/Perth (WAFL)

6

1

13

13

0 10

O’CONNOR Mark

42 191 88 17/1/1997

2017 RE/2018 County Kerry (Ireland)

23 1

31

31

1

2

OKUNBOR Stefan

43 191 89 12/8/1998

**** RD/2019 County Kerry (Ireland)

0

0

Quinton Narkle Cameron Guthrie Tom Hawkins Gryan Miers Mark Blicavs

0

0

0

54

0 25

4

PARSONS James

34 190 83 12/4/1997 2017

0 35

35

0 26

17 198 104 24/7/1998 2018 43/2016 Cobram (Vic)/Murray U18

20 1 29

29

0 22

Mitch Duncan Zach Tuohy Gary Ablett Sam Menegola Joel Selwood

ROHAN Gary

23 189 95 7/6/1991

19

1 126 20

1 122

SCHLENSOG Blake

36 199 102 25/9/2000 **** RD/2019 Grovedale (Vic)/Geelong U18

0

0

0

SELWOOD Joel

14 183 84 26/5/1988 2007

23 1 296 296 0 158

SIMPSON Sam

37 183 77 14/6/1998 2017 RE/2019 St Joseph’s, Geel (Vic)/St Joseph’s College, Geel (Vic)/Geel U18

Mark Blicavs Tom Stewart Harry Taylor Gary Ablett Jack Henry

8 6 5 5 4

STANLEY Rhys

RE/2017 Norwood (Vic)/Eastern U18

0

20 0 54

RATUGOLEA Esava

INTERCEPT POSS.

Patrick Dangerfield Joel Selwood Darcy Fort Harry Taylor Mitch Duncan

1 66

26/2016 Nightcliff (NT)/NT Thunder (NEAFL)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

2010 TR/2018 Cobden (Vic)/Geelong U18/Sydney 7/2006 Sandhurst (Vic)/Bendigo U18

1 200 102 1/12/1990 2010 TR/2014 Berri (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL)/St Kilda

STEPHENS Cooper

12 188 87 17/1/2001

STEVEN Jack

9 180 85 28/3/1990 2009 TR/2019 Lorne (Vic)/Geelong U18/St Kilda

****

16/2019 Colac (Vic)/Geelong U18

0

0

0 6

0 6

18 0 133 75 0

0

0 2

0 84

0

0

0

0

7

0 183

0

0 112

0

STEWART Tom

44 190 85 15/3/1993 2017 40/2016 South Barwon (Vic)/Geelong U18/Geelong (VFL)

25

1 69

69

0

3

TAHENY Cameron

41 185 80 3/8/2001

0

0

0

0

0

0

TARCA Jake

33 177 73 23/2/2000 **** 68/2018 Encounter Bay (SA)/South Adelaide (SANFL)

0

0

0

0

**** 50/2019 Eastern Eyre (SA)/Rostrevor College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)

TAYLOR Harry

7 195 96 12/6/1986 2008

17/2007 Rovers, Geraldton (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

TUOHY Zach

2 187 91 10/12/1989 2011 TR/2016 County Laois (Ireland)/Carlton

0

0

24

1 262 262 0 74

18

1 187 67

8 8 6 5 5

OTHER

1 26

3 180 79 27/4/1998 2017

2 2 2 1 1

CLEARANCES

12

PARFITT Brandan

3.0 2.2 1.2 1.1 1.0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Mitch Duncan Gary Ablett Tom Hawkins Luke Dahlhaus Darcy Fort

25

57/2017 Grovedale (Vic)/Geelong U18

UNCONTESTED POSS. 18 13 12 11 11

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

ATKINS Tom

CLOSE Brad

16 16 14 12 11

Luke Dahlhaus Tom Hawkins Mitch Duncan Tom Stewart Jack Henry Luke Dahlhaus Quinton Narkle Sam Menegola Patrick Dangerfield Gary Ablett

ABLETT Gary

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2018

NAME

2019

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

6 5 3 2 2 5 3 3 2 2

INSIDE 50s Gary Rohan Mitch Duncan Zach Tuohy Gary Ablett Patrick Dangerfield

5 5 5 4 3

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS R.Stanley

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking 18

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

13.8 7.7 6.2 63.0 68.7 212.3

50.6

49.4 27.8 7.1 25.3

13.1

60.1

39.9

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

71

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

J.Selwood

24

21.0 11.9 9.2 62.1 68.5 303.3

42.1

57.9

2.9 4.2 4.0

50

C.Guthrie

21

18.0 9.4 8.7 67.0 72.6 198.0

43.4

56.6

1.7 3.9 4.8

236

53.1

46.9

3.1 2.9 5.3

165

B.Parfitt

20

18.2 9.5 8.7 48.4 63.5 245.7

J.Clark

19

13.8 9.5 4.3 65.7 69.8 320.2 26.2 73.8 2.6 0.6 2.6 436

S.Menegola

13

18.5 10.1 8.4 61.8 70.0 273.8

38.2

61.8

2.8 1.6 3.1

65

C.Constable

7

21.4 9.0 12.4 68.3 70.0 203.7

39.6

60.4

1.0 2.3 3.7

531

J.Steven

7

19.0 11.1 7.9 59.0 65.4 313.7

46.8

53.2

3.1 3.4 3.3

129

Q.Narkle

7

16.4 8.9 7.6 61.3 71.3 260.0 40.5

59.5

2.6 3.3 3.3

448

J.Parsons

4

15.5 11.3 4.3 66.7 72.6 312.8

38.7

61.3

3.8 3.0 2.3

455

L.Fogarty

2

9.5 5.0 4.5 60.0 78.9 114.6

33.3

66.7

2.0 0.0 5.0

459

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS T.Hawkins

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking 25

12.8 8.4 4.4 62.6 66.6 186.8

46.5

53.5

58 34 63.0

G.Ablett

25

G.Miers

26

G.Rohan

20

8.5 6.7 1.9 69.2 71.2 193.1 48.0

41

20.2 12.4 7.9 63.1 66.8 386.8

40.7

59.3

35 20 63.6

27

15.1 9.0 6.1 65.4 66.4 242.8

33.0

67.0

29 19 60.4

302

52.0

26 12 68.4 292

J.Jenkins

11

12.4 9.1 3.3 58.0 59.6 236.1

43.0

57.0

22 17 56.4 220

L.Dahlhaus

25

18.0 7.1 10.9 58.8 73.7 158.3

41.6

58.4

15 16 48.4

E.Ratugolea

21

8.6 5.0 3.6 61.0 66.9 141.1

69.5

30.5

15 16 48.4 378

T.Atkins

24

12.1 5.3 6.9 65.9 72.9 127.9

51.9

48.1

5

4 55.6 358

D.Fort

4

7.8 6.0 1.8 66.7 67.7 122.4

66.7

33.3

5

0 100.0 543

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

185

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

T.Stewart

26

23.0 18.7 4.3 82.7 81.8 506.1

27.5

72.5

7.9 2.7 1.6

280

Z.Tuohy

19

19.3 14.0 5.3 70.7 74.6 405.7

30.8

69.2

4.1 1.0 0.9

158

M.Blicavs

26

13.3 7.2 6.1 80.7 82.9 170.5

44.2

55.8

2.2 5.7 3.5

120

H.Taylor

25

13.7 7.8 6.0 74.2 78.4 171.7

45.2

54.8

2.6 4.0 1.6

199

M.O’Connor

24

13.9 8.6 5.3 80.1 80.2 185.1

33.5

66.5

2.4 2.0 2.6

339

J.Kolodjashnij

23

11.0 7.3 3.7 76.6 77.9 161.1

38.3

61.7

2.3 3.6 1.4

335

J.Henry

24

10.5 7.6 2.9 74.3 76.6 193.2

38.9

61.1

2.1 4.7 1.5

274

J.Bews

12

10.8 7.8 2.9 66.0 72.1 237.4 43.8

56.2

1.7 1.7 2.5

344

L.Henderson

6

12.5 8.8 3.7 81.1 78.7 273.1

52.1

3.5 2.8 1.3

442

Z.Guthrie

2

10.0 7.5 2.5 60.0 70.0 229.3 21.1 78.9 1.0 0.0 1.0 573

AFL average

16.0

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

47.9

33.4

66.6

3.3

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

37.17 (239) v Brisbane, round 7, 1992, Metricon Stadium

LOWEST SCORE

0.8 (8) v Fitzroy, round 3, 1899, Corio Oval

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

186 points v Melbourne, round 19, 2011, GMHBA Stadium

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

OVERALL RECORD: 2455 games – 1336 wins, 1096 losses, 23 draws GRAND FINALS: 17 PREMIERSHIPS: 9 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

23 games – round 12, 1952 to round 13, 1953

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

16 games – round 16, 1941 to round 13, 1944

MOST GAMES

L

D

45 25 20 0 49 29 19 1 220 101 117 2 234 100 133 1 218 98 115 5 183 103 79 1 39 26 13 0 11 9 2 0 11 7 3 1 166 90 75 1 218 131 85 2 164 100 63 1 33 22 10 1 196 104 89 3 215 131 83 1 225 124 101 0 14 8 6 0 53 26 26 1 161 102 57 2

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

GMHBA Stadium

679 455 219

MCG

337 181 155 1 65

32

5

Marvel Stadium

98

SCG

34 20 14 0

1

Gabba

19 10 9 0

Metricon Stadium

11

7

Adelaide Oval

10

UNSW Canberra Oval

4

Giants Stadium

4

Optus Stadium

2 0 2 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

1

4

0

5

5

0

1

3

0

2

1

1

0

1

0

Blundstone Arena 0 0 0 0 Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

Corey Enright Ian Nankervis Jimmy Bartel John Newman Joel Selwood* Darren Milburn

(332) (325) (305) (300) (296) (292)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Zach Tuohy* Dick Grigg David Clarke snr Ben Graham

(138 – incl. 90 with Carl) (130) (115) (112)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

4 Andrew Mackie 14 Joel Selwood* 39 Darren Milburn 40 Ian Nankervis 41 Shane Mumford 44 Corey Enright# 45 Cameron Ling 46 Mark Blicavs*

(280) (296) (292) (325) (192 – Geel, Syd & GWS) (332) (246) (159)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Joel Selwood* Reg Hickey Henry Young Ian Nankervis

(186) (142) (137) (110)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Reg Hickey Mark Thompson Chris Scott* Malcolm Blight

MOST GOALS

Gary Ablett snr Doug Wade Tom Hawkins* Steve Johnson Billy Brownless

(304) (260) (216) (145) (1021) (834) (556) (452) (441)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

14 Gary Ablett snr (v Essendon, R6, 1993, MCG) 14 Gary Ablett snr (v Sydney, R8, 1994, SCG) 14 Gary Ablett snr (v Richmond, R9, 1989, MCG) 13 Doug Wade (v South Melbourne, R17, 1967, Lake Oval) 13 Doug Wade (v North Melbourne, R20, 1971, GMHBA Stadium)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Edward ‘Carji’ Greeves (1924), Bernie Smith (1951), Alistair Lord (1962), Paul Couch (1989),

Jimmy Bartel (2007), Gary Ablett jnr* (2009), Patrick Dangerfield* (2016)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Graham Farmer, Malcolm Blight (coach Geel, also player/coach NM, coach Adel, coach St K) INDUCTEES: Charles Brownlow, Bernie Smith, Edward Greeves, Jocka Todd, George Moloney, Henry Young, Peter Burns, Reg Hickey (also coach Geel), Tom Wills (admin), Bob Davis (also coach Geel), Doug Wade (also NM), Fred Flanagan, Bill Goggin (also coach Foots), Greg Williams (also Syd, Carl), John Newman, Ian Nankervis, Denis Marshall, Tom Fitzmaurice (also Ess, NM), Gary Ablett snr (also Haw), Henry Harrison (admin), Tom Hafey (coach Geel, also Rich, coach Rich, Coll, Syd), Garry Hocking, Brian Peake, Matthew Scarlett

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Bernie Smith (back pocket), Graham Farmer (ruck), Gary Ablett snr (interchange), Greg Williams (interchange)

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Graham Farmer (ruck and captain)

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

1897: Eddy James (22) 1899: Eddy James (31) 1900: Teddy Lockwood (24) 1910: Percy Martini (51) 1921: Cliff Rankin (61) 1925: Lloyd Hagger (70) 1932: George Moloney (109) 1948: Lindsay White (86)

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

1955: Noel Rayson (77) 1962: Doug Wade (62) 1967: Doug Wade (79) 1969: Doug Wade (122) 1976: Larry Donohue (99) 1993: Gary Ablett snr (124) 1994: Gary Ablett snr (113) 1995: Gary Ablett snr (118)

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

Gary Ablett snr (1989), Steve Johnson (2007), Paul Chapman (2009), Jimmy Bartel (2011)

PREMIERSHIP COACH MEDALLISTS

Cliff Rankin (1925), Charlie Clymo (1931), Reg Hickey (1937)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Reg Hickey (1951, 1952), Bob Davis (1963), Mark Thompson (2007, 2009), Chris Scott* (2011)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLIST

Joel Selwood* (2009)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Joel Selwood* (2007)

JIM STYNES MEDALLIST

James Kelly (2011), Harry Taylor* (2015)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Greg Williams (1985), Gary Ablett snr (1993), Gary Ablett jnr* (2007, 2008, 2009), Patrick Dangerfield* (2016)

PREMIERSHIPS

1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1952, 1963, 2007, 2009, 2011

RUNNERS-UP

1897, 1930, 1953, 1967, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1995, 2008

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1952, 1954, 1962, 1963, 1980, 1981, 1992, 2007, 2008, 2019

WOODEN SPOONS

1908, 1915, 1944, 1957, 1958

FINALS

122 games – 53 wins, 68 losses, 1 draw

MOST FINALS

Joel Selwood* Jimmy Bartel Harry Taylor* Andrew Mackie Corey Enright Joel Corey Steve Johnson James Kelly Matthew Scarlett Tom Hawkins*

(30) (28) (27) (26) (24) (23) (23) (22) (22) (22)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Gary Ablett snr Billy Brownless Doug Wade

(64) (60) (46)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

26.16 (172) v Western Bulldogs, QF, 1992

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

3.6 (24) v Collingwood, SF, 1901

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

119 points v Port Adelaide, GF, 2007

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

118 points v Richmond, 1SF, 1969

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

11 George Goninon, v Collingwood, 2SF, 1951

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Five games (2007-08)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Seven games (1901-25)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

108 games – 57 wins, 51 losses Premierships 1961, 2006, 2009

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1984 (7709), 1985 (7718), 1986 (6985), 1987 (6981), 1988 (9667), 1989 (7760), 1990 (15,087), 1991 (11,356), 1992 (13,535), 1993 (15,500), 1994 (14,312), 1995 (15,922), 1996 (17,346), 1997 (18,858), 1998 (19,971), 1999 (21,032), 2000 (25,595), 2001 (25,420), 2002 (23,756), 2003 (24,017), 2004 (25,021), 2005 (30,821), 2006 (32,290), 2007 (30,169), 2008 (36,850), 2009 (37,160), 2010 (40,326), 2011 (39,343), 2012 (40,205), 2013 (42,884), 2014 (43,803), 2015 (44,312), 2016 (50,571), 2017 (54,854), 2018 (63,818), 2019 (65,063) * denotes current player or coach # equal with Justin Madden (Ess & Carl)

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22 21 19 19 18

KICKS Brandon Ellis Brayden Fiorini David Swallow Jack Lukosius Ben Ainsworth

15 14 13 12 12

MARKS Sam Collins Lachie Weller Ben Ainsworth David Swallow Touk Miller

6 6 6 5 5

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13 11 10 9 9

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Hugh Greenwood Matt Rowell Sam Collins Jack Bowes David Swallow

13 11 9 9 8

UNCONTESTED POSS. Brayden Fiorini Touk Miller Lachie Weller Ben Ainsworth Brandon Ellis

16 15 14 12 11

INTERCEPT POSS. Sam Collins Jack Bowes Jesse Joyce Brandon Ellis Matt Rowell

12 8 6 5 4

10/2/1998 2017 17/2/2001 2020 23/7/1999 2018 26/1/1998 2017 23/8/1998 2017 6/4/2001 2020 26/11/1995 2019 15/6/1994 2016 7/11/2000 **** 23/4/1996 2019 3/11/1999 2018 6/9/1992 2011 3/8/1993 2012 9/10/1996 2015 7/12/1996 **** 22/8/1997 2016 24/7/2001 **** 27/1/2000 **** 12/9/2000 2019 6/3/1992 2017 15/11/1988 2008 18/7/1988 2007 10/12/1999 2018 29/5/1995 2014 7/3/1993 2012 22/12/1992 2012 17/8/1997 2016 7/7/2000 2019 2/11/1994 2014 9/8/2000 2019 29/10/1997 2016 7/9/2000 **** 28/2/1992 2012 22/2/1996 2015 23/3/1992 2012 11/2/2000 **** 26/8/1999 2018 23/4/2000 **** 25/1/2000 **** 27/6/2001 **** 1/7/2001 2020 3/7/1997 2016 3/12/1993 2012 13/8/2001 **** 22/2/1990 2011 19/11/1992 2011 12/3/1991 2011 11/7/1999 **** 23/2/1996 2015 13/9/1992 2013 8/9/1996 2015

4/2016 2/2019 42/2017 10/2016 9/2016 RD/2020 PDS/2018 PDS/2018 RD/2020 PDS/2018 RD/2018 3/2010 RFA/2019 TR/2018 60/2019 20/2015 11/2019 PSS/2019 71/2018 TR/2019 TR/2016 UPS/2010 RD/2018 RD/2018 TR/2018 TR/2018 RD/2016 6/2018 27/2013 2/2018 RE/2018 23/2018 TR/2018 29/2014 DFA/2018 RD/2020 19/2017 3/2018 MD/2019 RD/2020 1/2019 RD/2020 88/2011 27/2019 TR/2019 1/2010 LTA/2010 RD/2020 TR/2017 TR/2016 8/2014

2020

9 178 77 15 191 86 10 195 91 3 187 88 7 189 91 35 175 74 29 191 94 25 194 99 48 199 94 19 190 90 45 182 82 12 197 99 4 181 83 17 184 78 50 191 77 8 186 85 26 183 82 47 188 86 46 195 94 21 191 94 1 185 88 5 178 73 40 180 79 39 189 86 20 194 89 33 188 82 38 191 84 34 202 93 23 184 81 13 195 88 44 174 79 43 185 85 2 180 82 11 178 84 31 190 86 42 196 98 27 185 78 22 179 82 49 187 80 41 175 70 18 180 78 36 186 85 6 186 82 37 189 81 32 206 100 24 185 87 16 200 100 52 186 80 14 181 83 28 209 111 30 203 100

GOALS THIS CLUB

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DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

TOTAL

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

Morwell (Vic)/Gippsland U18 12 1 42 42 1 29 Hawthorn Citizens (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 1 1 1 0 0 Mitcham Hawks (SA)/Sacred Heart College (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 21 0 32 32 0 1 Surfers Paradise (Qld)/Cairns Saints (Qld) 15 1 43 43 0 12 Shepparton (Vic)/Murray U18 8 1 20 20 0 3 Labrador (Qld)/Gold Coast (NEAFL) 0 1 1 1 0 0 Flinders Park (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL) 14 0 14 14 0 4 Donvale (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/Box Hill (VFL)/Frem/Werribee (VFL) 9 1 24 10 0 0 Broadbeach (Qld)/Gold Coast (NEAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 North Warrnambool (Vic)/Werribee (VFL) 9 0 9 9 0 3 Palm Beach-Currumbin (Qld) 6 0 9 9 0 1 Mitcham Hawks (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 10 1 121 121 0 85 West Coburg (Vic)/Calder U18/Richmond 23 1 177 1 0 58 Keilor (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Western U18/Richmond 4 0 31 4 0 7 Halls Ck (WA)/Hale Schl (WA)/N Wang (Vic)/Scotch OC (SA)/Adel (SANFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Greensborough (Vic)/Northern U18 21 1 48 48 0 16 Moe (Vic)/Lowanna College (Vic)/Gippsland U18 0 0 0 0 0 0 Red Hill (Vic)/Padua College (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cairns (Qld)/Palm Beach-Currumbin (Qld)/Gold Coast (NEAFL) 3 1 4 4 0 0 Lauderdale (Tas)/Adelaide 14 1 52 1 0 36 County Mayo (Ireland)/Brisbane 16 0 161 32 0 60 Cairns (Qld)/Mooroopna (Vic)/Murray U18/Wstrn Bldgs 21 0 245 175 0 54 Cairns Saints (Qld)/Palm Beach-Currumbin (Qld) 5 0 13 13 0 2 Kyabram (Vic)/Murray U18/Carlton/Central District (SANFL) 12 1 44 35 0 21 Roxby Downs (SA)/Rostrevor Coll (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)/GWS/PA 18 0 116 18 0 1 Payneham Norwood Union (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)/Geelong 7 0 58 7 0 29 Palm Beach-Currumbin (Qld) 16 1 64 64 0 2 East Sandr (Vic)/Old Haileybury (Vic)/H’bury Coll (Vic)/Sandr U18 14 1 15 15 1 18 Salisbury (SA)/Port Adelaide (SANFL) 8 1 88 88 1 22 Henley (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL) 21 1 22 22 0 3 Diamond Creek (Vic)/Northern U18 22 1 40 40 0 21 Tanunda (SA)/Central District (SANFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 North Albury (NSW)/Murray U18/GWS/Richmond 17 0 88 17 0 31 Maribyrnong Park (Vic)/Calder U18 18 1 101 101 0 28 Port MacDonnell (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)/Geelong 14 0 122 14 0 74 Carrara (Qld)/The Southport School (Qld) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Scarborough (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 13 0 20 20 0 9 Flinders Park (SA)/Henley High School (SA)/West Adel (SANFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beaconsfield (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0 0 0 0 0 0 Darwin (NT)/NT Thunder (NEAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Canterbury (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 1 1 1 0 0 Rockingham (WA)/Peel Thunder (WAFL) 1 0 15 15 0 5 Springwood (Qld)/Redland (NEAFL) 22 0 119 119 0 110 Attadale (WA)/Aquinas College (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Glenmore, Rockhampton (Qld)/Zillmere (Qld)/Gold Coast/Geel 3 0 115 65 0 51 Rossmoyne (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) 22 1 140 140 1 69 Southport (Qld) 0 0 103 103 0 7 County Sligo (Ireland) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Southport (Qld)/Broadbeach (Qld)/Fremantle 17 1 87 40 0 23 St Ives (NSW)/Sydney University (NSW)/Collingwood 22 1 103 63 0 25 Moonee Valley (Vic)/Calder U18 17 0 66 66 0 85

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Ben Ainsworth David Swallow Ben King Sean Lemmens Sam Day

1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.1

SCORE ASSISTS Hugh Greenwood Ben King Touk Miller

3 1 1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Hugh Greenwood David Swallow Ben King Ben Ainsworth Touk Miller

5 4 3 3 3

OTHER CLEARANCES Hugh Greenwood Matt Rowell Will Brodie Jack Bowes David Swallow

3 3 3 3 2

TACKLES Matt Rowell Brayden Fiorini Touk Miller Hugh Greenwood Connor Budarick

4 4 4 3 3

INSIDE 50s Ben Ainsworth Sean Lemmens David Swallow Lachie Weller Jesse Joyce

5 4 3 3 3

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

MTs from

J.Witts

23

14.1 8.3 5.9 47.4 61.5 187.2

63.5

36.5 44.8 11.7 26.0

58

Z.Smith

3

12.3 5.3 7.0 50.0 67.6 163.6

59.5

40.5 27.3 5.7 20.7

533

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

29.0

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

MTs from

B.Fiorini

22

D.Swallow

23 22.9 12.8 10.0 55.3 65.6 332.0 50.5 49.5 3.7 5.3 3.7 115

B.Ellis

24

21.1 11.8 9.3 73.6 76.5 286.1

29.6

70.4

2.4 1.5 2.5

T.Miller

19

22.3 10.2 12.1 61.3 72.6 280.7

46.3

53.7

2.6 4.1 5.6

110

D.MacPherson

23

18.4 11.7 6.7 51.7 61.0 252.3

39.9

60.1

2.6 2.0 5.9

341

25.1 16.0 9.1 50.1 61.3 389.6

33.6

66.4

3.7 3.5 4.7

278 196

A.Miles

17

21.4 14.0 7.4 55.9 63.5 344.0

47.3

52.7

3.4 4.9 3.9

403

J.Bowes

16

18.4 9.3 9.1 61.5 70.7 239.1

45.2

54.8

2.6 2.6 3.6

260

H.Greenwood

15

17.1 8.5 8.6 53.9 70.8 155.3

64.2

35.8

1.4 4.1 5.8

33

B.Ainsworth

13

16.5 9.4 7.2 57.4 66.0 248.8

35.3

64.7

2.9 1.6 1.6

372 443

W.Brodie

9

20.9 9.0 11.9 53.1 69.7 204.2

42.3

57.7

2.2 4.3 5.0

W.Powell

13

12.2 6.8 5.4 68.2 71.5 196.7

37.2

62.8

1.8 0.9 2.7

469

S.Lemmens

9

10.3 6.8 3.6 47.5 52.7 164.3

53.6

46.4

2.7 2.1 4.3

484

M.Rowell

1

19.0 6.0 13.0 33.3 73.7 159.4

57.9

42.1

2.0 3.0 4.0

608

N.Anderson

1

12.0 6.0 6.0 16.7 50.0 246.7

38.5

61.5

1.0 0.0 0.0

627

C.Budarick

1

8.0 3.0 5.0 66.7 75.0 48.1

37.5

62.5 1.0 0.0 3.0 630

21.8

40.2

59.8

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.4

3.5

3.9

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

MTs from

A.Sexton

22

11.5 8.5 3.0 51.9 57.1 279.3

37.2

62.8

39 29 57.4

194

P.Wright

17

12.0 8.5 3.5 65.3 70.6 219.1

39.9

60.1

21 13 61.8

351

B.King

15 7.1 4.7 2.4 58.6 61.3 141.9 51.9 48.1 18 9 66.7 499

S.Day

11

11.2 5.6 5.5 61.3 69.1 140.8

52.8

47.2

11

N.Holman

13

13.9 6.0 7.9 57.7 70.7 166.1

54.0

46.0

7

5 58.3

J.Corbett

9

9.0 5.6 3.4 58.0 67.9 118.8

47.6

52.4

3

8 27.3 549

J.Schoenfeld

1

10.0 3.0 7.0 0.0 70.0 87.8

63.6

36.4

0

0 0.0

553

J.Heron

5

11.4 5.2 6.2 42.3 56.1 160.2

36.7

63.3

0

0 0.0

514

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

5 68.8 382 217

50.5

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

MTs from

J.Harbrow

21

18.9 13.9 5.0 72.9 77.3 318.0

32.1

67.9

3.8 2.2 1.6

L.Weller

18

21.8 13.2 8.6 68.9 74.7 456.7

31.7

68.3

5.4 1.3 2.7

177

P.Hanley

16

20.5 13.8 6.8 71.4 73.5 395.9

29.6

70.4

4.9 0.7 2.3

422

C.Ballard

21

13.0 10.0 3.0 73.5 73.7 210.4

35.4

64.6

3.3 4.6 1.1

329

J.Joyce

17

14.9 9.2 5.7 63.5 70.0 236.8

33.6

66.4

3.0 2.9 2.0

282

J.Lukosius

22

11.4 8.9 2.5 69.7 70.9 247.4

33.2

66.8

2.4 1.6 2.1

438

208

J.Murdoch

14

13.3 9.2 4.1 69.0 74.2 256.1

45.1

54.9

3.0 1.2 2.3

324

J.Hombsch

18

8.9 5.8 3.1 80.0 80.0 116.5

39.1

60.9

2.3 6.4 1.5

355

S.Collins

10

12.4 7.6 4.8 69.7 73.4 168.7

56.2

43.8

3.4 5.5 1.2

468

C.Burgess

14

8.2 3.9 4.3 69.1 78.3 97.0

46.6

53.4

1.3 4.4 1.6

473

J.Dawson

6

17.0 10.3 6.7 72.6 74.5 181.9

23.8

76.2

2.5 1.3 2.2

536

G.Horlin-Smith

7

11.9 5.9 6.0 63.4 72.3 150.9

32.9

67.1

1.0 0.6 2.4

503

C.Ellis

4

18.0 8.8 9.3 68.6 70.8 215.9

32.9

67.1

2.8 1.0 2.0

538

C.Graham

4

10.0 5.5 4.5 68.2 72.5 98.3

42.5

57.5

2.8 9.8 1.0

574

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

21.22 (148) v GWS Giants, round 5, 2013, UNSW Canberra Oval

LOWEST SCORE

3.2 (20) v Port Adelaide, round 23, 2017, Adelaide Oval

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

86 points v Hawthorn, round 3, 2017, Metricon Stadium

OVERALL RECORD: 199 games – 47 wins, 151 losses, 1 draw GRAND FINALS: 0 PREMIERSHIPS: 0 Head-to-head v

P

W

L

D

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

13 0 13 0 18 6 12 0 12 5 7 0 9 2 7 0 10 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 10 3 7 0 11 2 9 0 13 4 9 0 12 2 10 0 13 3 10 0 12 5 7 0 12 1 11 0 9 3 6 0 13 4 9 0 10 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 11 1 9 1 11 3 8 0

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

Metricon Stadium

91

29

61

1

Marvel Stadium

22

5

17

0

MCG

14 3 11 0

Gabba

13 3 10 0

Adelaide Oval

6 0 6 0

GMHBA Stadium

5 0 5 0

SCG

5 1 4 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

5

Giants Stadium

4 0 4 0

Optus Stadium

3 0 3 0

UNSW Canberra Oval

3

Mars Stadium

1 0 1 0

TIO Stadium

1 0 1 0

TIO Traeger Park

1

0

1

0

5

2

1

0

0

0

Blundstone Arena 0 0 0 0

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

Five games – round 5, 2014 to round 10, 2014

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

21 games – round 18, 2011 to round 15, 2012

MOST GAMES

Jarrod Harbrow* David Swallow* Michael Rischitelli Tom Lynch Steven May Sam Day* Alex Sexton* Gary Ablett Trent McKenzie Aaron Hall Rory Thompson* Matt Shaw Brandon Matera Touk Miller* Jack Martin* Dion Prestia Sean Lemmens* Danny Stanley Harley Bennell Kade Kolodjashnij Luke Russell Peter Wright* Charlie Dixon Zac Smith

(69 – incl. 44 with Frem) (56) (44) (44) (44)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Gary Ablett

(96)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Guy McKenna Rodney Eade Stewart Dew*

MOST GOALS

Tom Lynch Gary Ablett Brandon Matera Alex Sexton* Charlie Dixon Harley Bennell Peter Wright* Sam Day* Jack Martin Aaron Hall David Swallow*

the Gold Coast Football Club. Club colours will be red, gold and blue. The colours were chosen to symbolise the beach culture of the Gold Coast – red (sun), gold (sand) and blue (ocean and sky). September 4, 2008 The AFL Commission approves the NAB AFL Draft, NAB AFL Rookie Draft and AFL player concessions that will be offered to the new Gold Coast team over the 2009 and 2010 years. March 31, 2009 The AFL Commission announces it has granted GCFC a provisional licence to become the AFL’s 17th team, in 2011. October 1, 2009 Guy McKenna appointed AFL coach. December 15, 2009 GCFC selects the first five players in 2010 NAB AFL Rookie Draft. April 10, 2010 The Suns play their first VFL game, losing to Port Melbourne at Southport by 12 points. November 18, 2010 The Suns select 10 youngsters at the 2010 NAB AFL Draft, including eight of the first 13 players available. The No. 1 pick is highly rated WA teenager David Swallow. February 19, 2011 The Suns play their first NAB Cup games. April 2, 2011 The Suns lose their AFL debut by 119 points to Carlton at the Gabba in front of 27,914 fans. Charlie Dixon kicks the club’s first goal. April 23, 2011 Gold Coast wins its first AFL game, by three points against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium. Brandon Matera is the club’s first NAB AFL Rising Star nominee. May 28, 2011 Gold Coast plays its first home game at Metricon Stadium, losing to Geelong by 66 points. August 11, 2012 Gold Coast wins its first game at Metricon Stadium, defeating the GWS Giants by 30 points. May 12, 2013 Gold Coast wins its first game in Victoria, defeating Melbourne by 60 points at the MCG. October 1, 2014 Coach Guy McKenna and the Suns part ways. October 30, 2014 Former Sydney and Bulldogs mentor Rodney Eade appointed senior coach. August 8, 2017 Eade told his services are no longer required. Assistant Dean Solomon steps in as interim coach. October 5, 2017 Former Port Adelaide and Hawthorn premiership player Stuart Dew appointed senior coach.

