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Adrian Hickmott (born 30 March 1972) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Carlton and Geelong in the AFL.
Hickmott was a utility player who had a tough style of play. He was usually used up forward but was also seen across half back.
He started his career with Geelong in 1992 and played in the 1995 Grand Final loss to Carlton. It turned out to be his final game for the club and he was traded to the side that won the Grand Final, Carlton.
With 22 games in his debut season at Carlton he won their award for best first year player, adding 17 more games the following year. Due to a knee injury he missed all of the 1998 season and in 1999 he played in another Grand Final, this time losing to North Melbourne.
In 2000 he kicked a career high of 27 goals for the year. The next season saw him gather 10 Brownlow Medal votes, the equal most by a Carlton player that season. For the next two years he was vice captain of the club and at the end of 2003 he was forced to retire after suffering a groin injury.
Hickmott was a development coach at the Essendon Football Club and currently has that role at the West Coast Eagles.