(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Young gun Trent Cotchin is the early favourite to win next year’s Brownlow Medal but punters believe the club will yet again miss the top eight in season
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GEELONG has confirmed that premiership veteran David Wojcinski announced his retirement today in the lead-up to his final game in Cats colours in the VFL grand final against Port Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on Sunday. It is also likely to Shannon Byrnes’ last in Geelong colours as he enters the off-season as a free agent.
SUNDAY’S VFL grand final between Geelong and Port Melbourne is likely to be the last in Cats colours for both premiership veterans David Wojcinski and Shannon Byrnes. Wojcinski is tipped to hang up the boots after 203 AFL games, while Byrnes said he will talk about his playing future after this week’s grand final. It
GEELONG premiership players Matthew Scarlett, Joel Corey and David Wojcinski are set to retire as a dominant era in the competition appears all but over. Scarlett has told close friend and former team-mate Cameron Mooney that he will hang up the boots after last night’s 16-point loss to Fremantle which has left Cat fans shell-shocked.
GEELONG has stated that the playing futures of veteran midfielders David Wojcinski and Shannon Byrnes will be made at the end of the season as the duo fight their way into form in the VFL. While it is unlikely they will be handed a senior reprieve during AFL finals, Cats VFL coach Matthew Knights said
AFTER the completion of the 2012 AFL season the league will be revolutionised by the introduction of free agency. For eligible players this will give them the ability to leave their current club, bypassing the draft and trade periods, and essentially pick their next employer themselves. For the AFL, this will be an unprecedented change. In the lead
GEELONG veteran midfielder David Wojcinski is a strong chance to return for his 200th AFL match against Carlton on Friday nightat Etihad Stadium. Wojcinski, who was banned for three matches following the heavy hit on Melbourne-bound youngster Jack Viney by the VFL tribunal, is now free to play and could perhaps be a valuable return
UPDATE: GEELONG veteran David Wojcinski accepted a one match ban for a striking charge on Melbourne-bound youngster Jack Viney in Saturday’s curtain raiser between Geelong and the Casey Scorpions at Simonds Stadium. Wojcinski, who was not initially reported, was cited on trial by video by AFL Victoria and was subsequently offered the ban today but has also