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Oisin Mullin

#34   Geelong Cats
Age: 22yr 9mth    Games: 0     Born: February 11, 2000     Origin: Mayo
Height: 178cm     Weight: 75kg     Position: Defender
Last Drafted: 2022 Category B Rookie (International selection)
Supercoach Price: $102,400   Supercoach Profile
AFL Fantasy Price: $190,000   AFL Fantasy Profile
Contract Status: Out of contract at the end of 2024   AFL Player Contracts
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Oisin Mullin Biography

Friday, 25 November 2022
Oisin Mullin will join Geelong as a category B rookie ahead of 2023, more than a year after first signing for the club.

"We are thrilled he will now join the Cats for season 2023; he is a gifted talent, however, most importantly, a quality person who will be a great addition to our playing squad," Geelong list manager Andrew Mackie said.

"Oisin has had another impressive season with Mayo and we are looking forward to welcoming him and his partner Jess to the club and to Geelong."

Monday, 17 January 2022
Oisin Mullin backflips on a decision to sign for the Cats ahead of the 2022 season, opting to remain in his homeland and continue with Gaelic side Mayo.

"Going to Australia to play professionally was a really interesting opportunity and it was something I wanted to research and consider in detail," Mullin said.

"It was a big decision for me as playing for Mayo with my friends is a huge honour and something I love doing, so I wanted to take the time to consider all aspects of it. After some careful thinking and a lot of support from family, I have decided to stay in Ireland and I am really excited about joining up with the Mayo Senior Football panel as soon as possible."

Thursday, 11 November 2021
Geelong signs young Irish star Oisin Mullin from Mayo as a category B rookie.

Mullin has played in the All Ireland final in each of the past two years, and earned GAA All Star selection following his breakout 2020 season. He was also named the GAA Young Footballer of the Year in 2020 (the equivalent of the NAB AFL Rising Star), and has again been named a finalist for the award this year.

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