Which Selwood played for West Coast?

Which Selwood played for West Coast?

Scott Selwood
Position(s) Midfielder
Playing career
Years Club Games (Goals)
2008–2015 West Coast 135 (37)

What does Scott Selwood do now?

Collingwood development coach Scott Selwood has been appointed an assistant to interim AFL senior coach Robert Harvey. “Scott was a very good midfielder and leader as a player and he has impressed in his time with us as a coach.

Why did Scott Selwood retire?

Selwood has stepped down for health reasons, thrusting Pies football manager Graham Wright back into a list management role after he filled in in the wake of Ned Guy’s resignation. Selwood joined Collingwood in mid-June after four years at Geelong as talent ID manager, working under Stephen Wells.

How old is Scott Selwood?

31 years (March 27, 1990)
Scott Selwood/Age

Has Scott Selwood won a Premiership?

Selwood made his AFL debut in 2007, winning the AFL Rising Star Award and AFLPA Best First-Year Player Award. He set a VFL/AFL record with a 92% winning percentage in his first 50 games (46–4), and won three premierships with Geelong in his first five seasons (2007, 2009, and 2011), the last of which as vice captain.

What does Adam Selwood do now?

Adam Selwood – Head of Sport Development and Performance – Perth College | LinkedIn.

Did Joel Selwood play for the Eagles?

Troy Selwood played for the Brisbane Lions from 2005 to 2010 and his twin brother, Adam Selwood, was a Premiership player for the West Coast Eagles. Joel Selwood is a three-time Premiership player, five-time All-Australian, four-time AFLPA Most Courageous Player and the current captain of the Geelong Cats.

How old is Tom Hawkins from Geelong?

33 years (July 21, 1988)
Tom Hawkins/Age

How old is Dangerfield?

31 years (April 5, 1990)
Patrick Dangerfield/Age

How many Selwood brothers are there?

three brothers
Personal life. A member of the Selwood family, Selwood has three brothers; twin brother Troy, Joel, and Scott.

How many goals did Tom Hawkins kick in 2021?

2021 leading goalkickers: Club-by-club

Club Player (Goals)
GWS Toby Greene (42) Harry Himmelberg (32) Jeremy Finlayson (23)
Geelong Tom Hawkins (54) Jeremy Cameron (34) Gary Rohan (30)
Gold Coast Ben King (47) Josh Corbett (23) Alex Sexton (21)
Hawthorn Luke Breust (33) Dylan Moore, Jacob Koschitzke (27)

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