Chad Cornes

The cornerstone of Port Adelaide’s defence in its inaugural AFL premiership in 2004, Cornes played 239 AFL matches for the Power between 1999 and 2011.

A dual All-Australian, the passionate backman finished his AFL playing career by playing 16 matches with Greater Western Sydney, where is currently an assistant coach.

Inducted :2014
Era: 1991-

PLAYING RECORD:
• 43 games and 46 goals for Glenelg 1997 – 2011
• 239 games and 175 goals for Port Adelaide (AFL) 1999 – 2011
(26 pre-season games and 20 goals not included)
• 16 games and 4 goals for Greater Western Sydney 2012 – 2013
(3 pre-season games and 1 goal not included)

PREMIERSHIPS:
• Member of the Pre-season premiership team for Port Adelaide (AFL) 2001, 2002
• Member of the Premiership team for Port Adelaide (AFL) 2004

INTERNATIONAL MATCHES FOR AUSTRALIA:
• 1 game for Australia 2002

ACHIEVEMENTS:
• All Australian 2004, 2007
• Runner Up John Cahill Medal (Best and Fairest PAFC AFL) 2007
• AFL 200 Club 2006
• AFL Player Life Member 2006

COACHING RECORD:
• Assistant Coach for Greater Western Sydney AFL 2014 – ongoing

 

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