Who coached Geelong in 2010?

Scott was appointed as Geelong’s senior coach on 15 October 2010 after three seasons as an assistant coach at Fremantle. He helped the Dockers emerge from a lean history to be one of the hottest young teams on the rise in the AFL.

How many coaches has Geelong had?


# Name Win%
All games
26 Tom Hafey 46.97
27 John Devine 43.18
28 Malcolm Blight 61.38

Who coached Geelong in 2011?

coach Chris Scott
Under new coach Chris Scott, Geelong had a standout season finishing second on the ladder, with the two best teams for the year meeting in the last game for the season. Geelong and Collingwood met twice during the home and away season, with the Cats winning both, and serving the Pies their only two losses for the year.

How many years has Chris Scott coached Geelong?

3 Years
Chris Scott (Australian footballer)

Chris Scott
Coaching career3
Years Club Games (W–L–D)
2011– Geelong 202 (143–57–2)
2017 Representative Australia 2 (2–0–0)

Who is the Geelong coach?

Chris ScottHead coach
James RahillyAssistant CoachNigel LappinAssistant CoachMatthew KnightsAssistant Coach
Geelong Football Club/Coaches

Who is the Geelong runner?

Mark Blicavs

Mark Blicavs
Weight 100 kg (220 lb)
Position(s) Utility
Club information
Current club Geelong

Who is Geelong’s assistant coach?


Name Position
Chris Scott Senior coach
Simon Lloyd Assistant coach (director of coaching)
James Rahilly Assistant coach (forward line)
Matthew Knights Assistant coach (midfield)

Why is Geelong called the cats?

Geelong was nicknamed the ‘Cats’ in 1923 after a run of losses prompted a local cartoonist to suggest that the club needed a black cat to bring it good luck. Soon after, during a match a black cat ventured on to the ground. Geelong won that match, breaking the losing streak.

How many members does Geelong have 2021?

2021 Club Membership Totals

Essendon 81,662
Fremantle 50,342
Geelong Cats 70,293 (club record)
Gold Coast SUNS 19,460 (club record)

Which AFL coach has played the most games?

Sport – Most Number of AFL Games Coached – Jock McHale (1902)

Who has played the most AFL games?

AFL/VFL Records

Record Current holder
Most Goals in a Season by a Player Bob Pratt South Melbourne 1934 and Peter Hudson Hawthorn 1971 (150 goals each).
Most Career Goals Tony Lockett: 1360
Most Career Games Brent Harvey: 432
Most Premierships Carlton & Essendon: 16

Where did Geelong Football Club finish in the 2009 season?

The 2009 Geelong Football Club season was the club’s 110th season in the Australian Football League (AFL). Geelong won the 2009 NAB Cup, their third night series/pre-season premiership, defeating Collingwood by 76 points, and finished the regular season in second position on the ladder, resulting in qualification for the 2009 AFL finals series.

Who is the assistant coach of the Geelong Cats?

Lappin was named as an assistant coach with the Cats in October 2008 just weeks after finishing a brilliant playing career, and has added two flags as an assistant coach to the three he won as a player. Lappin made his name as one of the AFL’s elite midfielders while helping the Brisbane Lions turn into a powerhouse.

How many premierships have the Geelong Cats won?

The Cats have been the VFL/AFL premiers nine times, with three in the AFL era (since 1990). The Cats have also won ten McClelland Trophies. The club was formed in 1859, making it the second oldest club in the AFL after Melbourne and one of the oldest football clubs in the world.

When did Nigel Lappin become Geelong assistant coach?

Geelong: Assistant coach since 2009. Nigel stepped straight from the field to the coaching box in 2009, and his first taste of coaching resulted in another premiership. Lappin was also instrumental in the 2011 premiership as midfield coach. He continued as an assistant coach before moving into a development coaching role in 2013.