Tyson Stengle has rediscovered his 2022 All Australian form in the first half of 2024, with the forward playing back at his scintillating best.  

Stengle has kicked 27 goals in his first 13 games to sit eighth on the Coleman Medal leaderboard as the Cats approach its bye, hitting the scoreboard in each of the last 12 games and kicking multiple goals on nine different occasions, including two bags of four goals.   

His highlight reel also continues to grow, with Stengle showcasing some magic from the boundary line against Sydney on the weekend, earning him a Goal of the Year nomination.  

Speaking to Cats Media after the round 14 game, Mark O’Connor spoke about credited Stengle’s impact and consistency this season.  

“We know the player he is and the talent that he has, at times he pulls us out of sticky situations,” O’Connor said.  

“It is always great to see him in form and doing very well.  

Some of the goals he kicks, there isn’t many players in the competition that can do it.  

Obviously we are very happy to have him on our side.”  


Along with his 27 goals, the crafty Cat has registered 78 score involvements in 13 games, placing him inside the top 25 of all players this season.  

His accuracy in front of goal has also been a highlight, capitalising on 73% of his opportunities to be one of the most reliable goal kickers in the competition.  

Along with his performance in front half, Stengle’s class and clean hands have been a standout, with this on full display in his match turning display in the wet against Brisbane in round 6.  

In his short time at the Cats, Stengle has kicked 107 goals in just 57 games with the Cats after joining the club as a free agent in 2021. 

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