Kate Hore

Image DOB: 25 March 1995

Debut: Round 1, 2018 vs Greater Western Sydney at Casey Fields

From: St Kilda Sharks, 2018 Pre-Listed Rookie

Number: 10 (2018-)

Premiership player - 2022 spring season
Grand final player - 2022 summer season
Leading goalkicker - 2020 (equal), 2021, 2022 spring season
Equal league top goalkicker - 2023
Goal of the Year - Round 6, 2020
All Australian - 2020, 2022 summer season, 2022 spring season, 2023 AFLW season (forward/captain)
Best and Fairest - 2022 spring season, 2023 (joint)

Games: 68* (to end 2023)
Goals: 73*
Career statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %

Statistical categories led:
Most career goals
Most career behinds - (62)
Most marks - (213)
Equal most goals in a game: 5 - Round 2, 2023
Most goals per game - 1.073
Equal most finals - 10
Equal most fines - ($400)

Ex-basketballer signed as a rookie for the 2018 AFLW season. Elevated to the primary list before the season, and played every game in her first year. Played every game again in 2019, but was inaccurate with her kicking and only registered 1.7 for the year, including 0.6 in the last six games.

Hore had a far more successful 2020, equal first in the side's goalkicking and named in the All Australian team. She the side's outright leading goalkicker the next year, playing all but one game. In Round 1, 2022 she passed Tegan Cunningham to become the club's all time record goalkicker, kicking an average of a goal a game for the rest of the year.

Elevated to vice-captain for the 2022 spring season, she played every game for the season, led the club's goalkicking, was named an All Australian, and played in Melbourne's inaugural AFLW premiership. After the retirement of Daisy Pearce, Hore became the club's captain, and played every game for 2023. In Round 2 she kicked a career best five goals in a game, and was level with Eden Zanker for most goals in the competition over the home and away rounds.

That year Hore was named captain of the All Australian team, and signed a four year contract extension at the end of the season. She was joint winner of that year's Best and Fairest with Tyla Hanks.

YearGamesGoalsAFLW B&F
2018 761
2019 710
2020 754
2021 10120
2022 summer 12124
2022 spring 13175
2023 122012

All Australian

melbournefc.com.au - 16/05/2017, 08/12/2023, melbournefc.com.au - 09/12/2023

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