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Nakia Cockatoo from NT Thunder snapped up by Geelong Cats in AFL draft
ABC Online
Northern Territory footballer Nakia Cockatoo has been drafted to play for the Geelong Cats Football Club. The 18-year-old was the tenth pick in the national AFL draft. Cockatoo has played junior grades with the Southern Districts Football Club, based ...
Geelong Cats draft “X-Factor” NT Thunder playerWorld Footy News
Nathan Vardy hopes to cement place in Geelong Cats' side after injury-plagued ...Herald Sun
Nakia Cockatoo's unusual journey to Geelong via the Gold CoastThe Age
AFL.com.au
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Geelong Cats sign key trio Mitch Duncan, Josh Caddy and Tom Lonergan to ...
Herald Sun
Duncan, 23, enjoyed a breakout year as he saw more time in the midfield which saw him finish third in the Cats' best and fairest count while a foot injury hampered Caddy in his second season at the club. Lonergan, 30, was chased by the Western Bulldogs ...


Fox Sports

Cats pounce, re-sign key trio
Fox Sports
It will be exciting for Geelong supporters to see them develop over the coming years,” general manager of football Steve Hocking said. “Tom's contract extension will see him remain a one-club player. We value his dedication and commitment to the club ...
Geelong re-sign star trioYahooXtra Blogs (blog)
Duncan among three Cats to sign new dealsAFL.com.au

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Herald Sun

Geelong Blueprint: The Cats' leadership is a tower of strength but scoring ...
Herald Sun
The Cats continue to amaze by winning 17 home-and-away games before exiting the finals disappointingly in straight sets. Geelong have won all six games decided by under 10 points this season on the back of quality leaders embracing clutch moments.
Cats coach Chris Scott says Mitch Clark a 'long way' from being a consistent forceThe Age

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The Age

Geelong Cats defender suffers kidney damage during pre-season training
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According to the Geelong Advertiser, the Cats are hopeful the 20-year-old will be released from hospital later this week after avoiding surgery. Thurlow, who has played 10 games for the club since making his debut in 2013, is one of Geelong's shining ...
Geelong's Jackson Thurlow in hospital with lacerated kidneyThe Age
Geelong star Jackson Thurlow hospitalised after training injuryThe Australian
Geelong Star Hurt In AFL Training AccidentTripleM Sydney
AFL.com.au
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Herald Sun

Geelong will allow player group to have say before targeting Adelaide star ...
Herald Sun
The Cats are the frontrunners if Dangerfield chooses to leave the Crows next year on a deal that would make him one of the best-paid players in the AFL. Dangerfield's parents were at Geelong's pre-match function in Round 1 this year and live only half ...

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Property Observer

Cats player Josh Caddy buys Port Melbourne home of Roos player Daniel Wells
Property Observer
The AFL North Melbourne Roos footballer Daniel Wells secured $1,005,000 for his 1880s Port Melbourne home turned investment property when it was bought by Geelong Cats player Josh Caddy. After the recent property handball, it remains an investment ...


The Age

Steve Johnson tips Mitch Clark to bolster Geelong forward line
The Age
Johnson said the 27-year-old added depth to the Cats' attack and his big body would allow him to help key forward Tom Hawkins. "I think he'll definitely add to our team. By the sounds of things, Mitch and Rhys [Stanley] are training there strongly at ...

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Cats post first operations loss in 15 years
AFL.com.au
GEELONG has announced its first operating loss in 15 years, but has been quick to identify major factors as contributing to the $251,207 loss. The Cats' home attendances across Simonds Stadium, the MCG and Etihad Stadium dropped from an average of ...


Herald Sun

Geelong list has improved, says Cats coach Chris Scott
Herald Sun
Scott says the arrival of Mitch Clark, Rhys Stanley and Sam Blease puts Geelong ahead after losing Christensen and Travis Varcoe in trade deals. Christensen was traded to Brisbane for pick 21 in the draft, which the Cats used to secure Stanley from St ...

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