|Full name||Leigh Colbert|
|Date of birth||7 June 1975|
|Original team||South Bendigo|
|Draft||18th overall, 1992
|Height/Weight||192 cm / 91 kg|
|Position(s)||Half-back / Fullback|
|1993 – 1999
2000 – 2005
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2005 season.
He was awarded Geelong's captaincy in 1999, but did not play a game that season due to injury. The falling out between the club and Colbert caused great controversy. He was traded for Cameron Mooney and draft picks that yielded, amongst others, four time All Australian and two time Best and Fairest winner Corey Enright. Mooney retired a dual premiership player with the Cats while Enright is a three time premiership player.
In 2004 Colbert was appointed the Kangaroos delegate for the AFL Players Association (AFLPA). In 2005, Colbert announced his retirement.
In 2006 he joined the West Coast Eagles as one of their back-room staff. It was on a part-time basis, based in Melbourne.
Currently he is a boundary rider for Fox Sports. He also does post-match interviews and one-on-one interviews for Fox Sports AFL. Post-match interviews in the rooms include Ablett brothers. One-on-one interviews include Adam Simpson on his 250th game for the Kangaroos.
As of 2009, he is now a flying instructor at Moorabbin Flight Services in Moorabbin, Vic. He is also a pilot for an air freight service at Moorabbin airport.
- Leigh Colbert's statistics from AFL Tables
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