|Craig was a highly skilled, quick thinking mid-fielder who often mesmerized opponents with his lightning handball and pinpoint foot passing.|
Ben was a tall athletic key position player with a raking left foot. His strong marking, agility and team orientation enabled him to build a fine AFL career and assume an honored place in the Geelong Football Club history.
After playing 219 games over 13 season Ben retired from AFL football at the end of the 2004 season to continue a professional sporting career in the National Football League (American Gridiron). He enjoyed an excellent rookie season with the New York Jets in 2005, where his kicking power and skill put him in the top echelon of NFL punters.
In late 2006 Ben made history becoming the first Australian to captain an American pro-sports team and also became the only player to captain a team in two professional sports leagues.
Tony was a brilliant junior sportsman who chose football over a promising cricket career. He is a talented on-baller with a great goal sense.
In 2006 Tony had a stellar season with Leopold, claiming the Mathieson medal and named player of the carnival at the country football championships in Queensland.
|David was a tall, agile ruck/key position player who excelled in a variety of sports as a junior, but was plagued with injuries in his senior football career.|
|Tim is a rangy, tall key position player who suffered a season ending leg injury in 2004 during a senior pre-season game. A hamstring injury curtailed his 2005 season. || |
|Clinton, as a talented junior footballer and athlete, has the attributes that suit the modern game. His aggressive running and aerobic capacity has seen him move directly from TAC Cup U/18 football to senior AFL football.|| |