Rod Keogh

Image DOB: 25 March 1971

Debut: Round 11, 1990 against Carlton at MCG
Last MFC Game: Round 23, 1992 against St. Kilda at MCG

From: Castlemaine, Selection #27, 1988 National Draft

Number: 31 (1990-1992)

Gardiner Medal - 1990, 1993
Reserves Best and Fairest - 1993
Best First Year Player - 1990
Reserves Premiership player - 1993

Games: 22 (82 total)
Goals: 8 (29 total)
Career Statistics

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The midfielder/forward didn't play a senior game in his first season, not making it past Night Series matches after battling stress fractures. He debuted with four games in 1990, winning Melbourne's Reserves best and fairest and the competition-wide Gardiner Medal. He played a further five games in 1991.

Keogh's best season was 1992, playing 13 games for four Brownlow Medal votes. Despite this, he failed to play a senior game in 1992. That year he took home his second Gardiner Medal, then transferred to St Kilda for 1994.

Keogh spent five years with the Saints, playing in their losing 1997 Grand Final team. In addition to 82 senior games across two clubs, he played in the Reserves over 100 times.

A knee injury forced Keogh's AFL retirement in 1998. He played with Hampton Park in 1999 and captain/coached Devon Meadows in 2000 and 2001, before taking up a player/coach role with North Launceston from 2002 to 2006. He coached Castlemaine in 2012 and 2013.

His uncle Trevor Keogh played 208 games for Carlton.

1990 440
1991 510
1992 1334
Tribunal Record
Round 10, 1992 Striking 2 matches

Family at other clubs
St Kilda

Also suspended for two matches during a 1991 Reserves game. (Age 26/05/1992)

Canberra Times - 26/05/1992
Age 19/10/1993

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