Australian rules football rover who debuted for Geelong in 2004, garnering a National Rising Star nomination in 2005 and winning AFL Premierships in 2007 and 2009.
Australian rugby league footballer who began his professional career with St George Illawarra in 2002.
Australian rules football player who made his professional debut in 2004 for Hawthorn, and joined Australia's national team in 2008.
Australian rules football midfielder who made his professional club debut in 1999, and notably joined Carlton in 2004.
Australian rules footballer playing for the Hawthorn Football Club in the Australian Football League. He previously played for the Gold Coast Football Club between 2013 and 2016
Aussie rules football forward who is famous for her career in the AFL Women's league. She signed with Adelaide after being drafted 103rd overall in the 2017 AFL Women's Draft, and earned premiership honors during their Grand Final win.
Forward and midfielder who played for the Western Bulldogs from 2004 to 2014. He became the tenth Bulldog to win the Brownlow Medal in 2008.
Australian rules footballer who was drafted by St. Kilda in the 2008 AFL Draft. He went on to win the AFL Premiership with Hawthorn in 2014.
Australian rules footballer who played for the Brisbane Lions from 2006 to 2009. He later played for the Port Adelaide before retiring from the sport in 2010.
Australian rules footballer who began his stellar career with Geelon in 2001. He won the AFL Premiership with the team in 2007, 2009 and 2011.
Australian rules football midfielder who made his pro debut in the AFL for Melbourne in 2010 and signed with signed Greater Western Sydney in 2012.
Australian rules footballer best known for his fourteen-year career with Collingwood, where he played from 2001 through 2013. He was the recipient of the Copeland Trophy in 2006.
Retired Australian rules footballer who won AFL Premierships with Sydney in 2005 and Collingwood in 2010. He made an All-Australian Team appearance in 2010.
Retired Australian rules footballer who won the Mark of the Year award with the Sydney Swans in 1987. Following his retirement, he made numerous TV appearances on shows like "Celebrity Big Brother."
Australian rules footballer who's best known for playing for the Hawthorn Football Club in the AFL. He was named an AFL premiership player in 2013, 2014, and 2015, and was named to the All-Australian team in 2014.
Australian Rules Footballer who became a member of the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League. He is a smooth mover who can often be found dodging and weaving his way past opponents.
Australian rules football player known as Captain Kirk; played for the Sydney Swans from 1999 to 2010, and scored 84 goals in 241 games.
Australian rules football coach known for his time at the helm of the West Coast Eagles, where he amassed a 149-130-2 record in 12 seasons with the team. After three years away from the game, he took over Essendon at the start of 2016.
Australian football player who has gained fame playing for Adelaide in the Australian Football League from 2008 to 2014. He has also starred in the sixth season of House Rules.
Australian rules footballer for the Geelong Football Club in the Australian Football League. He's a versatile player and is able to contribute in the forward line as well as the midfield.
Australian rules football player who was taken first overall by Gold Coast in the 2010 draft. He was named the Gold Coast Suns Club Champion in 2014, an award given to the team's Best and Fairest.
Australian rules footballer best known for his time with the Brisbane Lions, where he played from 1997-2006. He received the Brownlow Medal, the highest honor in the sport, in 2001.