Top Ten Swans 2010-19

Who were the Top Ten Swans of the 2010’s?

With the decade drawn to a close it is time to reflect on the events that took place and celebrate the achievements of those who excelled. In that spirit we give to you our Top 10 Swans of the 2010’s.

Note: All statistics and honours listed relate to time spent at Sydney during the 2010-19 period only.


10. Ben McGlynn
127 games, 167 goals.

9. Jude Bolton
92 games, 86 goals.
Premiership Player: 2012.
Madden Medal: 2013.


8. Ryan O’Keefe
100 games, 70 goals.
Premiership Player: 2012.
Norm Smith Medal: 2012.

7. Jarrad McVeigh
202 games, 113 goals.
Sydney Captain: 2011-16.
Premiership Player: 2012.
Sydney Best & Fairest: 2013.
All Australian: 2013.

6. Kieren Jack
209 games, 142 goals.
Sydney Captain: 2013-2016.
Premiership Player: 2012.
Sydney Best & Fairest: 2010.
All Australian: 2013.
Brett Kirk Medal: 2012, 2013, 2014.


5. Dan Hannebery
201 games, 94 goals.
Premiership Player: 2012.
AFLCA Player of the year: 2015.
All Australian: 2013, 2015, 2016.
Ron Evans Medal: 2010.
AFL 22under22 Team: 2012, 2013.

4. Adam Goodes
120 games, 197 goals.
Premiership Player: 2012.
Sydney Best & Fairest: 2011.
All Australian: 2011.
Sydney Leading Goalkicker: 2010, 2011.

3. Luke Parker
195 games, 155 goals.
Sydney Captain: 2019.
Premiership Player: 2012.
Sydney Best & Fairest: 2014, 2017.
All Australian: 2016.
AFLPA Most Courageous Player: 2015, 2016.
AFL 22under22 Team: 2014, 2015.


2. Lance Franklin
118 games, 364 goals.
All Australian: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018.
Coleman Medal: 2014, 2017.
Sydney Leading Goalkicker: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018.
Brett Kirk Medal: 2017, 2018.

1. Josh Kennedy
233 games, 144 goals.
Sydney Captain: 2017-19.
Premiership Player: 2012.
Sydney Best & Fairest: 2012, 2015, 2016.
Gary Ayres Award: 2016.
All Australian: 2012, 2014, 2016.

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