Most Goals in a career

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Todman

Norm Smith Medallist
Aug 7, 2004
6,828
5,330
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Marc Geppert has announced his retirement from Australian Rules to concentrate on his new job as the regional manager of AFL Southern NSW so he won't have a conflict of interest with any clubs he has played for.
He retires as a seven - time premiership player, having kicked a career total of goals was 1287 from 261 games at Ganmain -Grong Grong - Matong, Collingullie - Glenfield Park (last club) and East Wagga - Kooringal. From 2006 to 2019 he represented the league for all but one season he played in. He also represented NSW in 2008 and 2012.
Highlights courtesy of https://www.dailyadvertiser.com.au/...eppert-shocks-demons-with-retirement/?cs=9624 written by great mate and Riverina Football Netball League writer Matt Malone


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Marc Geppert – 2006 – xxx - Ganmain GGM – Riverina FL
Marc Geppert – 2007 – xxx - Ganmain GGM – Riverina FL
Marc Geppert – 2008 - 099 – Collingullie Ashmont Kapooka – Farrer FL
Marc Geppert – 2009 - 102 – Collingullie Ashmont Kapooka – Farrer FL
Marc Geppert – 2010 – 105 – Collingullie Ashmont Kapooka – Farrer FL
Marc Geppert – 2011 – 074 - Collingullie Ashmont Kapooka – Riverina FL
Marc Geppert – 2012 – 098 - Collingullie Ashmont Kapooka – Riverina FL
Marc Geppert – 2013 – 111 - Collingullie Ashmont Kapooka – Riverina FL
Marc Geppert – 2014 – 095 – East Wagga Kooringal – Farrer FL
Marc Geppert – 2015 – 121 – East Wagga Kooringal – Farrer FL
Marc Geppert – 2016 – 070 – East Wagga Kooringal – Farrer FL
Marc Geppert – 2017 – 092 - Collingullie Glenfield Park – Riverina FL
Marc Geppert – 2018 – 063 - Collingullie Glenfield Park – Riverina FL
Marc Geppert – 2019 – 040 - Collingullie Glenfield Park – Riverina FL
 

gregcollins

Draftee
Jan 3, 2015
5
1
Wagga Wagga
AFL Club
Collingwood
I'll check the files and game day record for his Ganmain Grong Grong Matong history

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I have made it easy for you to look it up if you would like to check out some game day records from those years and the available at the moment but you need to also count 2005 season with Ganmain Grong Grong Matong too as that was his first year with them.
So the link is https://www.nswfootballhistory.com.au/Tabularium2020/Items_view.php which contains records from 1983 to 2009 with four in the next decade with the earliest ones being from 1960 to 1967 of the Farrer Football League

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