Brent Tuckey

Brent Tuckey

Infobox afl player

firstname = Brent
lastname = Tuckey

| birthdate = Birth date and age|1979|8|27|df=y
birthplace = Victoria
originalteam = Stawell/Ballarat U18
dead = alive
deathdate =
deathplace =
debutdate = 25 July 1998
debutteam = Collingwood
debutopponent = West Coast Eagles
debutstadium = Victoria Park
playingteams = Collingwood (1998-2001)

19 games, 8 goals

West Coast Eagles (2002)

3 games, 1 goal
coach = notcoach
coachingteams =
statsend = 2002
careerhighlights =

Brent Tuckey (born 27 August 1979) was an Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League.

Tuckey was drafted to the Collingwood Football Club in the 1996 National Draft as a 17-year old, with pick.19, and there was plenty of expectations for the tall lad from Stawell. He had looked the goods in his first season at the club, but was unable to break into the line up late in the year. In 1998 he made his debut, and played 3 games for the year, but wasn't too impressive. In 1999 he was to have yet another disappointing year in the seniors, managing only 7 games, and his potential and high-flying was the only thing keeping him at the club. He played 8 games in 2000 and kicked 6 goals, used as a centre half-forward.

In 2001 Tuckey would continue his inconsistency and lack of form in the reserves, and manage only one game for the year before being delisted. The West Coast Eagles would draft him as a rookie and Tuckey would play 3 games, including the round 2 clash against his former club. His service was no longer required at the Eagles, and wouldn't be retained.

During his time with the Eagles he played many games for East Perth in the WAFL when not required. He played in their 2002 premiership side and joined them for the 2003 season after being delisted from the AFL. In total he played 34 games for the club.

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