|Occupation:||Australian Rules Footballer|
|Birth Day:||June 10, 1991|
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At 16 he entered top-level football early by signing for East Perth Football Club in the WAFL.
Duncan was drafted by the Geelong Football Club with their second selection, and was the twenty-eighth overall draft pick in the 2009 AFL Draft.
Duncan's season continued strongly, playing in all but one game, including selections into Geelong's finals teams, and was also selected into the 2011 Grand Final Team as a substitute. He entered the match after forward James Podsiadly dislocated his shoulder. Duncan played an important role gathering 10 possessions and scoring a goal at the 27-minute mark of the third quarter. The Geelong Cats played hard contested football in the fourth quarter and kicked five goals and kept Collingwood goal-less, giving Geelong the 2011 Premiership and Duncan his first Premiership Medallion; the first won by a substitute – introduced in the AFL Rules in 2011.
In 2014, Duncan began writing a regular Saturday column in the sports section of the Geelong Advertiser. His column brings a fresh perspective to the Geelong Advertiser's sports coverage and is known for its hard hitting style
Currently, Mitch Duncan is 30 years, 5 months and 22 days old. Mitch Duncan will celebrate 31st birthday on a Friday 10th of June 2022.
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