BROWNLOW MEDALLIST

(175) (140) (132) (131) (123) (121) (119) (110) (106) (103) (103) (102) (101) (101) (97) (95) (88) (83) (81) (78) (73) (66) (65) (65)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Lachie Weller* Tom Lynch Jaeger O’Meara Alex Sexton* Jarrod Witts*

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

8 Tom Lynch (v Carlton, round 2, 2018, Marvel Stadium) 7 Charlie Dixon (v North Melbourne, round 14, 2015, Metricon Stadium) 7 Tom Lynch* (v Carlton, round 4, 2017, Marvel Stadium) 6 Charlie Dixon (v GWS Giants, round 5, 2013, UNSW Canberra Oval) 6 Harley Bennell (v Geelong, round 14, 2014, Metricon Stadium) 6 Charlie Dixon (v Brisbane, round 5, 2015, Metricon Stadium) 6  Brandon Matera (v Hawthorn, round 3, 2017, Metricon Stadium)

(88) (63) (45)

(254) (124) (124) (110) (94) (92) (85) (85) (81) (76) (69)

Gary Ablett (2013)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

Guy McKenna (coach GCS, also WCE)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Jaeger O’Meara (2013)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

23 games – nine wins, 13 losses, one draw

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

2011 (14,059), 2012 (11,204), 2013 (12,502), 2014 (13,478), 2015 (13,643), 2016 (12,845), 2017 (11,665), 2018 (12,108), 2019 (13,649)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Gary Ablett (2012, 2013)

WOODEN SPOONS

2011, 2019

* denotes current player or coach

CLUB FORMATION AND KEY DATES

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Jacob Hopper Lachie Whitfield Nick Haynes Harry Perryman Stephen Coniglio

22 21 20 20 19

KICKS Nick Haynes Lachie Whitfield Toby Greene Stephen Coniglio Daniel Lloyd Nick Haynes Heath Shaw Jacob Hopper Toby Greene Jeremy Cameron

9 7 7 6 5

HANDBALLS 12 10 9 8 7

7 187 83 21/6/2001

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

46 188 91 15/8/2000 **** RD/2019 County Derry (Ireland)

0

0

0

0

0

0 0

**** 34/2018 Pennant Hills (NSW)

BUCKLEY Jack

44 194 87 17/12/1997 **** RD/2018 University of NSW-Eastern Suburbs (NSW)

0

0

0

0

0

BUNTINE Matt

21 189 84 19/10/1993 2012

9

0 59

59

0

3

CALDWELL Jye

5 183 84 28/9/2000 2019

2

0

2

0

0

CONIGLIO Stephen CORR Aidan

18 196 96 1/4/1993

5/2011 Berwick (Vic)/Dandenong U18 11/2018 Golden Square (Vic)/Geelong Grammar (Vic)/Bendigo U18

2012 17YO/2011 Dartmoor (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

3 182 87 15/12/1993 2012 35 195 97 17/5/1994 2013

2/2011 Upper Swan (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL) 14/2012 Macleod (Vic)/Northern U18

2

1 155 155 3 406 SCORE ASSISTS 1 134 134 2 80

8

1 84 84

0

2

1

0

0

CUMMING Isaac

13 184 84 11/8/1998

2018 20/2016 North Broken Hill (NSW)/North Adelaide (SANFL)/WSU (NEAFL)

5

16 170 76 9/3/1999

2018

26 1 34 34

DAVIS Phil

1 197 96 30/8/1990 2010 UPS/2011 St Peter’s College (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)/Adelaide

8

24 189 87 10/3/1990 2009

FINLAYSON Jeremy

31 196 93 9/2/1996

2017 85/2014 Culcairn (NSW)/Sydney Hills (NEAFL)/NSW-ACT U18

23 1 39

FLYNN Matt

30 200 106 13/9/1997

****

0

GREEN Tom

12 191 89 23/1/2001 2020

10/2019 Eastlake (ACT)/Marist College (ACT)/GWS (NEAFL)

GREENE Toby

4 182 85 25/9/1993 2012

11/2011 Ashburton (Vic)/Wesley College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

7

0

9 190 83 21/10/2000 2019

HAYNES Nick

19 193 90 18/5/1992 2012

HILL Ian

37 175 70 9/2/2000 2019

HIMMELBERG Harry

27 194 92 8/5/1996

2016

2 187 87 6/2/1997

2016

HOPPER Jacob

41/2015 Narrandera (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18

14/2018 Walkerville (SA)/Trinity College (SA)/Central District (SANFL)

19

1 188 50

0

0

1

1

1

0

0

19

1 146 146 4 170 0

2 9

24/2018 Northam Barons (WA)/Perth (WAFL)

8

0

8

8

0

7

16/2015 Mangoplah-CUE (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18/Eastlake (NEAFL)

25

1 66

66

0 76

CLEARANCES

23 1 68

68

0 29

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

Stephen Coniglio Matt de Boer Sam Jacobs Jacob Hopper Tom Green

7/2015 Leeton-Whitton United (NSW)/North Ballarat U18

**** 65/2019 Millicent (SA)/Adelaide (SANFL)

7

20 178 76 4/4/1995

IDUN Connor

39 191 94 29/7/2000 2019

1

0

1

0

JACOBS Sam

10 202 104 10/4/1988 2009 TR/2019 Ardrossan (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)/Carl/Adel

5

1 202

1

0 48

18

0 14

61/2018 Drysdale (Vic)/Christian College (Vic)/Geelong U18

10 0 58 18

KENNEDY Adam

Nick Haynes Josh Kelly Lachie Whitfield Heath Shaw Isaac Cumming

10 6 4 4 4

7

HUTCHESSON Tom

25 204 102 14/4/1990 2011 DFA/2017 Marist College, Brisbane (Qld)/Collingwood

INTERCEPT POSS.

Toby Greene Matt de Boer Sam Jacobs Jacob Hopper Daniel Lloyd

0

22 184 83 12/2/1995 2014

14 13 12 11 10

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

1 49

23 1 129 129 0

7/2011 Frankston Bombers (Vic)/Dandenong U18

2/2013 East Brighton (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0 77

TACKLES

40 182 80 12/7/1992 2012 PDN/2011 Melton (Vic)/Western U18

23 1 116 116

0 12

LANGDON Zac

17 177 81 13/11/1995 2018

3

1

1 22

LLOYD Daniel

38 187 85 18/2/1992 2017 RE/2018 Killarney Vale (NSW)

18

1 40 40

2 33

MUMFORD Shane

41 198 105 5/7/1986

20 0 192 92

0 52

22/2018 St Bernard’s (Vic)/St Bernard’s College (Vic)/Western U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

14/2016 Collingullie-Glenfield Park (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18

19

1

37

37

4

8

Josh Kelly Sam Jacobs Matt de Boer Heath Shaw Isaac Cumming

2008 PSS/2019 Bunyip (Vic)/Geelong (VFL)/Geelong/Sydney

O’HALLORAN Xavier

33 186 86 11/7/2000

PERRYMAN Harry

36 184 82 19/12/1998 2017

****

REID Sam

50 188 88 7/11/1989 2008 RD/2018 Zillmere (Qld)/Western Bulldogs/GWS (NEAFL)

RICCARDI Jake

26 195 96 7/11/1999

SHAW Heath

23 183 88 27/11/1985 2005 TR/2013 Diamond Creek (Vic)/Northern U18/Collingwood

SHERIDAN Tommy

11 187 82 28/10/1993 2012 RD/2020 Riddells Creek (Vic)/Calder U18/Fremantle

****

25

25

26 0 90 80

51/2019 St Bernard’s (Vic)/St Bernard’s Coll (Vic)/Calder U18/W’bee (Vic) 0

0

0

0

0 29 0

0

26 1 309 136 0 39 1

0 82

1

0 31

0

0

2

2

0

0

28 197 92 12/5/1998 2019 RD/2020 Albury (NSW)/Murray U18/NSW-ACT U18

1

0

1

1

0

0

STEIN Jake

42 195 95 17/1/1994

5

0

5

5

0

0

TARANTO Tim

14 187 88 28/1/1998 2017

26 0 63

63

0 24

TAYLOR Sam

15 196 93 5/5/1999

22

1

31

0

WARD Callan

8 187 84 10/4/1990 2008 UPS/2011 Spotswood (Vic)/Western U18/Western Bulldogs

1

0 217 157 0 107

19

1 134 134 0 60

SHIPLEY Nick

34 188 88 25/6/1999 2018

SPROULE Zach

WHITFIELD Lachie WILLIAMS Zac

64/2017 St George (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18

2019 RD/2020 St Dominic’s College, Penrith (NSW) 2018

6 187 81 18/7/1994 2013

2/2016 Mordialloc Braeside (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Sandr U18 28/2017 Upper Swan (WA)/Guilford Grammar (WA)/Swan Dists (WAFL) 1/2012 Mornington (Vic)/Dandenong U18

29 185 84 20/9/1994 2013 RE/2013 Albury (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18/Murray U18

31

7 5 5 5 5

OTHER

1 119 119

56/2017 Dampier (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

2 2 2 1 1

39 0

KEEFFE Lachlan

Lachie Whitfield Harry Perryman Nick Haynes Toby Greene Josh Kelly

7

Toby Greene Brent Daniels Daniel Lloyd Harry Himmelberg Sam Jacobs

4.1 4.0 3.0 2.0 2.0

0 74

0

KELLY Josh

UNCONTESTED POSS.

0 15

0

POSSESSION 11 8 8 7 7

8

23 1 167 149 0

DE BOER Matt

HATELY Jackson

58/2016 Swanbourne (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Fremantle

Toby Greene Harry Perryman Jeremy Cameron Stephen Coniglio Daniel Lloyd

15

DANIELS Brent

27/2017 Nyah-Nyah West Und (Vic)/Geelong Gram (Vic)/Bendigo U18

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

24

CONTESTED POSS. Jacob Hopper Nick Haynes Stephen Coniglio Josh Kelly Brent Daniels

2020

0 0

BROWN Callum

4/2019 Shepparton Bears (Vic)/Notre Dame College (Vic)/Murray U18

THIS CLUB

0

32 200 103 6/10/1999

****

TOTAL

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

GOALS

0

BRIGGS Kieren

CAMERON Jeremy

17 12 12 12 12

MARKS

Jacob Hopper Harry Perryman Lachie Whitfield Josh Kelly Stephen Coniglio

ASH Lachie

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

6 5 5 4 2 7 5 4 3 3

INSIDE 50s Jacob Hopper Sam Jacobs Brent Daniels Harry Himmelberg Stephen Coniglio

5 4 4 3 3

1

24 0 102 102 0 25

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

S.Mumford

20

9.5 2.9 6.6 56.9 75.8 58.3

67.0

33.0 30.9 9.4 30.3 383

S.Jacobs

6

11.2 6.2 5.0 40.5 58.2 163.8

58.6

41.4 34.3 11.7 34.0

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

216

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

T.Taranto

26

27.7 16.6 11.2 48.5 59.6 391.3

40.6

59.4

4.1 5.2 6.3

132

J.Hopper

24

25.9 13.0 12.8 49.5 62.5 322.6

52.8

47.2

4.0 6.0 4.1

103

L.Whitfield

20

26.7 16.7 10.0 70.4 73.6 470.1

27.5

72.5

3.5 3.3 2.8

62

J.Kelly

19

27.6 15.6 12.0 55.2 69.9 419.0

38.8

61.2

4.1 4.6 5.5

40

S.Coniglio

16

26.1 16.3 9.8 55.6 64.8 358.4

37.2

62.8

3.9 5.0 3.8

32

H.Perryman

20

18.5 11.2 7.3 65.6 72.1 255.2 34.6

65.4

2.1 1.0 3.1

317

M.de Boer

20

16.6 6.5 10.1 60.0 73.8 144.4

44.9

55.1

1.5 3.6 5.2

190

J.Hately

7

16.0 8.6 7.4 55.0 72.3 204.8

31.4

68.6

1.9 0.9 3.4

545

J.Caldwell

2

11.5 6.5 5.0 69.2 65.2 168.0

41.7

58.3

3.0 2.5 4.5

605

T.Green

1

6.0 3.0 3.0 66.7 83.3 137.9

57.1

42.9

0.0 2.0 2.0

635

C.Ward

1

1.0 1.0 0.0 100.0 100.0 39.6

0.0

100.0

1.0 0.0 0.0

130

T.Sheridan

1

AFL average

FORWARDS

1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 100.0 -5.0 21.8

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 486 40.2

59.8

3.4

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

J.Cameron

25

15.7 11.4 4.3 62.8 67.1 305.6 35.3 64.7 79 50 61.2 60

J.Finlayson

24

12.2 9.3 2.9 67.4 71.0 236.3

39.3

60.7

45 25 64.3

121

H.Himmelberg

26

11.7 6.7 5.0 74.6 79.9 157.9

45.9

54.1

38 12 76.0

122

T.Greene

20

23.0 14.8 8.3 53.2 60.9 377.7

43.3

56.7

31

15 67.4

239

39.0

8 69.2

288

D.Lloyd

19

12.7 7.5 5.2 62.0 68.5 222.8

61.0

18

B.Daniels

27

14.4 7.6 6.8 61.0 71.2 217.6 39.6

60.4

11 20 35.5 244

I.Hill

8

9.8 6.1 3.6 65.3 73.1 156.4 36.5

63.5

7

Z.Langdon

4

9.0 5.5 3.5 50.0 61.1 136.2 45.9

54.1

1

1 50.0 376

Z.Sproule

1

5.0 4.0 1.0 100.0 100.0 103.5

20.0

80.0

0

0

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS Z.Williams

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

5 58.3 516 0.0

641

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking 24

23.7 17.3 6.3 67.8 73.4 472.9

39.0

61.0

H.Shaw

27

N.Haynes

24

S.Reid

26

A.Kennedy P.Davis

19.8 15.9 3.9 73.3 75.7 399.3

28.1

18.8 14.0 4.9 72.5 76.5 333.4

28.8

15.0 8.7 6.3 75.1 77.9 195.7

37.2

24

15.4 10.0 5.5 70.7 78.1 264.4

22.8

24

13.4 8.4 5.0 76.1 81.1 163.0

37.5

S.Taylor

23

10.5 5.0 5.5 73.9 79.7 142.9

41.4

58.6

A.Corr

9

12.3 9.2 3.1 84.3 85.6 252.0

26.2

73.8

3.6 3.8 1.6

414

M.Buntine

9

11.8 7.6 4.2 64.7 69.8 152.3

35.8

64.2

0.9 1.8 2.1

474

L.Keeffe

10

8.1 5.3 2.8 83.0 80.2 101.3

41.6

58.4

0.7 5.4 1.7

470

I.Cumming

6

11.3 6.7 4.7 75.0 83.8 149.5

38.7

61.3

1.7 1.3 2.7

539

J.Stein

5

7.8 5.2 2.6 76.9 82.1 102.8 30.8

69.2

1.2 7.4 4.4

564

C.Idun

1

AFL average

4.3 0.9 3.1

150

71.9

6.3 2.1 2.3

248

71.2

4.8 3.8 1.5

171

62.8

1.8 1.3 2.5

326

77.2

2.2 0.8 1.8

289

62.5

2.8 6.0 1.8

145

2.4 6.0 1.6

304

8.0 5.0 3.0 100.0 87.5 74.8

37.5

62.5 0.0 2.0 2.0 633

16.0

33.4

66.6

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

24.16 (160) v Gold Coast Suns, round 2, 2017, Giants Stadium

LOWEST SCORE

3.7 (25) v Richmond, Grand Final, 2019, MCG

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

108 pts v Gold Coast, round 12, 2018, Giants Stadium

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

OVERALL RECORD: 188 games – 83 wins, 102 losses, 3 draws GRAND FINALS: 1 PREMIERSHIPS: 0 Head-to-head v

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

P

W

Six games – round 4, 2016 to round 9, 2016

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

21 games – round 20, 2012 to round 18, 2013

MOST GAMES

L

D

12 3 9 0 10 7 3 0 9 6 3 0 10 4 6 0 10 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 9 4 5 0 11 3 7 1 13 9 4 0 9 3 5 1 12 6 6 0 9 3 6 0 10 6 4 0 13 4 9 0 10 5 4 1 18 7 11 0 0 0 0 0 11 3 8 0 12 6 6 0

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

Giants Stadium

65

37

27

1

UNSW Canberra Oval

24

13

11

0

Marvel Stadium

20

8

11

1

MCG

20 4 16 0

Adelaide Oval

10

SCG

8 3 5 0

Gabba

7 5 2 0

Metricon Stadium

6

3

3

0

GMHBA Stadium

5

1

4

0

Blundstone Arena

4

2

2

0

Optus Stadium

2 0 2 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

2

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

4

0

0

6

1

0

0

1

0

Callan Ward* Jeremy Cameron* Phil Davis* Toby Greene* Adam Tomlinson Dylan Shiel Heath Shaw* Stephen Coniglio* Lachie Whitfield* Nick Haynes* Tom Scully Josh Kelly* Adam Kennedy* Devon Smith Zac Williams* Shane Mumford* Jonathon Patton

(157) (155) (149) (146) (140) (135) (136) (134) (134) (129) (121) (119) (116) (109) (102) (92) (89)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Heath Shaw* Callan Ward* Adam Tomlinson Dylan Shiel Lachie Whitfield* Harry Himmelberg* Josh Kelly*

(96) (95) (51) (48) (48) (46) (44)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

41 Shane Mumford

(192 – Geel, Syd & GWS)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Callan Ward* Phil Davis*

(157) (148)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Leon Cameron* Kevin Sheedy

MOST GOALS

Jeremy Cameron* Toby Greene* Jonathon Patton Devon Smith Stephen Coniglio* Josh Kelly* Harry Himmelberg* Callan Ward* Rhys Palmer Tom Scully Steve Johnson Dylan Shiel Rory Lobb Lachie Whitfield*

(143) (44)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

2012 (10,241), 2013 (12,681), 2014 (13,040), 2015 (13,480), 2016 (15,312), 2017 (20,944), 2018 (25,243), 2019 (30,109) * denotes current players or coach

9 Jeremy Cameron* (v Gold Coast, round 23, 2019, Metricon Stadium) 7 Jeremy Cameron* (v Collingwood, round 18, 2013, MCG) 7 Jeremy Cameron* (v Hawthorn, round 6, 2015, Giants Stadium) 7 Jeremy Cameron* (v Carlton, round 22, 2015, Giants Stadium) 7 Jeremy Cameron* (v Gold Coast Suns, round 8, 2016, Giants Stadium) 7 Jeremy Cameron* (v Richmond, round 3, 2019, Giants Stadium)

CLUB FORMATION AND KEY DATES March 13, 2008

The AFL wins the support of the 16 club presidents to establish an 18th side to be based at Blacktown Olympic Park in Sydney’s western suburbs.

October 20, 2009

The AFL Commission approves draft and player concessions for GWS in 2010 and 2011, for its entry to the AFL competition for the 2012 season.

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME

LEGEND: Kevin Sheedy (coach GWS, also Rich, coach Ess)

November 9, 2009

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

Four-time Essendon premiership coach Kevin Sheedy is announced coach.

2019: Jeremy Cameron (67)

RUNNER-UP

July 29, 2010

The AFL Commission announces it has granted Team GWS a licence to become the 18th team, starting in 2012. The announcement was made after the formal signing of an agreement with the NSW Government and the Royal Agricultural Society for a $60 million redevelopment of the Sydney Showgrounds.

2019

WOODEN SPOONS

2012, 2013

FINALS

11 games, 6 wins, 5 losses

MOST FINALS

Phil Davis* Nick Haynes* Jacob Hopper* Zac Williams* Toby Greene* Josh Kelly* Adam Tomlinson Lachie Whitfield* Jeremy Cameron* Matt de Boer* Harry Himmelberg* Heath Shaw* Tim Taranto*

November 10, 2010

GWS announces a partnership with the ACT Government to play 30 premiership season games and 10 pre-season games in Canberra in the next 10 years.

(11) (11) (11) (11) (10) (10) (10) (10) (9) (9) (9) (9) (8)

November 16, 2010

GWS launches its name, logo and colours. The club will be known as the Greater Western Sydney Giants and will wear orange, charcoal and white, with the traditional NSW blue to feature in the away guernsey.

February 19, 2011

GWS plays its first games in the NAB Cup, losing to Sydney by 79 points and to Gold Coast by 25 points.

April 9, 2011

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Toby Greene* Jeremy Cameron* Harry Himmelberg* Jonathon Patton Callan Ward* Stephen Coniglio* Jeremy Finlayson*

The Giants play their first game in the newly formed North East Australian Football League.

(17) (16) (12) (7) (7) (7) (7)

November 24, 2011

GWS has 11 of the first selections in the 2011 NAB AFL Draft. The No. 1 pick is Jonathon Patton.

March 24, 2012

GWS loses its first AFL game, beaten by 63 points by Sydney. Callan Ward kicks the club’s first goal.

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

19.11 (125) v West Coast Eagles, 1SF, 2017

May 12, 2012

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

The Giants win their first AFL game, defeating the Gold Coast by 27 points at Manuka Oval.

3.7 (25) v Richmond, Grand Final, 2019 (406) (170) (130) (100) (80) (77) (76) (74) (72) (67) (64) (64) (64) (60)

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

October 4, 2012

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

August 27, 2016

Highly regarded Hawthorn assistant coach Leon Cameron signs a four-year deal to join the Giants.

67 points v West Coast Eagles, 1SF, 2017

6 Steve Johnson v West Coast Eagles, 1SF, 2017

The Giants finish fourth on the ladder to qualify for their first finals series.

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Three games (EF, 2019, to PF, 2019)

September 10, 2016

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

The Giants win their first final, defeating the Sydney Swans by 36 points in the qualifying final at ANZ Stadium.

Two games (2016-17)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

September 28, 2019

22 games – 9 wins, 13 losses

The Giants play in their first Grand Final, going down to Richmond by 89 points.

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8 5 5 5 4

HANDBALLS Tom Mitchell Jaeger O’Meara Liam Shiels Sam Frost Isaac Smith

14 12 9 7 7

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Jaeger O’Meara Tom Mitchell Sam Frost Chad Wingard Liam Shiels

14 14 8 8 7

UNCONTESTED POSS. Liam Shiels James Worpel Tom Scully Chad Wingard Jaeger O’Meara

18 14 13 12 10

INTERCEPT POSS. James Sicily Sam Frost Jack Gunston Isaac Smith Liam Shiels

9 8 7 6 5

2020

MARKS Ricky Henderson Chad Wingard James Worpel James Sicily Jack Gunston

TOTAL

15 15 14 13 13

22 184 84 47 197 99 9 186 90 18 204 103 46 185 85 30 189 76 12 193 95 8 194 93 13 189 86 45 181 75 44 186 82 19 193 87 41 181 78 15 181 80 27 199 100 31 188 89 17 191 89 4 178 82 39 197 87 29 185 80 40 185 83 34 196 95 2 198 98 32 189 82 7 200 102 38 179 80 3 182 84 36 176 76 35 186 76 1 180 81 11 197 93 23 193 92 10 183 84 25 198 101 42 181 84 28 173 78 43 208 102 37 193 81 14 193 90 21 181 80 26 183 85 6 186 87 16 188 83 24 189 88 33 188 85 20 183 83 5 185 87

THIS CLUB

KICKS Liam Shiels James Sicily Chad Wingard Jack Gunston James Worpel

BREUST Luke BROOKSBY Keegan BURGOYNE Shaun CEGLAR Jonathon COUSINS James DAY Will FRAWLEY James FROST Sam GLASS Conor GOLDS Will GREAVES Damon GUNSTON Jack HANRAHAN Oliver HARDWICK Blake HARTLEY Michael HENDERSON Ricky HOWE Daniel IMPEY Jarman JEKA Emerson JIATH Changkuoth JONES Harry KOSCHITZKE Jacob LEWIS Mitchell MAGINNESS Finn McEVOY Ben MINCHINGTON Darren MITCHELL Tom MOORE Dylan MORRIS Josh MORRISON Harry NASH Conor O’BRIEN Tim O’MEARA Jaeger PATTON Jonathon PEPPER Harrison PUOPOLO Paul REEVES Ned ROSS Jackson SCRIMSHAW Jack SCULLY Tom SHIELS Liam SICILY James SMITH Isaac STRATTON Ben WALKER Mathew WINGARD Chad WORPEL James

TOTAL

25 24 23 20 19

NO. HT. WT. DOB

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Tom Mitchell Liam Shiels Jaeger O’Meara Chad Wingard James Worpel

NAME

Temora (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18 22 Mitcham (SA)/S Adel (SANFL)/GCS/S Adel (SANFL)/WCE List 0 Mallee Park (SA)/Port Adelaide (SANFL)/Port Adelaide 18 Wodonga Raiders (Vic)/Murray U18/Collingwood List 15 Mansfield (Vic)/Murray U18 12 PHOS Camden (SA)/Sacred Heart Coll (SA)/West Adel (SANFL) 0 East Point (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/Melbourne 18 Ormond (Vic)/Wesley College (Vic)/Sandr U18/GWS/Melbourne 22 County Derry (Ireland) 7 Kew Rovers (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 Busselton (WA)/East Perth (WAFL) 0 Beaumaris (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Sandr U18/Adelaide 20 East Brighton (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Sandringham U18 9 East Doncaster (Vic)/Eastern U18 22 Penrith (NSW)/Sydney Uni (NSW)/Coll Rks/Coburg (VFL)/Ess 3 Trentham (Vic)/Adelaide 22 Rennie (NSW)/Xavier College (Vic)/Murray U18 12 Shepparton Swans (Vic)/Murray U18/Port Adelaide 17 Altona ((Vic)/Maribyrnong College (Vic)/Western U18 0 Morwell (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Gippsland U18 2 Wodonga (Vic)/Murray U18 0 Albury (NSW)/Albury High School (NSW)/Murray U18 0 Wallan (Vic)/Whittlesea (Vic)/Calder U18 12 East Brighton (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Sandringham U18 0 Dederang-Mt Beauty (Vic)/Murray U18/St Kilda 19 Dromana (Vic)/Dandenong U18/St Kilda 0 Ashburton (Vic)/Claremont (WAFL)/Sydney 0 Rowville (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Eastern U18 7 Rosewater (SA)/Henley HS (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL) 0 Benalla Saints (Vic)/Murray U18 9 County Meath (Ireland) 14 West Gambier (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL) 16 Dongara (WA)/Perth (WAFL)/Gold Coast 21 Scoresby (Vic)/Eastern U18/GWS 0 Moe (Vic)/Lowanna College (Vic)/Gippsland U18 0 Hope Valley (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 22 East Malv (Vic)/St Kevin’s Coll (Vic)/Oakl U18/St Kevin’s OB (Vic) 0 Sth Belgrave (Vic)/H’bury Coll (Vic)/Old H’bury (Vic)/Eastern U18 0 Beaumaris (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Sandr U18/Gold Coast 10 Narre Warren (Vic)/Haileybury Coll (Vic)/Dande U18/Melb/GWS 21 The Basin (Vic)/Eastern U18 19 Keilor (Vic)/Western U18 22 Wagga Tigers (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18/Redan (Vic)/N Ballarat (VFL) 19 Margaret River (WA)/East Perth (WAFL) 19 Albury (NSW)/Murray U18 0 Imperials (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)/Port Adel 14 Bell Park (Vic)/Geelong U18 22

