Swan to visit Coffs Harbour this weekend

Brennan will be the headline act for the feature weekend of the AFL's 150th year celebrations. His visit will coincide with the Victoria v Dream Team match at the MCG, hence there is a bye for all AFL clubs.

The young Swan was only in Coffs Harbour a few months ago as part of the Swans pre-season Community Camp and is looking forward to spending the weekend in the town with his partner. The AFL North Coast league is planning a gala-like atmosphere to commemorate this landmark event.

The best player from each team will be presented with a Australian Football 150 year medal in the Under 18, Reserves and Senior matches. A junior clinic will be run on the ground at 1.30pm and 2pm before the big clash between the top two sides in the competition, one where Luke will be tossing the coin.

It is a massive day and all local supporters are encouraged to turn out to support and capture the spirit of regional league football and our great game that is getting more and more popular after 150 years of existance. For more information, see the 'Events' section of the website.

Luke Brennan

Guernsey # 7

Height: 185cm

Weight: 84kg

DOB: 03-03-1985

AFL Debut: 2004

Swans debut: 2007

Career games: 26

Career goals: 11

Games in 2008: 2

Junior club: Horsham


  • AIS/AFL Academy 2001-02, AFLPA Scholarship 2001.
  • Represented Victoria Country in 2002 U18 National Championships
  • Number 8 selection by Hawthorn in 2002 National Draft
  • Hawthorn Club Encouragement Award 2004
  • Selected third in Rookie Draft by Swans in 2007
  • Promoted from rookie list late in 2007

2008 season: 2 games

Other skills: Playing guitar, singing



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