GWS Team of the Decade (2010-19)

Who made the cut when Bozza named the GWS Team of the Decade?

Nintey-Eight players have donned the burnt orange of GWS since the club entered the AFL in 2012, providing quite a group of players from which to pick a team of the decade. It was decided that to be eligible for selection that a player needed to have had a considerable impact across the period. To this end he needed to be in the top 35 for games played, and to have spent a minimum of three years on the Giants list. As a result this meant the likes of Steve Johnson and Brett Deledio were deemed ineligible.

With the team a fixture in September in recent years, it is not surprising that there are a number of players unlucky to miss selection. In our mind though, any of the 22 we’ve named would be even more unlucky. So with that out of the way, let the arguments begin, here is GWS’ Team of the Decade.


Adam KennedyPhil DavisZac Williams
115 games148 games102 games
6 FinalsInaugural Co-CaptainRising Star Nominee
Heath ShawNick HaynesJacob Hopper
135 games128 games67 games
2015 B&F2x Top Five B&F3rd 2019 B&F

Check out who Hank Ryan picked in his 2019 Allied State of Origin team.


Lachie WhitfieldStephen ConiglioJosh Kelly
133 games133 games118 games
2018 All Australian3rd 2017 B&F2017 B&F
Shane MumfordCallan WardMatt de Boer
92 games157 games49 games
2014 B&F2012 B&FTop 10 2019 B&F


Sam ReidJeremy CameronTim Taranto
80 games154 games63 games
2019 Grand Final Team2019 Coleman Medal2019 B&F
Toby GreeneJonathon PattonHarry Himmelberg
145 games89 games65 games
2016 All Australian2014 Rising Star Nominee2019 Grand Final team


Adam TomlinsonRyan GriffenDylan ShielRory Lobb
140 games55 games135 games74 games
2019 Grand Final Team3 Finals2017 All Australian7 Finals

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