|Full name||Mitchell Robert Morton|
|Date of birth||28 January 1987|
|Place of birth||Western Australia|
|Draft||44th(Father-Son) overall, 2004
|Height/Weight||186cm / 86 kg|
|Position(s)||Half Forward/Full Forward|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2013 season.
At the end of the 2007 season, West Coast traded Morton to Richmond for the number 35 draft pick in the 2007 AFL Draft. Morton was prominent and vital member of the Tigers squad, winning the Michael Roach medal as the leading goal kicker for the club this season (2009) with 41 goals. Morton fell out of favour in 2011, only managing 9 games. He was subsequently traded to the Sydney Swans on 17 October 2011 for draft pick #79.
In his first year on the Swans' list, he played the vast majority of the year in the reserves side in the NEAFL. Despite kicking bags of goals on a regular basis, Morton was denied his debut in the seniors side until very late in the season. Halfway through the year he was told that in order to have any chance of winning a spot in the seniors side he had to improve specific parts of his game that had nothing to do with his goal kicking. Having improved sufficiently in those areas along with an injury to Ben McGlynn, Morton was able to secure a spot in the Sydney side for the finals. He kicked 2 goals in the Qualifying final against the Adelaide Crows and another 2 in the 2012 AFL Grand Final against the Hawthorn Hawks, justifying the gamble the Swans took on him.
At the end of the 2013 AFL Season, Morton announced his retirement following calf and hamstring complaints.
- Statistics are correct as end of round 22 season 2014
|†||Denotes seasons in which Morton won an AFL Premiership|
|Totals||Averages (per game)|
- Mitch Morton's profile on the official website of the Sydney Swans
- Mitch Morton's statistics from AFL Tables
- WAFL playing statistics