/ clubs = Fitzroy Football Club/Fitzroy

Collingwood Football Club/Collingwood

Hawthorn Football Club/Hawthorn

/ games(goals) = 13 (4)

18 (6)

142 (26)

"173 (36)"

/ statsend = 2002


"Tony Woods" (born 2 July 1969) is a former Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League who commenced his career with Fitzroy Football Club/Fitzroy in 1988. In 1992 he moved to Collingwood Football Club/Collingwood, playing 18 games before moving to Hawthorn Football Club/Hawthorn in 1995. He finally became a valuable player in the 1996 season where he was a fine tagger, although in 1997 he was involved in more attacking roles in the midfield.

In the 1998 season his media profile also soared with regular appearances and production work on The AFL Footy Show/The Footy Show on the Nine Network. He also reverted to a tagging role where he had further success culminating in second place in the 1999 Club Champion.

In the 2001 season he struggled but as many Hawks did, he lifted during the 2001 Finals Series and agreed to play one final year of AFL. However, 2002 was ruined by injury and Woods retired from AFL midway through the season.

More Tony Woods on Wikipedia.

It's a round robin, and everybody will get four matches minimum. Some might get five. And the younger ones, the 6-year-olds, they'll put a smile on your face that won't come off.

It's cheap and it's fun. And we're going to have baskets with free stuff in them, gift certificates and all that, that we'll have a dollar-drawing for. Anything we can think to do to make some money to put back into the program, we're going to try it.