Chad
Wingard
2013 & 2015 ALL-AUSTRALIAN TEAM
2013 JOHN CAHILL MEDAL
2015 & 2016
2012 GAVIN WANGANEEN MEDAL
2013 SHOWDOWN MEDAL R19
2013 - 2015 22 UNDER 22 TEAM
2011 SOUTH AUSTRALIA U18S CAPTAIN
2014 MARK OF THE YEAR
2012 AFL RISING STAR NOMINEE
2013 & 2015 ALL-AUSTRALIAN TEAM
2013 JOHN CAHILL MEDAL
2015 & 2016
2012 GAVIN WANGANEEN MEDAL
2013 SHOWDOWN MEDAL R19
2013 - 2015 22 UNDER 22 TEAM
2011 SOUTH AUSTRALIA U18S CAPTAIN
2014 MARK OF THE YEAR
2012 AFL RISING STAR NOMINEE
2013 & 2015 ALL-AUSTRALIAN TEAM
2013 JOHN CAHILL MEDAL
2015 & 2016
2012 GAVIN WANGANEEN MEDAL
2013 SHOWDOWN MEDAL R19
2013 - 2015 22 UNDER 22 TEAM
2011 SOUTH AUSTRALIA U18S CAPTAIN
2014 MARK OF THE YEAR
2012 AFL RISING STAR NOMINEE
The dual All-Australian has proven to be one of the most dynamic forwards in the competition Wingard has come into his own since relocating from South Australia to Victoria in 2019

Bio

Wingard was born in Murray Bridge, South Australia. He went to Unity College Murray bridge.

Chad Wingard was drafted by the Port Adelaide Football Club with the 6th selection in the 2011 AFL Draft. A full pre-season saw Wingard debut in round 1 and go on to play 19 games in his debut season. In just his second season Wingard would prove to be one of the most dynamic forwards in the competition, 43 goals from 23 games including three finals would see Wingard selected for his first All-Australian honor at the age of 20. Wingard continued his form over the next two seasons kicking 43 and 53 goals each year to make it a total of 139 goals as a small forward from 2013-2015. Unfortunately a mixture of injuries would restrict Wingards consistency over the following years forcing a change following the 2018 season. Hawthorn had requested a trade for the exciting small forward which would see him move to Victoria until 2023.

Chad is really passionate about his culture and heritage. He is forever supporting the acknowledgement of the impact of Indigenous people have had and where Australia is today

Chad is a proud Nike Ambassador

He came on 19 minutes into first quarter – kicking five goals, including three of most freakish you’d wish to see — Tony Fielke, Imperial Football Club A-grade coach

Career Highlights

2013 & 2015
All-Australian team
2013
John Cahill Medal
2015
& 2016
2012
Gavin Wanganeen Medal
2013
Showdown Medal R19
2013 - 2015
22 Under 22 team
2011
South Australia U18s captain
2014
Mark of the Year
2012
AFL Rising Star nominee

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2013 & 2015 ALL-AUSTRALIAN TEAM
2013 JOHN CAHILL MEDAL
2015 & 2016
2012 GAVIN WANGANEEN MEDAL
2013 SHOWDOWN MEDAL R19
2013 - 2015 22 UNDER 22 TEAM
2011 SOUTH AUSTRALIA U18S CAPTAIN
2014 MARK OF THE YEAR
2012 AFL RISING STAR NOMINEE
2013 & 2015 ALL-AUSTRALIAN TEAM
2013 JOHN CAHILL MEDAL
2015 & 2016
2012 GAVIN WANGANEEN MEDAL
2013 SHOWDOWN MEDAL R19
2013 - 2015 22 UNDER 22 TEAM
2011 SOUTH AUSTRALIA U18S CAPTAIN
2014 MARK OF THE YEAR
2012 AFL RISING STAR NOMINEE
2013 & 2015 ALL-AUSTRALIAN TEAM
2013 JOHN CAHILL MEDAL
2015 & 2016
2012 GAVIN WANGANEEN MEDAL
2013 SHOWDOWN MEDAL R19
2013 - 2015 22 UNDER 22 TEAM
2011 SOUTH AUSTRALIA U18S CAPTAIN
2014 MARK OF THE YEAR
2012 AFL RISING STAR NOMINEE

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