Mitch Duncan was drafted by the Geelong Football Club with the 28th pick in the 2009 AFL draft after impressing as a versatile utility with elite skills for East Perth.
Duncan immediately broke into the premiership winning cats line up for their round 1 clash against Essendon in 2010 and went on to play 8 games in his debut year. Since then Duncan has gone on to play a total of 180 games and kick 126 goals predominately from a wing.
Duncan was a member of the 2011 premiership side in his second year and is now a valued member of the Geelong leadership group as they strive for success in the near future.
Signed until 2020 Duncan is set to have a big influence on the 2019 season after completing a full pre-season.