1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1

208 14 377 77 19 0 226 92 17 0 0 193 10 66 44 153 62 116 0 2 0 0 14 0 207 28 112 7 0 32 19 63 93 90 0 191 0 0 14 174 206 83 201 189 0 162 34

208 0 220 77 19 0 87 1 17 0 0 179 10 66 0 63 62 41 0 2 0 0 14 0 116 0 47 7 0 32 19 63 49 1 0 191 0 0 10 22 206 83 201 189 0 15 34

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0

395 3 293 40 9 0 24 8 1 0 0 367 8 5 1 79 11 51 0 0 0 0 20 0 84 22 61 2 0 5 11 50 52 131 0 181 0 0 0 86 75 56 161 1 0 247 14

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

11/11/1990 2011 27/4/1990 2015 21/10/1982 2002 14/2/1991 2013 19/3/1998 2017 5/6/2001 **** 20/9/1988 2007 28/8/1993 2012 28/9/1997 2017 6/5/2000 **** 25/4/2000 **** 16/10/1991 2010 27/8/1998 2019 5/2/1997 2016 7/6/1993 2016 11/9/1988 2010 4/12/1995 2015 9/7/1995 2014 18/9/2001 **** 13/6/1999 2019 15/3/1999 **** 11/7/2000 **** 14/10/1998 2018 23/2/2001 **** 11/7/1989 2008 9/12/1993 2013 31/5/1993 2013 4/8/1999 2019 7/11/2001 **** 12/11/1998 2017 28/7/1998 2018 28/3/1994 2014 23/2/1994 2013 20/5/1993 2012 9/8/2001 **** 2/12/1987 2011 31/10/1998 **** 22/6/1999 **** 4/9/1998 2017 15/5/1991 2010 29/4/1991 2009 6/1/1995 2015 30/12/1988 2011 1/3/1989 2010 14/2/2000 **** 29/7/1993 2012 24/1/1999 2018

77/2011 PSS/2020 TR/2009 RE/2013 RE/2018 13/2019 UFA/2014 TR/2019 RD/2016 RD/2019 RD/2019 TR/2011 RE/2019 44/2015 PD/2020 DFA/2016 31/2014 TR/2017 RD/2020 RD/2018 RD/2018 52/2018 76/2016 29/2019 TR/2013 PSS/2020 TR/2016 67/2017 57/2019 74/2016 RE/2019 28/2012 TR/2016 TR/2019 RD/2020 66/2010 PSS/2019 71/2017 TR/2018 TR/2018 34/2008 56/2013 19/2010 46/2009 63/2018 TR/2018 45/2017

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Shaun Burgoyne Chad Wingard Luke Breust Oliver Hanrahan Jonathon Patton

3.0 3.0 3.0 1.1 1.1

SCORE ASSISTS Luke Breust Shaun Burgoyne Jonathon Patton James Worpel Oliver Hanrahan

4 2 2 2 1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS Luke Breust Oliver Hanrahan Chad Wingard James Worpel Shaun Burgoyne

10 8 7 7 6

OTHER CLEARANCES Tom Mitchell Jaeger O’Meara Luke Breust James Worpel Jonathon Ceglar

9 4 3 2 2

TACKLES Liam Shiels Jaeger O’Meara Luke Breust Shaun Burgoyne James Worpel

6 5 5 4 4

INSIDE 50s Liam Shiels Harry Morrison Chad Wingard Oliver Hanrahan Sam Frost

7 5 4 3 3

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

ASBESTOS & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ASSESSMENTS Same day asbestos sample testing Air monitoring & indoor air quality ˜ Mould analysis & monitoring ˜ Hazardous materials assessments ˜ Asbestos awareness training ˜ Workplace safety assessments ˜ Lead paint management ˜ ˜

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

B.McEvoy

20

12.3 5.3 7.0 69.8 78.4 100.4

58.6

41.4

J.Ceglar

16

13.0 5.5 7.5 51.1 69.7 140.3

59.2

40.8 20.8 4.9 23.8

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS J.Worpel

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

27.1 8.1 29.8 26.4

7.7

21 264

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking 23

26.2 14.0 12.2 53.7 66.2 375.4

45.9

54.1

4.3 6.1 4.8

114

J.O’Meara

22

25.6 15.4 10.3 48.2 61.2 356.6

45.1

54.9

3.5 6.1 5.8

96

R.Henderson

23

24.0 14.8 9.2 70.1 75.2 433.1

24.9

75.1

4.0 1.9 2.0

112

L.Shiels

20 23.3 13.2 10.1 51.1 66.0 352.2 37.4 62.6 3.7 3.9 6.6

I.Smith

20

22.3 14.3 8.1 64.6 73.3 468.0

23.4

76.6

4.7 1.7 2.3

156

T.Scully

22

18.3 9.3 9.0 63.7 72.7 274.4

27.7

72.3

3.4 1.2 2.3

379

C.Wingard

15

18.6 10.7 7.9 52.2 67.0 355.1

37.0

63.0

4.5 2.8 4.2

102

J.Cousins

12

18.3 10.8 7.5 67.4 74.4 309.4

31.2

68.8

3.6 2.2 2.8

471

D.Howe

12

16.2 9.3 6.9 64.9 74.2 204.3

45.4

54.6

1.7 2.1 3.7

293

H.Morrison

10

12.6 7.4 5.2 66.2 73.8 212.9

32.5

67.5

2.5 1.0 3.1

343

T.Mitchell

1

25.0 11.0 14.0 72.7 84.0 257.7

58.3

41.7

2.0 9.0 3.0

142

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

91

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

L.Breust

23

13.7 7.5 6.2 57.0 67.5 221.0

53.5

46.5

37 17 68.5

35

J.Gunston

21

15.5 11.1 4.4 62.0 67.8 312.8

31.9

68.1

26 22 54.2

67

M.Lewis

12

11.5 7.7 3.8 56.5 63.8 160.1

55.4

44.6

20 15 57.1

477

P.Puopolo

23

11.8 5.3 6.6 59.5 74.6 136.8

52.0

48.0

10 10 50.0

178

51.2

C.Nash

14

8.9 3.8 5.1 66.0 74.2 89.7

48.8

9 4 69.2 450

O.Hanrahan

10

13.3 7.7 5.6 54.5 63.2 205.8 36.8 63.2

8 5 61.5 506

D.Moore

7

11.9 5.1 6.7 69.4 79.5 115.6

38.2

61.8

2

2 50.0 544

J.Patton

1

7.0 5.0 2.0 80.0 85.7 90.2

14.3

85.7

1

1 50.0 463

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

J.Sicily

23

20.9 16.0 5.0 79.0 80.7 449.6

32.5

67.5

6.2 4.3 1.4

75

B.Hardwick

22

17.4 11.7 5.6 75.2 79.1 281.4

31.6

68.4

4.5 2.9 3.1

182

S.Frost

23

13.3 8.3 5.0 67.7 72.6 223.6

43.0

57.0

3.3 4.4 1.6

186

S.Burgoyne

19

15.9 9.6 6.3 72.5 78.8 251.7

37.5

62.5

2.5 1.9 3.6

119

J.Impey

17

16.5 10.8 5.7 76.1 79.4 290.5

32.9

67.1

2.5 1.1 2.8

202

J.Frawley

19

11.8 8.5 3.3 79.5 77.2 215.1

31.3

68.7

2.7 4.3 1.6

281

T.O’Brien

17

12.5 8.5 3.9 71.0 73.1 212.2

47.9

52.1

1.4 3.5 1.3

336

B.Stratton

20

9.0 5.0 4.1 73.7 80.0 56.5

33.1

66.9

1.1 3.3 1.5

318

J.Scrimshaw

10

16.0 8.6 7.4 67.4 77.5 236.7

41.3

58.8

2.1 1.8 1.8

483

C.Glass

7

13.6 8.1 5.4 64.9 77.9 243.8

25.0

75.0

1.1 1.1 1.4

521

M.Hartley

3

14.3 9.3 5.0 67.9 79.1 197.7

44.4

55.6

3.3 7.3 2.0

530

C.Jiath

2

14.5 5.0 9.5 80.0 82.8 91.5

34.5

65.5

1.5 4.0 2.5

584

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

36.15 (231) v Fitzroy, R6, 1991, North Hobart

LOWEST SCORE

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

P

W

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

12 games – R9, 1961 to Grand Final, 1961; R2, 2013 to R14, 2013

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

27 games – R16, 1927 to R6, 1929

MOST GAMES

L

D

42 23 19 0 51 31 20 0 167 64 103 0 165 68 97 0 163 65 98 0 116 63 52 1 36 28 8 0 166 75 90 1 12 10 2 0 9 5 3 1 164 87 77 0 176 97 77 2 35 16 19 0 159 70 89 0 157 82 73 2 167 93 72 2 0 0 0 0 52 24 28 0 162 83 77 2

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

MCG

365 210 154 1

Marvel Stadium

79

46

32

1

Uni of Tas Stadium

64

49

14

1

GMHBA Stadium

48

16

31

1

SCG

29 16 13 0

Gabba

20 6 14 0

Metricon Stadium

9

6

3

0

Adelaide Oval

8

5

3

0

Giants Stadium

3 0 3 0

Optus Stadium

2

2

0

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

1

1

0

0

Blundstone Arena 0 0 0 0 Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

165 points v Port Adelaide, R21, 2011, MCG

Head-to-head v

1963, 1975, 1984, 1985, 1987, 2012

Col Austen (1949 tied), Robert DiPierdomenico (1986 tied), John Platten (1987 tied), Shane Crawford (1999), Sam Mitchell (2012), Tom Mitchell* (2018)

1.7 (13) v Melbourne, R9, 1926, MCG

OVERALL RECORD: 1999 games – 984 wins, 1004 losses, 11 draws GRAND FINALS: 19 PREMIERSHIPS: 13

RUNNERS-UP

13 Lance Franklin (v North Melbourne, R10, 2012, University of Tasmania Stadium)

Michael Tuck Leigh Matthews Sam Mitchell Shane Crawford Luke Hodge Chris Langford Don Scott Kelvin Moore

(426) (332) (307) (305) (305) (303) (302) (300)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Andy Collins Michael Tuck Kelvin Moore Allan Woodley Shaun Burgoyne* Ian Law

(189) (138) (128) (110) (107) (100)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

9 Shane Crawford 15 Luke Hodge 17 Michael Tuck 52 Shaun Rehn

(305) (305) (426) (167 – Adel & Haw)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Graham Arthur Michael Tuck Luke Hodge Don Scott Shane Crawford Leigh Matthews

(153) (140) (125) (124) (121) (114)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Alastair Clarkson* John J. Kennedy Allan Jeans Jack Hale

MOST GOALS

Jason Dunstall Leigh Matthews Peter Hudson Michael Moncrieff Lance Franklin

(351) (299) (221) (146) (1254) (915) (727) (629) (580)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

17 Jason Dunstall (v Richmond, R7, 1992, Waverley Park) 16 Peter Hudson (v Melbourne, R5, 1969, Glenferrie Oval) 14 Jason Dunstall (v Footscray, R19, 1996, Waverley Park) 13 Peter Hudson (v South Melbourne, R11, 1969, Glenferrie Oval) 13 Peter Hudson (v South Melbourne, R8, 1970, Glenferrie Oval)

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1961, 1971, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 2012, 2013

WOODEN SPOONS

1925, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1941, 1942, 1946, 1949, 1950, 1953, 1965

FINALS

LEGENDS: Leigh Matthews (also coach Coll, Bris), Peter Hudson INDUCTEES: Graham Arthur, John J. Kennedy (also coach Haw, N Melb), Bert Chadwick (also Melb, coach Melb, Haw), Michael Tuck, Dan Minogue (also Coll, Rich, coach Rich, Haw, Carl, St K, Fitz), Allan Jeans (coach Haw, also St K, coach St K, Rich), Peter Knights (also coach Bris, Haw), Dermott Brereton (also Coll, Syd), Gary Ayres (also coach Geel, Adel), Gary Ablett snr (also Geel), Don Scott, David Parkin (also coach Haw, Carl, Fitz), Jason Dunstall, John Platten, Kelvin Moore, Robert DiPierdomenico, Darren Jarman (also Adel), Paul Salmon (also Ess), Chris Langford, Shane Crawford, Rick Davies, Terry Wallace (also Rich, Foots, coach WB, Rich)

86 games – 53 wins, 33 losses

MOST FINALS

Michael Tuck Leigh Matthews Gary Ayres Chris Mew Dermott Brereton

(39) (29) (28) (28) (26)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Jason Dunstall Leigh Matthews Dermott Brereton Jarryd Roughead Lance Franklin

(78) (72) (53) (47) (46)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

24.22 (166) v North Melbourne, 1st SF, 1982

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

Leigh Matthews (forward pocket), Gary Ablett snr (interchange)

5.15 (45) v North Melbourne, PF, 1977

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

1963-1965: John Peck (69, 68, 56) 1968: Peter Hudson (125) 1970-1971: Peter Hudson (146, 140) 1975: Leigh Matthews (67) 1977: Peter Hudson (99) 1988-1989: Jason Dunstall (124, 128) 1992: Jason Dunstall (139) 2008: Lance Franklin (102) 2011: Lance Franklin (71) 2013: Jarryd Roughead* (68)

99 points v Sydney, QF, 1987

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

78 points v Essendon, GF, 1985

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

8  M  ichael Moncrieff, v Collingwood, QF, 1978; Dermott Brereton, v Essendon, GF, 1985; Lance Franklin, v W Bulldogs, QF, 2008

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Six games (2013-14)

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Colin Robertson (1983), Gary Ayres (1986, 1988), Paul Dear (1991), Luke Hodge (2008, 2014), Brian Lake (2013), Cyril Rioli* (2015)

Four games (EF 1992-QF 1996; QF 2016-)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

134 games – 83 wins, 51 losses Premierships 1968, 1969, 1977, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1999

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

Paul Hudson (1992), Paul Salmon (1999)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

John J. Kennedy (1961, 1971, 1976), David Parkin (1978), Allan Jeans (1983, 1986, 1989), Alan Joyce (1988, 1991), Alastair Clarkson* (2008, 2013, 2014, 2015)

1984 (8051), 1985 (7713), 1986 (7335), 1987 (6516), 1988 (7099), 1989 (8520), 1990 (9882), 1991 (10,006), 1992 (12,338), 1993 (11,388), 1994 (11,245), 1995 (12,728), 1996 (12,484), 1997 (27,005), 1998 (27,649), 1999 (32,120), 2000 (26,879), 2001 (30,140), 2002 (33,319), 2003 (31,500), 2004 (31,255), 2005 (29,261), 2006 (28,003), 2007 (31,064), 2008 (41,436), 2009 (52,496), 2010 (53,978), 2011 (56,224), 2012 (60,841), 2013 (63,353), 2014 (68,650), 2015 (72,924), 2016 (75,351), 2017 (75,663), 2018 (80,302), 2019 (81,211)

JIM STYNES MEDALLIST

Luke Hodge (2014)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Nick Holland (1995), Sam Mitchell (2003)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Leigh Matthews (1982), Russell Greene (1984), Jason Dunstall (1992), Shane Crawford (1999), Tom Mitchell* (2018)

* denotes current players or coach

PREMIERSHIPS

1961, 1971, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015

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23 16 14 11 9

THIS CLUB

BAKER Oskar

33 184 84 25/5/1998 2019

48/2017 Wilston Grange (Qld)/Aspley (NEAFL)

9

0

9

9

0

2

BEDFORD Toby

12 178 70 27/5/2000 2020

75/2018 Rosebud (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Dandenong U18

0

1

1

1

0

0

BENNELL Harley

17 185 84 2/10/1992 2011 PSS/2020 Pinjarra (WA)/Peel Thunder (WAFL)/Gold Coast/Fremantle

0

0 83

0

0 95

NAME

NO. HT. WT. DOB

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

2020

TOTAL

34 31 24 21 20

2019

Jack Viney Ed Langdon Christian Petracca Michael Hibberd Clayton Oliver

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

Kysaiah Pickett Tom McDonald Jack Viney Alex Neal-Bullen Jake Melksham

BRADTKE Austin

46 204 91 27/5/2000 **** RD/2019 East Sandringham (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)

0

0

0

0

0

BRAYSHAW Angus

10 187 87 9/1/1996

22

1

81

81

0 37

BROWN Mitch

38 196 91 28/8/1990 2011 PSS/2020 Chelt (Vic)/Ment Gram (Vic)/Sandr U18/Geel/Sandr (VFL)/Ess

16

1

71

1

0 68

CHANDLER Kade

37 174 77 13/1/2000 2019 RD/2019 Western United (SA)/Prince Alfred College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 1

0

1

1

0

0

SCORE ASSISTS

DUNKLEY Kyle

48 185 80 20/6/2000 2019 MD/2019 Sale (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Gippsland U18

5

0

5

5

0

3

FRITSCH Bayley

31 188 82 6/12/1996 2018

22

1 46 46

0 37 0 58

Bayley Fritsch Michael Hibberd Toby Bedford Oscar McDonald Ed Langdon

2015

3/2014 Hampton Rovers (Vic)/Sandringham U18

31/2017 Coldstream (Vic)/Casey Demons (VFL)

0

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

GAWN Max

11 208 107 30/12/1991 2011 34/2009 Ormond (Vic)/Sandringham U18

21

1 121 121

HANNAN Mitch

19 189 86 9/3/1994

6

0 41

41

0 48

HARMES James

4 185 82 5/10/1995 2015 RD/2014 Devon Meadows (Vic)/Dandenong U18

22

1 92

92

0 56

1 143 59

2017 46/2016 Gisborne Rookies (Vic)/St Bernard’s (Vic)/Footscray (VFL)

2. 2 2. 0 1. 1 1. 0 1. 0 2 1 1 1 1

MARKS

HIBBERD Michael

14 186 90 3/1/1990

2011 TR/2016 Somerville (Vic)/Dandenong U18/Frankston (VFL)/Essendon

19

0 13

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

Michael Hibberd Max Gawn Adam Tomlinson Christian Petracca Bayley Fritsch

HORE Marty

34 190 84 5/3/1996

2019

56/2018 Leitchville-Gunbower (Vic)/Bendigo U18/Collingwood (VFL)

14 0 14

14

0

HUNT Jayden

29 187 82 3/4/1995

2016

57/2013 East Sandringham (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)

21 0 68

68

0 31

6 199 94 29/9/2001 ****

3/2019 Bullcreek-Leeming (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

7

1 149 149 0 24

Kysaiah Pickett Ed Langdon Bayley Fritsch Alex Neal-Bullen Jack Viney

9 6 6 6 5

HANDBALLS Jack Viney James Harmes Christian Petracca Clayton Oliver Angus Brayshaw

20 13 13 12 10

JACKSON Luke JETTA Neville JONES Nathan

39 180 83 12/2/1990 2009 RE/2014 Carey Park (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL) 2 180 85 20/1/1988 2006 12/2005 Mt Eliza (Vic)/Dandenong U18

0

0

0

0

0

KOLODJASHNIJ Kade

16 190 86 9/8/1995

2014 TR/2018 Prospect (Tas)/Launceston (Tas)/Gold Coast

2

0 80

2

0 14

OTHER

LANGDON Ed

15 182 78 1/2/1996

2015 TR/2019 Glen Iris (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18/Frem 22

1 69

1

0 33

CLEARANCES

LEVER Jake

Jack Viney Clayton Oliver 1 193 100 10/1/1992 2011 TR/2018 Southern Districts (NT)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/NT U18/GCS 8 1 132 9 0 22 Max Gawn Ed Langdon 28 196 100 18/3/1996 2015 53/2014 Edenhope-Apsley (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 12 1 75 75 0 1 25 194 99 18/9/1992 2011 53/2010 Edenhope-Apsley (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 15 1 162 162 2 104 Christian Petracca

LOCKHART Jay MAY Steven McDONALD Oscar

8 195 91 5/3/1996

41 177 75 3/2/1996

2015

McDONALD Tom

18 186 83 29/8/1991 2010

NEAL-BULLEN Alex

30 182 80 9/1/1996

NIETSCHKE Aaron

27 184 82 26/5/2000 ****

OLIVER Clayton

13 187 85 22/7/1997 2016

Ed Langdon Michael Hibberd Jack Viney Christian Petracca Angus Brayshaw

27 20 16 14 13

INTERCEPT POSS. Jay Lockhart Jack Viney James Harmes Oscar McDonald Jake Lever

9 8 7 7 7

PETRACCA Christian

5 186 96 4/1/1996

TR/2017 Romsey (Vic)/Calder U18/Adelaide

2019 PSS/2019 North Launceston (Tas)/Launceston College (Tas)/Casey (VFL)

MELKSHAM Jake

UNCONTESTED POSS.

22 0 286 286 0 138

23 186 80 20/12/2000 **** 33/2018 Yarrawonga (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

POSSESSION 20 11 10 8 8

0

JORDON James

CONTESTED POSS. Jack Viney Christian Petracca Clayton Oliver Jay Lockhart James Harmes

0

1

TR/2015 Oak Park (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Calder U18/Essendon

2015 40/2014 Plympton (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)

2016

53/2018 Eudunda-Robertstown (SA)/Central District (SANFL)

8

1

76

20

0

3

12

1

13

13

0

9

12

1 169 55

1 126

TACKLES

14

1

74

74

1 58

0

0

0

0

0

Jack Viney Clayton Oliver James Harmes Christian Petracca Toby Bedford

4/2015 Mooroopna (Vic)/Bendigo U18/Murray U18

22

1 83

83

0 26

22

1 86

86

0 79

PETTY Harrison

35 197 89 12/11/1999 2018

37/2017 Wudinna United (SA)/Rostrevor College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 10 0

11

36 171 71 2/6/2001 2020

12/2019 Port District (SA)/Prince Alfred Coll (SA)/W-W Torrens (SANFL)

PREUSS Braydon RIVERS Trent SALEM Christian SPARGO Charlie

0

2/2014 Beverley Hills (Vic)/Eastern U18

PICKETT Kysaiah

SMITH Joel

0

11

0

0

1

1

1

2

2

21 206 114 16/6/1995 2017 TR/2018 Surfers Paradise (Qld)/Townsville (Qld)/North Melb

7

0 15

7

0

9

24 188 85 30/7/2001 ****

0

0

0

0

0

3 183 81 15/7/1995 2014 44 191 87 25/2/1996 2017 9 173 71 25/11/1999 2018

32/2019 Willetton (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) 9/2013 Hampton Rovers (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

20 0 90 90

6

0 19

RE/2017 Maribyrnong Park (Vic)

0

0

11

11

0

29/2017 Albury (NSW)/Murray U18

8

1

27

27

0 16

2

SPARROW Tom

32 183 85 31/5/2000 2019

2

0

2

0

TOMLINSON Adam

20 194 96 10/8/1993 2012 UFA/2019 Canterbury (Vic)/Trinity Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/GWS

25

1 141

1

0 35

VANDENBERG Aaron

22 188 93 3/3/1992

0

0 35

35

0 22

VINEY Jack

27/2018 Bridgewater Callington (SA)/South Adelaide (SANFL)

1

2015 RD/2015 Tathra (NSW)/Ainslie (NEAFL)

7 178 84 13/4/1994 2013

26/2012 Ashburton (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/Casey (VFL) 21

1

1 120 120

1 32

0 19

WAGNER Corey

40 181 75 23/3/1997 2016 PSS/2019 Aspley (NEAFL)/North Melb/Casey Demons (VFL)

11

11

0

6

WAGNER Josh

42 189 84 24/6/1994 2016 RD/2016 Aspley (NEAFL)

12 0 40 40

0

2

WEIDEMAN Sam

26 195 97 26/6/1997 2016

11

0 27

9/2015 Vermont (Vic)/Whitefriars College (Vic)/Eastern U18

0 31

31

5 5 5 5 5

7 5 4 2 2 6 4 3 3 2

INSIDE 50s Michael Hibberd Ed Langdon Jack Viney Christian Petracca Angus Brayshaw

9 8 5 3 3

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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RUCKS

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

MTs from

M.Gawn

22

17.5 11.9 5.7 59.0 67.6 249.4

58.0

42.0 38.5 13.3 34.5

B.Preuss

7

9.4 7.0 2.4 53.1 59.1 200.9

67.2

32.8

19.0 6.6 34.6

13.1

60.1

39.9

26.4

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

7.7

1 512

29.0

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

MTs from

C.Oliver

23

29.6 11.1 18.5 55.5 69.3 334.2

53.6

46.4

4.3 6.9 6.2

13

E.Langdon

23

25.3 14.9 10.3 60.3 70.2 454.7

28.1

71.9

3.8 1.6 1.9

209

J.Harmes

23

24.2 12.1 12.0 56.6 68.9 358.0

43.2

56.8

4.3 4.1 5.0

48

A.Brayshaw

23

22.0 12.4 9.6 57.3 64.6 366.4

41.4

58.6

3.7 3.2 4.3

43

J.Viney

22

21.7 10.2 11.5 59.8 71.1 297.4

44.2

55.8

3.7 4.4 5.3

123

A.Tomlinson

26

16.9 10.9 6.0 66.1 68.8 261.8 34.8 65.2 2.5 2.0 2.5 250

O.Baker

9

13.8 8.8 5.0 60.8 67.7 286.1

26.8

73.2

3.0 1.3 1.7

513

C.Wagner

11

11.1 6.5 4.5 59.7 68.9 154.0

44.4

55.6

1.6 0.5 4.1

497

K.Dunkley

5

9.6 6.8 2.8 67.6 72.9 175.8

32.7

67.3

1.8 0.6 2.0

565

K.Kolodjashnij

2

8.5 5.0 3.5 60.0 64.7 179.6

26.3

73.7

1.5 0.0 3.0

527

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

MTs from

C.Petracca

23

18.9 9.7 9.2 61.4 68.5 293.3

48.9

51.1

22 14 61.1

M.Brown

17

13.4 8.8 4.6 71.3 77.2 211.1

29.2

70.8

21 13 61.8 322

J.Hunt

21

12.0 7.5 4.5 63.7 69.8 229.3

38.2

61.8

21 10 67.7

331

T.McDonald

16

13.3 8.3 4.9 54.9 62.3 200.3

46.3

53.7

20 15 57.1

117

J.Melksham

13

15.2 10.9 4.3 49.3 57.6 279.3

38.9

61.1

16 14 53.3

136

S.Weideman

11

10.3 5.5 4.8 66.7 72.6 109.6

50.4

49.6

11

419

8 57.9

59

J.Lockhart

13

12.6 7.4 5.2 62.5 71.3 171.2

37.7

62.3

9

3 75.0 492

A.Neal-Bullen

15

13.1 7.7 5.4 60.0 64.8 199.2

35.3

64.7

8

9 47.1

H.Petty

10

9.3 5.5 3.8 67.3 76.3 122.0 35.5 64.5 6 5 54.5 532

154

M.Hannan

6

10.2 5.3 4.8 59.4 63.9 141.1

35.4

64.6

4

1 80.0 408

K.Pickett

1

11.0 7.0 4.0 42.9 63.6 228.3

45.5

54.5

2

2 50.0

618

C.Spargo

9

10.9 6.9 4.0 59.7 65.3 143.4

33.7

66.3

2

1 66.7

406

T.Sparrow

2

11.0 8.5 2.5 58.8 54.5 199.9

45.5

54.5

1

2 33.3

603

K.Chandler

1

7.0 4.0 3.0 75.0 85.7 72.7

50.0 50.0

0 0 0.0 609

T.Bedford

1

8.0 2.0 6.0 0.0 75.0 79.0

37.5

62.5

0

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

0 0.0

621

50.5

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

MTs from

C.Salem

20

24.1 16.7 7.4 71.3 73.0 413.9

34.8

65.2

5.0 1.3 3.0

147

N.Jones

22

20.5 11.0 9.5 65.1 71.0 309.2

32.7

67.3

2.0 0.5 2.4

166

B.Fritsch

23

16.2 11.0 5.2 66.8 71.6 306.5

33.4

66.6

1.9 1.8 1.7

157

M.Hibberd

20

17.3 10.7 6.6 66.2 70.7 367.3

30.8

69.2

4.2 2.6 1.5

211

M.Hore

14

15.6 10.4 5.2 66.2 69.3 265.1

37.1

62.9

4.2 4.2 1.5

462

J.Wagner

12

15.3 8.6 6.8 58.3 70.1 228.9

38.3

61.7

1.7 2.1 2.2

437

S.May

9

14.6 12.6 2.0 74.3 75.6 296.2

34.7

65.3

4.4 6.7 1.0

308

J.Lever

9 14.0 9.2 4.8 67.5 73.0 229.9 41.7 58.3 3.6 6.0 0.4 393

O.McDonald

13

9.3 6.5 2.8 70.6 70.2 127.9

34.2

65.8

2.8 6.5 2.1

294

N.Jetta

8

10.3 5.3 5.0 88.1 81.7 101.9

52.5

47.5

1.9 2.8 2.6

261

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

28.14 (182) v North Melbourne, R21, 1986, MCG; v North Melbourne, R5, 1991, MCG

LOWEST SCORE

0.2 (2) v Fitzroy, R16, 1899, Brunswick St Oval

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

141 points v Hawthorn, R9, 1926, MCG

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

19 games – R15, 1955 to R13, 1956

OVERALL RECORD: 2422 games – 1090 wins, 1311 losses, 21 draws GRAND FINALS: 18 PREMIERSHIPS: 12 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

