Geelong’s last 10 years have been one of the most dominant eras in modern football.
They’ve finished in the top two on six occasions, won a premiership and played off in five preliminary finals.
Here are Geelong’s top 10 players of the decade:
10. Andrew Mackie
One of the Cats’ best that constantly flew under the radar, the three-time premiership defender flourished under Mark Thompson, but it was his time spent with Chris Scott that proved his calibre in one of the competition’s best ever defences.
Between 2010 and 2017, Mackie’s record stood at an impressive 125 wins, 47 losses and 2 draws whilst picking up an All-Australian (2013) and his third flag (2011).
Mr. Reliable’s All-Australian season was one of his most dominant at the club, ranking first overall for kicks, third in marks and sixth in disposals whilst polling third in the Best and Fairest behind fellow AA selected teammates in Joel Selwood and Harry Taylor.
Mackie reached 280 games in the navy blue and white hoops, ranking as the ninth most capped Geelong player ever and reached 100 goals for his entire career.