- Nathan Lonie
Nathan Lonie Personal information Birth 4 March 1983 Frankston, Victoria, Recruited from Frankston Bombers / Dandenong Stingrays Height and weight 189cm / 84kg Playing career¹ Debut Round 11, 9 June 2001, Hawthorn v.
Geelong, at Colonial Stadium
64 Games, 35 Goals
Port Adelaide (2006–2008)
34 games, 12 goals
¹ Statistics to end of 2008 season
The identical twin brother of Collingwood player Ryan Lonie, the two Lonies not only share identical looks but share very similar footballing characteristics - possessing long kicking abilities (over 55 metres) and playing a "receiver" role relying on uncontested possessions across the half-back line.
Hawthorn career (2001 - 2005)
He debuted with the Hawthorn Football Club midway through the 2001 season, but was not recalled til Round 20, where he then held his spot for the finals series.
Port Adelaide career (2006 - 2008)
After 64 games with the Hawks, Lonie was traded to Port Adelaide at the end of the 2005 season, where he became a regular first-team player. He was dropped after Round 20, 2007, for the rest of the season but came close to replace Michael Wilson but lost his chance to Brad Symes for Port Adelaide's 2007 grand final loss. He retired at the end of the 2008 season.
- Nathan Lonie's profile on the Official AFL Website of the Port Adelaide Football Club
- Nathan Lonie's statistics from AFL Tables
- Nathan Lonie Profile on ThePowerFromPort.com.au
2000 AFL DraftFirst Round
Nick Riewoldt (Priority Pick) • Justin Koschitzke • Alan Didak • Luke Livingston • Andrew McDougall • Dylan Smith • Laurence Angwin • Daniel Motlop • Kayne Pettifer • Jordan McMahon • Trent Sporn • Shaun Burgoyne • Ashley McGrath • Daniel Harris • Simon Wiggins • Scott Thompson • James Davies
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