20 games – R4, 1981 to R1, 1982

MOST GAMES

L

D

40 15 25 0 46 25 21 0 213 93 118 2 238 83 150 5 215 83 130 2 179 88 88 3 38 16 22 0 218 85 131 2 13 10 3 0 12 6 6 0 164 77 87 0 162 84 77 1 34 13 21 0 191 82 107 2 216 121 94 1 209 93 114 2 14 11 3 0 54 17 37 0 166 88 77 1

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

MCG

W

L

D

1218 625 584 9

Marvel Stadium

63

23

40

0

GMHBA Stadium

59

18

40

1

SCG

27 11 16 0

Gabba

23 9 14 0

TIO Stadium

10

4

6

0

Metricon Stadium

9

4

5

0

Adelaide Oval

8

4

4

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

7

2

5

0

TIO Traeger Park

6

2

4

0

Blundstone Arena 3 0 3 0 Optus Stadium

4

1

Giants Stadium

2 0 2 0

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

0

0

3

0

0

David Neitz Nathan Jones* Robert Flower Adem Yze Jim Stynes Steven Febey Brad Green

(306) (286) (272) (271) (264) (258) (254)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Jim Stynes Adem Yze Don Cordner Billy Deans Greg Wells

(244) (226) (144) (135) (131)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

47 Alan Jarrott (170 – NM & Melb)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

David Neitz Nathan Jones* Robert Flower Garry Lyon Allan La Fontaine Ron Barassi

(175) (130) (127) (119) (119) (92)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Norm Smith Frank ‘Checker’ Hughes Neale Daniher John Northey

MOST GOALS

David Neitz Norm Smith Russell Robertson Garry Lyon Fred Fanning

(307) (258) (223) (167) (631) (546) (428) (426) (411)

TOP FIVE GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

18 Fred Fanning (v St Kilda, round 19, 1947, Junction Oval) 13 Harry Davie (v Carlton, round 14, 1925, Princes Park) 12 Norm Smith (v Footscray, round 17, 1941, MCG) 12 George Margitich (v North Melbourne, round 17, 1931, MCG) 12 Bob C. Johnson (v Hawthorn, round 11, 1933, MCG)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Ivor Warne-Smith (1926, 1928), Don Cordner (1946), Brian Wilson (1982), Peter Moore (1984), Jim Stynes (1991), Shane Woewodin (2000)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Ron Barassi (also Carl, coach Carl, NM, Melb, Syd), Norm Smith (also playing coach Fitz, coach Melb, S Melb) INDUCTEES: Allan La Fontaine (also coach Melb), Bert Chadwick (also Haw, coach Melb, Haw), Bill McClelland (admin), David Christy, Henry Harrison (admin), Ivor Warne-Smith (also coach Melb), Jack Mueller, Percy Beames (also coach Melb), Frank Hughes (coach Melb, also Rich, coach Rich), Vic Cumberland (also St K), Robert Flower, Gerard Healy (also Syd), Jim Stynes, Stuart Spencer, Peter Moore (also Coll), Tom Wills (admin), Carl Ditterich (also St K, coach Melb), Johnny Lewis (also NM, coach NM), Brian Dixon (also coach NM), Stan Heal, Bob B. Johnson, Hassa Mann, Simon Goodwin (coach Melb, also player Adel), David Neitz

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Ron Barassi (ruck-rover), Norm Smith (coach)

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Byron Pickett (interchange)

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

1897: Jack Leith (22) 1904: Vince Coutie (39) 1911: Harry Brereton (46) 1912: Harry Brereton (56) 1943: Fred Fanning (62) 1944: Fred Fanning (87) 1945: Fred Fanning (67) 1947: Fred Fanning (97)

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLIST

2002: David Neitz (75)

PREMIERSHIP COACH MEDALLISTS

Bert Chadwick (1926), Frank ‘Checker’ Hughes (1939, 1940, 1941, 1948)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Norm Smith (1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1964)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Jared Rivers (2004), Jesse Hogan* (2015)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Jim Stynes (1991)

AFL COACHES ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Max Gawn (2018)

PREMIERSHIPS

1900, 1926, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1948, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1964

RUNNERS-UP

1946, 1954, 1958, 1988, 2000

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1955, 1956, 1958, 1990

WOODEN SPOONS

1905, 1906, 1919, 1923, 1951, 1969, 1974, 1978, 1981, 1997, 2008, 2009

FINALS

87 games – 51 wins, 34 losses, 2 draws

MOST FINALS

Frank Adams Ron Barassi Jim Stynes Bob B. Johnson Laurie Mithen Jack Mueller

(22) (21) (19) (18) (18) (18)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Jack Mueller Norm Smith Ron Barassi Bob B. Johnson David Neitz Garry Lyon

(62) (35) (30) (28) (27) (26)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

25.16 (166) v Collingwood, PF, 1948

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

0.8 (8) v Essendon, Final, 1897

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

118 points v North Melbourne, EF, 1987

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

96 points v Hawthorn, GF, 1988

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

10 Garry Lyon (v W Bulldogs, 1SF, 1994)

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Six games (1940-46)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Three games (1897; 1936-37; 1961-62; 2002-05)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

101 games – 47 wins, 54 losses Premierships 1971, 1987, 1989

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1984 (6297), 1985 (5801), 1986 (4511), 1987 (3122), 1988 (10,078), 1989 (8184), 1990 (10,111), 1991 (10,153), 1992 (8681), 1993 (10,097), 1994 (10,648), 1995 (9544), 1996 (12,964), 1997 (15,350), 1998 (17,870), 1999 (19,713), 2000 (18,227), 2001 (21,409), 2002 (20,152), 2003 (20,555), 2004 (20,647), 2005 (24,805), 2006 (24,698), 2007 (28,077), 2008 (32,600), 2009 (31,506), 2010 (33,358), 2011 (36,937), 2012 (35,459), 2013 (33,177), 2014 (35,911), 2015 (35,953), 2016 (39,146), 2017 (42,233), 2018 (44,275), 2019 (52,421) * denotes current player or coach

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NAME

7

1

19

19

0

5

AHERN Paul

15 183 85 1/8/1996

2018 TR/2016 Keilor (Vic)/Calder U18/GWS List

ANDERSON Jed

3 179 81 2/2/1994

2013

TR/2015 Darwin (NT)/NT Thunder (NEAFL)/Hawthorn

17

18 189 87 13/9/1992

2011

17/2010 Wodonga Raiders (Vic)/Murray U18

21

BONAR Aiden

16 188 87 8/3/1999

2018 TR/2019 Seaford (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Dandenong U18/GWS

BROWN Ben

50 200 101 20/11/1992 2014

ATLEY Shaun

47/2013 Devonport (Tas)/Tasmania U18/Werribee (VFL)

2 22

CAMPBELL Tom

42 201 105 2/11/1991

COMBEN Charlie

30 199 84 20/7/2001 ****

2012 PSS/2019 Wesley Coll (Vic)/Sandr U18/Old Scotch (Vic)/Bendigo (VFL)/WB 2

CROCKER Joel

36 188 76 14/4/2000 **** 69/2018 Old Brighton (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

CUNNINGTON Ben

10 185 88 30/6/1991 2010

5/2009 Cobden (Vic)/Geelong U18

22

4/2017 Rye (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Dandenong U18

14

DAVIES-UNIACKE Luke

9 188 85 8/6/1999

2018

DAW Majak

1 195 97 11/3/1991

2013

31/2019 Sale (Vic)/Catholic College Sale (Vic)/Gippsland U18

RE/2012 Wyndham Vale (Vic)/Western U18

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

0

0

Ben Cunnington Ben Brown 0 6 0 0 5 Nick Larkey 1 122 122 1 280 Todd Goldstein 0 44 2 0 24 Aaron Hall 0 0 0 0 0 SCORE ASSISTS 0 0 0 0 0 Jed Anderson 1 210 210 2 86 Trent Dumont 0 21 21 0 5 Tarryn Thomas 0 50 50 0 40 Ben Cunnington 1 83 83 0 23 Tom Murphy 1 64 54

0 22

1 198 198 0 43

DUMONT Trent

14 186 86 30/6/1995 2015 30/2013 Golden Grove (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)

21

MARKS

DURDIN Sam

24 198 99 6/6/1996

2017

16/2014 East Murray (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL)

10 0 19

Trent Dumont Robbie Tarrant Ben Cunnington Jared Polec Ben Brown

GARNER Taylor

6 187 87 8/1/1994

2013

15/2012 Rowville (Vic)/Dandenong U18

9

0 43 43

22

1 235 235 1

6 5 4 4 3

HANDBALLS Ben Cunnington Shaun Higgins Trent Dumont Shaun Atley Jed Anderson

13 10 8 8 8

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Ben Cunnington Jy Simpkin Trent Dumont Todd Goldstein Jed Anderson

16 11 9 9 9

UNCONTESTED POSS. Jared Polec Shaun Higgins Jy Simpkin Trent Dumont Ben Cunnington

17 16 12 11 10

INTERCEPT POSS. Robbie Tarrant Shaun Atley Jasper Pittard Jared Polec Jamie Macmillan

7 5 5 4 4

19

0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS 8 8 6 5 5

HALL Aaron

43 185 85 9/11/1990 2012 TR/2018 Hobart (Tas)/Gold Coast

6

1 110

7

1

HAYDEN Kyron

37 186 86 7/6/1999

1

0

1

0

HIGGINS Shaun

4 184 89 4/3/1988 2006 RFA/2014 Newtown & Chilwell (Vic)/St Joseph’s College, Geel/Geel U18/WB 17 46 179 79 25/2/1997

**** MD/2019 Henley (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)

0

1

1 221 92

0

0

0

0

0

Ben Cunnington 120 Jy Simpkin 81 Trent Dumont 0 Tarryn Thomas 220 Jared Polec 0

JACOBS Ben

5 185 85 9/1/1992

2011

37/2012 East Brighton (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)/Sandr U18/Port Adel 0

0 90 64

0 15

OTHER

LARKEY Nick

20 198 95 6/6/1998

2017

73/2016 Hawthorn Citizens (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

1 20

1

CLEARANCES

MACMILLAN Jamie

34 188 87 23/9/1991 2010 37/2009 Camberwell (Vic)Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

18

1 158 158 0 45

MAHONY Jack

35 178 72 12/11/2001 **** 34/2019 St Kevin’s O.B. (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

0

McDONALD Luke

11 189 86 9/2/1995

2014

FS/2013 Kew Comets (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/Werribee (VFL)

17

0

20 0

27

0

0

13

1 110 110

0 16

McGUINNESS Matthew 41 192 75 13/7/2000 **** RD/2020 Lauderdale (Tas)/Tasmania U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

McKAY Ben

23 201 95 24/12/1997 2017

3

0

4

4

0

0

MURPHY Tom

40 189 84 19/1/1998

PEREZ Flynn

39 188 82 25/8/2001 ****

PITTARD Jasper

17 186 84 1/4/1991

21/2015 Warragul (Vic)/Gippsland U18

2018 RD/2018 Somerville (Vic)/Dandenong U18 35/2019 Sandhurst (Vic)/Catherine McAuley College (Vic)/Bendigo U18

2011 TR/2018 Torquay (Vic)/Geelong U18/Port Adelaide

0

1

5

5

0

0

TACKLES

0

0

0

0

0

22

1 149 23

Ben Cunnington Tarryn Thomas Cameron Zurhaar Shaun Higgins Ben Brown

0 12

POLEC Jared

13 187 84 12/10/1992 2011 TR/2018 Seaton Ramblers (SA)/W-West Torrens (SANFL)/BL/PA

22

1 129 23

0 71

8 186 73 9/7/2000

2019 49/2018 Broadbeach (Qld)

4

0

4

4

0

SIMPKIN Jy

12 182 77 5/3/1998

2017

12/2016 Mooroopna (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Murray U18

21

1

57

57

1 28

15/2007 South Mildura (Vic)/Bendigo U18

3

TARRANT Robbie

25 196 96 25/4/1989 2010

22

1 149 149 0 44

TAYLOR Curtis

31 187 78 6/4/2000 2019 46/2018 Keilor (Vic)/Calder U18

2

1

3

3

1

THOMAS Tarryn

26 189 76 25/3/2000 2019

20 1

21

21

0 16

1

TURNER Kayne

28 180 75 31/12/1995 2014 RE/2014 Wodonga (Vic)/Murray U18

21 0 79

79

0 53

TYSON Dom

21 186 85 8/6/1993

3

0 110

3

0 45

VICKERS-WILLIS Ed

33 190 86 28/3/1996 2017 36/2014 East Malvern (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18

1

0 15

15

0

WALKER Josh

19 197 98 12/11/1992 2012 DFA/2020 Lara (Vic)/Geelong U18/Geelong/Brisbane

11

1 86

1

0 69

WALKER Will

27 186 78 30/3/1999 2018

0

0

4

0

4

17 0 120 52

0

11

WILLIAMS Marley

2012 TR/2018 Camberwell (Vic)/Trinity Grammar (Vic)/Oakl U18/GWS/Melb

23/2017 Hampton Rovers (Vic)/Sandringham U18

2 181 81 22/7/1993 2012 TR/2016 North Albany (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)/Collingwood

4

0

WOOD Mason

32 192 87 13/9/1993 2014

41/2012 Geelong Amateur (Vic)/Geelong College (Vic)/Geelong U18

18 0 57

57

0 73

XERRI Tristan

38 201 99 15/3/1999

72/2017 Caroline Springs (Vic)/Western U18

0

0

0

0

9/2008 Wodonga (Vic)/Murray U18

22

1 211 211

0 162

19

1 29

0 30

ZIEBELL Jack ZURHAAR Cameron

****

7 188 89 28/2/1991 2009

44 189 91 22/5/1998 2017 RE/2019 Melville (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

Todd Goldstein Ben Cunnington Shaun Higgins Jy Simpkin Trent Dumont

0

SCOTT Bailey

8/2018 North Launceston (Tas)

0

29

3 2 2 1 1

1

22 201 103 1/7/1988

2019 RD/2019 Noranda (WA)/Hale College (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

2.0 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.0

0 29

GOLDSTEIN Todd

HOSIE Lachlan

2008 37/2006 Trinity Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

7 6 4 4 2 7 7 5 5 3

INSIDE 50s Jared Polec Shaun Atley Shaun Higgins Trent Dumont Ben Cunnington

8 4 4 3 3

0

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS T.Goldstein

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking 23

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

16.7 6.3 10.3 62.3 77.5 202.3

53.2

46.8 33.2 11.6 34.9

13.1

60.1

39.9

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

8

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

B.Cunnington

23

26.6 8.7 17.8 60.7 77.3 172.6

57.8

42.2

2.0 7.2 3.7

11

J.Polec

23

23.2 15.5 7.7 61.5 67.2 444.4

26.4

73.6

4.1 1.9 2.3

107

T.Dumont

22

23.4 12.8 10.5 63.5 70.2 323.8

31.7

68.3

3.4 2.0 3.5

104 30

S.Higgins

18

28.0 12.9 15.1 58.4 74.2 421.8

30.0

70.0

4.8 4.1 3.0

J.Ziebell

23

19.8 12.4 7.4 54.9 62.9 346.3

43.5

56.5

4.3 3.1 4.6

83

J.Simpkin

22

18.8 9.8 9.0 59.5 69.5 272.7

46.0

54.0

3.4 3.6 3.5

161

J.Anderson

18

20.3 8.6 11.8 59.7 73.8 227.3

46.8

53.2

2.9 3.6 5.3

57 400

L.Davies-Uniacke

14

14.9 7.3 7.6 70.6 79.8 199.2

44.5

55.5

2.9 2.4 2.1

A.Hall

7

18.1 11.0 7.1 59.7 68.5 350.0

27.5

72.5

4.0 1.0 3.7

447

D.Tyson

3

21.3 9.3 12.0 75.0 79.7 199.3

37.5

62.5

1.3 3.3 3.7

394

B.Scott

4

13.3 6.5 6.8 88.5 84.9 197.0 24.5 75.5 1.8 0.5 1.3 562

A.Bonar

2

9.5 5.5 4.0 63.6 68.4 152.5

30.0

70.0

1.0 1.0 2.5

547

K.Hayden

1

4.0 1.0 3.0 100.0 100.0 9.6

50.0

50.0

0.0 0.0 5.0

637

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS B.Brown

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking 23

11.0 8.3 2.7 62.0 63.6 229.3

57.7

42.3

65 35 65.0

126

N.Larkey

18

9.1 5.0 4.1 70.0 73.8 135.2

51.8

48.2

27

9 75.0

426

C.Zurhaar

20

12.2 7.1 5.2 63.8 72.5 220.0

40.2

59.8

26 13 66.7

370

M.Wood

18

13.4 8.0 5.4 59.7 65.7 236.4

41.8

58.2

21 21 50.0

277

T.Thomas

21

11.9 5.6 6.3 64.1 75.1 144.0 49.8

50.2

16 15 51.6

387

K.Turner

21

12.5 6.4 6.1 64.9 73.3 167.6

42.5

57.5

12

5 70.6

271

T.Garner

9

13.2 7.2 6.0 56.9 66.4 147.3

43.9

56.1

5

6 45.5 502

T.Campbell

2

7.5 3.5 4.0 42.9 60.0 95.0

68.8

31.3

1

2 33.3 614

C.Taylor

3

7.3 4.7 2.7 64.3 77.3 126.4

45.8

54.2

1

1 50.0 598

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

S.Atley

22

19.9 10.4 9.5 71.6 79.5 293.8

27.0

73.0

2.2 1.1 1.8

175

J.Pittard

23

17.9 10.7 7.2 74.0 79.4 284.3

24.0

76.0

3.2 5.6 1.7

254

J.Macmillan

19

20.2 11.9 8.2 73.6 79.9 340.2

28.0

72.0

5.3 2.5 2.1

237

R.Tarrant

23

15.6 10.3 5.3 85.2 85.8 270.9

32.9

67.1

4.4 6.3 1.7

241

M.Williams

17

16.5 9.1 7.4 61.7 70.7 275.2

32.1

67.9

3.5 0.9 1.8

300

L.McDonald

14

14.6 7.5 7.1 71.4 77.9 237.3

30.2

69.8

2.5 2.4 2.6

316

J.Walker

12

11.3 7.4 3.8 84.3 83.0 132.6

42.3

57.7

1.0 2.8 1.3

362 407

P.Ahern

8

16.0 10.4 5.6 57.8 68.8 307.5

38.5

61.5

3.0 0.8 1.0

S.Durdin

10

8.8 5.5 3.3 81.8 83.0 104.8

34.4

65.6

2.0 6.0 1.7

B.McKay

3

7.0 3.7 3.3 72.7 85.7 81.3

26.1

73.9 0.3 4.7 1.3

T.Murphy

1

7.0 3.0 4.0 100.0 71.4 124.2 50.0 50.0 2.0 0.0 2.0 575

E.Vickers-Willis

1

1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 100.0 -4.1

AFL average

16.0

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

515 591

0.0 100.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 534 33.4

66.6

3.3

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

35.19 (229) v Sydney, R6, 1993, Princes Park

LOWEST SCORE

1.8 (14) v Geelong, R21, 2019, GMHBA Stadium

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

141 points v Richmond, R2, 1990, MCG

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

11 games – R14, 1998 to PF, 1998

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

OVERALL RECORD: 1987 games – 885 wins, 1085 losses, 17 draws GRAND FINALS: 10 PREMIERSHIPS: 4 Head-to-head v

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

P

W

35 games – R17, 1933 to R14, 1935

MOST GAMES

L

D

44 21 23 0 55 32 22 1 156 59 97 0 161 52 107 2 158 57 100 1 128 65 62 1 31 18 13 0 164 63 100 1 12 7 5 0 9 6 3 0 176 77 97 2 162 77 84 1 35 22 13 0 160 73 85 2 161 81 78 2 163 74 88 1 0 0 0 0 50 22 28 0 162 79 80 3

P

W

L

D

MCG

350 175 170 5

Marvel Stadium

215

120

93

2

GMHBA Stadium

58

25

33

0

SCG

36 22 14 0

Blundstone Arena

22

Gabba

22 8 14 0

UNSW Canberra Oval

19

12

7

0

Metricon Stadium

17

11

6

0

Adelaide Oval

7 0 7 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

7

Optus Stadium

3

Giants Stadium

2

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

16

2

6

0

5

0

1

2

0

2

0

0

0

(432) (316) (311) (306) (306) (294) (292)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Sam Gibson Keith Greig Byron Pickett Peter Bell John Blakey Andrew Swallow

(130) (119) (118) (112) (106) (106)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

5 24 29 47

John Rantall (330 – SM & NM) Gary Dempsey (329 – Foots & NM) Brent Harvey (432 – NM) Alan Jarrott (170 – NM & Melb)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Wayne Carey Wayne Schimmelbusch Adam Simpson Andrew Swallow Barry Davis

(184) (150) (110) (102) (71)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

Brent Harvey Drew Petrie Glenn Archer Wayne Schimmelbusch Adam Simpson Keith Greig Anthony Stevens

0

Denis Pagan Wally Carter Brad Scott Ron Barassi Dean Laidley John Kennedy

MOST GOALS

Wayne Carey Brent Harvey John Longmire Jock Spencer Malcolm Blight Drew Petrie Sel Murray

(240) (220) (211) (198) (149) (113) (671) (518) (511) (475) (444) (428) (411)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

14 John Longmire (v Melbourne, round 14, 1990 at MCG) 12 John Longmire (v Richmond, round 2, 1990 at MCG) 11 Jock Spencer (v South Melbourne, round 16, 1950 at Lake Oval)

McCLELLAND TROPHY

11 Malcolm Blight (v Western Bulldogs, round 17, 1981 at Whitten Oval) 11 Wayne Carey (v Melbourne, round 17, 1996 at MCG)

1976, 1978, 1983, 1998

WOODEN SPOONS

1926, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1940, 1956, 1961, 1968, 1970, 1972

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Noel Teasdale (1965 tied), Keith Greig (1973, 1974), Malcolm Blight (1978), Ross Glendinning (1983)

FINALS

75 games – 35 wins, 39 losses, 1 draw

MOST FINALS

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

Wayne Schimmelbusch David Dench Glenn Archer Brent Harvey Keith Greig

LEGENDS: Ron Barassi (coach NM, also Melb, Carl, also coach Carl, Melb, Syd), Barry Cable (also coach NM), Malcolm Blight (also coach NM, Geel, Adel, St K) INDUCTEES: Johnny Lewis (also Melb, coach NM), Allen Aylett, Keith Greig, Les Foote (also St K, coach St K), Russell Ebert, Wayne Schimmelbusch (also coach NM), David Dench, Ross Glendinning (also WCE), Barry Davis (also Ess, coach of Ess), Doug Wade (also Geel), Wels Eicke (also St K, coach NM, St K), John Murphy (also Fitz, S Melb), John Kennedy (coach NM, also Haw, coach Haw), John Rantall (also S Melb, Fitz), Gary Dempsey (also Foots), Tom Fitzmaurice (also Ess, Geel, coach Geel), Noel Teasdale, Wayne Carey (also Adel), Brian Dixon (coach NM, also Melb), Glenn Archer, Graham Cornes (also coach Adel), Peter Bell (also Frem), Anthony Stevens

(29) (25) (24) (24) (23)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Wayne Carey Arnold Briedis Malcolm Blight

(59) (38) (35)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

21.25 (151) v Collingwood, GF replay, 1977

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

5.10 (40) v Melbourne, EF, 1987

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

67 points v Hawthorn, PF, 1977

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

125 points v Essendon, 1QF, 2000

Keith Greig (wing)

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

7  Brett Allison, v Geelong, QF, 1996; Wayne Carey v Geelong, QF, 1997; David King v Essendon, 1QF, 2000; Craig Sholl v Melbourne, PF, 2000

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

Five games (1996-97)

Jim Krakouer (forward pocket), Barry Cable (rover, coach), Byron Pickett (interchange) 1941: Sel Murray (88)

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

1974: Doug Wade (91) 1982: Malcolm Blight (94) 1990: John Longmire (98)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Four games (1945-50, 2000-07)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

133 games – 77 wins, 56 losses Premierships 1965, 1966, 1980, 1995, 1998

Glenn Archer (1996), Shannon Grant (1999)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Ron Barassi (1975, 1977), Denis Pagan (1996, 1999)

Wayne Carey (1995, 1998), Corey McKernan (1996)

1984 (6374), 1985 (6520), 1986 (5318), 1987 (3430), 1988 (4415), 1989 (3411), 1990 (5201), 1991 (6683), 1992 (6083), 1993 (6851), 1994 (10,296), 1995 (14,027), 1996 (14,438), 1997 (19,368), 1998 (20,196), 1999 (22,080), 2000 (22,156), 2001 (22,940), 2002 (20,831), 2003 (21,403), 2004 (23,420), 2005 (24,154), 2006 (24,624), 2007 (22,366), 2008 (29,619), 2009 (28,340), 2010 (26,953), 2011 (28,761), 2012 (33,423), 2013 (34,607), 2014 (39,060), 2015 (41,012), 2016 (45,014), 2017 (40,343), 2018 (40,789), 2019 (42,419)

PREMIERSHIPS

* denotes current player or coach

JIM STYNES MEDALLIST

Brent Harvey (2003)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

Mick Martyn (1995), Wayne Carey (1998)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Byron Pickett (1998)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

1975, 1977, 1996, 1999

RUNNERS-UP

1950, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1998

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Tom Rockliff Darcy Byrne-Jones Travis Boak Karl Amon Connor Rozee

26 25 25 21 21

KICKS Tom Rockliff Darcy Byrne-Jones Karl Amon Connor Rozee Ryan Burton MARKS Brad Ebert Trent McKenzie Karl Amon Connor Rozee Robbie Gray

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THIS CLUB

TOTAL

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

GOALS

AMON Karl

15 181 71 19/8/1995 2015 68/2013 East Sandringham (Vic)/Sandringham U18

17

1 60 60

0 31

ATLEY Joe

30 186 84 4/8/1998

32/2016 Rochester (Vic)/Bendigo U18

1

0

4

4

0

0

BERGMAN Miles

14 189 83 18/10/2001 ****

14/2019 East Brighton (Vic)/St Bedes College (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

1 265 265 0 171

2017

BOAK Travis

10 183 85 1/8/1988

2007

5/2006 Torquay (Vic)/Geelong U18

21

BONNER Riley

26 190 85 7/3/1997

2016

37/2015 Goodwood (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL)

19 0 42

42

0

8

BURGOYNE Trent

31 177 70 2/10/2001

**** RD/2020 Port District (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)

0

0

0

0

BURTON Ryan

16 16 15 13 13

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

3 191 90 31/1/1997

2016 TR/2018 PHOS-Camden (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)/Hawthorn

BUTTERS Zak

18 181 74 8/9/2000 2019

12/2018 Darley (Vic)/Maribyrnong College (Vic)/Western U18

BUZZA Wylie

13 199 102 2/3/1996

BYRNE-JONES Darcy

33 181 76 20/9/1995 2016

52/2013 Camberwell (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

CLUREY Tom

17 193 88 23/3/1994 2014

29/2012 Katamatite (Vic)/Murray U18

2017 DFA/2020 Mt Gravatt (Qld)/Redland (NEAFL)/Geelong

0

16

1 64

17

0

9

SCORE ASSISTS

1 20

20

1

13

0

0

9

0

0

6

22

1

87

87

0

6

21

1 82

82

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Robbie Gray Zak Butters Travis Boak Steven Motlop Connor Rozee

9

0 135 70

COX Tobin

47 181 73 15/7/1999

22 200 105 23/9/1990 2011

DREW Willem

28 188 78 1/10/1998 2019 33/2016 Koroit (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

10 0 10

DUURSMA Xavier

21 186 73 7/7/2000

18/2018 Foster (Vic)/South Gippsland SC (Vic)/Gippsland U18

20 1

TR/2011 Henley (SA)/St Michael’s College (SA)/Port Adel (SANFL)/WCE

11

1 247 171

1 130

51/2017 Castlemaine (Vic)/Bendigo U18

7

0 12

12

0 17

2019

7 189 90 2/4/1990 2008

FARRELL Kane

24 182 74 17/3/1999 2018

TR/2015 Redlynch (Qld)/Cairns (Qld)/Redland (Qld)/Gold Coast

0

21

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

0

2

21

0

11

Robbie Gray Brad Ebert Connor Rozee Karl Amon Travis Boak

45 178 75 17/5/2000 **** RD/2019 Portland (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)

0

0

0

0

0

0

27 184 83 21/5/1999 2019 60/2017 Wandin (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Eastern U18

4

0

4

4

0

0

GEORGIADES Mitchell

19 192 87 28/9/2001 2020

1

1

2

2

GRUNDY Riley HARTLETT Hamish HAYES Sam HOUSTON Dan

18/2019 Marist (WA)/Hale School (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

41 194 84 28/7/2000 **** RD/2020 Mitcham (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 8 185 83 14/8/1990 2009 25 203 93 9/6/1999

****

4/2008 Edwardstown (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL) 47/2017 Ferntree Gully (Vic)/Eastern U18

1

1 219 219 0 318

CLEARANCES Travis Boak Tom Rockliff Sam Powell-Pepper Dan Houston Scott Lycett

0

0

11

1 165 165

0

0

0

1

74 0

0

0

0

0

0

5 186 83 12/5/1997 2017 RE/2018 Greythorn (Vic)/Camberwell Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

21

1

61

61

0 10

1 188 89 9/1/1991

POSSESSION

JONAS Tom

18

1 140 140 0

1

CONTESTED POSS.

