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2015

Coach: Paul Roos
Captains: Nathan Jones
Finishing Position: 13th
Best and Fairest: Bernie Vince
Leading Goalkicker: Jesse Hogan (44)
Best Young Player: Jesse Hogan
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The second year of the Paul Roos era saw further improvement by the Dees, with their best season since 2011. They won their first Round 1 game since 2005, beat Geelong for the first time since that year and Collingwood for the first time since 2007. They also won their first game at Docklands and in the last round since 2007.

Top draft pick Christian Petracca suffered a year ending knee injury during a pre-season training drill, and former captain Jack Trengove didn't play a game as he continued to battle a foot injury.

Mark Jamar and Daniel Cross retired at the end of the season. Rohan Bail, Jack Fitzpatrick, Jordie McKenzie and Aidan Riley were delisted.

The club made a profit of $562,366.

Melbourne FC Women won both their games against the Western Bulldogs to extend their overall record to 4-0.

NAB Challenge

OppositionResultScore
Fremantle LOSS43-61
Western Bulldogs WIN69-62
Essendon LOSS75-77

Premiership Season

RoundOppositionResultScore
1 Gold Coast WIN115-89
2 Greater Western Sydney LOSS56-101
3 Adelaide LOSS55-80
4 Richmond WIN83-51
5 FremantleLOSS50-118
6 Sydney LOSS50-88
7 Hawthorn LOSS50-155
8 Western BulldogsWIN103-64
9 Port Adelaide LOSS54-115
10 Collingwood LOSS85-110
11 St Kilda LOSS83-85
12 Geelong WIN113-89
13 BYE
14 West Coast LOSS60-114
15 Essendon LOSS60-69
16 Brisbane WIN60-36
17 St Kilda LOSS46-83
18 Collingwood WIN91-54
19 North MelbourneLOSS92-127
20 Western BulldogsLOSS55-153
21 CarltonLOSS55-108
22 FremantleLOSS54-108
23 Greater Western Sydney WIN103-77

Ladder

WDL%P
Fremantle 1705118.768
West Coast 1615148.266
Hawthorn 1606158.464
Sydney 1606127.164
Richmond 1507123.160
Western Bulldogs 1408115.156
Adelaide 1308115.754
North Melbourne 1309106.552
Port Adelaide12010106.848
Geelong1119101.148
Greater Western Sydney1101199.044
Collingwood10012106.340
Melbourne701577.028
St Kilda611578.426
Essendon601674.024
Gold Coast411772.918
Brisbane401867.516
Carlton401864.816

Senior List

NumberPlayerGamesGoals
1 Jesse Hogan 2044
2 Nathan Jones 2212
3 Christian Salem 10 1
4 Jack Watts 2010
5 Jimmy Toumpas 94
6 Chris Dawes 14 11
7 Jack Viney 163
8 Heritier Lumumba 192
9 Jack Trengove 00
10 Angus Brayshaw 215
11 Max Gawn 136
12 Dom Tyson 15 6
13 Jordie McKenzie 10
14 Lynden Dunn 221
15 Billy Stretch 112
16 Dean Kent 42
17 Sam Frost 30
18 Daniel Cross 22 0
19 Ben Newton 1111
20 Colin Garland 201
21 Cameron Pedersen 76
22 Viv Michie 11 0
23 Bernie Vince 21 11
24 Jay Kennedy-Harris 82
25 Tom McDonald 225
26 Christian Petracca 00
27 Aidan Riley 40
28 Oscar McDonald 20
29 Jayden Hunt 00
30 Alex Neal-Bullen 116
31 Jack Grimes 12 3
36 Jeff Garlett 2240
38 Jeremy Howe 2210
39 Neville Jetta 161
40 Mark Jamar 52
42 Jake Spencer 73
44 Rohan Bail 61
45 Matt Jones 94
46 Dean Terlich 00
48 Jack Fitzpatrick 32

Rookie List

NumberPlayerGamesGoals
37 Aaron vandenBerg 145
41 Mitch White 10
43 James Harmes 83
47 Max King 00

Best and Fairest

PlayerVotes
1 Bernie Vince 328
2 Jack Viney 327
3 Tom McDonald 300
4 Jesse Hogan 286
5 Nathan Jones 270
6 Daniel Cross 242
7 Colin Garland 218
8 Jeff Garlett 216
9 Jeremy Howe 151
10 Lynden Dunn 148
11 Angus Brayshaw 146
12 Max Gawn 134
13 Dom Tyson 130
14 Aaron vandenBerg 128
15 Christian Salem 113
16 Heritier Lumumba 112
17 Neville Jetta 102
18 Jack Watts 99
19 Chris Dawes 67
20 Ben Newton
Jack Grimes
46
22 Viv Michie 40
23 Cameron Pedersen 39
24 James Harmes 36
25 Billy Stretch
Mark Jamar
34
27 Alex Neal-Bullen 31
28 Jimmy Toumpas 29
29 Jake Spencer
Matt Jones
27
31 Jack Fitzpatrick 20
32 Oscar McDonald 19
33 Rohan Bail
Mitch White
16
35 Jay Kennedy-Harris 12
36 Sam Frost 11
37 Dean Kent 9
38 Aidan Riley 6
39 Jordie McKenzie 0

Other awards
Norm Smith Memorial Trophy (Coaches Award) - Jack Viney
Ron Barassi Jnr Trophy (Leadership Award) - Jack Trengove and Daniel Cross
Ian Ridley Memorial Trophy (Club Ambassador Award) - Neville Jetta
James McDonald Trophy (Heart and Spirit Award) - Jack Viney
Troy Broadbridge Memorial Trophy (Best Melbourne-listed player in the VFL) - Aidan Riley
Best Female Player - Daisy Pearce

Tribunal

RoundPlayerChargeSanction
Round 3 Nathan Jones Melee $1500 fine
Round 3 Dean Kent Melee $1500 fine
Round 3 Bernie Vince Melee $1500 fine
Round 3 Jay Kennedy-Harris Melee $1000 fine
Round 6 Lynden Dunn Kneeing $1000 fine
Round 18 Nathan Jones Wrestling $1000 fine
Round 22 Jack Viney Wrestling $1000 fine

VFL

2015 Casey Scorpions season
9 wins, 0 draws, 9 losses, 8th place

Finals

Round Opposition Result
EF Essendon LOSS 50-71

Drafts and Trading

2015 Draft

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