Clint Bizzell

Image DOB: 28 June 1976

MFC Debut: Round 1, 2002 against Hawthorn at MCG
Last Game: Round 22, 2007 against Carlton at MCG

From: Kedron Grange/Geelong, multi-player trade 2001

Number: 3 (2002-2007)

Australian International Rules player - 2003

Games: 88 (163 total)
Goals: 7 (79 total)
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %

Selected by Geelong with pick #74 in the 1995 National Draft, Bizzell had been overlooked by the Brisbane Bears, who he'd trained with during the summer and could have joined as a zone selection. After 75 games as a forward with the Cats, he was traded to Melbourne at the end of 2001 as part of a complicated multi-player trade which eventually saw Melbourne gain 2001 National Draft selections #26 and #55, and send up #17 and #41 to Geelong.

Bizzell successfully transitioned into a defender in his first season with the Demons and finished fourth in that year's Best and Fairest despite finishing the season with a broken hand. He missed two months of the 2004 season with a fractured cheekbone, but earned a three-year contract extension. He added 20 games in 2005, but he was dropped at the end of the year and missed the losing Elimination Final.

Bizzell then missed the whole 2006 AFL season after fracturing his leg in a practice match. He returned towards the end of the year to play in the Saandringham VFL premiership. He returned to play 10 games in 2007 before retiring. After his AFL career ended Bizzell turned his hand to acting, and has appeared in a number of shows including Neighbours and City Homicide.

2002 2211
2003 2262
2004 1400
2005 2002
2007 1000

Interstate recruits

afl.com.au - 16/01/2002

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