List of first kick/first goal kickers in the Australian Football League

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The following is a list of Australian rules footballers who kicked a goal with their first kick in the Australian Football League.

Multiple goal scorers[edit]

Six goals from first six kicks[edit]

Four goals from first four kicks[edit]

Three goals from first three kicks[edit]

Two goals from first two kicks[edit]

Goal from first kick[edit]

Player Team Debut Date Notes
Nathan Ablett Geelong Round 20, 2005
Matthew Bate Melbourne Round 5, 2006
Claye Beams Brisbane Lions Round 1, 2011[2]
Peter Bell Fremantle Round 1, 1995[2]
Simon Beaumont Carlton Round 10, 1995[2]
Greg Bentley Port Adelaide Round 19, 2006
Dean Brogan Port Adelaide Round 9, 2001[2]
Mitchell Brown Geelong Round 14, 2011
Cameron Bruce Melbourne Round 1, 2000
Dylan Buckley Carlton Round 3, 2013[4]
Jake Carlisle Essendon Round 20, 2010
Mitch Clark Brisbane Lions Round 1, 2006
John Coleman Essendon Round 1, 1949[2]
Rhys Cooyou Greater Western Sydney Round 22, 2012
Trent Cotchin Richmond Round 8, 2008
Bob Crowe Carlton Round 17, 1954[5]
Patrick Dangerfield Adelaide Round 20, 2008
Majak Daw North Melbourne Round 4, 2013
Chris Dawes Collingwood Round 19, 2008
Fabian Deluca Melbourne Round 8, 2006 Third game, kickless in first two
Alan Didak Collingwood Round 7, 2001[2]
Paul Dooley Western Bulldogs Round 1, 1998
Peter Everitt St Kilda Round 1, 1993[2]
Jeff Farmer Melbourne Round 6, 1995[2]
Alex Fasolo Collingwood Round 12, 2011[6]
Aaron Fiora Richmond Round 7, 2000[2]
Jeff Garlett Carlton Round 1, 2009
Brent Macaffer Collingwood Round 5, 2009
Daniel Giansiracusa Western Bulldogs Round 11, 2001[2]
Bryce Gibbs Carlton Round 1, 2007
Shannon Grant Sydney Round 1, 1995[2]
Ryan Griffen Western Bulldogs Round 4, 2005
Daryl Griffiths St Kilda Round 9, 1963
Sam Grimley Hawthorn Round 9, 2013
Leigh Harding North Melbourne Round 17, 2001[2]
Kyle Hardingham Essendon Round 17, 2010
Tom Hafey Richmond Round 6, 1953[2]
Tom Harley Port Adelaide Round 14, 1998[2]
Tim Hazell Hawthorn Round 14, 2001
Mark Harvey Essendon Round 4, 1984[2]
Des Headland Brisbane Lions Round 13, 1999[2]
Mark Hepburn North Melbourne Round 18, 1987
Cameron Hitchcock Port Adelaide Round 1, 2010
Mitch Honeychurch Western Bulldogs Round 15, 2014
Bachar Houli Essendon Round 7, 2007
Sam Hunt Essendon Round 20, 2002[2]
Shannon Hurn West Coast Round 5, 2006
Kristian Jaksch Greater Western Sydney Round 22, 2013
Shane Kersten Geelong Round 14, 2014
Jack Kirby Essendon Round 11, 1911[2]
Matthew Kreuzer Carlton Round 3, 2008
Matthew Lloyd Essendon Round 14, 1995[2]
Scott Lycett West Coast Round 19, 2011
Ben Lennon Richmond Round 9, 2014
Rory Lobb Greater Western Sydney Round 12, 2014
Luke Lowden Hawthorn Round 12, 2014[7]
Quentin Lynch West Coast Round 12, 2002[2]
Tim McIntyre Adelaide Round 15, 2012
Brock McLean Melbourne Round 11, 2004
Luke McPharlin Hawthorn Round 5, 2000[2]
Jeff 'Torch' McGee South Melbourne Round 7, 1967
Nick Malceski Sydney Round 11, 2005
Marcus Marigliani Essendon Round 21, 2010
Brodie Martin Adelaide Round 16, 2009
Leigh Matthews Hawthorn Round 16, 1969
Paul Medhurst Fremantle Round 1, 2002[2]
Luke Mitchell Carlton Round 23, 2012
Jay Neagle Essendon Round 22, 2007
Setanta Ó hAilpín Carlton Round 7, 2005
Nick O'Brien Essendon Round 22, 2012
Tim O'Brien Hawthorn Round 1, 2014
Brett O'Farrell Sydney Round 13, 1998
Michael O'Loughlin Sydney Round 5, 1995[2]
Michael Osborne Hawthorn Round 21, 2001
Joel Patfull Brisbane Round 8, 2006
Scott Pendlebury Collingwood Round 10, 2006
Rino Pretto Fitzroy Round 19, 1978[8] His only kick in his VFL career
Later kicked 1,070 goals in the V.F.A.
Tim Rieniets Carlton Round 6, 1990[2]
Michael Rix St Kilda Round 11, 2006
Jordan Roughead Western Bulldogs Round 5, 2010
Steven Salopek Port Adelaide Round 1, 2003[2]
Luke Shuey West Coast Round 1, 2010
Casey Sibosado Fremantle Round 24, 2011
Henry Slattery Essendon Round 13, 2005
Andrew Strijk West Coast Round 13, 2010
Kane Tenace Geelong Round 2, 2004[2]
Matt Thomas Port Adelaide Round 14, 2006
Travis Varcoe Geelong Round 2, 2007
Taylor Walker Adelaide Round 1, 2009
Robert Walls Carlton Round 2, 1967[2]
Justin Westhoff Port Adelaide Round 10, 2007
Jeff White Fremantle Round 3, 1995[2]
Ted Whitten Western Bulldogs Round 1, 1951[2]
Mark Williams Hawthorn Round 3, 2002[2] Second match, kickless in first
Callum Wilson West Coast Round 18, 2009

References[edit]

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  7. ^ Battle of the feathers no contest as Hawks cruise past Eagles
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