|Date of birth||30 August 1988|
|Original team(s)||Subiaco (WAFL)|
|Draft||55th overall, 2009
|Height / weight||181cm / 75 kg|
|2013–2014||St Kilda||10 (9)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 2014.
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
2010-12: Career with Sydney
Dennis-Lane was drafted to Sydney with the 55th selection in the 2009 AFL Draft. He had previously been playing with Subiaco Football Club in the West Australian Football League and trained with Fremantle in the leadup to the draft.
Dennis-Lane is a quality medium forward who can play as both a crumbing small forward and in a lead-up role. Quick and evasive with great goal sense. In 2009, he kicked 66 goals in WAFL including four in the grand final.
Dennis-Lane, often referred to as TDL by Swans' fans, made his debut against Richmond at the MCG, kicking one goal. Having returned to the side after being dropped, Dennis-Lane showed some very impressive form towards the end of the year. He kicked 4 goals against the Western Bulldogs at the SCG and then another 4 goals against Carlton in the Elimination Final at ANZ Stadium. His chase and tackle on Dennis Armfield in the final quarter in the lead up to his 4th goal was one of the highlights of the year and sealed victory for the Swans.
2013-present: Career with St Kilda
On 26 October 2012, Dennis-Lane was traded to St Kilda. Now plays for the Sandringham Zebras and is sponsored by Two Locals in Black Rock.
Dennis-Lane is of Burmese descent, with his father moving to Australia at age 13. 
- WAFL Online statistics
- Dennis-Lane's tale is one for the true believers
- Freo fires opening salvo in recruiting tug-of-war
- South Fremantle defeats Subiaco in 2009 WAFL Grand Final
- Trent Dennis-Lane's profile on the official website of the St Kilda Football Club
- Trent Dennis-Lane's statistics from AFL Tables
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