Gary Ablett, Jr.

Gary Ablett, Jr.

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Gary Ablett, Junior (born 14 May 1984) is a professional Australian rules football player and current captain of the Gold Coast Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

The elder son of AFL Hall of Fame member and Geelong great Gary Ablett, Sr., Ablett Junior was drafted to the AFL under the father-son rule and began his career in his father's shadow, however he has since established himself as one of the game's greats in his own right.

Ablett has been recognised as one of the AFL's elite midfielder, being awarded many of the league's highest individual honors, including the prestigious Brownlow Medal, the Leigh Matthews Trophy as the AFL Players Association's Most Valuable Player a record three times, and been selected to four All-Australian sides, once as vice-captain. He is a dual premiership player. He has won three AFL Coaches Association 'Champion Player of the Year' awards, and a several media awards including the Australian Football Media Association Player of the Year award. At a representative level, he was selected to captain Victoria in the AFL Hall of Fame Tribute Match.

He has also become a great of the Geelong Football Club, being inducted into the club's Hall of Fame and awarded life membership while still playing, winning two Carji Greeves Medals as Geelong's best and fairest player and led the club's goalkicking.

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