LADHAMS Peter

38 202 95 14/1/1998 2019 RE/2019 Modbury (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)

5

0

5

5

0

2

TACKLES

LIENERT Jarrod

40 195 88 5/8/1994

7

1

14

14

0

0

LYCETT Scott

29 203 98 26/9/1992 2011 RFA/2018 Thevenard (SA)/Port Adelaide (SANFL)/West Coast

18

1 94

19

0 51

10

1

21

21

2 24

0

0 101

0

0 26

Tom Jonas Dan Houston Justin Westhoff Brad Ebert Tom Rockliff

Travis Boak Tom Rockliff Connor Rozee Sam Powell-Pepper Xavier Duursma

12 10 10 10 9

UNCONTESTED POSS. Karl Amon Darcy Byrne-Jones Tom Rockliff Connor Rozee Travis Boak

17 16 15 15 14

INTERCEPT POSS. Darcy Byrne-Jones Ryan Burton Trent McKenzie Tom Clurey Xavier Duursma

10 7 6 6 5

MARSHALL Todd MAYES Sam

2011

2018 RE/2019 Murray Bridge Imperials (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)

4 198 88 8/10/1998 2017

16/2016 Deniliquin Rams (NSW)/Murray U18

32 187 84 20/5/1994 2013 TR/2018 Port Pirie (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)/Brisbane

McKENZIE Trent

12 191 83 3/4/1992

MEAD Jackson

44 184 83 30/9/2001 ****

MOTLOP Steven

RE/2012 Rostrevor College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL)

2011 DFA/2017 Altona Juniors (Vic)/Williamstown Jnrs (Vic)/Western U18/GCS 25/2019 SMOSH Westlakes (SA)/Henley HS (SA)/W-W Torrens (SANFL)

6 183 76 12/3/1991 2010 RFA/2017 Wanderers (NT)/Geelong

1 109

3

0 22

0

0

0

14

1 171 36

2 195

0

0

0

0

0 0

0

48 192 81 6/2/2001

PATMORE Jake

37 181 76 29/1/1999

****

58/2017 Swanbourne (WA)/Christ Church Gram (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 0

0

0

0

0

2 187 91 8/1/1998

2017

18/2016 Mount Hawthorn (WA)/Wesley College (WA)/East Perth (WAFL) 19

1 58

58

0 31 0 96

ROCKLIFF Tom

11 185 85 22/2/1990 2009 RFA/2017 Benalla (Vic)/Murray U18/Brisbane

0

0

PASINI Jake POWELL-PEPPER Sam

**** RD/2020 Caversham (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)

1 0

18

1 191 37

ROZEE Connor

20 185 80 22/1/2000 2019

22

1 23

23

1 30

SUTCLIFFE Cam

50 186 87 23/5/1992 2012 MD/2019 Kadina (SA)Woodville-West Torrens (SA)/Frem/Port Adel (SANFL) 5

0 109

5

0 22

WATTS Jack

23 196 88 26/3/1991 2009

0 174 21

0 161

WESTHOFF Justin

39 199 96 1/10/1986 2007 71/2006 Tanunda (SA)/Central District (SANFL)

WILLIAMS Dylan

34 186 81 1/7/2001

WINES Ollie

16 187 89 7/10/1994 2013

****

WOODCOCK Boyd

36 174 72 5/3/2000

5/2018 South Augusta (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

TR/2017 East Sandr (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)/Sandr U18/Melbourne 2 23/2019 Whitefriars Old Collegians (Vic)/Whitefriars Coll (Vic)/Oakl U18 7/2012 Echuca (Vic)/Bendigo U18

**** RD/2020 Paskeville (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

11 9 8 7 6

OTHER

0 19

0

4 2 2 2 2

10

FREDERICK Martin

9 183 84 30/3/1988 2007 55/2006 East Burwood (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

2.2 2.0 2.0 1.3 1.0

0 212

GARNER Joel GRAY Robbie

Todd Marshall Steven Motlop Mitchell Georgiades Brad Ebert Zak Butters

19

DIXON Charlie

EBERT Brad

**** RD/2019 Padthaway (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)

0

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

7 6 4 4 2 6 6 5 4 4

INSIDE 50s Connor Rozee Tom Rockliff Travis Boak Steven Motlop Robbie Gray

8 7 5 4 4

20 1 269 269 0 303 0

0

0

0

0

0

12 0 141 141

0 63

0

0

0

0

0

0

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

S.Lycett

19

15.5 7.3 8.2 51.1 69.4 233.9

58.6

41.4

25.5 8.1 31.5

70

P.Ladhams

5

14.6 6.4 8.2 59.4 72.6 153.4

57.1

42.9 14.8 3.8 25.7

522

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

T.Boak

22

30.1 14.5 15.6 53.5 66.6 397.5

48.7

51.3

4.6 7.0 4.8

31

T.Rockliff

19

28.4 15.2 13.2 54.0 66.2 307.9

41.7

58.3

3.7 6.1 4.6

152

R.Gray

20

22.0 10.0 12.0 51.5 64.9 259.8

47.5

52.5

3.5 4.0 2.3

37

X.Duursma

21

19.5 10.3 9.2 68.1 74.6 287.6

34.4

65.6

2.3 1.8 2.0

416

S.Powell-Pepper

20

18.9 9.9 9.0 51.5 66.4 353.1

42.8

57.2

4.4 3.0 4.8

204

K.Amon

18

19.7 11.3 8.4 65.0 74.1 343.4

32.7

67.3

3.5 2.2 3.0

285

O.Wines

12

25.3 11.3 14.0 41.5 66.0 284.8 42.0 58.0 4.4 5.3 4.9 113

W.Drew

10

15.9 7.2 8.7 56.9 71.1 165.2 40.0 60.0 1.9 2.3 5.6

493

J.Atley

1

19.0 4.0 15.0 25.0 68.4 104.1

56.5

43.5

2.0 4.0 4.0

619

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

C.Rozee

23

15.5 7.9 7.7 56.4 67.2 216.3

42.8

57.2

30 22 57.7

301

B.Ebert

12

16.0 10.0 6.0 53.3 63.5 251.3

36.3

63.7

14

173

C.Dixon

9

11.2 6.8 4.4 50.8 59.4 172.5

62.9

37.1

13 11 54.2 303

Z.Butters

20

14.1 7.3 6.8 62.1 70.5 151.2

39.3

60.7

13

J.Westhoff

21

17.1 10.8 6.4 60.6 69.2 262.7

36.9

63.1

12 14 46.2

T.Marshall

11

9.5 6.7 2.7 59.5 64.4 191.7

46.2

53.8

12

6 66.7 435

14 50.0

7 65.0 425 79

K.Farrell

7

8.4 5.1 3.3 66.7 67.8 154.6

46.7

53.3

11

3 78.6 494

S.Motlop

15

15.9 9.2 6.7 64.5 72.3 214.9

29.7

70.3

9

5 64.3

221

C.Sutcliffe

5

10.6 6.6 4.0 69.7 73.6 178.8

39.6

60.4

4

2 66.7

542

M.Georgiades

1

11.0 8.0 3.0 75.0 72.7 272.2

45.5

54.5

2

0 100.0 610

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

D.Byrne-Jones

23

D.Houston

22 21.3 12.7 8.6 69.2 74.8 329.5 39.2 60.8 3.2 2.1 3.2 127

R.Bonner

19

17.9 13.0 4.9 70.4 75.6 394.9

25.8

R.Burton

17

19.6 13.7 5.9 72.5 74.5 402.0

T.Jonas

19

15.3 10.6 4.7 75.6 79.0 276.0

T.Clurey

22

13.1 9.7 3.4 82.2 81.3 197.4

H.Hartlett

12 18.5 11.5 7.0 68.8 75.2 295.1 32.2 67.8 3.1 1.8 3.1 428

22.5 15.1 7.3 64.7 71.8 349.4

31.7

68.3

2.6 1.7 2.9

192

74.2

2.8 1.6 1.4

315

34.5

65.5

4.0 1.9 2.1

251

34.7

65.3

4.5 7.0 2.2

168

34.7

65.3

3.4 6.7 1.7

180

J.Lienert

8

19.8 14.1 5.6 77.9 81.0 460.0

23.9

76.1

5.6 2.8 1.6

475

J.Garner

4

12.0 8.8 3.3 65.7 62.5 181.0

43.5

56.5

2.5 3.0 1.3

571

J.Watts

2

20.5 12.0 8.5 75.0 78.0 303.4

30.2

69.8

5.5 3.5 2.5

385

T.McKenzie

2

18.0 13.5 4.5 92.6 86.1 354.9

34.5

65.5

5.0 2.0 0.5

561

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

29.14 (188) v Hawthorn, round 13, 2005, Football Park

LOWEST SCORE

3.3 (21) v Collingwood, round 20, 2011, Football Park

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

OVERALL RECORD: 530 games – 272 wins, 253 losses, 5 draws GRAND FINALS: 2 PREMIERSHIPS: 1 (SANFL – 36) Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

L

D

47 23 24 0 37 18 17 2 32 18 13 1 31 15 16 0 31 17 14 0 0 0 0 0 37 20 17 0 33 10 22 1 12 11 1 0 10 4 6 0 35 19 16 0 34 21 13 0 35 13 22 0 32 18 13 1 30 20 10 0 30 10 20 0 0 0 0 0 34 19 15 0 30 16 14 0

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

Eight games – round 8, 2002 to round 15, 2002; round 15, 2003 to round 22, 2003; round 4, 2014 to round 12, 2014

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

11 games – round 11, 2011 to round 23, 2011

MOST GAMES

Kane Cornes Justin Westhoff* Travis Boak* Warren Tredrea Peter Burgoyne Chad Cornes Brendon Lade Dom Cassisi Robbie Gray*

(300) (269) (265) (255) (240) (239) (234) (228) (219)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Kane Cornes Justin Westhoff* Brad Ebert* Brendon Lade Matthew Broadbent Jay Schulz Shaun Burgoyne Ollie Wines* Travis Boak*

(174) (135) (108) (106) (80) (72) (69) (67) (63)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

18 Kane Cornes

(293)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

117 points v Hawthorn, round 13, 2005, Football Park

P

W

L

D

Adelaide Oval

75

44

31

0

Marvel Stadium

54

21

33

0

MCG

47 20 26 1

Gabba

18 6 10 2

SCG

17 5 12 0

GMHBA Stadium

14

2

12

0

TIO Stadium

10

4

6

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

10

5

5

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

6

1

5

0

Metricon Stadium

6

6

0

0

Optus Stadium

4

1

3

0

TIO Traeger Park

3

3

0

0

Mars Stadium

2

2

0

0

Giants Stadium

2

1

1

0

Travis Boak* Warren Tredrea Matthew Primus Dom Cassisi Gavin Wanganeen

(139) (96) (86) (75) (61)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Mark Williams Ken Hinkley* Matthew Primus John Cahill

MOST GOALS

Warren Tredrea Robbie Gray* Justin Westhoff* Jay Schulz Stuart Dew Brett Ebert Chad Wingard

(274) (160) (47) (44) (549) (318) (303) (275) (245) (240) (232)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

8 Warren Tredrea (v Carlton, round 7, 1998, Princes Park) 8 Jay Schulz (v Western Bulldogs, round 14, 2014, Adelaide Oval) 7 Scott Cummings (v Essendon, round 17, 1997, MCG) 7 Warren Tredrea (v Fremantle, round 11, 2003, Football Park) 7 Scott Cummings (v Hawthorn, round 2, 1998, Waverley Park) 7 Warren Tredrea (v Essendon, round 9, 2003, Marvel Stadium) 7 Daniel Motlop (v Essendon, round 7, 2008, Marvel Stadium) 7 Warren Tredrea (v Richmond, round 8, 2009, Football Park) 7 Warren Tredrea (v Hawthorn, round 13, 2005, Football Park) 7 Warren Tredrea (v Adelaide, round 7, 2004, Football Park) 7 Jay Schulz (v North Melbourne, round 13, 2010, Marvel Stadium) 7 Jay Schulz (v Brisbane Lions, round 15, 2011, Gabba) 7 Jay Schulz (v North Melbourne, round 8, 2012, Football Park) 7 Angus Monfries (v Geelong, round 20, 2013, GMHBA Stadium) 7 Jay Schulz (v Brisbane, round 4, 2014, Adelaide Oval)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

INDUCTEES: Craig Bradley (also Carl), Nathan Buckley (also Bris Lions, Coll, coach Coll), Haydn Bunton snr (also Fitz), John Cahill (coach PA, also coach Coll), Russell Ebert (also NM), Bob McLean (admin PA), Geof Motley, Bob Quinn, Gavin Wanganeen (also Ess), Fos Williams (coach PA), Warren Tredrea

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Gavin Wanganeen (half-back flank), Byron Pickett (interchange), Peter Burgoyne (interchange)

NORM SMITH MEDALLIST

Byron Pickett (2004)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLIST

Mark Williams (2004)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Michael Wilson (1997), Danyle Pearce (2006)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

Adam Kingsley (2001), Nick Stevens (2002)

PREMIERSHIPS

2004

RUNNERS-UP

McCLELLAND TROPHY

2002, 2003, 2004

WOODEN SPOONS

None

FINALS

23 games – 11 wins, 12 losses

MOST FINALS

Kane Cornes Peter Burgoyne Warren Tredrea Chad Cornes Shaun Burgoyne Stuart Dew Adam Kingsley Gavin Wanganeen

(19) (17) (17) (16) (14) (14) (14) (14)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Warren Tredrea Stuart Dew Brendon Lade Peter Burgoyne Chad Wingard Byron Pickett Shaun Burgoyne

(28) (26) (16) (14) (11) (10) (10)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

26.8 (164) v North Melbourne, EF, 2005

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

5.10 (40) v Adelaide, 1SF, 2005

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

87 points v North Melbourne, 1EF, 2005 87 points v North Melbourne, 2PF, 2007

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

119 points v Geelong, GF, 2007

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

5  Brendon Lade, v Sydney, 1QF, 2003

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Four games (2004-05)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Four games (1999-2002)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

54 games – 29 wins, 25 losses Premierships 2001, 2002

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1997 (35,809), 1998 (38,305), 1999 (37,166), 2000 (34,925), 2001 (33, 296), 2002 (36,229), 2003 (35,425), 2004 (36,340), 2005 (36,834), 2006 (33,648), 2007 (34,073), 2008 (34,185), 2009 (30,605), 2010 (29,092), 2011 (32,581), 2012 (35,543), 2013 (39,838), 2014 (48,968), 2015 (54,057), 2016 (53,743), 2017 (52,129), 2018 (54,386), 2019 (51,951) * denotes current player or coach

2007

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PLAYER LIST

KICKS Jayden Short Dustin Martin Dion Prestia Shai Bolton Trent Cotchin

13 12 11 11 11

MARKS Shai Bolton Jayden Short Josh Caddy Jack Riewoldt Dylan Grimes

6 5 5 5 5

HANDBALLS Dion Prestia Dustin Martin Liam Baker Shane Edwards Trent Cotchin

14 12 10 8 8

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Liam Baker Trent Cotchin Ivan Soldo Dustin Martin Dion Prestia

10 9 9 8 7

UNCONTESTED POSS. Dion Prestia Dustin Martin Jayden Short Trent Cotchin Josh Caddy

19 12 11 11 11

INTERCEPT POSS. Liam Baker David Astbury Dylan Grimes Sydney Stack Dion Prestia

10 7 6 5 3

**** RD/2019 Beaconsfield (Vic)/Bendigo (VFL)/Richmond (VFL)

7 173 72 27/1/1998 2018 RD/2018 Lake Grace (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)/Subiaco (WAFL)

2020

12 195 96 26/2/1991 2010 35/2009 Tatyoon (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

TOTAL

39 177 76 8/12/1994

THIS CLUB

AARTS Jake ASTBURY David BAKER Liam

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

TOTAL

25 24 19 16 15

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

Dion Prestia Dustin Martin Trent Cotchin Liam Baker Shane Edwards

NAME

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

0

0

0

0

0

0

22

1 130 130 0

9

19

1 23

23

0

9 6

BALTA Noah

21 194 100 23/10/1999 2019

25/2017 Essendon Doutta Stars (Vic)/Calder U18

13 0 13

13

0

BOLTON Shai

29 175 77 8/12/1998 2017

29/2016 Forrestdale (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL)

19

1 29

29

3 22

BROAD Nathan

35 192 89 15/4/1993 2016

67/2015 Upper Swan (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)

24

1 55

55

CADDY Josh

22 186 87 28/9/1992 2011 TR/2016 Eltham (Vic)/Northern U18/Gold Coast/Geelong

18

1 158 63

0 160

CASTAGNA Jason

11 181 82 12/7/1996 2016

24

1

77

77

3 84

CHOL Mabior

41 200 94 29/1/1997 2016 RD/2019 Yeronga (Qld)/Aspley (NEAFL)

9

0 10

10

0

COLEMAN-JONES Callum 40 200 102 13/6/1999 2019 COLLIER-DAWKINS Riley 26 191 90 3/2/2000 COTCHIN Trent

9 185 86 7/4/1990

RE/2017 Warrandyte (Vic)/Marcellin College (Vic)/Northern U18 20/2017 Unley (SA)/Scotch College (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)

**** 20/2018 Waverley Blues (Vic)/Salesian College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 2008

2/2007 PEGS (Vic)/Northern U18

CUMBERLAND Noah

38 183 79 15/3/2001

DOW Thomson

27 182 76 16/10/2001 ****

EDWARDS Shane

10 182 80 25/10/1988 2007 26/2006 Golden Grove (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

EGGMOLESSE-SMITH Derek 43 180 80 4/5/1998 ENGLISH Luke

**** 43/2019 Maroochydore (Qld)/Brisbane (NEAFL) 21/2019 Swan Hill (Vic)/Geelong Grammar (Vic)/Bendigo U18

2019 RD/2018 Wentworth (NSW)/Bendigo U18

32 182 80 20/8/2000 **** 62/2018 Manning (WA)/Perth (WAFL)

0

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

0

0

0

0

0

0

24

1 256 256 1 162

Daniel Rioli Dion Prestia Shane Edwards Dustin Martin Kane Lambert

2

0

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

9

9

0

0

72/2016 Lavington Panthers (NSW)/Murray U18

7

0

16

1 40 40

24

1 152 152 0

0 19 3

HIGGINS Jack

13 177 78 19/3/1999 2018

17/2017 East Malvern (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

13 0 33

33

0 24

HOULI Bachar

14 180 83 12/5/1988 2007

PD/2011 Spotswood (Vic)/Western U18/Essendon

22 0 207 181

0 42

LAMBERT Kane

23 178 77 26/11/1991 2015 RD/2015 Preston (Vic)/Northern U18/Northern Blues (VFL)/Wtown (VFL) 21

1 96

96

1 62

LYNCH Tom

19 199 98 31/10/1992 2011 RFA/2018 Sorrento (Vic)/Dandenong U18/Gold Coast

25

1 157 26

0 317

MARKOV Oleg

31 188 85 8/5/1996

2

0 17

0

MARTIN Dustin

4 187 91 26/6/1991 2010

17

3

23 1 225 225 1 251

MARTYN Will

36 186 82 29/3/2001 **** 44/2019 Aspley (NEAFL)/Brisbane (NEAFL)

0

McINTOSH Kamdyn

33 191 93 3/4/1994

31/2012 Pinjarra (WA)/Peel Thunder (WAFL)

16 0 90 90

MILLER Ben

46 195 95 31/8/1999

****

63/2017 Railways, Kalgoorlie (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

0

0

6 182 77 15/1/1999

2019

34/2017 Ivanhoe (Vic)/Ivanhoe Grammar (Vic)/Northern U18

2

0

2

2

0

1

25 199 102 12/8/1994 2015 TR/2016 Georgetown (Tas)/North Launceston (Tas)/Sydney

12

1

72

60

0 25

NAISH Patrick NANKERVIS Toby

2015

0

0

0

0

0

0 26

NYUON Bigoa

47 196 87 18/5/2001

**** 54/2019 Rowville (Vic)/Rowville Secondary College (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0

0

0

0

0

0

PICKETT Marlion

50 184 84 6/1/1992

2019 MD/2019 Swan Districts (WAFL)/South Fremantle (WAFL)

1

2

2

0

1

PRESTIA Dion

3 175 82 12/10/1992 2011 TR/2016 West Lalor (Vic)/Assumption Coll (Vic)/Calder U18/Gold Coast

RALPHSMITH Hugo

45 188 75 9/11/2001

**** 46/2019 East Brighton (Vic)/Haieybury College (Vic)/Sandringham U18

1 25

1 156 61

1

0

0

0

1

0 200 200 0

0

0

RANCE Alex

18 194 96 9/10/1989 2009

8 193 92 31/10/1988 2007 13/2006 Clarence (Tas)/Tasmania U18

13

1 263 263 3

RIOLI Daniel

17 179 76 16/4/1997 2016

22

1

78

78

3 71

ROSS Jack

5 187 85 3/9/2000 2019 43/2018 Waverley Hawks (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

7

0

7

7

0

15 178 76 24/1/1996 2016 RD/2015 Bundoora (Vic)/Northern U18

15

1

72

72

0 20

14

1 23

23

0

17

1

18

18

0 10

0

0

0

0

0

24

1 142 142 0 26

15/2015 St Mary’s (NT)/East Point (Vic)/St Pat’s Coll (Vic)/N Ball U18

SOLDO Ivan

20 204 106 14/4/1996 2017

STACK Sydney

44 179 72 28/4/2000 2019 PSS/2019 Federals (WA)/Perth (WAFL)

RE/2017 Northern U18

TURNER Fraser

28 186 81 26/12/2000 ****

VLASTUIN Nick

1 187 88 19/4/1994 2013

58/2018 Clarence (Tas) 9/2012 Eltham (Vic)/Northern U18

9 8 8 8 8

OTHER CLEARANCES Shane Edwards Ivan Soldo Kane Lambert Dustin Martin Trent Cotchin

5 5 4 3 3

TACKLES Dion Prestia Marlion Pickett Dustin Martin Jason Castagna Nick Vlastuin

5 5 4 3 3

INSIDE 50s

52 Dion Prestia 0 Shane Edwards Marlion Pickett 9 Trent Cotchin 634 Josh Caddy

RIEWOLDT Jack

SHORT Jayden

18/2007 Noranda (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)

3 3 3 2 2

1 235 235 0 126

53/2016 Tea Tree Gully (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

3/2009 Castlemaine (Vic)/Bendigo U18

SCORE ASSISTS Shane Edwards Dustin Martin Josh Caddy Dion Prestia Trent Cotchin

0

42 192 91 30/6/1998 2018

2016 50/2015 Gepps Cross (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

3.1 3.1 3.0 3.0 1.1

0

34 181 82 25/2/1998 2017

2010 PD/2010 Hurstbridge (Vic)/Northern U18

Shai Bolton Jack Riewoldt Jason Castagna Daniel Rioli Dustin Martin

14

GRAHAM Jack

2 193 90 16/7/1991

9

0

GARTHWAITE Ryan GRIMES Dylan

1

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

9 6 5 5 5

1 7 0

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

I.Soldo

15

9.2 4.8 4.4 68.1 77.5 74.1

62.1

T.Nankervis

13

12.5 5.9 6.5 42.9 58.6 127.1

50.9

49.1 21.3 5.4 25.3

92

N.Balta

13

9.3 6.7 2.6 54.0 59.5 241.0

60.0

40.0

7.0 1.5 22.0

472

M.Chol

9

8.0 5.4 2.6 61.2 66.7 130.0

56.8

43.2

8.0 1.9 23.6

491

C.Coleman-Jones

1

13.0 6.0 7.0 16.7 38.5 150.6

50.0

50.0 10.0 3.0 30.0

642

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

37.9 25.6 6.5 25.5 399

26.4

7.7

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

D.Prestia

26

27.3 15.3 12.1 56.4 68.4 468.3

41.6

58.4

5.0 5.7 4.9

D.Martin

24

26.0 16.2 9.8 55.3 66.5 455.9

41.7

58.3

5.5 4.2 2.5

6

J.Caddy

19

16.3 9.9 6.4 60.6 66.3 278.2

41.5

58.5

3.4 1.8 3.3

78

T.Cotchin

15

19.7 11.3 8.4 56.5 61.5 345.1

48.5

51.5

4.1 4.3 3.1

61

J.Graham

17

16.5 9.1 7.4 59.4 68.6 272.1

36.6

63.4

3.5 2.3 6.7

232

K.McIntosh

16

14.1 9.5 4.6 65.1 69.0 293.9

40.7

59.3

3.2 0.9 2.9

252 509

12

J.Ross

7

17.3 8.3 9.0 60.3 71.1 284.9 39.5

60.5

3.3 3.6 3.1

P.Naish

2

19.5 12.5 7.0 64.0 66.7 450.5

17.9

82.1

4.0 0.5 2.0

592

M.Pickett

2

18.0 10.5 7.5 66.7 66.7 413.5

38.9

61.1

6.5 2.5 3.0

566

O.Markov

2

14.0 7.5 6.5 60.0 71.4 196.9

37.0

63.0

0.5 0.5 1.5

606

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

T.Lynch

26

J.Castagna

25

14.4 8.2 6.2 57.6 65.1 260.2

J.Riewoldt

14

10.5 8.6 1.9 50.8 56.5 252.1

D.Rioli

23

11.9 6.3 5.6 65.1 76.6 195.8

10.7 7.8 3.0 55.9 60.9 209.4

57.9

42.1

63 32 66.3

213

28.4

71.6

30 28 51.7

297

53.0

47.0

27 15 64.3

52

33.5

66.5

20 19 51.3

224

K.Lambert

22

21.3 10.3 11.0 60.4 72.5 300.2

33.8

66.2

19

7 73.1

45

S.Bolton

20

14.0 7.7 6.3 61.7 72.4 252.9

37.5

62.5

18 13 58.1

361

J.Higgins

13

9

179

AFL average

DEFENDERS

16.7 9.2 7.5 57.5 67.7 222.9

38.7

61.3

12.6

42.7

57.3

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

4 69.2 50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

B.Houli

22

27.8 16.5 11.4 73.5 80.1 487.6

23.5

76.5

5.0 2.0 2.6

181

S.Edwards

25

21.6 9.8 11.8 67.1 74.3 327.2

45.5

54.5

2.4 0.8 3.1

14

N.Vlastuin

25

18.6 11.2 7.5 80.3 82.6 324.3

37.1

62.9

4.9 3.6 2.9

73

L.Baker

20

16.9 8.6 8.3 59.9 70.3 242.6

38.5

61.5

1.3 0.7 3.1

357

D.Grimes

25

12.7 7.1 5.6 82.5 84.2 155.4

41.9

58.1

2.9 5.2 2.2

118

D.Astbury

23

13.6 9.5 4.1 86.7 86.6 226.3

31.6

68.4

3.6 4.8 0.6

296

S.Stack

18

16.8 7.5 9.3 77.0 80.8 222.5

37.5

62.5

1.1 1.0 2.9

366

N.Broad

25

11.2 6.9 4.3 68.2 75.0 165.5

29.9

70.1

2.1 4.5 1.8

342

J.Short

16

17.5 13.1 4.4 71.0 72.9 467.1

18.2

81.8

4.5 0.9 1.8

191

22.2

77.8

2.7 8.0 1.7

R.Garthwaite

7

9.0 6.1 2.9 79.1 82.5 144.4

D.Eggmolesse-Smith

2

17.5 9.5 8.0 78.9 77.1 270.1 29.4

A.Rance

1

6.0 3.0 3.0 66.7 83.3 45.6 66.7 33.3 2.0 6.0 2.0 238

AFL average

16.0

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

33.4

70.6 3.0 0.0 2.0 66.6

3.3

3.3

541 590

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

34.18 (222) v St Kilda, R16, 1980, SCG

LOWEST SCORE

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

0.8 (8) v St Kilda, R16, 1961, Junction Oval 168 points v North Melbourne, R2, 1931, Punt Rd Oval

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

13 games – round 15, 2019, to round 1, 2020

OVERALL RECORD: 2281 games – 1165 wins, 1094 losses, 22 draws GRAND FINALS: 23 PREMIERSHIPS: 12 Head-to-head v

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

P

W

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

15 games – round 9, 2004 to round 1, 2005

MOST GAMES

L

D

39 14 25 0 48 31 16 1 222 95 125 2 211 91 119 1 203 95 104 4 166 94 72 0 37 21 16 0 196 89 104 3 9 6 3 0 13 9 4 0 159 89 70 0 191 107 82 2 160 85 73 2 32 13 18 1 186 112 71 3 196 108 87 1 14 9 5 0 44 18 26 0 155 79 74 2

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

MCG

732 405 319 8

Marvel Stadium

91

39

50

2

GMHBA Stadium

51

15

36

0

SCG

32 13 19 0

Gabba

20 12 8 0

Adelaide Oval

11

4

Metricon Stadium

9

Giants Stadium

6

7

0

4

5

0

3

3

0

Blundstone Arena 2 0 2 0 Optus Stadium

2

1

1

0

TIO Stadium

1

0

1

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

1

0

1

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

1

0

1

0

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Stan Judkins (1930, tied), Bill Morris (1948), Roy Wright (1952, tied; 1954), Ian Stewart (1971), Trent Cotchin (2012, tied), Dustin Martin* (2017)

Kevin Bartlett Jack Dyer Francis Bourke Wayne Campbell Jack Titus

(403) (312) (300) (297) (294)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Jack Titus Kevin Bartlett Kevin Bartlett Brett Deledio Joel Bowden

