A Geelong native, Gary Rohan was selected by the Sydney Swans with the 6th pick in the 2009 National Draft. At 188cm, the Swans saw Rohan’s pace, agility and size as key attributes in his role as an explosive forward.
Rohan made his debut in 2010, playing 18 games in his first two seasons, showing fans why he was touted as an excitement machine for the club. In 2012, Rohan suffered a severely broken leg which kept him on the sidelines for almost two years.
Despite injuries interrupting almost every season, Rohan was back to his best in 2014 and played his best games when the Swans were down and needed a spark. He played in two Grand Finals in 2014 and 2016, and played his 100th game in 2018.
At the end of the 2018 season Rohan moved back to Victoria to play with Geelong. An injury free pre-season saw Rohan the fittest he has been and playing his best football as the Cats continue to keep their premiership window open.