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Moore named in 22Under22

Collingwood young gun Darcy Moore’s progress has been recognised with selection in the AFL Players’ Association’s initial 22Under22 40-man squad.

10:07am  Aug 23, 2017

Courageous win comes at a cost

Nathan Buckley has provided an update on the fitness of both Darcy Moore and Travis Varcoe after both suffered injuries in Collingwood's victory over West Coast.

8:00pm  Jul 23, 2017

Is Darcy still growing?

Darcy Moore has discussed his role in the Collingwood team, and unexpected growth spurts at the age of 21.

10:00am  Jul 20, 2017

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Moore's game-ending clash

4:52pm  Jul 23, 2017

JLT: Moore makes Tigers pay

2:58pm  Mar 11, 2017

Darcy Moore injures hamstring

9:47pm  Aug 20, 2016

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Darcy
Moore

Height
201 cm
DOB
25-01-1996
Weight
98 kg
Debut
2015
Games
2017
21
Career
47
Goals
2017
25
Career
58
2017 AFL Fantasy Points
Total
1304
Avg
62
DarcyMoore

Player Bio

At A Glance

Junior Clubs: Key Comets/Carey Grammar
Clubs: Collingwood (2015-2017)
Debut: Round 17 2015 v Western Bulldogs
Recruited From: Oakleigh U18
Brownlow Votes: 0

2017 Player Sponsors

- Jane, Ally & Nikki Luxford
- Susan Bell

The son of Collingwood great Peter arrived at the Magpies in 2015 after a superb year for the Oakleigh Chargers in the TAC Cup and Vic Metro in the National Under-18 Championships. Boasting excellent size (200cm), Moore showed potential at both ends of the ground in his debut year but cemented himself as a key forward of the future the following year. He kicked 24 goals in 2016, assuming the mantle of the club's go-to forward in the process. With Travis Cloke moving to the Whitten Oval, Moore's importance will only increase in the years to come.

Season By Season

Season By Season

Many believed Moore would one day succeed Travis Cloke as the club’s prime mover in attack, but few would have imagined it would take place as soon as 2016. But Cloke’s fluctuating form and Moore’s incredible maturity meant he assumed the mantle early in his second season. He finished the year with 24 goals, including three hauls of three, and by the tail end of the year had begun to command greater attention from opposition defenders.

His work against the Eagles in round 19 was particularly noteworthy, kicking three goals from six first half marks before sitting out the match with a hamstring complaint. He still earned a Rising Star nomination for his troubles, but would sit out two matches due to the injury before his year was out.

Season By Season

Anticipation is a dangerous thing, and Darcy Moore had truckloads of it surrounding his every move in 2015. Rarely has an 18-year-old draftee landed at Collingwood with more hype than the versatile 199cm swingman.

All the attention meant that there were plenty of eyes watching at Windy Hill when Moore clutched at his hamstring on the wing in just his second game in Collingwood colours. The injury kept him out of action for the best part of six weeks, but refused to define the father-son’s season. He returned to the VFL on a wet Saturday afternoon at Casey Fields and completed four games of varying intensity before finally realising his AFL dream in July.

Moore immediately gave the football world a sample of what he can produce at both ends of the ground. He played his debut as a forward before shifting to defence in Collingwood’s round 15 clash with Port Adelaide. However it was a return to the forward-line in his third game that Moore burst into stardom. With Travis Cloke missing with injury, Moore demanded attention with an impressive five goal performance. As the Magpies fell behind the Western Bulldogs, he kicked Collingwood’s only two goals in the third quarter, before adding his fourth in the final term.

With six games remaining in the season, Moore would again show glimpses of what he will offer the Magpies in years to come. Against Sydney in round 20 he was unlucky to miss out on a NAB Rising Star nomination after a game which consisted of 15 disposals, seven marks and a goal.

With just nine games under his belt in his debut year, the Rising Star is an award which Moore will not only be eligible for next year, he will more than likely be a frontrunner.    

Season By Season

Anticipation can be a dangerous thing, and Moore had truckloads of it surrounding his every move in 2015. Rarely has an 18-year-old draftee landed at Collingwood with more hype than the versatile 199cm swingman.

All the attention meant that there were plenty of eyes watching at Windy Hill when Moore clutched at his hamstring on the wing in just his second game in Collingwood colours.

The injury kept him out of action for the best part of six weeks, but refused to define the father-son’s season.

He returned to the VFL on a wet Saturday afternoon at Casey Fields and completed four games of varying intensity before finally realising his AFL dream in July.

Moore immediately gave the football world a sample of what he can produce at both ends of the ground. He played his debut as a forward before shifting to defence in Collingwood’s round 15 clash with Port Adelaide, though it was a return to the forward line in his third game that saw Moore burst into stardom.

With Travis Cloke missing with injury, Moore demanded attention with an impressive five goal performance. As the Magpies fell behind the Western Bulldogs, he kicked Collingwood’s only two goals in the third quarter, before adding his fourth in the final term.

With six games remaining in the season, Moore would again show glimpses of what he will offer the Magpies in years to come.

Against Sydney in round 20 he was unlucky to miss out on an AFL Rising Star nomination after a game which consisted of 15 disposals, seven marks and a goal.

With just nine games under his belt in his debut year, the Rising Star is an award that Moore will not only be eligible for in 2016, but he will more than likely be a frontrunner when the experts cast their votes at season's end.

