Charlie Gardiner (footballer)


Charlie Gardiner (footballer)
Charlie Gardiner
Personal information
Birth 1 March 1983 (1983-03-01) (age 28), Victoria Australia
Recruited from Geelong Grammar School, Sandringham U18
Height and weight 190cm / 91kg
Playing career¹
Debut Round 11, 2002, Geelong Football Club v.
Carlton Football Club, at Docklands Stadium
Team(s)

St. Kilda Football Club (2008)
11 games, 7 goals

Geelong Football Club (2002-2007)

51 games, 25 goals

¹ Statistics to end of Round 20, 2008 season
Career highlights
  • St. Kilda AFL NAB Cup Winning side 2008 [1][2]
  • Geelong Pre-season Cup Winning side 2006
  • Geelong VFL Premiership 2007, 2002
  • Sandringham Zebras runner up best & fairest 2001
  • Tac Cup Team of the Year 2001
  • TAC Cup All-Australian Team Under 18 2001
  • Victoria Metro under 18 2001

Charles "Charlie" Gardiner (born 1 March 1983)[3] is a former Australian rules footballer for Geelong and St Kilda in the Australian Football League.

Career

Gardiner was recruited from the Sandringham Zebras and was pick no. 23 by Geelong in the 2001 National Draft draft.

Gardiner was in the TAC Cup Team of the Year and Under-18 All-Australian Team in 2001. Gardiner was also runners up in Sandringham's best & fairest and Under-18 Victoria Metro representative in 2001. In 2002 Gardiner debuted for Geelong's senior side later the same year.

Gardiner was traded to St Kilda Football Club during the 2007 trade week, along with fellow Cat's player Steven King for St Kilda's draft selection 90. He had an indifferent year, playing 12 games, including the qualifying final against old club Geelong, and kicking 9 goals but in the end it was not enough to retain his spot on the Saints' list and he was delisted at the end of the season. He has since returned to amateur football in the VAFA.

Statistics

Statistics are correct to end of 2008 season
Season Team No. Games Goals Behinds Kicks Marks Handballs Disposals
2002 Geelong 16 3 1 1 7 2 7 14
2003 Geelong 16 8 4 3 28 20 15 43
2004 Geelong 16 19 10 11 122 78 62 184
2005 Geelong 16 14 5 6 91 74 66 157
2006 Geelong 16 5 4 2 45 25 30 75
2007 Geelong 16 2 1 1 16 15 15 31
2008 St.Kilda 28 12 9 3 87 62 53 140
Totals 63 34 27 395 276 248 643

References

  1. ^ "St Kilda wins NAB cup". The Age. March 8, 2008. http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/st-kilda-wins-nab-cup-by-five-points/2008/03/08/1204780132457.html?s_cid=rss_news. Retrieved 2009-11-07. 
  2. ^ "Saints are NAB Cup Champions in 2008". Jeld-Wen. 8 March 2008. http://www.jeld-wen.com.au/pr/St-Kilda-2008/20080308.php. Retrieved 2009-11-07. 
  3. ^ Player Profile - Official AFL Website of the Geelong Football Club

Player Profile: Official AFL Website of the St Kilda Football Club


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