Collingwood Football Club - Club Honours - Current Playing List

Current Playing List

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  • 1 Alex Fasolo
  • 2 Jordan Russell
  • 3 Brent Macaffer
  • 4 Alan Didak
  • 5 Nick Maxwell (c)
  • 6 Tyson Goldsack
  • 7 Andrew Krakouer
  • 8 Harry O'Brien
  • 9 Martin Clarke
  • 10 Scott Pendlebury (vc)
  • 11 Jarryd Blair
  • 12 Luke Ball
  • 13 Dale Thomas
  • 14 Clinton Young
  • 15 Jarrod Witts
  • 16 Nathan Brown
  • 17 Dayne Beams
  • 18 Darren Jolly
  • 20 Ben Reid
  • 21 Quinten Lynch
  • 22 Steele Sidebottom
  • 23 Lachlan Keeffe
  • 24 Josh Thomas
  • 26 Ben Johnson
  • 28 Ben Sinclair
  • 32 Travis Cloke
  • 33 Jackson Paine
  • 34 Alan Toovey
  • 35 Jamie Elliott
  • 36 Dane Swan
  • 38 Peter Yagmoor
  • 39 Heath Shaw
  • 40 Paul Seedsman
  • 44 Corey Gault
  • 46 Marley Williams
  • 47 Michael Hartley
  • 48 Caolan Mooney

Head coach

  • Nathan Buckley

Assistant coaches

  • Rodney Eade
  • Robert Harvey
  • Matthew Lappin
  • Craig McRae
  • John Barnes
  • Ben Hart
  • Mitch Hahn
  • Dale Tapping

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