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Aidan Corr

#35   GWS Giants
Age: 25yr 3mth    Games: 81     Born: May 17, 1994     Origin: Northern Knights
Height: 195cm     Weight: 95kg     Position: Defender
Last Drafted: Round 1, Pick #14 2012 National Draft by GWS Giants
Supercoach Price: $281,600   Supercoach Profile
AFL Fantasy Price: $291,000   AFL Fantasy Profile
Contract Status: RFA at the end of 2020   AFL Player Contracts
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Aidan Corr Biography

Monday, 29 April 2019
Aidan Corr speaks about having to deal with injury late in 2018. Corr made his first appearance at senior level since round 17 of 2018 when he succumbed to the effects of osteitis pubis.

After a long summer of rehabilitation, which took him to his birthplace of Ireland in a search for answers to his groin pain, Corr's slow recovery finally took a positive turn early this year, and after three games in the NEAFL, he finally returned against the Swans.

"It's been a bit of a disaster. The big one for me was missing the finals (last year), and if I could give up all those games I'd played before them to play finals, I would have," Corr said.

"You've just got to deal with it, it just takes time. I had it from midway through the year and I was dealing with it, but it just became too much (after round 17).

"It was a slow build and I saw some specialists in Ireland and all those little things helped a lot. I wouldn't say it fast-tracked (my recovery) because it still took ages, but it is what it is and I'm happy I'm back playing."

Monday, 26 June 2017
Aidan Corr signs a two-year contract extension with GWS that will keep him at the club until the end of 2020.

"I was rapt when the offer was put there as it was the best thing for me and my football," he said.

"I love it here in Sydney and coming to work every day with 40 ripping blokes made it very easy for me to sign."

Saturday, 13 May 2017
Aidan Corr suffers a head injury in the first minute of the Giants' clash at Spotless Stadium against Collingwood.

Corr lay motionless for more than a minute after his head crashed into the turf at a nasty angle.

The 22-year-old suffered the injury when he went back with the flight of the ball and was accidentally tripped by teammate Phil Davis.

Corr eventually got to his feet, was helped off the ground two trainers and trudged off to the rooms, taking no further part in the game.

Wednesday, 15 March 2017
Aidan Corr will miss the early rounds of 2017 after suffering a hand injury from landing awkwardly during the Giants' 38-point win over North Melbourne in the pre-season.
Saturday, 11 February 2017
Aidan Corr says it was tough dealing with injuries in 2016.

"I'd read the injury list and it would say 2-3 weeks every week, but I just had a few little setbacks that kept happening and it just got pushed back further and further," he said.

"It was annoying but I've had both shoulders operated on so I'm no stranger to the rehab group, you've just got to cop it really.

"I was pushing and pushing to get back, and then the next challenge was just getting back in the team, because the boys were playing so well.

"It ended up being about 16 weeks in the end that I was out, but I played some footy and won the NEAFL flag with the boys, so at least I got something out of the season."

Tuesday, 12 April 2016
Aidan Corr is set to be sidelined for up to a month with an ankle injury.

Corr left the ground after hurting his left ankle in the opening term of last week's loss to the Sydney Swans, but after treatment from GWS medical staff, he returned after quarter-time and played out the rest of the match.

The 21-year-old was one of the Giants' better players in the 25-point defeat, but scans have confirmed Corr suffered a deltoid ligament strain.

Friday, 31 July 2015
Aidan Corr re-signs with GWS until the end of 2018.

Corr said he believed the Giants group was on the path to win a premiership and it was an easy decision to stay.

"That's why we are all here playing footy at the Giants and I believe we're building something special," he said.

"I think in a few years we can go all the way."

Thursday, 2 May 2013
Irish-born debutant Aidan Corr will replace Greater Western Sydney co-captain Phil Davis in the backline for this week's clash with Essendon at Etihad Stadium.

"I'm pretty nervous, especially having Phil out," Corr said.

"He's good on the field, through the NAB Cup he always helped me with positioning and talking to me.

"I'll have to listen to Stephen Gilham, take advice from the boys and go as hard as I can I guess."

Wednesday, 27 February 2013
The Giants have protected their young stars from swooping rivals, confirming seven players have signed new deals with the club.

Jonathon Patton, Dom Tyson, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Andrew Phillips and Sam Frost have committed until the end of the 2015 AFL season while Curtly Hampton and Aidan Corr signed through 2016.

"Everyone wants success, that is why you play the game and I think we are in the best position we can possibly be in," Patton said.

"The club has done an amazing job to put this list together. We have a lot of talent here. This is a great club to be at. This is a club you don't want to leave."

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