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Key Facts

Full name
Alistair Lord

Known as
Alistair Lord

9 April 1940 (age 82)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 19y 30d
Last game: 26y 147d

Height and weight
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 85 kg

Senior clubs

Jumper numbers
Geelong: 4

Family links
Stewart Lord (Brother (Twin))Ollie Lord (Grandson)

Alistair Lord

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV

Pre 1965 stats are for selected matches only

AFL: 7,021st player to appear, 1,822nd most games played, 1,358th most goals kickedGeelong: 626th player to appear, 119th most games played, 98th most goals kicked

Geelong's 1962 Brownlow Medallist Alistair Lord was an effervescent, attacking centreman who was continually in the thick of the action. The Cats procured him from Cobden and he made his league debut in 1959, often alternating during the early phase of his career between a half forward flank and the pivot. During his Brownlow year he averaged 30 disposals a game and finished nine votes clear of his nearest rival. Not surprisingly, he won Geelong's best and fairest award the same year. Lord was in the centre when the Cats beat Hawthorn in the 1963 Grand Final, but his form after that became patchy as he seemed to lose his motivation. He retired in 1966 after 122 VFL games. He also represented the VFL on eight occasions.

Author - John Devaney


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* Behinds calculated from the 1965 season on.
+ Score at the end of extra time.