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Borough Continue to Play Their Part in AFL Draft Success Stories

With young ruckman Kieran Strachan (pictured, above) recently recruited to the Adelaide Crows via the 2018 AFL Rookie Draft, the Borough continued their outstanding recent record of playing a significant part in developing individual players to ply their trade at the elite level.

More specifically, the club has had a terrific strike rate with players being recruited via the Rookie Draft, with most of the more recent success stories coming through that system.

Some out-and-out greats of the game have their roots at Port Melbourne too, including 1970 Brownlow Medallist Peter Bedford, South Melbourne champion Gary Brice; and multiple Premiership players David King and Josh Gibson (pictured, below).



Current assistant coaches and 2017 Premiership returnees Sam Dwyer and Robin Nahas also highlight the recent list of players with AFL experience, as do youngsters Tom Phillips, Ben Crocker and Jack Sinclair; who have featured at Senior VFL level as Oakleigh Chargers-listed players under the banner of the highly-successful ‘23rd Man’ rule.

Sydney big man Callum Sinclair – who was affectionately known as ‘The Chief’ during his time at Port Melbourne – as well as 2016 Jack McFarlane Medallist Brody Mihocek, are others still currently listed with the Swans and Collingwood respectively.

The following lists, sourced from both Terry Keenan’s historical book ‘A Taste of Port’ and website ‘Draft Guru’, highlight the specific players who have gone on to VFL/AFL level from the Borough.

We’re proud to remain a VFL standalone club with solid team success, but also take an equal amount of pride in contributing to the individualised success stories of these players.

Port Melbourne Players Who Transferred to VFL/AFL (Sourced from ‘A Taste of Port’ by Terry Keenan):

Vic Aanensen – 40 games (South Melbourne)
Stephen Allender – 28 Sydney / 7 Hawthorn
Graeme Anderson – 71 Collingwood
Andy Angwin – 74 Hawthorn
Peter Bedford – 183 South Melbourne, 8 Carlton
Roy Bence – 15 South Melbourne, 144 St. Kilda
Jack Bissett – 38 Richmond, 90 South Melbourne
Peter Bradbury – 49 Essendon, 23 Collingwood
Harry Brereton – 85 Melbourne, 17 South Melbourne
Gary Brice – 171 South Melbourne
Vic Castles – 100 South Melbourne
Harry Coy – 115 Melbourne
Bernie Evans – 148 South Melbourne, 37 Carlton
Fred Fairweather – 54 North Melbourne
Hugh Fitzpatrick – 32 Essendon
Billy Fraser – 86 South Melbourne
Ted Freyer – 124 Essendon
Kevin Goss – 24 South Melbourne
Norm Goss Jnr – 121 South Melbourne, 81 Hawthorn
Paul Goss – 4 Melbourne
Martin Gotz – 106 Carlton
Don Grossman – 92 South Melbourne
Arthur Hando – 46 South Melbourne
Thomas Hardiman – 31 Geelong
Jack Hassett – 39 South Melbourne, 34 Geelong
Tom Heaney – 56 Richmond, 98 Fitzroy
Alf Hurley – 36 Hawthorn, 16 Fitzroy
Frank Johnson Snr – 64 South Melbourne
Bill Kuhlken – 79 Geelong, 9 Carlton
Tom Lahiff – 49 Essendon, 6 South Melbourne, 19 Hawthorn
Jason Love – 45 North Melbourne, 21 Sydney
Arnold Maltby – 34 Essendon, 2 North Melbourne
Billy McGee – 36 South Melbourne
Shane McKew – 33 South Melbourne
Bob Merrick – 59 Fitzroy
Herb Pears – 95 Collingwood
Dave Powell – 27 South Melbourne
Charlie Sloy – 25 Footscray
Charlie Stanbridge – 69 South Melbourne
Bill Walton – 27 Collingwood
Colin Watson – 93 St. Kilda

Port Melbourne Players Who Transferred to VFL/AFL (Ongoing List, Sourced from ‘Draft Guru’ website):

#26 Pre-Season 1989: Darren Tarczon – 11 Carlton
#30 Mid-Season Draft 1990: Darren Collins – 4 Fitzroy
#9 Mid-Season 1992: John Cunningham – 2 Geelong
#46 National 1993 David King – 241 North Melbourne
#15 Pre-Season 1996: Brad Campbell – 22 St. Kilda
#14 Rookie 1997: Lincoln Reynolds – 0 Western Bulldogs
#30 Rookie 1997: Shaun Tinsley – 0 Western Bulldogs
#69 National 1997: Paul Greenham – 0 Richmond
#7 Rookie 2000: Michael Swan – 0 Sydney
#3 Rookie 2003: Aaron Davey – 178 Melbourne
#68 National 2004: Ben Schwarze – 11 North Melbourne
#7 Rookie 2004: Josh Gibson – 65 North Melbourne, 160 Hawthorn
#42 Rookie 2005: Adrian Bonaddio – 0 Adelaide
#8 Rookie 2008: Robin Nahas – 83 Richmond, 34 North Melbourne
#55 National 2011: Matt Arnot – 9 Richmond
#68 Rookie 2011: Malcolm Lynch – 0 North Melbourne
#12 Rookie 2012: Callum Sinclair – 29 West Coast, 58 Sydney (current)
#27 Rookie 2012: Sam Dwyer – 39 Collingwood
#1 Rookie 2014: Jack Sinclair – 64 St. Kilda
#22 Rookie 2014: Hugh Beasley – 6 Brisbane
#58 National 2015: Tom Phillips – 50 Collingwood
#65 National 2015: Ben Crocker – 23 Collingwood
#22 Rookie 2017: Brody Mihocek – 16 Collingwood
#7 Rookie 2018: Kieran Strachan – 0 Adelaide

Article: Sam Wharton.

Main Image Credit: Adelaide Football Club.