Simon Phillips (footballer)

Simon Phillips (Footballer)

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Simon "Flipper" Phillips (born 5 April 1987) is an Australian Football League player, originally drafted from the Sandringham Dragons part of the TAC Cup. He has played for the Sydney Swans and now for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the AFL and Norwood Football Club in the SANFL

Sydney Swans

He was promoted to the senior side after the injury-related retirement of veteran Paul Williams mid-season, and immediately participated in his first senior AFL match in Round 15, 2006 at Subiaco Oval against the West Coast Eagles.

He was delisted by the Swans at the end of the 2007 season.

Norwood (SANFL)

As of 2008 Phillips has joined Norwood in the SANFL making his debut in Round 1. To the end of 2009 he has played 35 Games and kicked 38 Goals.

In Round 17 of the 2010 season Phillips reached his 50 game milestone unfortunately losing to Central District by 8 points kicking 2 goals.Round 18 Phillips was voted one of the best players playing against South Adelaide Panthers.

Port Adelaide

On October 11, 2010, Phillips was traded to the Port Adelaide Football Club as a pre-listed player for the Gold Coast Football Club. He debuted for Port Adelaide in Round 7, 2011 against Hawthorn at AAMI Stadium, replacing David Rodan who had injured his knee halfway through the game. Though Port lost, Phillips showed good form and played again the next games against Sydney and Fremantle. He played his first...
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