Geelong Cats

Geelong CatsFounded in 1859 the Geelong Cats are the second oldest club in the AFL and one of the oldest in the world. In modern times the club is best known for their triple premiership era that saw them win flags in 2007, 2009 and 2011.

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Geelong catapulted back to the top of the competition in 2016 following the acquisition of Adelaide superstar Patrick Dangerfield. A second-placed finish was followed by a qualifying final victory over Hawthorn, although the Cats were eliminated following a heavy loss to Sydney in the prelimiary final.

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Senior coach: Chris Scott
Captain: Joel Selwood
2016 finish: 2nd (3rd after finals)
2016 best and fairest: Patrick Dangerfield
2016 leading goalkicker: Tom Hawkins (55)
Premierships: 1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1952, 1963, 2007, 2009, 2011

2017 Team List
Rhys Stanley, Zach Tuohy, Brandan Parfitt, Andrew Mackie, Nakia Cockatoo, Lincoln McCarthy, Harry Taylor, Jake Kolodjashnij, Zac Smith, Daniel Menzel, Darcy Lang, Wylie Buzza, Tom Longergan, Joel Selwood, Matthew Hayball, Scott Selwood, Esava Ratugolea, Josh Cowan, Quinton Narkle, Ryan Gardner, Jordan Murdoch, Mitch Duncan, Aaron Black, Jed Bews, Lachie Henderson, Tom Hawkins, Sam Menegola, Cory Gregson, Cameron Guthrie, Timm House, Jordan Cunico, Steven Motlop, George Horlin-Smith, James Parsons, Patrick Dangerfield, Tom Ruggles, Sam Simpson, Jack Henry, Zach Guthrie, Jackson Thurlow, Jermaine Jones, Mark O’Connor, Tom Stewart, Ryan Abbott, Mark Blicavs

Patrick Dangerfield Geelong Cats AFL 2016

Last updated: 30 March, 2017

Geelong Cats Articles

The ten best Round 14 games from the past ten years

The ten best Round 14 games from the past ten years

by , 24 Jun 2017

Welcome to another edition of my weekly column with which we take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of the classic AFL matches that correspond with the upcoming round.

2017 AFL season: Round 14 preview

2017 AFL season: Round 14 preview

by , 21 Jun 2017

With the bye rounds over, normal service resumes this weekend as the run to the finals begin in earnest.

Geelong confirm torn hamstring for Scott Selwood

Geelong confirm torn hamstring for Scott Selwood

by , 19 Jun 2017

Geelong midfielder Scott Selwood has confirmed he suffered a minor hamstring tear during Thursday night’s loss to West Coast.

AFL Round 13: Will the real top four contenders please stand up?

AFL Round 13: Will the real top four contenders please stand up?

by , 19 Jun 2017 Popular article!

There are three games of significance on this final bye weekend, all with a common theme: does anyone want one of the very available top-four spots?

Mitchell, Selwood face nervous wait

Mitchell, Selwood face nervous wait

by , 16 Jun 2017

Champion duo Joel Selwood and Sam Mitchell are facing suspension after being involved in a heated exchange during West Coast’s 13-point win over Geelong at Domain Stadium.

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats: AFL live scores, blog

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats: AFL live scores, blog

by , 15 Jun 2017 Video

The West Coast Eagles and Geelong Cats will clash at Domain Stadium with both teams fresh off the bye looking to jump start their second half of the season. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match starting from 8:10pm (AEST).

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats live stream: How to watch AFL Round 13 online and on TV

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats live stream: How to watch AFL Round 13 online and on TV

by , 15 Jun 2017

The opening match of Round 13 in the AFL will see the West Coast Eagles do battle with the Geelong Cats at Domain Stadium. The first bounce is scheduled for Thursday, June 15 at 8:10pm (AEST) – 6:10pm (local).

Thursday Night Forecast: West Coast Eagles v Geelong Cats

Thursday Night Forecast: West Coast Eagles v Geelong Cats

by , 15 Jun 2017

We’ve all been marvelling at the evenness of this AFL season, and one of the noticeable traits that’s becoming evident is how hard it is to identify a “match of the round”.

Gary Ablett Jr is showing us what it means to be a modern AFL champion

Gary Ablett Jr is showing us what it means to be a modern AFL champion

by , 7 Jun 2017

Football folklore says Gary Ablett Junior’s 2017 season should not be possible.

Hawkins offered one-week AFL ban

Hawkins offered one-week AFL ban

by , 5 Jun 2017 Video

Geelong spearhead Tom Hawkins has been offered a one-match ban by the AFL match review panel for his jumper punch to Adelaide midfielder Matt Crouch’s head.


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