Season By Season

The son of Collingwood great and two-time Brownlow Medallist Peter Moore, Darcy could be developed at either end of the ground having excelled as a tall forward and key defender in 2014. Boasting excellent closing speed, a natural leap, strong marking ability over his head and smarts around goal, Moore stands at an imposing 199cm. He captained Oakleigh to a premiership over the Calder Cannons in the 2014 TAC Cup Grand Final and represented Vic Metro during the National U18 Championships. Moore has already enjoyed a taste of senior football, having made his VFL debut as Collingwood's 23rd man against Essendon late in the 2014 season.

Stats

By the numbers

  • 2017 Season Average
    Games Played 21
    • Kicks 7.2
    • Handballs 3.2
    • Disposals 10.5
    • Marks 6.0
    • Hit-Outs 3.0
    • Tackles 1.9
    • Goals 1.2
    • AFL Fantasy 62.1

2017 Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 14 Adelaide Crows Rd 19
Handballs 7 Geelong Cats Rd 22
Disposals 17 Geelong Cats Rd 22
Marks 10 Melbourne Rd 23
Hit-outs 9 Port Adelaide Rd 21
Tackles 5 Gold Coast Suns Rd 17
Goals 3 Port Adelaide Rd 14
AFL Fantasy 97 Brisbane Lions Rd 10

2017 Season Breakdown

Rd Opponent Result K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF
1 Western Bulldogs L 86 - 100 7 3 10 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 41
2 Richmond L 99 - 80 8 0 8 7 0 0 2 0 1 1 46
3 Sydney Swans W 79 - 80 5 5 10 4 0 0 2 2 0 0 39
4 St Kilda L 55 - 69 5 1 6 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 31
5 Essendon L 100 - 82 5 3 8 5 0 0 0 1 2 0 52
6 Geelong Cats W 78 - 107 10 7 17 9 0 0 0 1 2 2 89
7 Carlton L 56 - 79 4 2 6 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 31
8 GWS Giants L 102 - 99 10 3 13 9 5 0 1 2 0 2 75
9 Hawthorn W 90 - 72 4 7 11 5 4 1 0 3 2 1 71
10 Brisbane Lions W 129 - 84 11 2 13 10 5 0 1 2 3 2 97
11 Fremantle W 85 - 105 11 1 12 9 3 2 1 3 2 2 90
12 Melbourne L 104 - 100 4 3 7 4 9 0 3 4 2 0 58
14 Port Adelaide L 62 - 93 6 3 9 3 4 0 2 3 3 0 61
15 Hawthorn L 118 - 94 6 2 8 4 6 0 1 3 1 1 56
16 Essendon L 80 - 117 - - - - - - - - - - -
17 Gold Coast Suns W 88 - 103 6 3 9 4 5 2 3 5 2 0 66
18 West Coast Eagles W 93 - 85 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 14
19 Adelaide Crows D 103 - 103 14 0 14 8 7 2 0 3 1 2 95
20 North Melbourne W 57 - 111 10 5 15 8 1 2 0 1 1 3 80
21 Port Adelaide L 98 - 71 5 4 9 4 9 0 2 0 1 0 44
22 Geelong Cats L 59 - 70 10 7 17 8 6 1 1 3 1 1 91
23 Melbourne W 99 - 83 9 6 15 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 77
TOTAL W: 9 - L: 12 - D: 1 152 68 220 125 64 10 22 40 25 19 1304

By the numbers

  • Career Average
    Games Played 47
    • Kicks 6.3
    • Handballs 3.4
    • Disposals 9.7
    • Marks 4.9
    • Hit-Outs 2.0
    • Tackles 1.8
    • Goals 1.2
    • AFL Fantasy 55.9

Career Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 14 Adelaide Crows Rd 19, 2017
Handballs 8 Richmond Rd 21, 2015
Disposals 17 Geelong Cats Rd 22, 2017
Marks 10 Melbourne Rd 23, 2017
Hit-outs 9 Port Adelaide Rd 21, 2017
Tackles 6 Melbourne Rd 4, 2016
Goals 5 Western Bulldogs Rd 17, 2015
AFL Fantasy 97 Brisbane Lions Rd 10, 2017

Career Breakdown

Season Club K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF
2017 Collingwood 152 68 220 125 64 10 22 40 25 19 1304
2016 Collingwood 95 59 154 77 6 17 14 29 24 14 889
2015 Collingwood 49 32 81 29 23 10 6 16 9 3 434

Legend

K
Kicks
H
Handballs
D
Disposals
M
Marks
HO
Hit-outs
FF
Frees For
FA
Frees Against
T
Tackles
G
Goals
B
Behinds
AF
AFL Fantasy points

Milestones

Career

AFL: 26 games, 33 goals

VFL: 7 games, 5 goals

Pre-Season Competition: 2 games, 4 goals

Milestones

VFL Debut: North Ballarat v Collingwood, Round 1 2015 at Eureka Stadium

AFL Debut: Collingwood v Hawthorn, Round 14 2015 at the MCG

Draft History

Nominated by Collingwood as a father-son selection on 6 October 2014

Selected at No. 9 in the 2014 National Draft (father-son selection)

Awards

AFL Awards

AFL Rising Star Nomination
Round 19 2016 v West Coast

Other Awards

U18 TAC Cup Premiership (Oakleigh Chargers)
2014

All-Australian (Under 18) Team

2014