Col Hutchinson

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Colin "Col" Hutchinson is a veteran statistician, most notably in the Victorian/Australian Football League in the sport of Australian rules football. He was the AFL's official historian from the 1990s[1] until around 2005.

A part of the AFLPA, Hutchinson provides interesting statistics on football to newspapers and media outlets.

He is the author of several books including a history of the Geelong Football Club (Cats' tales : the Geelong Football Club, 1897–1983)[2] and The AFL footy quiz book.[3]

The last time Hutchinson missed seeing a live Geelong Football Club game was in 1963, over 1,100 games ago.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sporting Life – Sport – www.theage.com.au
  2. ^ Cats' tales : the Geelong Football Club, 1897–1983. Geelong Advertiser, 1984
  3. ^ Col Hutchinson (2002). The AFL Footy Quiz Book. Penguin Group Australia. ISBN 978-0-14-300036-5. 
  4. ^ 1100 games and counting