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A hard-nosed 191cm inside midfielder, Hugh Greenwood’s pursuit of a professional basketball career has seen him become a late bloomer in our game.

After playing college basketball with the New Mexico Lobos, Greenwood trained with the Utah Jazz of the NBA before ultimately returning to Australia to renew his passion for football.

After 51 games at the Crows, he moved to Gold Coast ahead of the 2020 season, finishing fourth in the Suns’ best and fairest that year.

A contested beast, he led the AFL for total tackles and tackles per game in 2020, as well as ranking sixth for stoppage clearances.

Senior coach David Noble was initially the man to tempt him to pursue a football career, and after following Noble to Adelaide all those years ago, Greenwood now joins his former mentor at Arden Street.

Career Brownlow votes: 13

2021: Despite entering the season aged 28, this was only Hugh Greenwood's fifth AFL season, and he delivered improvement more commonly seen in younger players.

Playing 15 games for the year, including the Round 17 clash with GWS where he suffered a season-ending knee injury, Greenwood registered over five clearances in 11 contests, including a 26-disposal, 12-clearance performance in Round 7 against Collingwood.

Renowned AFL-wide for his tackling ability, he topped the rankings for tackles per game in 2021 with 8.6 per game, including 16 against Geelong in Round 10 and 14 against Port Adelaide in Round 14.

While he was contracted to Gold Coast for the 2022 season, the Suns delisted him in order to improve their draft options, and though they committed to re-signing him, North Melbourne swooped to bring him to Arden Street.

Though he’s yet to reach 100 games, Greenwood brings an intensity and experience to North’s midfield that will benefit the side immediately, as well as helping influence the club’s next generation of contested ball-winners.
Hugh Greenwood
A hard-nosed 191cm inside midfielder, Hugh Greenwood’s pursuit of a professional basketball career has seen him become a late bloomer in our game.

After playing college basketball with the New Mexico Lobos, Greenwood trained with the Utah Jazz of the NBA before ultimately returning to Australia to renew his passion for football.

After 51 games at the Crows, he moved to Gold Coast ahead of the 2020 season, finishing fourth in the Suns’ best and fairest that year.

A contested beast, he led the AFL for total tackles and tackles per game in 2020, as well as ranking sixth for stoppage clearances.

Senior coach David Noble was initially the man to tempt him to pursue a football career, and after following Noble to Adelaide all those years ago, Greenwood now joins his former mentor at Arden Street.

Career Brownlow votes: 13

2021: Despite entering the season aged 28, this was only Hugh Greenwood's fifth AFL season, and he delivered improvement more commonly seen in younger players.

Playing 15 games for the year, including the Round 17 clash with GWS where he suffered a season-ending knee injury, Greenwood registered over five clearances in 11 contests, including a 26-disposal, 12-clearance performance in Round 7 against Collingwood.

Renowned AFL-wide for his tackling ability, he topped the rankings for tackles per game in 2021 with 8.6 per game, including 16 against Geelong in Round 10 and 14 against Port Adelaide in Round 14.

While he was contracted to Gold Coast for the 2022 season, the Suns delisted him in order to improve their draft options, and though they committed to re-signing him, North Melbourne swooped to bring him to Arden Street.

Though he’s yet to reach 100 games, Greenwood brings an intensity and experience to North’s midfield that will benefit the side immediately, as well as helping influence the club’s next generation of contested ball-winners.
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