Livewire Claremont forward Anthony Treacy spent one year on West Coast's rookie list.
West Coast career[edit | edit source]
Originally from Broome, Treacy moved to New South Wales as a junior to join the Sydney Swans' academy, but returned to Cable Beach after injuring his ACL in 2017. After winning the West Kimberley Football League's best and fairest in 2018, he joined Claremont in 2019 before being drafted by the Eagles as a potential replacement for the suspended Willie Rioli.
Despite the absence of Rioli and a number of other small forwards during 2020, Treacy was unable to force his way into the senior lineup, his cause not helped by the inability of the club to field a reserves side during the pandemic-affected season. At the end of the year, he was delisted having not made his senior debut, although he did appear in one pre-season match.
Post-AFL career[edit | edit source]
Stats[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Jakeb Waddell, Broome Advertiser (1 March 2019), "Pair ready for fresh crack at AFL": https://thewest.com.au/news/regional/pair-ready-for-fresh-crack-at-wafl-ng-b881113905z
- Mitchell Woodcock, The West Australian (2 November 2020), "Claremont Tigers sign former players Francis Watson, Anthony Treacy and Jason Carter for 2021 WAFL season": https://thewest.com.au/sport/wafl/claremont-tigers-sign-former-players-francis-watson-anthony-treacy-and-jason-carter-for-2021-wafl-season-ng-b881710582z