Geelong: 332 games, 66 goals
Geelong: Development coach 2016
No sooner had Corey Enright retired did he return to GMHBA Stadium as a development coach for season 2017.
Enright worked closely with the Cats' young players towards the end of his career and his experience will continue to be of great benefit his new role.
Enright is the 13th former Geelong player from the past decade to embark on a coaching career in the AFL system.
Corey Enright retired in 2016 after playing a club record 332 games in a decorated career in the navy and white hoops. He was a key member of three premiership teams, twice won the best & fairest and earned six All Australian selections as arguably the greatest half back of the modern era.