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4:46pm  May 5, 2015

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4:07pm  May 4, 2015

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Collingwood has continued its winning ways, this time away from the field, announcing the signings of Jamie Elliott and leading credit and funds management organisation La Trobe Financial.

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Jamie
Elliott

Height
178 cm
DOB
21-08-1992
Weight
79 kg
Debut
2012
Games
2015
7
Career
59
Goals
2015
11
Career
80
2015 AFL Fantasy Points
Total
544
Avg
78
JamieElliott

Player Bio

At A Glance

Junior Clubs: Euroa
Clubs: Collingwood (2012-2015)
Debut: Round 9 2012 v Adelaide
Recruited from: Murray U18
Brownlow Votes: 9

 

A small forward with incredible strength and speed, Elliott marks unbelievably well for his size. His style of play has seen comparisons drawn with Paul Medhurst and Stephen Milne, but it is through his tackling and defensive work in attack that he has impressed his coaches. In just over 50 games, Elliott has already enjoyed some big outings, none more memorable than his five goal haul against Carlton in 2013, although many may argue his Mark of the Year against Port Adelaide was even better. Having slotted a career-high 33 goals in 2014, Elliott still appears to have much improvement still left in him and is rightly considered one of Collingwood's most exciting young prospects.

Season By Season

Season By Season

Elliott’s career trajectory continues to track upwards following another terrific year inside Collingwood’s forward fifty.

His best football was eye-catching, a fact underlined in round three when he kicked five straight goals and took one of the Marks of the Year over Geelong’s Jimmy Bartel.

The life of a small forward has its trials, namely the propensity to drift in and out of games, but it’s a fate that rarely befalls Elliott whose work rate and hunger for the contest makes him one of Collingwood’s most reliable players.

His 33 goals ranked him behind only Travis Cloke as Collingwood’s leading goal kicker, and to kick just 11 behinds illustrates just how assured he is around the big sticks.

Elliott recorded at least one scoring shot in each of his 17 games and went goalless on only two occasions. As well as his five-goal haul against the Cats, he made his mark with two four-goal games in the space of three weeks against St Kilda and the Western Bulldogs and he slotted three on two other occasions.

Two hamstring injuries ate into his season as the campaign drew to a close, and he was sorely missed as the Magpies fought grimly to work their way into the final eight in the last three rounds.

Season By Season

A super season that transformed the Euroa youngster from a bit player into an integral cog in the Collingwood engine. His year started with an attempted screamer against Essendon in the NAB Cup before it all came together in front of 84,247 fans against Carlton in round two. The day started with the focus on the two senior coaches but finished squarely on the man in the No. 19 jumper. Elliott received three Brownlow votes for his five goals and 20 possessions, including two that sunk the old enemy in the tense final quarter. He had to cope with some extra attention from then on but he handled it well, bagging three against Hawthorn the following week and another three against Geelong in round eight. After a mild dip in form mid-season, Elliott finished off the year well, kicking three in successive weeks against Essendon and Sydney but had an interrupted lead in to the finals after sustaining a minor hamstring injury. In all, he kicked 30 goals in 20 games and went without a major on only six occasions. What’s more, he held two Mark of the Year contenders including the overall winner when he flew over three Port Adelaide opponents in round 14. A bright future beckons.

Season By Season

The tough small forward showed plenty in his first year as a Magpie in 2012. Played 15 games, including a run of 12 from round nine. Had a few standout performances - kicked three goals against Gold Coast in round 10 and laid 15 tackles against Fremantle in round 14 - but tired late in the season. Won the Harry Collier Trophy as the club’s best first-year player and will benefit from a big summer on the track.

Season By Season

Played as a top-age player for the Murray Bushrangers in the U18s. Kicked 10 goals in his five games for the Bushrangers and impressed with his forward pressure while playing for Vic Country in the U18 National Championships.

Was pre-listed by Greater Western Sydney and was traded to Collingwood along with Martin Clarke and draft selection No. 67 in exchange for pick No. 25. Travelled to Arizona as part of Collingwood’s high altitude training camp late in the year.

Played for the Murray Bushrangers in the TAC Cup 18s, and played two matches for Collingwood’s VFL team as a top-up player (against Box Hill and North Ballarat) in the middle of the season.