(202) (173) (150) (140) (136)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

8 30 33 53

Jack Riewoldt* Francis Bourke David Cloke Barry Young

(263) (300) (290 – Rich & Coll) (27)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Percy Bentley Jack Dyer Trent Cotchin* Des Rowe Matthew Knights

(168) (160) (155) (104) (102)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Tom Hafey Damien Hardwick* Jack Dyer Percy Bentley Frank ‘Checker’ Hughes Tony Jewell Danny Frawley

MOST GOALS

Jack Titus Matthew Richardson Kevin Bartlett Jack Riewoldt* Michael Roach Dick Harris

(248) (232) (222) (133) (120) (113) (113) (970) (800) (778) (634) (607) (548)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

14 Doug Strang (v North Melbourne, round 2, 1931, Punt Rd Oval) 12 Jack Baggott (v South Melbourne, round 9, 1928, Punt Rd Oval) 11  Michael Roach (v Footscray, round 7, 1980, Whitten Oval) 11 Michael Roach (v Hawthorn, round 5, 1985, Princes Park) 11 Jack Riewoldt* (v GWS Giants, round 10, 2014, Giants Stadium)

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1967, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1982, 2018

WOODEN SPOONS

1916, 1917, 1960, 1987, 1989, 2004, 2007

FINALS

89 games – 53 wins, 35 losses, 1 draw

LEGENDS: Kevin Bartlett (also coach Rich), Jack Dyer (also coach Rich), Ian Stewart (also St K, coach S Melb, Carl), Royce Hart (also coach Foots), Kevin Sheedy (also coach Ess, GWS) INDUCTEES: Frank Hughes (also coach Rich, Melb), Henry Harrison (also Melb, Geel), Jack Titus (also coach Rich), Percy Bentley (also coach Rich, Carl), Roy Wright, Vic Thorp, Francis Bourke (also coach Rich), Tom Hafey (Rich, also coach Rich, Geel, Coll, Syd), Allan Jeans (St K, also coach St K, Haw, Rich), Dale Weightman, Charlie Pannam (also Coll, coach Rich), Dan Minogue (also Coll, Haw, coach Rich, Haw, Carl, St K, Fitz), Bill Morris, Robert Walls (Carl, Fitz, also coach Fitz, Carl, Bris, Rich), Matthew Richardson, Maurice Rioli, Terry Wallace (also Haw, Foots, coach WB), Jim Deane, Mick Malthouse (also St K, coach WB, WCE, Coll, Carl)

MOST FINALS

Kevin Bartlett Jack Titus Francis Bourke Jack Dyer Dick Clay Kevin Sheedy

(27) (24) (23) (23) (20) (20)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Jack Titus Kevin Bartlett Dick Harris Royce Hart Neil Balme

(74) (62) (47) (41) (30)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

25.17 (167) v Geelong, 1SF, 1969

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

Ian Stewart (centre), Francis Bourke (wing), Royce Hart (centre half-forward), Jack Dyer (interchange)

1.7 (13) v Collingwood, GF, 1927

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Maurice Rioli (centre)

118 points v Geelong, 1SF, 1969

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

1920: George Bayliss (62) 1937: Dick Harris (64) 1940: Jack Titus (92)

89 points v Geelong, PF, 1995

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

9 Jack Dyer v Essendon, PF, 1944

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

1980: Michael Roach (107) 1981: Michael Roach (86) 2010: Jack Riewoldt* (78) 2012: Jack Riewoldt* (65) 2018: Jack Riewoldt* (65)

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Seven games (1973-75)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Four games (2001-15)

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

Kevin Bartlett (1980), Maurice Rioli (1982), Dustin Martin* (2017, 2019)

110 games – 50 wins, 60 losses Premiership 1962

PREMIERSHIP COACH MEDALLISTS

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Dan Minogue (1920, 1921), Frank ‘Checker’ Hughes (1932), Percy Bentley (1934), Jack Dyer (1943)

1984 (6822), 1985 (7137), 1986 (5772), 1987 (2825), 1988 (3154), 1989 (3607), 1990 (4974), 1991 (8377), 1992 (8158), 1993 (9918), 1994 (8229), 1995 (14,647), 1996 (20,308), 1997 (24,975), 1998 (27,092), 1999 (29,047), 2000 (26,869), 2001 (26,501), 2002 (27,251), 2003 (25,101), 2004 (27,133), 2005 (28,029), 2006 (29,406), 2007 (30,044), 2008 (30,820), 2009 (36,981), 2010 (35,960), 2011 (40,184), 2012 (53,027), 2013 (60,321), 2014 (66,122), 2015 (70,809), 2016 (72,278), 2017 (72,669), 2018 (100,726), 2019 (103,358)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Tom Hafey (1967, 1969, 1973, 1974), Tony Jewell (1980), Damien Hardwick* (2017, 2019)

JIM STYNES MEDALLISTS

Andrew Kellaway (2002), Nathan Brown (2004)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Brett Deledio (2005)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

* denotes current player or coach

Dustin Martin* (2017)

PREMIERSHIPS

1920, 1921, 1932, 1934, 1943, 1967, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1980, 2017, 2019

RUNNERS-UP

1919, 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1933, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1972, 1982

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Dan Hannebery Jack Steele Zak Jones Sebastian Ross Luke Dunstan

22 22 22 22 21

KICKS Luke Dunstan Zak Jones Dan Hannebery Hunter Clark Sebastian Ross

13 12 11 10 10

Zak Jones Rowan Marshall Dean Kent Tim Membrey Ben Long

6 6 5 5 3

HANDBALLS 14 12 11 11 10

2020

THIS CLUB

TOTAL

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

GOALS

ABBOTT Ryan

27 200 98 25/6/1991 2018 DFA/2019 Grovedale (Vic)/Geelong (VFL)/Geelong

1

0

5

0

0

4

ALABAKIS Sam

45 211 101 2/5/1997

**** RD/2019 Hale High School (WA)

0

0

0

0

0

0

AUSTIN Logan

24 196 87 8/7/1995

2016

0

0 20

7

0

0

19 0 26

26

0

11

0

0

0

TR/2017 Belconnen (NEAFL)/Port Adelaide

BATTLE Josh

26 193 92 1/9/1998

2017 39/2016 Doveton (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Dandenong U18

BELL Jack

42 200 81 26/1/2001

**** RD/2020 Old Haileybury (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Sandringham U18 0

BILLINGS Jack

15 184 83 18/8/1995 2014

3/2013 Kew Comets (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

22

0

0

1 108 108 2 79

BROWN Nathan

22 196 100 17/12/1988 2008 UFA/2016 Ballarat (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/Collingwood

16 0 183 53

0

BUTLER Dan

16 182 81 3/6/1996

2017 TR/2019 Lake Wendouree (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/Richmond

7

1 46

1

0 53

BYRNES Ryan

31 182 83 3/5/2001

****

0

0

0

0

0

0

BYTEL Jack

23 189 82 14/3/2000 ****

41/2018 Aberfeldie (Vic)/Calder U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

TR/2015 Craigieburn (Vic)/Calder U18/Essendon

10 0 134 49

CARLISLE Jake CLARK Hunter CLAVARINO Oscar

MARKS

Jack Steele Sebastian Ross Dan Hannebery Jarryn Geary Zak Jones

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

COFFIELD Nick CONNOLLY Leo DUNSTAN Luke GEARY Jarryn GRESHAM Jade HANNEBERY Dan

2 200 103 1/10/1991

2010

52/2019 Beaumaris (Vic)/St Bedes College (Vic)/Sandringham U18

7

0 61

7/2017 Mornington (Vic)/Padua College (Vic)/Dandenong U18

14

1 30 30

0

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

8

0 18

18

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Zak Jones Sebastian Ross Jack Steele Dean Kent Dan Hannebery

1 191 87 23/10/1999 2018 37 181 74 7/8/2001

8/2017 Eltham (Vic)/Northern U18

**** 64/2019 Moe (Vic)/Lowanna College (Vic)/Gippsland U18

7 185 85 29/1/1995 2014

18/2013 South Clare (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)

14 183 83 23/6/1988 2008 RE/2007 Eaglehawk (Vic)/Bendigo U18 4 179 81 24/8/1997 2016

18/2015 South Morang (Vic)/Parade Coll (Vic)/Northern U18

10 181 82 24/2/1991 2009 TR/2018 Kew Rovers (Vic)/Xavier College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18/Sydney

0

18

1 104 104 0 45

5

1 189 189 0 28

19

1 82

82

0 91

5

1 214

6

0 98

1 150

1

0 79

OTHER

40 180 75 19/8/1994 2019 54/2018 Clunes (Vic)/N Ballarat U18/East Point (Vic)/Keilor (Vic)/Ess (VFL) 11

0

11

0

CLEARANCES

HOWARD Dougal

20 199 95 25/3/1996 2016 TR/2019 Wagga Tigers (NSW)/Murray U18/Port Adel

15

1 46

1

0 14

17

1

1

0 23

JONES Zak

8 179 82 9/7/1993

2012 TR/2019 Quinns District (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)/Hawthorn/Fremantle

3 181 83 15/3/1995 2014 TR/2019 Mt Eliza (Vic)/Dandenong U18/Sydney

22

11 91

11

JOYCE Darragh

39 195 95 23/4/1997 2018 RE/2019 County Kilkenny (Ireland)

3

0

5

5

0

KENT Dean

25 180 87 24/2/1994 2013 TR/2018 Federals (WA)/Perth (WAFL)/Melbourne

13

1

77

14

0 75

0

KING Max

12 202 93 7/7/2000 2020

46 187 83 29/7/1999 2019 RD/2018 North Albury (NSW)/Murray U18

LONG Ben

21 184 82 21/8/1997 2017

25/2016 St Mary’s (NT)/NT Thunder (NEAFL)/Melb Gram (Vic)/Nthn U18/Foot (VFL) 16 1 31 31 0 21

LONIE Jack

13 175 74 13/8/1996 2015

41/2014 Seaford (Vic)/Dandenong U18

MARSH Jonathon

43 194 98 17/10/1995 2015 PSS/2019 Augusta-Margaret River (WA)/E Frem (WAFL)/Coll/E Frem (WAFL) 5

MARSHALL Rowan

19 201 106 24/11/1995 2017 RE/2018 Heathmere (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/North Ballarat (VFL)

Dan Hannebery Luke Dunstan Sebastian Ross Jack Billings Zak Jones

17 14 13 13 10

INTERCEPT POSS. Ben Long Callum Wilkie Hunter Clark Jarryn Geary Rowan Marshall

11 7 7 6 4

4/2018 East Sandr (Vic)/Old Haileybury (Vic)/H’bury College/Sandr U18 0 3 13

**** MD/2019 Carine (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

1

1

1

2

2

0

3

3

0

2

1 64 64 0 20

5

0 57 0

1

20 1 34 34

0 14

0

MAYO Jack

48 192 87 22/7/1999

0

0

0

McKENZIE Daniel

36 185 83 17/5/1996 2015 22/2014 Blackburn (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

15 0 49 49

0

3

MEMBREY Tim

28 190 91 26/5/1994 2014 DFA/2014 Traralgon (Vic)/Gippsland U18/Sydney

22

1 93

92

1 170

PARKER Matthew

34 190 80 25/1/1996 2019

47/2018 Melville (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL)

17 0 17

17

0 16

0

0

46/2017 Mitta United (Vic)/North Albury (NSW)/Murray U18

PATON Ben

33 187 82 19/10/1998 2018

13

1

17

17

0

4

PHILLIPS Ed

30 187 82 29/3/1998 2018 56/2016 Beverley Hills (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

4

0

11

11

0

1

ROBERTON Dylan

17 194 92 21/6/1991 2010 DFA/2012 Frankston YCW (Vic)/Dandenong U18/Fremantle

0

1 129 92

6 188 88 7/5/1993

22

ROSS Sebastian RYDER Paddy SAVAGE Shane SINCLAIR Jack STEELE Jack

2 2 1 1 1

35/2017 Berwick (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Dandenong U18

LANGLANDS Doulton

UNCONTESTED POSS.

SCORE ASSISTS Dan Hannebery Bradley Hill Jade Gresham Jack Steele Dean Kent

HIND Nick

HILL Bradley

2.1 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

11 187 82 26/3/1999 2018

POSSESSION 13 12 11 9 8

Max King Jack Billings Jack Steele Paddy Ryder Tim Membrey

38 197 93 22/5/1999 ****

CONTESTED POSS. Jack Steele Zak Jones Ben Long Rowan Marshall Dean Kent

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

2012

25/2011 Horsham Demons (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

18 197 94 14/3/1988 2006 TR/2019 Rovers, Geraldton (WA)/East Frem (WAFL)/Essendon/Port Adel 17 5 187 82 5/1/1991

2009 TR/2013 Noble Park (Vic)/Dandenong U18/Hawthorn

WEBSTER Jimmy

29 188 83 28/6/1993 2013

42/2011 Brighton (Tas)/Glenorchy (Tas)

WILKIE Callum

44 191 86 10/3/1996 2019 RD/2019 Walkerville (SA) /North Adelaide (SANFL)

1 125 125 0 22 1 244

1

7 4 3 3 2

TACKLES Luke Dunstan Dan Butler Jack Billings Dean Kent Zak Jones

9 8 6 5 5

INSIDE 50s Luke Dunstan Dan Hannebery Bradley Hill Rowan Marshall Dean Kent

6 5 5 4 3

1 172

22 0 163 107 0 62

35 181 81 12/2/1995 2015 RD/2015 Kew Comets (Vic)/Old Scotch (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 9 187 90 13/12/1995 2015 TR/2016 Belconnen (NEAFL)/NSW-ACT U18/GWS

0 20

Zak Jones Jack Steele Dan Hannebery Hunter Clark Luke Dunstan

8 7 6 6 5

22 0 86

86

20 1

79

62

0 40 1 26

8

0 93

93

0

3

22

1 23

23

0

0

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

R.Marshall

21

17.5 9.9 7.6 67.6 70.6 258.2

61.8

38.2

27.7 7.2 25.9

99

P.Ryder

18

9.9 6.2 3.7 54.5 65.7 149.3

66.1

33.9 21.9 7.2 33.0

54

R.Abbott

1

11.0 5.0 6.0 80.0 72.7 211.6

42.9

57.1 24.0 3.0 12.5 546

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

S.Ross

23

25.8 14.5 11.3 59.5 72.9 388.2

32.4

67.6

4.3 4.1 4.0

42

J.Billings

23

25.4 14.1 11.3 65.8 71.1 384.6

28.5

71.5

3.7 2.0 3.1

159

B.Hill

23

24.5 17.4 7.1 59.9 67.0 476.2

21.8

78.2

4.3 1.8 2.3

228

J.Steele

21

21.9 9.7 12.2 62.6 73.5 258.9

43.6

56.4

2.7 4.2 8.0

55

J.Gresham

20

22.1 13.2 8.9 57.2 64.7 360.6

44.7

55.3

4.6 4.4 2.8

51

L.Dunstan

19

22.3 11.6 10.6 55.7 69.7 307.3

51.3

48.7

4.2 5.9 5.1

85

Z.Jones

18

22.3 12.7 9.6 62.0 70.4 376.5

32.0

68.0

3.8 2.9 4.0

160

J.Sinclair

22

16.8 9.3 7.5 57.8 71.0 252.6

46.2

53.8

2.9 2.5 3.5

109

D.Hannebery

6

24.5 13.8 10.7 61.4 70.1 325.9

37.4

62.6

3.5 4.8 4.2

429

E.Phillips

4

15.3 8.5 6.8 85.3 78.7 224.7 38.7 61.3 1.3 1.5 1.3 504

D.Langlands

3

12.3 6.0 6.3 55.6 73.0 158.0

26.3

73.7

1.0 0.7 2.7

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

583

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

T.Membrey

23

12.7 8.1 4.6 71.1 76.7 215.3

41.9

58.1

45 17 72.6

M.Parker

17

10.6 7.0 3.6 62.2 66.1 215.3

38.8

61.2

16 13 55.2 476

149

B.Long

17

9.8 6.4 3.4 59.3 65.7 181.9

44.2

55.8

14 9 60.9 380

J.Lonie

14

13.0 9.4 3.6 53.4 60.4 216.4

35.8

64.2

13 20 39.4

D.Kent

14

12.9 9.4 3.4 56.8 58.9 246.9

39.8

60.2

12

16 42.9

431

N.Hind

11

10.9 7.8 3.1 62.8 66.7 236.1

36.9

63.1

11 10 52.4

461

D.Butler

8

9.0 6.1 2.9 51.0 61.1 205.3 42.7

57.3

5

4 55.6 395

M.King

1

6.0 5.0 1.0 40.0 33.3 131.1

50.0

50.0

2

1 66.7 638

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

392

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

S.Savage

22

19.6 13.1 6.5 80.2 83.1 388.2

24.6

75.4

4.5 2.3 2.5

139

C.Wilkie

23

14.5 9.8 4.7 82.3 84.4 220.0

36.3

63.7

3.3 3.6 2.0

391

H.Clark

15

20.3 10.9 9.5 63.2 70.8 277.5

32.4

67.6

2.6 0.9 3.1

363

J.Battle

19

14.7 10.7 4.0 83.3 83.2 232.9

25.9

74.1

3.2 2.2 2.7

413

B.Paton

14

14.6 8.3 6.4 69.0 78.0 169.2

33.3

66.7

2.6 1.1 2.9

453

D.Howard

16

11.2 7.4 3.8 67.8 74.3 190.6

43.6

56.4

2.0 6.9 1.5

169

D.McKenzie

15

10.9 5.6 5.3 73.8 84.7 117.1

39.1

60.9

1.4 2.4 2.3

312

J.Webster

8

17.0 10.6 6.4 64.7 74.3 291.0

31.1

68.9

3.6 2.5 1.9

309

N.Brown

16

8.1 4.0 4.1 85.9 90.8 106.7

39.6

60.4

1.8 8.9 1.6

352

N.Coffield

8

14.9 10.0 4.9 72.5 79.0 161.3

29.6

70.4

2.9 1.9 1.1

466

J.Carlisle

10

11.6 8.4 3.2 79.8 78.4 114.7

38.0

62.0

2.1 6.2 0.7

338

J.Geary

6

18.0 8.5 9.5 68.6 75.9 218.8

32.7

67.3

3.7 1.5 2.7

334

D.Joyce

3

14.7 9.0 5.7 70.4 72.7 277.0

43.6

56.4

3.0 5.7 2.0

580

J.Marsh

5

8.2 5.8 2.4 62.1 68.3 197.7 54.3 45.7 2.2 3.6 2.2 552

D.Roberton

1

8.0 7.0 1.0 71.4 75.0 223.2

0.0

100.0 4.0 3.0 0.0

16.0

33.4

66.6

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

3.3

586

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

31.18 (204) v Melbourne, R6, 1978, MCG

LOWEST SCORE

0.1 (1) v Geelong, R17, 1899, Corio Oval

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

139 points v Brisbane, R22, 2005, Marvel Stadium

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

19 games – R1, 2009 to R19, 2009

OVERALL RECORD: 2395 games – 927 wins, 1441 losses, 27 draws GRAND FINALS: 8 PREMIERSHIPS: 1 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

48 games – R1, 1897 to R17, 1899

MOST GAMES

L

D

44 15 28 1 47 24 23 0 221 56 163 2 220 59 159 2 215 69 142 4 183 77 105 1 36 20 16 0 215 83 131 1 13 9 4 0 10 4 5 1 157 73 82 2 216 94 121 1 161 78 81 2 30 10 20 0 186 71 112 3 217 77 137 3 14 8 6 0 49 18 30 1 161 82 76 3

P

W

L

D

Marvel Stadium

252 138 108

MCG

226 84 138 4

GMHBA Stadium

60

13

47

6 0

SCG

31 10 21 0

Gabba

20 6 14 0

Uni of Tas Stadium

12

6

6

0

Metricon Stadium

12

7

5

0

Adelaide Oval

10 0 10 0

Blundstone Arena 3 0 3 0 Optus Stadium

3 0 3 0

UNSW Canberra Oval

3

1

2

0

Giants Stadium

2

0

2

0

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

0

0

(383) (336) (323) (321) (300)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Jack Newnes Ian Synman Nick Dal Santo Stuart Trott

(123) (123) (114) (103)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

12 Nick Riewoldt 25 Alex Jesaulenko 35 Robert Harvey

(336) (279 – Carl & St K) (379)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Nick Riewoldt Danny Frawley Darrel Baldock

(220) (177) (104)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Allan Jeans Alan Richardson Grant Thomas Ross Lyon Stan Alves

MOST GOALS

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

Robert Harvey Nick Riewoldt Nathan Burke Stewart Loewe Barry Breen

Tony Lockett Bill Mohr Nick Riewoldt Stewart Loewe

(333) (126) (123) (121) (115) (898) (735) (718) (594)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

15 Tony Lockett (v Sydney, R13, 1992, Moorabbin) 13 Tony Lockett (v Carlton, R21, 1991, Waverley Park) 12 Tony Lockett (v Melbourne, R4, 1987, MCG) 12 Tony Lockett (v West Coast, R9, 1989, Moorabbin) 12 Tony Lockett (v Adelaide, R7, 1991, Moorabbin) 12 Tony Lockett (v Sydney, R9, 1991, SCG) 12 Tony Lockett (v Brisbane, R10, 1992, Moorabbin)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Colin Watson (1925), Brian Gleeson (1957), Neil Roberts (1958), Verdun Howell (1959, tied), Ian Stewart (1965 tied, 1966), Ross Smith (1967), Tony Lockett (1987 tied), Robert Harvey (1997, 1998)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Darrel Baldock (also coach St K), Roy Cazaly (also S Melb, coach S Melb, Haw), Ian Stewart (also Rich, coach Carl, S Melb), Tony Lockett (also Syd), Malcolm Blight (St K coach, also N Melb, playing coach N Melb, coach Adel, Geel) INDUCTEES: Bill Mohr, Colin Watson (also coach St K), Dave McNamara (also coach St K), Wels Eicke (also N Melb, coach St K, N Melb,), Vic Cumberland (also Melb), Dan Minogue (coach St K, also Coll, Rich, Haw, coach Rich, Haw, Carl, Fitz), Allan Jeans (also coach St K, Haw, Rich), Carl Ditterich (also Melb, coach Melb), Bob McLean (admin), Les Foote (also N Melb, coach St K), Ross Oakley (admin), Alex Jesaulenko (also Carl, coach Carl, St K), Tim Watson (coach St K, also Ess), Ross Smith (also coach St K), Robert Harvey, Neil Roberts, Verdun Howell, Barry Hall (also player Syd, WB), Trevor Barker, Mick Malthouse (also Rich, coach WB, WCE, Coll, Carl)

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Ian Stewart (centre), Alex Jesaulenko (half-forward)

1954, 1955, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 2000, 2014

FINALS

52 games – 21 wins, 30 losses, 1 draw

MOST FINALS

Robert Harvey Nick Dal Santo Nick Riewoldt Kevin Neale Jason Blake Brendon Goddard Stephen Milne

(17) (17) (17) (16) (16) (16) (16)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Nick Riewoldt Barry Breen Stephen Milne Fraser Gehrig Allan Davis Tony Lockett

(41) (25) (25) (20) (19) (18)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

24.14 (158) v Essendon, EF, 1973

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

3.8 (26) v Carlton, SF, 1908

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

67 points v Essendon, EF, 1973

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

80 points v Brisbane, QF, 2004

Nicky Winmar (half-forward flank), Jim Krakouer (forward pocket) 1902 : Charlie Baker (30) 1936: Bill Mohr (101)

1956: Bill Young (56) 1987: Tony Lockett (117) 1991: Tony Lockett (118) 2004: Fraser Gehrig (90) 2005: Fraser Gehrig (74)

NORM SMITH MEDALLIST

Lenny Hayes (2010)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLIST

Allan Jeans (1966)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

Nicky Winmar (1996), Robert Harvey (2004), Jason Gram (2008)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Justin Koschitzke (2001), Nick Riewoldt (2002)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Tony Lockett (1987), Robert Harvey (1997), Nick Riewoldt (2004)

PREMIERSHIP

1966

RUNNERS-UP

1913, 1965, 1971, 1997, 2009, 2010

McCLELLAND TROPHY

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

9 Tony Lockett, v Geelong, EF, 1991

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Two games (1913, 1966, 1972, 1997, 2009, 2010)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Four games (1997-2004)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

107 games – 52 wins, 53 losses, two draws Premierships 1958, 1996, 2004, 2008

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1984 (4930), 1985 (5708), 1986 (4321), 1987 (3924), 1988 (5799), 1989 (8360), 1990 (11,363), 1991 (9765), 1992 (11,650), 1993 (12,956), 1994 (12,009), 1995 (8870), 1996 (14,375), 1997 (16,610), 1998 (23,204), 1999 (20,793), 2000 (17,855), 2001 (22,248), 2002 (17,696), 2003 (23,626), 2004 (30,534), 2005 (32,043), 2006 (32,327), 2007 (30,394), 2008 (30,063), 2009 (31,906), 2010 (39,021), 2011 (39,276), 2012 (35,440), 2013 (32,707), 2014 (30,739), 2015 (32,746), 2016 (38,009), 2017 (42,052), 2018 (46,301), 2019 (43,038) * denotes current player or coach

1997, 2009

WOODEN SPOONS

1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1909, 1910, 1920, 1924, 1943, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1952,

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16 15 13 12 12

Tom Papley Luke Parker Kaiden Brand Lewis Taylor Isaac Heeney

6 5 5 5 5

HANDBALLS 14 12 8 8 7

POSSESSION CONTESTED POSS. Josh Kennedy Luke Parker Isaac Heeney Oliver Florent Sam Gray

2016 44/2013 Aspley (Qld)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

22

1

51

51

0

2

**** RD/2018 Beaumaris (Vic)/Mentone Gram (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

BELL James

32 183 82 10/2/1999 2019 RE/2019 University of NSW-Eastern Suburbs (NSW)

2

0

2

2

0

1

BLAKEY Nick

22 195 84 27/2/2000 2019

16 13 12 9 8

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

21

1

22

22

1 20

BRAND Kaiden

2 198 97 8/4/1994

2016 DFA/2020 Berri (SA)/West Adelaide (SANFL)/Hawthorn

5

1 44

1

0

0

CLARKE Ryan

4 186 85 17/6/1997

2016 TR/2018 Rowville (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Eastern U18/N Melb

14 0 54

14

0

9

CUNNINGHAM Harry

7 181 78 6/12/1993 2012 2017

10/2018 University of NSW-Eastern Suburbs (NSW)

2020

36 194 99 5/9/1994 46 197 96 2/9/1999

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

THIS CLUB

30 25 21 18 18

MARKS

Luke Parker Josh Kennedy Colin O’Riordan Justin McInerney Sam Gray

ALIIR Aliir AMARTEY Joel

NAME

KICKS Luke Parker Oliver Florent Josh Kennedy Jordan Dawson Isaac Heeney

TOTAL

Luke Parker Josh Kennedy Oliver Florent Jordan Dawson Callum Mills

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

RE/2012 Turvey Park (NSW)/NSW-ACT U18/Wagga (NSW)

9

56/2015 Robe (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)

20 1 26

26

0 19

21

54

0

DAWSON Jordan

34 191 85 9/4/1997

FLORENT Oliver

13 184 80 22/7/1998 2017

11/2016 Beaumaris (Vic)/Mentone Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18 51/2018 Langwarrin (Vic)/Elizabeth Murdoch College (Vic)/Dande U18

1 114 114 1 54

0 48

FOOT Zac

16 181 77 24/12/2000 ****

0

0

0

0

0

FOX Robbie

42 185 85 16/4/1993 2017 RE/2018 Burnie Dockers (Tas)/Coburg Lions (VFL)

11

0 24

24

0

FRANKLIN Lance

23 199 105 30/1/1987 2005 RFA/2013 Dowerin (WA)/Perth (WAFL)/Hawthorn

10 0 300 118

0

GOULD Will

17 191 100 14/1/2001

****

0

GRAY Sam

15 175 78 1/2/1992

2014 DFA/2020 Rudall Eastern Ranges (SA)/Port Adelaide (SANFL)/Port Adel

HAYWARD Will

9 186 86 26/10/1998 2017

21/2016 Walkerville (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

13

1 54

HEENEY Isaac

5 185 83 5/5/1996

18/2014 Cardiff (NSW)

22

1 103

32/2013 Broughton-Mundoora (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

22 0 93

2015

26/2019 Lucindale (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)

0

0

0

0

20 1

97

1

1 84

0

29 187 85 29/12/1995 2016

12 188 95 20/6/1988 2008 TR/2009 East Sandr (Vic)/Xavier Coll (Vic)/Sandr U18/Hawthorn

19

1 247

KNOLL Michael

48 202 103 27/2/1993

**** MD/2019 Box Hill Hawks (VFL)/South Adelaide (SANFL).

0

0

0

LING Matthew

19 184 80 21/4/1999

****

0

0

0

LLOYD Jake

44 180 79 20/9/1993 2014 RE/2014 Horsham Demons (Vic)/North Ballarat U18

22

1 138 138 0 29

0

0

MAIBAUM Jack

21 193 91 27/3/1998

30 193 90 30/12/1999 2018

**** RD/2020 Knox (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Eastern U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

33/2017 St Joseph’s, Geel (Vic)/St Joseph’s Coll, Geel (Vic)/Geel Gram (Vic)/Geel U18 19 1 35 35 1 20

McINERNEY Justin

27 188 79 18/8/2000 2019 44/2018 Banyule (Vic)/Marcellin College (Vic)/Northern U18

