Anthony Corrie

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Anthony Corrie
Personal information
Full name Anthony Corrie
Date of birth (1984-06-22) 22 June 1984 (age 32)
Place of birth Darwin, Northern Territory
Original team(s) Nightcliff
Draft 44th overall, 2002 AFL Draft
4th overall, 2007 Rookie Draft
Height / weight 186 cm / 80 kg
Position(s) Midfielder
Playing career1
Years Club Games (Goals)
2004–2008 Brisbane Lions 53 (48)
2009–2010 Collingwood 3 (2)
Total 56 (50)
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 2010.
Career highlights

All-Australian U18 2002
Harrison Medal 2002
NAB AFL Rising Star nominee 2005

Sources: AFL Tables,

Anthony Corrie (born in Darwin,[1] 22 June 1984) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who had a 56-game Australian Football League (AFL) career.

Regarded as of the most talented under 18s in the country, he was named All-Australian and won the Harrison Medal at the Under 18 National Championships 2002, attracting the attention of AFL talent scouts. The Brisbane Lions recruited him in the 2002 AFL Draft from the Southern Districts Football Club. In 2004 he made his AFL debut with the Brisbane Lions against West Coast. Of indigenous heritage, he began playing junior football with the Nightcliff Football Club in the Northern Territory and represented the Northern Territory Thunder side.[2]

Corrie suffered a setback when he broke his jaw in round 12 in a collision with Essendon Football Club's Dustin Fletcher. A finger injury once again proved to be a setback to his career. In 2006, after a couple of in-form games, Corrie ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament on a fall against Fremantle, ending his season.

He was delisted at the end of 2006, but was redrafted by the Lions with their first selection in the 2006 Rookie Draft.

At the end of the 2008 season, Corrie was traded to Collingwood in return for pick 93.[3] He played 3 games for Collingwood in the next 2 seasons before being delisted at the end of the 2010 AFL season.

Since 2014 Corrie has been the playing coach of the Kenmore Australian Football Club in the QFA South league.[4]


  1. ^ "Corrie to mentor young players". The Satellite. 30 January 2012. 
  2. ^ "Anthony Corrie". Deadly Vibe (98). April 2005. 
  3. ^ "Pies get Lion Corrie for pick No.93". Archived from the original on 10 October 2009. 
  4. ^ O’Neill, Brent (13 July 2016). "Former Brisbane Lions star Anthony Corrie hoping to attract indigenous talent to Kenmore Bears". Quest Newspapers. 

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