Gold Coast Suns

Gold Coast SunsAs part of the AFL’s most recent expansion, the Gold Coast Suns entered the AFL in 2011 with the competition’s 17th licence. The young team play at the boutique Metricon Stadium in Robina. The Suns are currently the only team in the AFL yet to qualify for the finals.

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Gold Coast gave their fans plenty of hope in 2016 after winning their first three games of this season. A ten-game losing streak followed however and, with just six total wins for the year, the Suns fell to 15th – their fourth bottom four finish in six years of existence.

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Senior coach: Rodney Eade
Captains: Tom Lynch, Steven May
2016 finish: 15th
2016 best and fairest: Tom Lynch
2016 leading goalkicker: Tom Lynch (66)
Premierships: None

2017 Team List
Pearce Hanley, Jarrad Grant, Matt Rosa, Jack Martin, Jarrod Harbow, Alex Sexton, Jesse Lonergan, Brayden Fiorini, Gary Ablett, Kade Kolodjashnij, Touk Miller, Sam Day, Callum Ah Chee, Mitch Hallahan, Daniel Currie, Rory Thompson, Steven May, Trent McKenzie, Tom J. Lynch, Michael Barlow, Jack Leslie, Tom Nicholls, Sean Lemmens, David Swallow, Jarryd Lyons, Matt Shaw, Ben Ainsworth, Jarrod Witts, Jack Bowes, Peter Wright, Keegan Brooksby, Brendon Matera, Aaron Hall, Mackenzie Willis, Michael Rischitelli, Joshua Schoenfeld, Jack Scrimshaw, Jesse Joyce, Ryan Davis, Brad Scheer, Will Brodie, Adam Saad, Darcy MacPherson, Cameron Loersch

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Last updated: 30 March, 2017

Gold Coast Suns Articles

Ken Hinkley and Brad Scott played their clubs like a fiddle

Ken Hinkley and Brad Scott played their clubs like a fiddle

by , 19 Sep 2017

The 2017 AFL season isn’t even over yet and already Ken Hinkley and Brad Scott, despite the frustrations of fans, have received extensions to 2021 and 2020 respectively.

Hinkley to speak amid speculation he wants out of Port Adelaide

Hinkley to speak amid speculation he wants out of Port Adelaide

by , 18 Sep 2017

Ken Hinkley’s Adelaide radio interview on Monday will command national attention as intrigue continues over his AFL future.

Gold Coast season review and possible trade moves: 2017

Gold Coast season review and possible trade moves: 2017

by , 13 Sep 2017

It was another dismal season of footy on the Gold Coast, which resulted in the sacking of the second coach in their history.

Hawthorn’s favourite son to become a favourite Sun?

Hawthorn’s favourite son to become a favourite Sun?

by , 4 Sep 2017

We thought we had seen the last of Luke Hodge, but we may have been wrong, with reports suggesting he is considering coming out of retirement to play for the Gold Coast Suns.

Ablett to Geelong ‘impossible’: Cats coach

Ablett to Geelong ‘impossible’: Cats coach

by , 3 Sep 2017

Geelong coach Chris Scott says a fairytale move for Gary Ablett from Gold Coast back to the Cats to finish his AFL career is “impossible” as the situation stands.

Ablett still pondering next AFL move

by , 3 Sep 2017

Gary Ablett says he is looking forward to escaping the pressures of football and spending time with family before he makes a call on his AFL future.

Get the next coach right or Gold Coast will collapse

Get the next coach right or Gold Coast will collapse

by , 29 Aug 2017

After a year that started with promise but ultimately ended in disaster and the sacking of a coach, the Gold Coast Suns are facing an off-season of radical change that will make or break their chances of success.

Sorry Gazza, a move back to Geelong won’t repair your broken legacy

Sorry Gazza, a move back to Geelong won’t repair your broken legacy

by , 29 Aug 2017

“A fresh new challenge” was how Gary Ablett described his move north to the football wasteland of the Gold Coast.

2017 season review: Gold Coast Suns

2017 season review: Gold Coast Suns

by , 29 Aug 2017

Just about everything that could have gone wrong for Gold Coast in 2017 did go wrong, in arguably their most dispiriting AFL campaign to date.

Port eclipse the Suns and give themselves a top four chance

Port eclipse the Suns and give themselves a top four chance

by , 26 Aug 2017

Port Adelaide have finished their regular season off with a crushing win over the Gold Coast Suns by 115 points.


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