David Haynes

Carlton Reserve Career: 1999.
Reserve Games: 4
Reserve Goals: 3
Height: 188cm (6'2")
Weight: 85kg (13.5)
Guernsey No. 47 (1999).
DOB: 10th June, 1981.

David Haynes played reserve grade football for Carlton in 1999 as a top-up player.

Haynes was originally recruited from North Warrnambool via TAC Cup team the Geelong Falcons. Haynes later played senior football with the West Coast Eagles and Geelong Football Clubs.

He didn't play a senior game for Carlton.

Haynes was picked up by West Coast with the 16th selection of the 1999 AFL Draft, which the Eagles had secured from Fremantle in exchange for Brendon Fewster. Haynes spent the majority of his first two seasons in the WAFL and was a member of East Perth's 2001 premiership team. A half forward flanker, he kicked 27 goals from 21 appearances for West Coast in 2003. In the 2003 AFL Draft was traded to Geelong, for the 20th draft pick which was used on Sam Butler. In 2004 he played 16 games, three of them in the finals series, but was delisted after registering just three appearances the following season.

In total he would play 65 AFL games and kick 58 goals for these two clubs in total.
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