Geelong Cats wingman and former Hawthorn Hawks player Isaac Smith announces retirement

Geelong’s four-time premiership wingman Isaac Smith will retire at the end of the AFL season.

Smith claimed three flags at Hawthorn (2013-15)and won the Norm Smith Medal as best-afield in Geelong’s premiership last year.

Isaac Smith played in AFL premierships at Geelong (2022) and Hawthorn (2013-15).Credit: Scott Barbour

The 34-year-old has told his Geelong teammates of his decision to retire at the end of the Cats’ current campaign.

“I am so fortunate to have been given the opportunity…

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