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David Haynes
Haynes
DOB
10/6/1981
Height
189cm
Weight
94 kg
Junior club
North Warrnambool JFC/Geelong Falcons
Arrived
Pick 16 in the 1999 national draft
Number
Debut
Round 13 2000 vs Brisbane
(125th Eagles player)
Games
46
Goals
43
B&F Top 10
0
Best Finish
N/A
Last app.
Departed
Traded to Geelong at the end of the 2003 season for pick 20 (Sam Butler)
Other clubs
Geelong Falcons (TAC Cup) 1999
East Perth (WAFL) 2000-2001, 2006
Subiaco (WAFL) 2002-2003
Geelong (AFL) 2004-2005
Bassendean (WAAFL) 2010
N.Warrnambool (Hampden FL) 2011-2013
A medium-sized forward, David Haynes was a useful player for West Coast during the early 2000s.

West Coast careerEdit

Originally from North Warrnambool in Victoria’s south-west, Haynes arrived at West Coast after being selected at number 16 in the 1999 national draft, a pick obtained from Fremantle in return for Brendon Fewster.

Haynes struggled for gametime in his first three seasons, managing just 25 games. In 2003, however, he broke into the senior side full-time. Usually a half-forward flanker, Haynes spent most of the season playing out of the square, and kicked 27 goals in 21 games.

His final match in blue and gold was the elimination final loss to the Crows. At the end of the season he was traded home to Geelong in return for pick 20, which was used on premiership player Sam Butler.

Geelong careerEdit

Haynes managed 19 games in two seasons for the Cats before being delisted at the end of the 2005 season.

Post-AFL careerEdit

After playing the 2006 season with East Perth and spending time with amateur side Bassendean, Haynes returned to his junior club, North Warrnambool in the Hampden Football League, where he was the playing coach.[1]

StatsEdit

AFL Gm G B K M H D T Cl WAFL Gm G
2000 7 2 2 25 11 9 34 3 1 EP 12 10
2001 7 6 4 56 36 30 86 9 3 13 15
2002 11 8 5 58 38 30 88 19 2 Subi 12 17
2003 21 27 16 146 94 68 214 21 6 1 3
Tot 46 43 27 285 176 137 422 52 12
Avg 0.9 6.2 3.8 3.0 9.2 1.1 0.3

ReferencesEdit

http://afltables.com/afl/stats/players/D/David_Haynes.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Haynes

http://www.wafl.com.au/players/view/652

  1. Kate Butler, The Standard (17 December 2010), "Haynes to coach North": https://www.standard.net.au/story/787278/haynes-to-coach-north/