Stats

By the numbers

  • 2015 Season Average
    Games Played 7
    • Kicks 9.6
    • Handballs 3.9
    • Disposals 13.4
    • Marks 6.3
    • Hit-Outs 0.1
    • Tackles 3.7
    • Goals 1.6
    • AFL Fantasy 77.7

2015 Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 12 Adelaide Crows Rd 2
Handballs 7 St Kilda Rd 3
Disposals 16 Brisbane Lions Rd 1
Marks 8 Geelong Cats Rd 6
Hit-outs 1 St Kilda Rd 3
Tackles 6 Essendon Rd 4
Goals 4 St Kilda Rd 3
AFL Fantasy 96 Brisbane Lions Rd 1

2015 Season Breakdown

Rd Opponent Result K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF
1 Brisbane Lions W 74 - 86 11 5 16 8 0 1 1 6 1 1 96
2 Adelaide Crows L 63 - 90 12 2 14 5 0 1 2 6 0 0 74
3 St Kilda W 140 - 66 8 7 15 7 1 1 2 2 4 0 87
4 Essendon W 49 - 69 9 3 12 6 0 0 2 6 2 0 81
5 Carlton W 45 - 120 11 2 13 5 0 0 0 1 2 3 71
6 Geelong Cats L 59 - 100 11 3 14 8 0 1 1 3 0 1 74
7 Richmond L 105 - 100 5 5 10 5 0 0 0 2 2 1 61
8 Gold Coast Suns - - - - - - - - - - -
9 North Melbourne - - - - - - - - - - -
10 Melbourne - - - - - - - - - - -
11 GWS Giants - - - - - - - - - - -
13 Fremantle - - - - - - - - - - -
14 Hawthorn - - - - - - - - - - -
15 Port Adelaide - - - - - - - - - - -
16 West Coast Eagles - - - - - - - - - - -
17 Western Bulldogs - - - - - - - - - - -
18 Melbourne - - - - - - - - - - -
19 Carlton - - - - - - - - - - -
20 Sydney Swans - - - - - - - - - - -
21 Richmond - - - - - - - - - - -
22 Geelong Cats - - - - - - - - - - -
23 Essendon - - - - - - - - - - -
TOTAL W: 4 - L: 3 67 27 94 44 1 4 8 26 11 6 544

By the numbers

  • Career Average
    Games Played 59
    • Kicks 8.6
    • Handballs 4.2
    • Disposals 12.8
    • Marks 4.9
    • Hit-Outs 0.0
    • Tackles 3.5
    • Goals 1.4
    • AFL Fantasy 70.6

Career Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 17 Essendon Rd 6, 2014
Handballs 10 Carlton Rd 15, 2013
Disposals 24 North Melbourne Rd 5, 2014
Marks 11 Carlton Rd 7, 2014
Hit-outs 1 St Kilda Rd 3, 2015
Tackles 15 Fremantle Rd 14, 2012
Goals 5 Geelong Cats Rd 3, 2014
AFL Fantasy 125 Carlton Rd 2, 2013

Career Breakdown

Season Club K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF
2015 Collingwood 67 27 94 44 1 4 8 26 11 6 544
2014 Collingwood 190 66 256 101 1 13 14 60 33 11 1426
2013 Collingwood 152 99 251 90 0 14 10 58 30 16 1336
2012 Collingwood 99 55 154 57 0 5 4 62 6 11 866

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: 52 games, 69 goals

VFL: 6 games, 7 goals

Pre-Season Competition: 9 games, 3 goals

Milestones

AFL Debut: Adelaide v Collingwood, Round 9 2012 at AAMI Stadium

Collingwood VFL Debut: Box Hill v Collingwood, Round 10 2010 at Box Hill City Oval

50 AFL Games: Collingwood v Adelaide, Round 18 2014 at the MCG

Draft History

Pre-listed by Greater Western Sydney ahead of the 2011 trade period. Traded by Greater Western Sydney to Collingwood in exchange for selection No. 25 (Sebastian Ross).

Awards

AFL Awards

AFL Mark of the Year 2013
Port Adelaide v Collingwood, Round 14

Club Awards

Harry Collier Trophy (Best First Year Player)
2012