1

1

2

2

0

0

McLEAN Hayden

41 197 95 20/1/1999 2019 PSS/2019 Beaumaris (Vic)/St Bedes College (Vic)/Sandr U18/Sandr (VFL)

4

0

4

4

0

0

MELICAN Lewis

43 194 97 4/11/1996

2017

MILLS Callum

14 187 83 2/4/1997

2016

RE/2017 Birregurra (Vic)/Geelong U18 3/2015 North Shore (NSW)

17 0 37

37

0

1

22

78

78

0

3

1

0

1 29

29

0

3

TACKLES

0

0

0

0

0

0

O’RIORDAN Colin

38 186 87 12/10/1995 2018

12

1

16

16

0

1

83

1 121

Luke Parker Ben Ronke Josh Kennedy Sam Naismith Lewis Taylor

11 177 77 13/7/1996 2016 RD/2016 Bunyip (Vic)/Gippsland U18

22

1 83

26 183 87 25/10/1992 2011 40/2010 Langwarrin (Vic)/Dandenong U18

22

1 196 196 0 155

21

1 160 160 0

RAMPE Dane

24 188 87 2/6/1990

REID Sam

20 196 100 27/12/1991 2010 38/2009 Wangaratta Rovers (Vic)/Murray U18

22 0 143 143 0 154

Luke Parker Jake Lloyd Jordan Dawson Oliver Florent Callum Mills

REYNOLDS Harry

31 189 81 11/10/2000 **** RD/2019 St Kilda City (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

0

0

0

0

RONKE Ben

25 183 75 18/12/1997 2018 RD/2017 St Bernard’s (Vic)/Calder U18

13

1

32

32

0 33

12

1

13

13

0

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

INTERCEPT POSS. Callum Mills Colin O’Riordan Kaiden Brand Isaac Heeney Jordan Dawson

9 6 5 5 4

Luke Parker Josh Kennedy Oliver Florent Sam Naismith Tom Papley

10 205 103 16/7/1992 2014 RD/2013 North Shore (NSW)

UNCONTESTED POSS. 16 13 12 12 11

OTHER

35 193 93 26/6/1998 **** RD/2020 County Wexford (Ireland)

PARKER Luke

ROWBOTTOM James

2013 RE/2013 Eastern Suburbs (NSW)/University of NSW (NSW)

8 186 82 19/9/2000 2019

ROWLES Brady

39 186 73 12/2/2001

SINCLAIR Callum

18 199 98 23/9/1989 2013

STEPHENS Dylan

3 184 70 8/1/2001

25/2018 Camberwell (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

**** RD/2020 Mildura (Vic)/Bendigo Secondary College (Vic)/Bendigo U18 ****

TR/2015 Beaumaris (Vic)/Port Melb (VFL)/Subiaco (WAFL)/West Coast

14 0 101 72

6 0

0 59

5/2019 Red Cliffs (Vic)/Walkerville (SA)/St Peter’s College (SA)/Norwood (SANFL) 0 0 0 0 0 0

STODDART Ryley

33 185 82 15/10/1999 2018

TAYLOR Elijah

37 187 77 1/5/2001

53/2017 Blackburn (Vic)/Eastern U18

2

0

4

4

0

1

**** 36/2019 Thornlie (WA)/Perth (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

0

0

TAYLOR Lewis

28 174 82 17/2/1995 2014 TR/2019 Terang-Mortlake (Vic)/Geelong U18/Brisbane

5

1 113

1

0 88

THURLOW Jackson

6 190 86 28/3/1994 2013 TR/2018 Launceston (Tas)/Geelong

9

0 55

9

0

WARNER Chad

1 181 81 19/5/2001

**** 39/2019 Willetton (WA)/Aquinas College (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

0

0

**** RD/2019 Manly-Warringah (NSW)/Sydney (NEAFL)

0

0

0

0

0

0

WICKS Sam

45 180 77 14/9/1999

8 6 5 5 5

CLEARANCES

NAISMITH Sam

PAPLEY Tom

3 2 2 2 1

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

O’CONNOR Barry

RE/2017 County Tipperary (Ireland)

4.1 2.0 1.2 1.1 1.1

SCORE ASSISTS

Oliver Florent 54 2 64 Tom McCartin 103 4 109 Tom Papley 93 0 31 Luke Parker 234 1 149 Sam Naismith

HEWETT George

McCARTIN Tom

Isaac Heeney Will Hayward Tom Papley Nick Blakey Tom McCartin

Harry Cunningham 19 Tom McCartin 0 Sam Naismith 8 Oliver Florent 944 Nick Blakey

KENNEDY Josh

14/2017 St Mary’s, Geelong (Vic)/Geelong U18

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

12 10 6 5 2 6 6 6 4 4

INSIDE 50s James Rowbottom Oliver Florent Luke Parker Harry Cunningham Sam Naismith

5 5 4 4 3

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

C.Sinclair

14

12.0 7.6 4.4 48.1 61.9 139.2

55.7

44.3 25.0 5.1 20.3

H.McLean

4

10.8 5.8 5.0 65.2 76.7 110.9

43.9

56.1 13.3 3.8 28.3 569

S.Naismith

1

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

11.0 9.0 2.0 55.6 63.6 241.3

72.7

27.3 28.0 10.0 35.7

13.1

60.1

39.9

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

170 588

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

L.Parker

23

25.6 13.8 11.7 55.3 67.0 322.7

48.1

51.9

3.3 5.7 5.2

16

J.Kennedy

20

26.5 12.3 14.2 54.1 68.6 301.0

49.5

50.5

3.6 6.4 6.6

39

G.Hewett

22

21.9 8.6 13.2 58.4 73.6 187.2

49.1

50.9

1.8 4.0 4.5

105

I.Heeney

23

19.9 10.8 9.0 65.5 71.6 308.4

44.8

55.2

2.9 2.3 3.9

44

O.Florent

22

19.3 12.0 7.4 55.1 64.9 360.5

34.4

65.6

3.6 2.9 2.0

164 389

R.Clarke

14

17.1 8.7 8.4 54.1 66.3 239.3

30.9

69.1

2.6 1.5 3.1

J.Rowbottom

13

13.5 7.6 5.8 61.6 69.7 216.3

40.8

59.2

2.5 1.6 4.8

479

L.Taylor

6

15.2 9.8 5.3 69.5 75.8 230.3

30.4

69.6

1.8 0.8 2.7

286

J.McInerney

2

8.0 4.0 4.0 75.0 81.3 63.6

64.7

35.3 0.5 1.0 2.0 604

J.Bell

2

7.0 4.5 2.5 66.7 71.4 157.9

28.6

71.4

1.0 0.5 2.5

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

626

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

T.Papley

23

15.4 11.0 4.5 57.5 64.2 277.3

35.6

64.4

38 30 55.9

95

S.Reid

22

11.5 6.5 5.0 72.0 71.0 173.3

50.2

49.8

28 13 68.3 291

L.Franklin

10

11.7 9.6 2.1 55.2 59.0 258.7

45.0

55.0

27 18 60.0

S.Gray

21

17.3 8.4 9.0 48.9 65.9 217.5

35.0

65.0

21 17 55.3 243

N.Blakey

22

10.4 7.2 3.2 62.0 66.4 182.6

47.7

52.3

20 15 57.1

397

W.Hayward

14

10.8 6.5 4.3 57.1 60.9 189.8

46.3

53.7

14 16 46.7

310

T.McCartin

20

10.1 6.7 3.4 56.0 61.9 147.2

48.6

51.4

12 11 52.2 368

B.Ronke

14 10.3 6.6 3.7 51.1 55.6 195.9 38.2 61.8 9 8 52.9 323

AFL average

DEFENDERS

12.6

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

42.7

57.3

137

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

J.Lloyd

23

30.2 19.2 11.0 75.3 81.8 520.7

19.8

80.2

7.0 1.7 1.7

111

D.Rampe

22

19.5 12.4 7.1 83.2 86.5 440.2

34.4

65.6

6.5 4.9 2.9

88

C.Mills

23

18.4 10.5 7.9 77.7 80.1 266.4

27.1

72.9

3.6 3.2 2.7

258

J.Dawson

21

18.8 12.4 6.3 72.8 74.9 301.2

32.7

67.3

3.1 1.2 3.0

299

A.Aliir

23

15.5 9.9 5.6 67.1 74.8 264.7

42.6

57.4

2.9 4.7 2.0

90

H.Cunningham

10

19.6 13.1 6.5 78.6 81.6 406.7

19.4

80.6

4.3 1.0 2.7

279

C.O’Riordan

13

14.2 7.2 7.0 60.2 75.0 213.0

31.6

68.4

2.3 2.3 2.2

439

L.Melican

17

10.3 6.4 3.9 72.5 76.6 136.0

36.4

63.6

2.2 5.5 2.1

452

J.Thurlow

9

14.6 9.9 4.7 58.4 66.4 259.2

30.0

70.0

4.3 3.0 2.3

457

R.Fox

11

11.6 5.9 5.7 67.7 75.0 164.7

36.6

63.4

1.1 0.9 4.3

445

K.Brand

6

11.2 7.0 4.2 76.2 80.6 102.9

42.4

57.6

2.8 5.8 1.2

464

R.Stoddart

2

6.0 2.5 3.5 60.0 83.3 47.1

14.3

85.7 0.0 1.5 1.0

16.0

33.4

66.6

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

3.3

615

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

36.20 (236) v Essendon, R17, 1987, SCG

LOWEST SCORE

0.5 (5) v Carlton, R8, 1899, Princes Park

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

171 points v St Kilda, R12, 1919, Lake Oval

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

12 games – R5, 1918 to GF, 1918; R10, 1933 to R1, 1934; R2, 1935 to R13, 1935; R5, 2014 to R17, 2014

OVERALL RECORD: 2453 games – 1169 wins, 1260 losses, 24 draws GRAND FINALS: 17 PREMIERSHIPS: 5 Head-to-head v

P

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda University West Coast Eagles Western Bulldogs

W

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

29 games – R7, 1972 to R13, 1973

MOST GAMES

L

D

42 17 25 0 52 29 22 1 229 94 129 6 227 84 142 1 222 89 132 1 185 77 104 4 35 19 15 1 225 101 124 0 10 9 1 0 18 11 7 0 167 72 93 2 209 114 93 2 163 88 74 1 30 20 10 0 196 87 108 1 217 137 77 3 14 13 1 0 51 30 21 0 161 78 82 1

P

W

L

D

SCG

396 232 162 2

MCG

229 94 133 2

GMHBA Stadium

63

21

42

0

Marvel Stadium

55

31

22

2

Gabba

21 11 9 1

UNSW Canberra Oval

12

Metricon Stadium Adelaide Oval

7

5

0

10

7

3

0

7

5

2

0

Giants Stadium

6

3

3

0

Blundstone Arena

3

3

0

0

Optus Stadium

2

1

1

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

1

1

0

0

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Stadium

0 0 0 0

TIO Traeger Park

0

0

(372) (325) (325) (303) (286)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Adam Goodes (204) Brett Kirk (200) Jared Crouch (194, all from debut) Jude Bolton (145) Ryan O’Keefe (121)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

1 Paul Roos (356 – Syd & Fitz) 3 Jarrad McVeigh (325) 5 John Rantall (330 – S Melb & NM) 19 Michael O’Loughlin (292) 37 Adam Goodes (372) 41 Shane Mumford (192 – Geel, Syd & GWS)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Paul Kelly Bob Skilton Jarrad McVeigh Dennis Carroll Brett Kirk

(182) (165) (139) (131) (119)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

Adam Goodes Jude Bolton Jarrad McVeigh Michael O’Loughlin Ryan O’Keefe

0

0

John Longmire* Paul Roos Rodney Eade Ian Stewart Charlie Pannam

MOST GOALS

Bob Pratt Michael O’Loughlin Barry Hall Adam Goodes Tony Lockett

(219) (202) (152) (111) (108) (681) (521) (467) (464) (462)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

16 Tony Lockett (v Fitzroy, R19, 1995, Whitten Oval) 15 Bob Pratt (v Essendon, R3, 1934, Lake Oval) 14 Harold Robertson (v St Kilda, R12, 1919, Lake Oval) 12 Tony Lockett (v Richmond, R19, 1996, SCG) 12 Tony Lockett (v Port Adelaide, R16, 1998, SCG) 12 Bob Pratt (v Footscray, R15, 1934, Lake Oval) 12 Lindsay White (v Melbourne, R5, 1942, Princes Park)

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

J. Herbie Matthews (1940, tied), Ron Clegg (1949, tied), Fred Goldsmith (1955), Bob Skilton (1959, tied; 1963, 1968), Peter Bedford (1970), Graham Teasdale (1977), Barry Round (1981, tied), Greg Williams (1986, tied), Gerard Healy (1988), Paul Kelly (1995), Adam Goodes (2003, tied; 2006)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Ron Barassi (coach Syd, also Melb, Carl, coach Carl, NM, Melb), Roy Cazaly (also St K, coach S Melb, Haw), Bob Pratt, Bob Skilton (also coach S Melb, Melb), Norm Smith (coach S Melb, also Melb, Fitz, coach Melb, Fitz), Ian Stewart (coach Syd, also St K, Rich), Tony Lockett (also St K) INDUCTEES: Jack Oatey, Like McBrien (admin), Johnny Leonard, Laurie Nash, Mark Tandy, Ron Clegg, Vic Belcher (also coach S Melb, Fitz), J. Herbie Matthews, John Rantall (also NM, Fitz), Terry Daniher (also Ess), Peter Bedford (also Carl), Jack Sheedy, Len Thompson (also Coll, Fitz), Des Tuddenham (coach S Melb, also Coll, Ess, coach Ess), Paul Roos (also Fitz), Tom Hafey (coach Syd, also Rich, coach Rich, Geel, Coll), Dermott Brereton (also Haw, Coll), Gerard Healy (also Melb), Barry Round (also Foots), John Murphy (also Fitz, NM), Frank Johnson, Paul Kelly, Bob Hammond (coach Syd, also Adel admin), Michael O’Loughlin, Austin Robertson jnr, Barry Hall (also St K, WB)

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Bob Skilton (rover), Greg Williams (interchange), Norm Smith (coach)

PREMIERSHIPS

1909, 1918, 1933, 2005, 2012

RUNNERS-UP

1899, 1907, 1912, 1914, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1945, 1996, 2006, 2014, 2016

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1996, 2014, 2016

WOODEN SPOONS

1903, 1922, 1938, 1939, 1962, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1992, 1993, 1994

FINALS

89 games – 40 wins, 49 losses

MOST FINALS

Adam Goodes Jarrad McVeigh Jude Bolton Ryan O’Keefe Dan Hannebery Kieren Jack Josh Kennedy*

(28) (28) (26) (24) (22) (22) (22)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Barry Hall Bob Pratt Michael O’Loughlin Adam Goodes Laurie Nash

(39) (37) (37) (33) (27)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

19.22 (136) v North Melbourne, PF, 2014

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

3.8 (26) v Fitzroy, GF, 1899

Adam Goodes (centre half-back), Michael O’Loughlin (full-forward)

71 points v North Melbourne, PF, 2014

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS

99 points v Hawthorn, QF, 1987

1934: Bob Pratt (138) 1935: Bob Pratt (97) 1942: Lindsay White (67)

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

1996: Tony Lockett (114) 1998: Tony Lockett (107) 2014: Lance Franklin* (67) 2017: Lance Franklin* (69)

NORM SMITH MEDALLIST

Ryan O’Keefe (2012)

PREMIERSHIP COACH MEDALLISTS

Charlie Ricketts (1909), Bert Howson (1918), Jack Bisset (1933)

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Paul Roos (2005), John Longmire* (2012)

JIM STYNES MEDALLIST

Ryan O’Keefe (2006)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

Adam Goodes (1999), Dan Hannebery (2010), Callum Mills* (2016)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Gerard Healy (1988)

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

9 Lindsay White, v Essendon, PF, 1942

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Five games (2005-06)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

Seven games (1945-87)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

113 games – 55 wins, 58 losses Premierships 1956, 1957, 1960, 1982

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

1984 (2750), 1985 (2777), 1986 (4927), 1987 (3594), 1988 (2516), 1989 (2631), 1990 (2624), 1991 (2907), 1992 (3020), 1993 (3097), 1994 (3327), 1995 (6088), 1996 (9525), 1997 (22,109), 1998 (31,089), 1999 (31,175), 2000 (30,177), 2001 (28,022), 2002 (27,755), 2003 (21,270), 2004 (25,010), 2005 (24,955), 2006 (30,382), 2007 (28,764), 2008 (26,721), 2009 (26,269), 2010 (28,671), 2011 (27,106), 2012 (29,873), 2013 (36,358), 2014 (40,126), 2015 (48,836), 2016 (56,523), 2017 (58,838), 2018 (60,934), 2019 (61,912) * denotes current player or coach

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41 189 88 21/12/1993 2015 RD/2020 Kelmscott (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL)/Port Adel

1

1

37

10

2 22

33 185 78 21/11/1998 2018

32/2017 Ports, Esperance (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

0

0

3

3

0

ALLEN Oscar

12 194 91 19/3/1999 2018

21/2017 Whitford (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)

21 0 23

23

0 20

BARRASS Tom

37 197 96 8/10/1995 2015 43/2013 Scarborough (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

14

1 66

66

0

0

BRANDER Jarrod

10 196 94 11/2/1999

2018

2

1

4

4

0

0

**** RD/2020 Hampton Rovers (Vic)/Haileybury Coll (Vic)/Sandringham U18

18 17 16 15 14

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

BRAYSHAW Hamish

22 188 90 9/2/1998

0

0

0

0

0

0

CAMERON Jarrod

39 182 72 3/5/2000 2019 39/2018 Centrals (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)

7

0

7

7

0

11

SCORE ASSISTS

COLE Tom

28 188 82 28/5/1997 2016

36/2015 Sandhurst (Vic)/Bendigo U18

CRIPPS Jamie

15 183 83 23/4/1992 2011

TR/2012 Northhampton (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)/St Kilda

Dom Sheed 19 1 164 148 0 211 Jamie Cripps 24 1 197 197 1 379 Nic Naitanui 15 1 86 86 0 9 Brendon Ah Chee 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jarrod Brander

13/2017 Wentworth (NSW)/Geelong Grammar (Vic)/Bendigo U18

0

0

0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

1

71

Liam Ryan Dom Sheed Andrew Gaff Brendon Ah Chee Shannon Hurn

EDWARDS Harry

42 200 90 1/10/2000 **** RD/2019 Mazenod (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)

MARKS

FOLEY Luke

29 188 80 8/10/1999

****

31/2018 Sorrento-Duncraig (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

0

0

Tom Barrass Shannon Hurn Lewis Jetta Luke Shuey Brad Sheppard

GAFF Andrew

3 183 85 16/6/1992

2011

4/2010 Kew (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

22

1 198 198

HANDBALLS 14 9 9 9 7

16 202 99 6/3/1991

2011 TR/2018 Morningside (Qld)/Gold Coast/St Kilda 2006 13/2005 Angaston (SA)/Central District (SANFL)

0

20 1 100 21 21

0

0 32

HURN Shannon

25 187 95 4/9/1987

HUTCHINGS Mark

34 182 84 25/5/1991 2013 60/2012 Girrawheen Koondoola (WA)/E Perth (WAFL)/St Kilda Rks/W Perth (WAFL) 18 0 113 113 0 46

1 270 270 0 50

JAMIESON Callum

40 200 85 31/7/2000 **** 49/2019 North Beach (WA)/Newman College (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

0

0

JETTA Lewis

23 183 81 4/5/1989

2010

22

1 197 70

JOHNSON Ben

38 179 73 6/3/2001

**** 58/2019 Whitford (WA)/Sacred Heart College (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)

JONES Jamaine

47 176 80 29/9/1998 2018 PSS/2020 Heywood (Vic)/Portland (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/Geelong

TR/2015 Bridgetown (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)/Sydney

0

0

0

0

1 116

0

0

0

0

0

0

OTHER

0

0

7

0

0

4

CLEARANCES

1

1 49

KELLY Tim

11 182 86 26/7/1994 2018 TR/2019 Palmyra (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL)/Geelong

25

1 49

KENNEDY Josh

17 196 101 25/8/1987 2006 TR/2007 Northampton (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)/Carlton

22

1 244 222 0 611

McGOVERN Jeremy

20 197 99 15/4/1992 2014 RE/2013 North Albany (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

23 1 127 127 0 36

NAITANUI Nic

9 202 110 4/5/1990 2009

2/2008 Midvale (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)

5

1 167 167 0 102

51/2014 St Mary’s, Geelong (Vic)/Geelong U18

13

1 56

NELSON Jackson

30 188 85 15/3/1996 2015

56

0

1

CONTESTED POSS.

O’NEILL Mitchell

45 179 72 21/2/2001

**** RD/2020 North Hobart (Tas)/Guilford Young College (Tas)/Tasmania U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

TACKLES

O’NEILL Xavier

24 186 83 3/8/2000

****

28/2018 Blackburn (Vic)/Whitefriars College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

PETRUCCELLE Jack

21 187 82 12/4/1999 2018

38/2017 Epping (Vic)/Northern U18

20 1

24

24

1 24

8 190 83 9/12/1990 2009

TR/2015 Keith (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)/Brisbane

Luke Shuey Elliot Yeo Jack Darling Lewis Jetta Liam Ryan

10 10 10 6 5

UNCONTESTED POSS. Andrew Gaff Luke Shuey Liam Duggan Tim Kelly Dom Sheed

23 18 17 16 15

INTERCEPT POSS. Jeremy McGovern Shannon Hurn Tom Barrass Brad Sheppard Liam Ryan

8 8 6 5 4

REDDEN Jack

23 1 212 83

0 71

REID Nicholas

46 188 87 4/9/1995

**** PSS/2020 North Beach (WA)/West Coast (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

RIOLI Willie

44 175 77 4/6/1995

2018

14 0 38

38

0 46

ROTHAM Josh

35 193 88 25/2/1998 2019

RYAN Liam

1 180 75 2/10/1996 2018

52/2016 St Mary’s (NT)/Xavier College (Vic)/Glenelg (SANFL)

0

0

37/2016 Whitford (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)

4

0

4

4

0

26/2017 Rovers, Geraldton (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

24

1 38

38

3 53

0

SCHOFIELD Will

31 197 94 24/1/1989 2007 50/2006 Newtown & Chilwell (Vic)/Geelong College (Vic)/Geelong U18

14 0 190 190 0 22

SHEED Dom

4 187 87 10/4/1995 2014

11/2013 Mines Rovers (WA)/Subiaco (WAFL)

24

1 103 103 2 49

SHEPPARD Brad

5 187 85 23/5/1991 2010

7/2009 Attadale (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

24

1 179 179 0 17

SHUEY Luke

13 184 90 2/6/1990

2010 18/2008 Bulleen-Templestowe (Vic)/Marcellin College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 24

1 202 202 0 136

TREACY Anthony

43 182 81 12/4/1997

**** RD/2020 Cable Beach (WA)/Sydney (NEAFL)/Claremont (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

0

VARDY Nathan

19 200 98 25/6/1991

2011 TR/2016 Allies (Vic)/Gippsland U18/Geelong

11

0 68

43

0 42

VENABLES Daniel

18 187 83 19/11/1998 2018

13/2016 Keilor (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Western U18

6

0 21

21

0

77/2016 Marist (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

13 0 29

29

0 28

WATERMAN Jake

2 192 92 6/5/1998

2018

0

WATSON Francis

26 187 83 29/9/1995 2019 RE/2019 Halls Creek (WA)/Claremont (WAFL)

2

0

2

2

0

0

32 200 96 17/4/2000 ****

0

0

0

0

0

0

YEO Elliot

6 190 90 1/10/1993 2012 TR/2013 Booragoon (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)/Brisbane

6 5 3 3 2 5 5 3 3 3

INSIDE 50s Tim Kelly Dom Sheed Jamie Cripps Nic Naitanui Luke Shuey

6 4 4 3 3

11

WILLIAMS Bailey

35/2018 Pines (Vic)/Western Port SC (Vic)/Dandenong U18

9 8 7 6 5

Nic Naitanui Luke Shuey Andrew Gaff Dom Sheed Lewis Jetta

POSSESSION Nic Naitanui Luke Shuey Dom Sheed Andrew Gaff Liam Ryan

3 3 2 2 1

0

14 185 84 11/12/1996 2015

11/2014 Bacchus Marsh (Vic)/Western U18

3.3 2.1 2.0 1.0 1.0

41

27 191 95 13/6/1992

HICKEY Tom

2011 26/2010 Sorrento-Duncraig (WA)/West Perth (WAFL)

1

14 0 41

DARLING Jack

Andrew Gaff Nic Naitanui Luke Shuey Liam Duggan Dom Sheed

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS Liam Ryan Brendon Ah Chee Dom Sheed Jack Darling Lewis Jetta

DUGGAN Liam

9 9 8 8 8

2020

THIS CLUB

30 27 23 22 21

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

AH CHEE Brendon AINSWORTH Brayden

NAME

KICKS Luke Shuey Shannon Hurn Andrew Gaff Dom Sheed Lewis Jetta

TOTAL

Andrew Gaff Luke Shuey Shannon Hurn Dom Sheed Liam Duggan

GOALS

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

23 1 156 129 0 70

Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

T.Hickey

21

12.0 5.8 6.3 62.8 68.8 154.2

N.Vardy

11

6.5 2.7 3.8 80.0 79.2 75.9 56.6 43.4 20.7 5.5 26.8 405

N.Naitanui

6

12.5 6.8 5.7 43.9 61.3 192.3

72.0

28.0 28.2 6.8 24.3

13.1

60.1

39.9

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

64.8

35.2

18.9 5.3 28.3

26.4

7.7

80 218

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

A.Gaff

23

31.8 19.7 12.1 62.0 71.2 453.8

28.7

71.3

4.2 4.2 2.3

L.Shuey

25

27.0 17.1 9.9 54.1 65.1 456.7

40.7

59.3

5.2 6.4 5.4

24

D.Sheed

25

26.3 14.4 11.9 57.4 68.9 391.9

41.8

58.2

4.7 4.9 1.6

100

86

T.Kelly

26

25.2 15.2 10.0 58.0 65.3 448.5

44.6

55.4

4.5 5.7 4.2

34

E.Yeo

24

23.3 13.8 9.5 56.8 64.9 414.0

53.8

46.2

5.3 6.1 7.2

17

J.Redden

24

22.4 10.7 11.7 60.9 70.9 223.0

40.6

59.4

2.2 3.9 5.4

146

M.Hutchings

18

11.9 7.2 4.7 59.2 70.2 157.5

39.7

60.3

1.5 1.3 2.3

364

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

J.Darling

25

11.8 8.3 3.5 61.4 64.1 213.4

59.7

40.3

60 18 76.9

68

J.Kennedy

23

8.1 5.8 2.3 58.2 61.5 154.8

52.3

47.7

49 29 62.8

193

L.Ryan

25

11.8 9.0 2.8 52.9 55.6 240.6

50.8

49.2

33 22 60.0

198

J.Cripps

20

13.5 7.7 5.8 70.8 70.7 246.2

42.7

57.3

30 13 69.8

77

J.Petruccelle

21

9.9 7.0 2.9 66.7 72.6 217.9

32.7

67.3

22 15 59.5

411

O.Allen

21

10.1 6.4 3.8 68.7 71.8 184.8 50.5

49.5

20 11 64.5 367

W.Rioli

14

13.3 8.6 4.6 64.5 70.4 213.7

64.9

18 10 64.3 140

J.Waterman

13

12.1 8.6 3.5 69.6 75.2 180.8

23.8

76.2

15

5 75.0

396

J.Cameron

7

7.6 5.0 2.6 74.3 75.5 128.4

34.5

65.5

11

2 84.6

519

B.Ah Chee

2

13.5 9.0 4.5 61.1 63.0 275.2

44.8

55.2

3

1 75.0

488

D.Venables

6

9.3 4.5 4.8 63.0 67.9 111.8

45.8

54.2

2

1 66.7 444

J.Brander

3

10.3 7.7 2.7 73.9 67.7 173.6

24.2

75.8

0

3 0.0

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

35.1

611

50.5

MTs from

S.Hurn

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking 22

23.3 18.3 5.0 85.6 86.7 433.6

28.8

71.2

6.3 2.6 1.5

84

B.Sheppard

25

19.2 13.4 5.7 80.4 82.7 312.6

19.9

80.1

4.4 3.7 1.5

313

L.Jetta

23

17.1 12.9 4.2 79.8 81.0 461.0

21.1

78.9

3.7 1.0 1.6

174

J.McGovern

24

14.8 10.4 4.4 80.7 82.0 235.9

46.0

54.0

3.8 5.6 1.6

38

L.Duggan

16

16.3 11.6 4.6 73.1 76.5 286.5

27.9

72.1

2.4 2.4 1.7

276

T.Barrass

15

11.8 9.7 2.1 86.9 85.3 153.2

30.7

69.3

3.1 8.8 0.7

206

J.Nelson

14

11.7 7.9 3.8 76.6 79.9 192.8 31.0 69.0 1.8 1.2 1.8 451

T.Cole

14

11.4 7.6 3.8 73.8 78.8 151.8

37.0

63.0

2.3 2.4 3.4

332

2.1 5.4 1.6

409

W.Schofield

14

8.4 5.7 2.6 83.8 82.1 104.3 35.0

65.0

J.Rotham

4

12.3 8.5 3.8 94.1 95.9 174.1

20.0

80.0 2.3 4.8 1.5

577

F.Watson

2

13.5 9.5 4.0 68.4 74.1 209.3

31.0

69.0

3.0 2.0 2.5

594

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

29.18 (192) v Brisbane, R3, 1988, WACA

LOWEST SCORE

1.12 (18) v Essendon, R15, 1989, Windy Hill

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

135 points v Adelaide, R19, 1995, Subiaco Oval

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

12 games – round 1, 1991 to round 13, 1991

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

OVERALL RECORD: 779 games – 442 wins, 331 losses, 6 draws GRAND FINALS: 7 PREMIERSHIPS: 4 Head-to-head v

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University Western Bulldogs

P

W

8 games – round 5, 2001 to round 12, 2001

MOST GAMES

L

D

48 27 21 0 49 35 13 1 45 24 21 0 54 28 25 1 54 25 29 0 15 9 6 0 50 30 20 0 53 26 26 1 11 9 1 1 11 8 3 0 52 28 24 0 54 37 17 0 50 28 22 0 34 15 19 0 44 26 18 0 49 30 18 1 51 21 30 0 0 0 0 0 55 36 18 1

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

P

W

L

D

MCG

86 35 51 0

Marvel Stadium

64

28

35

1

22

6

0

Optus Stadium

28

GMHBA Stadium

24 8 15 1

Gabba

22 13 9 0

SCG

19 3 16 0

Adelaide Oval

10

8

Metricon Stadium

9

5

2

2

Uni of Tas Stadium

7

2

5

0

Giants Stadium

5

3

2

0

Blundstone Arena

3

1

2

0

UNSW Canberra Oval

3

2

1

0

TIO Stadium

1

1

0

0

TIO Traeger Park

1

1

0

0

Mars Stadium

0 0 0 0

2

0

Dean Cox Glen Jakovich Darren Glass Shannon Hurn* Guy McKenna Drew Banfield Peter Matera Andrew Embley Dean Kemp Ashley McIntosh Matt Priddis Ben Cousins Michael Braun David Wirrpanda Josh Kennedy*

(290) (276) (270) (270) (267) (265) (253) (250) (243) (242) (240) (238) (228) (227) (222)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

Andrew Gaff* Dean Cox Glen Jakovich Brad Sheppard* Quinten Lynch Ben Cousins

(113) (104) (97) (96) (95) (89)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

50  Ryan Turnbull

(129)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

John Worsfold Darren Glass Shannon Hurn* Ben Cousins Guy McKenna Chris Judd Ross Glendinning Steve Malaxos

(138) (129) (120) (104) (68) (49) (40) (25)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

John Worsfold Mick Malthouse Adam Simpson* John Todd Ken Judge Ron Alexander

MOST GOALS

Josh Kennedy* Peter Sumich Mark LeCras Phillip Matera Jack Darling* Quinten Lynch Chris Lewis Brett Heady

(281) (243) (143) (45) (44) (22) (600) (514) (441) (389) (379) (281) (259) (237)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

FINALS

14 Scott Cummings (v Adelaide, round 4, 2000, WACA) 13 Peter Sumich (v Western Bulldogs, round 13, 1991, WACA) 12 Mark LeCras* (v Essendon, round 16, 2010, Marvel Stadium) 11 Peter Sumich (v Essendon, round 15, 1992, MCG) 11 Josh Kennedy* (v GWS Giants, round 8, 2014, Subiaco Oval) 10 Scott Cummings (v Fremantle, round 6, 2000, Subiaco Oval) 10 Josh Kennedy* (v Western Bulldogs, round 9, 2011, Subiaco Oval) 10 Josh Kennedy* (v Carlton, round 2, 2015, Subiaco Oval)

54 games – 26 wins, 27 losses, 1 draw

MOST FINALS

Dean Kemp Guy McKenna Chris Waterman Brett Heady Chris Lewis Peter Matera John Worsfold Glen Jakovich

(25) (24) (22) (21) (21) (21) (21) (20)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Peter Sumich Josh Kennedy* Brett Heady Jack Darling* Peter Matera Chris Lewis Quinten Lynch Dean Kemp Mark LeCras Ben Cousins Tony Evans Adam Hunter

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Chris Judd (2004), Ben Cousins (2005), Matt Priddis (2014)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

INDUCTEES: Ross Glendinning (also NM), Peter Matera, Dean Kemp, Glen Jakovich, Guy McKenna (also coach Gold Coast), John Todd (also coach West Coast), Mick Malthouse (coach West Coast, also St K, Rich, coach WB, Coll, Carl)

(62) (37) (33) (31) (23) (22) (22) (19) (17) (16) (16) (16)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

24.18 (162) v North Melbourne, 1EF, 2012

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

4.10 (34) v Sydney, EF, 2004

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

Peter Matera (wing), Chris Lewis (forward pocket)

96 points v North Melbourne, 1EF, 2012

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLIST

1999: Scott Cummings (88) 2015: Josh Kennedy* (75) 2016: Josh Kennedy* (80)

77 points v Essendon, 1SF, 1996

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS

8 Peter Sumich, v Geelong, 2SF, 1992

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

Peter Matera (1992), Dean Kemp (1994), Chris Judd (2005), Andrew Embley (2006), Luke Shuey* (2018)

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

Four games (EF 1992-EF 1993; QF 2018-EF 2019)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

JOCK McHALE MEDALLISTS

Four games (1996-98; 1999-2004)

Mick Malthouse (1992, 1994), John Worsfold (2006), Adam Simpson* (2018)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

AFL RISING STAR AWARD

73 games – 36 wins, 37 losses

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

1987 (2800), 1988 (8480), 1989 (9223), 1990 (10,450), 1991 (17,636), 1992 (23,902), 1993 (25,779), 1994 (24,265), 1995 (26,821), 1996 (26,663), 1997 (33,286), 1998 (37,496), 1999 (36,212), 2000 (38,868), 2001 (38,649), 2002 (34,880), 2003 (36,234), 2004 (40,792), 2005 (42,406), 2006 (44,138), 2007 (45,949), 2008 (44,863), 2009 (43,927), 2010 (44,160), 2011 (43,216), 2012 (57,377), 2013 (58,501), 2014 (58,529), 2015 (60,221), 2016 (65,188), 2017 (65,064), 2018 (80,290), 2019 (90,445)

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Ben Cousins (1996)

Ben Cousins (2005), Chris Judd (2006)

PREMIERSHIPS

1992, 1994, 2006, 2018

RUNNERS-UP

1991, 2005, 2015

McCLELLAND TROPHY

1991, 1994, 2006

WOODEN SPOONS

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Bailey Smith Jack Macrae Lachie Hunter Caleb Daniel Josh Dunkley

23 22 22 20 18

KICKS Alex Keath Lachie Hunter Hayden Crozier Jack Macrae Jason Johannisen

13 13 12 11 11

MARKS Alex Keath Bailey Williams Matthew Suckling Jack Macrae Ryan Gardner

9 6 6 5 5

HANDBALLS Bailey Smith Jack Macrae Marcus Bontempelli Caleb Daniel Lachie Hunter

14 11 10 10 9

4 193 96 24/11/1995 2014

BRUCE Josh

17 197 103 8/6/1992

BUTLER Louis

18 185 76 26/8/2001 ****

CAVARRA Ben

25 173 73 20/12/1995 2020

45/2018 Ferntree Gully (Vic)/Eastern U18/Frankston (VFL)/W’town (VFL)

0

1

1

CORDY Zaine

12 193 94 27/10/1996 2015

62/2014 Ocean Grove (Vic)/Geelong College (Vic)/Geelong U18

23

1

72

9 185 81 24/12/1993 2012

TR/2017 Rowville (Vic)/Eastern U18/Fremantle

0 45

CROZIER Hayden

23

2020

BONTEMPELLI Marcus

2012

4/2013 Eltham (Vic)/Northern U18

GOALS THIS CLUB

DEBUT ACQUIRED PREVIOUS CLUB

TOTAL

NO. HT. WT. DOB

2019

NAME

2020

BALL USE DISPOSALS

GAMES

TOTAL

PLAYER LIST

1 128 128 0 115

TR/2019 Eastlake (NEAFL)/GWS/St Kilda

22

1 114

1

1 172

53/2019 Old Brighton (Vic)/Brighton Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

72

0 10

0

22

1 109 40

31 184 85 22/7/1996 2015 45/2014 Edithvale-Aspendale (Vic)/Dandenong U18

10

1

51

51

0 53

SCORE ASSISTS

DANIEL Caleb

35 168 70 7/7/1996

17

1

92

92

0 27

DICKSON Tory

29 184 90 26/9/1987 2012

57/2011 Beaconsfield (Vic)/Frankston (VFL)/Noble Pk (Vic)/Bendigo (VFL) 17

0 113 113

0 181

Matthew Suckling Jason Johannisen

25/2015 Sale (Vic)/Gippsland U18

1

0 36

2015 46/2014 Edwardstown (SA)/South Adelaide (SANFL)

5 190 90 9/1/1997

15 179 79 24/4/1991 2013

TR/2018 Wahgunyah (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Murray U18/Hawthorn 14 0 132 14

0 23

ENGLISH Tim

44 205 98 10/8/1997

2017

19/2016 Brookton-Pingelly (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL)

20 1 30 30

0

9

GARCIA Riley

38 177 72 30/1/2001

****

62/2019 Caversham (WA)//Swan Districts (WAFL)

0

0

0

0

0

0

SCORE INVOLVEMENTS

GARDNER Ryan

43 197 96 1/6/1997

2019 MD/2019 Burnie Dockers (Tas)/Geelong List/Footscray VFL

2

1

3

3

0

2

GOWERS Billy

26 187 89 10/6/1996 2018

RE/2018 Kew (Vic)/Xavier Coll (Vic)/Oak U18/Carlton Rookies/Foots (VFL) 10 0 30 30

GREENE Fergus

30 187 80 20/12/1997 2018

70/2016 Sandhurst (Vic)/Bendigo U18

0

0

5

5

0

5

HAYES Will

32 181 82 5/6/1995

78/2018 Euroa (Vic)/Melb Grammar (Vic)/Sandringham U18/Foots (VFL)

9

0

9

9

0

4

Matthew Suckling Caleb Daniel Bailey Williams Jason Johannisen Bailey Smith

2019

7 182 84 13/12/1994 2013

23

49/2012 Williamstown Juniors (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Western U18 23

JOHANNISEN Jason

39 181 82 8/11/1992

2012

RE/2012 Willetton (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL)

JONG Lin

46 188 93 4/6/1993

2012 RE/2014 Mulgrave (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

KEATH Alex

42 197 96 20/1/1992 2017

KHAMIS Buku LIBERATORE Tom

67

67

0 39

1 129 129 0 57

20 1 127 127 0 41 0

0 61

61

0 33

OTHER

18

1

31

1

0

1

CLEARANCES

24 189 84 24/3/2000 **** RD/2019 St Albans (Vic Metro)/Maribyrnong College (Vic)/Western U18

0

0

0

0

0

0

21 182 87 16/5/1992

41/2010 St Bernard’s (Vic)/Calder U18

15 0 132 132 0 45 14 0 32

Jack Macrae Josh Bruce Jason Johannisen Marcus Bontempelli Bailey Smith

2011

TR/2019 Shepparton Bears (Vic)/Murray U18/Gold Coast List/Adelaide

27 187 84 17/7/1998

2017

28/2016 Eltham (Vic)/Northern U18

22 181 84 3/3/1990

2014

TR/2018 Deniliquin (NSW)/Geel Gram (Vic)/Geel U18/Frankston (VFL)/Rich 23

1

81

24

0 107

POSSESSION

LYNCH Brad

36 189 85 11/7/1997

2018

RE/2018 Mandurah (WA)/Swan Districts (WAFL)

0

0

9

9

0

CONTESTED POSS.

MACRAE Jack

11 191 89 3/8/1994

2013

23

1 142 142 0 34

McLEAN Toby

16 180 82 31/1/1996

2015

NAUGHTON Aaron

33 195 91 30/11/1999 2018

UNCONTESTED POSS. Bailey Smith Lachie Hunter Bailey Williams Jason Johannisen Caleb Daniel

18 17 15 13 11

INTERCEPT POSS. Caleb Daniel Hayden Crozier Easton Wood Josh Dunkley Alex Keath

7 6 6 6 5

2 1

DUNKLEY Josh

HUNTER Lachie

2016

1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

DURYEA Taylor

LLOYD Sam

11 8 7 7 7

Ben Cavarra Bailey Williams Josh Bruce Mitch Wallis Matthew Suckling

DALE Bailey

LIPINSKI Patrick

Jack Macrae Caleb Daniel Marcus Bontempelli Hayden Crozier Easton Wood

SCOREBOARD GOALS / BEHINDS

6/2012 Kew Rovers (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 26/2014 Narre Warren (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 9/2017 Rockingham (WA)/Peel Thunder (WAFL)

32

0 23 2

19 0 79

79

0 54

23

1

42

42

0 34

0

PORTER Callum

28 182 82 22/2/1999

****

74/2017 Rythdale-Officer-Cardinia (Vic)/Gippsland U18

0

0

0

0

RICHARDS Ed

20 185 87 3/7/1999

2018

16/2017 Hawthorn Citizens (Vic)/Carey Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18

20 0 41

41

0 17

SCHACHE Josh

13 200 96 21/8/1997 2016

SMITH Bailey

6 185 86 7/12/2000 2019

SMITH Roarke SUCKLING Matthew SWEET Jordon TRENGOVE Jackson VANDERMEER Laitham WALLIS Mitch

37 181 83 11/9/1996

TR/2017 Seymour (Vic)/Murray U18/Brisbane 7/2018 East Malvern (Vic)/Xavier Coll (Vic)/Old Xavs (Vic)/Sandr U18

2015 RD/2018 Sunbury (Vic)/Calder U18

1 187 85 25/7/1988 2009 UFA/2015 East Wagga-Kooringal (NSW)/Wagga Tigers (NSW)/Hawthorn 41 203 105 2/2/1998

**** RD/2019 Tea Tree Gully (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)

8 197 101 2/11/1990 2010 RFA/2017 Strathmore (Vic)/PEGS (Vic)/Calder U18/Port Adel 23 180 78 3/2/1999

14 0 54

27

0 66

23

1

24

24

0

11

5

0

17

17

0

4

19

1 172 70

0

0

0

0

1 83 0

0

16 0 185 32

0 35 0

0

1

77 0

****

37/2018 Mooroopna (Vic)/Murray U18

0

0

3 185 86 24/10/1992 2011

22/2010 St Bernard’s(Vic)/Calder U18

10

1 134 134

****

0

0

0

WEIGHTMAN Cody

19 178 74 15/1/2001

15/2019 Beaconsfield (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Dandenong U18

0

0

0

0

0

WEST Rhylee

14 181 85 12/7/2000 2019

26/2018 Strathmore (Vic)/St Kevin’s College (Vic)/Calder U18

3

0

3

3

0

2

WILLIAMS Bailey

34 187 88 10/10/1997 2016

48/2015 Brighton District & Old Scholars (SA)/Glenelg (SANFL)

9

1

42

42

1

8

WOOD Easton

10 185 86 4/9/1989 2009 43/2007 Camperdown (Vic)/Geelong Grammar (Vic)

23

1 161 161

YOUNG Lachie

40 189 81 6/4/1999

6

0

6

6

0

0

5

1

15

15

0

0

YOUNG Lewis

2019 RD/2019 Mt Eliza (Vic)/Peninsula Gram (Vic)/Dande U18/Frankston (VFL)

2 197 101 20/12/1998 2017 49/2016 Mitcham (SA)/Sturt (SANFL)

5 4 3 3 3

4 2 2 2 2

TACKLES Hayden Crozier Bailey Smith Marcus Bontempelli Sam Lloyd Jack Macrae

7 7 6 5 4

INSIDE 50s Matthew Suckling Jack Macrae Caleb Daniel Marcus Bontempelli Bailey Smith

4 3 3 2 2

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Acquired = How player arrived at this club  1/2000 = National Draft number/year  LTA = Local talent access selection  MD = Mid-Season Rookie Draft  PD = Pre-Season Draft  PDN = Previous Draft nomination  PDS = Pre-Draft selection  PSS = Pre-Season Supplemental selection  RD = Rookie Draft  RE = Rookie elevation  TR = Traded to this club  UPS = Uncontracted player selection  17YO = 17-year-old access  UFA = Unrestricted free agent  RFA = Restricted free agent  DFA = Delisted free agent  # = Category A Rookie (eligible for AFL selection)  * = Category B Rookie (only eligible for AFL selection as long-term injury replacement)  TIR = Trade Incentive Rule

ASBESTOS & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ASSESSMENTS Same day asbestos sample testing Air monitoring & indoor air quality ˜ Mould analysis & monitoring ˜ Hazardous materials assessments ˜ Asbestos awareness training ˜ Workplace safety assessments ˜ Lead paint management ˜ ˜

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PLAYER PERFORMANCE

RUCKS

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppages AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC HO HAD HAD% Ranking

T.English

21

AFL average

MIDFIELDERS

13.0 6.9 6.2 62.5 75.5 161.5

43.3

56.7 18.8 5.0 26.9

13.1

60.1

39.9

6.8

6.3

56.1

67.8

161.5

26.4

7.7

311

29.0

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Other AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC I50 CL TA Ranking

J.Macrae

24

32.9 14.7 18.2 64.9 74.3 348.3

40.3

59.7

4.1 5.1 5.2

10

J.Dunkley

24

27.9 13.2 14.7 57.0 70.3 290.1

48.1

51.9

3.6 5.1 6.0

26

L.Hunter

24

26.4 14.4 12.0 64.6 77.6 400.2

23.5

76.5

4.3 2.1 2.3

108

M.Bontempelli

24

25.9 14.7 11.2 59.7 69.1 484.0

45.9

54.1

5.2 5.9 5.1

9

B.Smith

24

17.9 8.0 9.8 63.7 75.8 220.5

38.1

61.9

2.8 2.5 4.2

306

T.Liberatore

15

20.9 9.3 11.7 59.0 73.6 274.1

49.2

50.8

3.3 5.3 3.9

377

P.Lipinski

14

21.9 9.8 12.1 59.1 74.9 251.7

28.2

71.8

2.8 2.4 3.6

230

E.Richards

20

11.7 6.9 4.8 60.9 70.4 196.3 37.1 62.9 2.4 0.5 2.4 231

M.Wallis

11

20.9 9.5 11.5 64.4 77.8 254.0

39.4

60.6

3.7 4.0 2.5

W.Hayes

9

15.6 8.6 7.0 59.7 70.0 200.3

32.4

67.6

2.6 0.9 3.3

510

R.Smith

5

11.8 7.0 4.8 57.1 66.1 166.6

40.7

59.3

1.6 0.8 2.4

482

21.8

40.2

59.8

3.4

AFL average

FORWARDS

11.8

9.9

59.1

69.4

317.6

3.5

143

3.9

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Scoring AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC G B SC% Ranking

S.Lloyd

24

15.1 10.7 4.4 60.9 66.9 301.5

33.8

66.2

38 32 54.3

195

J.Bruce

23

11.6 6.7 4.9 62.7 66.2 164.5

58.9

41.1

37 20 64.9

354

A.Naughton

24

10.5 7.1 3.4 60.8 68.7 181.8

51.4

48.6

32 27 54.2 225

T.Dickson

17

11.4 6.4 5.0 59.6 71.6 152.6

39.3

60.7

24 8 75.0 345

J.Schache

14

10.1 6.1 3.9 58.1 66.7 148.5

47.1

52.9

24

B.Dale

11

12.1 7.1 5.0 55.1 66.2 185.1

33.8

66.2

21 11 65.6 430

T.McLean

19

15.7 7.5 8.2 64.8 76.8 181.2

35.5

64.5

14 10 58.3 138

B.Gowers

10

8.9 5.6 3.3 51.8 62.9 154.4

48.4

51.6

13 14 48.1

R.Gardner

3

7.7 4.0 3.7 58.3 69.6 44.4

27.3

72.7

2

1 66.7 625

R.West

3

12.7 5.3 7.3 81.3 76.3 143.9

59.5

40.5

2

0 100.0 559

B.Cavarra

1

3.0 2.0 1.0 50.0 66.7 105.9

66.7

33.3

1

1 50.0 628

12.6

42.7

57.3

AFL average

DEFENDERS

7.7

4.9

60.3

67.5

206.2

8 75.0

384

402

50.5

MTs from

Ball Use Possessions Stoppage AFL RD1 2019 D K H KE% DE% MG CONT UNC R50 SPL TA Ranking

C.Daniel

18

26.2 16.9 9.3 77.3 79.6 427.3

29.9

70.1

5.7 1.6 3.0

J.Johannisen

21

21.6 14.1 7.5 76.0 79.7 420.8

24.2

75.8

3.5 0.5 2.1

97

M.Suckling

20

20.4 15.2 5.2 75.7 79.4 418.5

25.3

74.7

3.6 1.0 2.0

153

H.Crozier

23

16.6 11.7 4.9 80.3 81.9 333.4

29.4

70.6

3.5 3.3 2.2

184

A.Keath

19

16.3 10.6 5.7 72.6 76.1 233.1

42.1

57.9

3.1 4.4 1.6

314

E.Wood

24

11.7 7.6 4.1 73.1 79.4 175.2

37.3

62.7

2.5 5.0 1.3

269

T.Duryea

14

18.9 13.8 5.1 77.7 78.9 359.2

27.6

72.4

4.1 2.6 2.0

347

134

Z.Cordy

24

9.7 5.8 4.0 68.8 76.0 121.9

37.6

62.4

2.1 6.0 1.7

256

J.Trengove

16

12.6 7.6 5.0 65.3 72.1 160.2 42.0

58.0

1.9 4.5 2.4

229

B.Williams

10

15.5 10.8 4.7 65.7 67.1 277.5

23.4

76.6

2.7 1.2 2.0

369

La.Young

6

11.0 6.7 4.3 67.5 63.6 227.4

22.7

77.3

2.3 4.3 1.7

576

Le.Young

6

10.7 8.3 2.3 56.0 62.5 235.7

45.3

54.7

4.5 5.5 0.7

529

16.0

33.4

66.6

3.3

AFL average

10.4

5.6

73.7

77.6

268.7

3.3

2.1

AFL Ranking Official AFL Player Rating  B Behinds  CL Clearances  CONT Av. Contested  D Av. disposals  DE% Disposal efficiency  G Goals  H Av. handballs  HAD Av. hit-outs to advantage  HAD% Percentage of hit-outs to advantage  HO Av. hit-outs  I50 Av. inside 50s  K Av. kicks  KE% Kicking efficiency  MG Av. metres gained  R50 Av. rebounds from 50  SC% Scoring accuracy  SPL Av. spoils  TA Av. tackles  UNC Av. Uncontested

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CLUB HISTORY HIGHEST SCORE

33.15 (213) v St Kilda, round 13, 1978, Western Oval

LOWEST SCORE

1.8 (14) v Geelong, round 12, 1965, Western Oval

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN

120 points v Melbourne, round 15, 1985, Western Oval

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE

Nine games – round 1, 1946 to round 9, 1946

OVERALL RECORD: 1962 games – 882 wins, 1058 losses, 22 draws GRAND FINALS: 3 PREMIERSHIPS: 2 Head-to-head v

Adelaide Brisbane Lions Carlton Collingwood Essendon Fitzroy Fremantle Geelong Gold Coast Suns GWS Giants Hawthorn Melbourne North Melbourne Port Adelaide Richmond St Kilda Sydney Swans University West Coast Eagles

P

W

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE

14 games – round 20, 1979 to round 11, 1980

MOST GAMES

L

D

45 24 21 0 56 33 23 0 148 56 88 4 158 47 110 1 161 65 94 2 126 72 54 0 32 16 16 0 161 57 102 2 11 8 3 0 12 6 6 0 162 77 83 2 166 77 88 1 162 80 79 3 30 14 16 0 155 74 79 2 161 76 82 3 161 82 78 1 0 0 0 0 55 18 36 1

RECORD AT CURRENT VENUES Venue

Brad Johnson Chris Grant Doug Hawkins Scott West Ted Whitten Robert Murphy Rohan Smith

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES

John Schultz Tony Liberatore Rohan Smith David Thorpe Scott West

6 Brad Johnson 7 Doug Hawkins 13 Daniel Giansiracusa 24 Gary Dempsey 38 Dale Morris 49 Brian Cordy 51 Michael McLean

P

W

L

D

121

122

3

MCG

210 85 124 1

GMHBA Stadium

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SCG

29 10 19 0

Gabba

22 8 14 0

UNSW Canberra Oval

11

7

4

0

Ted Whitten Charlie Sutton Rodney Eade Terry Wallace Mick Malthouse Arthur Olliver

Metricon Stadium

9

5

4

0

MOST GOALS

TIO Stadium

9

7

2

0

Adelaide Oval

7

2

5

0

Mars Stadium

5

3

2

0

Uni of Tas Stadium

5

1

4

0

Giants Stadium

4

2

2

0

Optus Stadium

4 0 4 0

1

0

0

0

(212) (139) (127) (126) (86) (80) (76)

MOST GAMES AS COACH

Simon Beasley Brad Johnson Chris Grant Kelvin Templeton Jack Collins Alby Morrison Ted Whitten

(228) (162) (162) (148) (135) (131)

PREMIERSHIPS

1954, 2016

RUNNERS-UP

1961

WOODEN SPOONS

1959, 1967, 1982, 2003

FINALS

50 games – 18 wins, 32 losses

MOST FINALS GAMES

Brad Johnson Matthew Boyd Chris Grant Dale Morris Tony Liberatore Will Minson Rohan Smith Scott West Nathan Eagleton

BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS

Allan Hopkins (1930, tied), Norman Ware (1941), Peter Box (1956), John Schultz (1960), Gary Dempsey (1975), Kelvin Templeton (1980), Brad Hardie (1985), Tony Liberatore (1990), Scott Wynd (1992), Adam Cooney (2008)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

LEGENDS: Ted Whitten (also coach Foots), Royce Hart (coach Foots, also Rich) INDUCTEES: Allan Hopkins (also coach Foots), Norm Ware (also coach Foots), Arthur Olliver (also coach Foots), Syd Coventry (coach Foots, also Coll), Bill Goggin (coach Foots, also Geel, coach Geel), Bob Rose (coach Foots, also Coll, coach Coll), John Schultz, Bernie Quinlan (also Fitz, coach Fitz), Charlie Sutton (also coach Foots), Gary Dempsey (also N Melb), Barry Round (also S Melb/Syd), Doug Hawkins (also Fitz), Chris Grant, Scott West, Brad Johnson, Jason Akermanis (also Bris Lions), Barry Hall (also St K, Syd), Terry Wallace (also Haw, Rich, coach Rich), Brad Hardie (also Bris, Coll), Mick Malthouse (coach WB, also St K, Rich, coach WCE, Coll, Carl)

(30) (18) (15) (14) (13) (13) (12)

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL

19.23 (137) v North Melbourne, 1SF, 1985

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL

5.7 (37) v Geelong, PF, 1953

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL

70 points v West Coast, 3QF, 1998

AFL TEAM OF THE CENTURY

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL

Ted Whitten (centre half-back)

INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

Nicky Winmar (half-forward), Michael McLean (interchange)

93 points v Hawthorn, QF, 1985

LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLIST

8 Danny Del-Re, v Geelong, QF, 1992

JOHN COLEMAN MEDALLISTS

Four games (2016)

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL

BEST FINALS WINNING STREAK

1954: Jack Collins (73)

WORST FINALS LOSING STREAK

1957: Jack Collins (74) 1978: Kelvin Templeton (118) 1979: Kelvin Templeton (91) 1985: Simon Beasley (93)

Six games (1938-51)

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT SERIES

115 games – 55 wins, 60 losses Premierships 1963, 1964, 1967, 1970, 2010

NORM SMITH MEDALLIST

Jason Johannisen* (2016)

CLUB MEMBERSHIP

JOCK McHALE MEDALLIST

1984 (6491), 1985 (8030), 1986 (8433), 1987 (3452), 1988 (5351), 1989 (5168), 1990 (10,983), 1991 (9598), 1992 (9311), 1993 (11,478), 94 (9339), 1995 (12,212), 1996 (10,650), 1997 (15,064), 1998 (20,064), 1999 (20,491), 2000 (18,056), 2001 (19,085), 2002 (20,838), 2003 (21,260), 2004 (19,295), 2005 (21,975), 2006 (26,042) 2007 (28,725), 2008 (28,306), 2009 (28,215), 2010 (32,077), 2011 (29,710), 2012 (30,007), 2013 (30,209), 2014 (31,538), 2015 (35,222), 2016 (39,459), 2017 (47,653), 2018 (43,246), 2019 (44,373) * denotes current player and coach

Charlie Sutton (1954), Luke Beveridge* (2016) (575) (558) (554) (494) (385) (369) (360)

(21) (16) (15) (14) (13) (12) (12) (12) (12)

MOST GOALS IN FINALS

Chris Grant Brad Johnson Tory Dickson* Paul Hudson Jack Collins Danny Del-Re Simon Beasley

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLIST

Barry Hall (2010)

AFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Luke Darcy (2002)

AFL COACHES ASSOCIATION MVP AWARD

Marcus Bontempelli (2019)

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(355) (329) (265) (329 – Foots & NM) (253) (124) (95)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN

Ted Whitten Scott Wynd Arthur Olliver Brad Johnson Doug Hawkins Gary Dempsey Chris Grant

246

44

(169) (165) (153) (127) (114)

AFL GAMES RECORDS HELD IN GUERNSEY NUMBERS

Marvel Stadium

13

(364) (341) (329) (324) (321) (312) (300)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES

15 Kelvin Templeton (v St Kilda, round 13, 1978, Western Oval) 12 Simon Beasley (v Geelong, round 16, 1982, Western Oval) 12 Simon Beasley (v Richmond, round 18, 1985, Waverley Park) 12 Simon Beasley (v Melbourne, round 15, 1985, Western Oval) 11 Simon Beasley (v Richmond, round 1, 1984, Western Oval)

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