Chris JUDD


Age: 35yr 11mth Games: 280 Born: Sep 08, 2020
Height: 189cm Weight: 88kg Position: MID
Dream Team Profile

2015 Digest:   Looking sharp on the track – the freshest he has for years. Knee, achilles and hamstring problems have bedevilled the champ in recent years, but just when he was being written off the Brownlow medallist hit back strongly late last year. Having convinced himself you’re long time retired, he’s back from the holiday he had planned for his retirement.

2015 NAB Cup:   Has had a trouble free lead-up and NAB challenge series and it’s hard to remember the last time that happened. Still a force.

2015 Season

Played for : Carlton

1 Rich Not quite the breakaway pace of old but still one of best mids on ground. 7
2 WCE Great first term (12 disposals) then Rosa dulled his influence on the contest. 6
3 Ess At times rekindled his best and at others went missing. Kept battling. 6
4   Back.  
5 Coll Heap of clearances and did his best to turn the tide. 6
6 Bris Contributed first half but effort petered out as Lions got on top in middle. 6
7 GWS Tracked by Bugg early but then freed up and won second half ball. 6
8 Geel Champ laid one tackle and hardly touched it. 3
9   Soreness.  
10 Adel Season, and likely career, ended when he ruptured ACL in first term. 2
12   Retired.  
13   Retired.  
14   Retired.  
15   Retired.  
16   Retired.  
17   Retired.  
18   Retired.  
19   Retired.  
20   Retired.  
21   Retired.  
22   Retired.  
23   Retired.  

2014 Season

Played for : Carlton

1   Achilles.  
2   Achilles.  
3   Achilles  
4   Achilles.  
5 WB Sub came on in third term and within five minutes twanged right hamstring. 0
6   Hamstring.  
7   Hamstring.  
8   Hamstring.  
9   Hamstring.  
10   Hamstring.  
11   Hamstring.  
12 VFL Got through OK with 17 touches in front of a big crowd.
13 Haw Huge in comeback game. Set tone with a vicious early tackle and kept it going. 7
14 GWS In just his third game of the year, the former skipper added a touch of class. 7
15 Coll Classy throughout with 14 contested possessions, four inside-50s, one goal. 8
16 StK Not a great game but did his bit. 6
17 Syd The champion had the odd moment and battled on in a tough old night. 5
18 NM Greenwood had tagging role on him early. Quality won out in final term. 6
19 Frem Brilliant first half (16 disp, one goal) then injured ankle slowed him. 7
20 GCS Most influential midfielder on ground: two goals and nine clearances. 9
21 Geel Provided something but not hugely damaging. One goal, three inside-50s. 6
22 Port The class is still there with four clearances and four inside-50s. 6
23 Ess Massive until three-quarter time. Tired after 28 touches and seven clearances. 8

2013 Season

Played for : Carlton

1 Rich OK first half then produced some brilliance in third term to close gap on Tigers. 8
2 Coll Imposed himself on the game when his team most required. 7
3 Geel Great effort – 12 cont possessions, six inside-50s and five clearances. 8
4 WCE One kick in first half which is quite unbelievable. One of his really poor nights. 4
5 Adel Great in close with 23 touches and 10 contested possessions. 7
6 Melb Tagged out of the game by Dunn – just seven effective disposals. 2
7 StK One of few Blues to visibly rise to challenge but no burst or acceleration. 7
8 Port Busy throughout without usual explosive bursts. Good in close with handball. 7
9 Bris A thorn in Brisbane’s side all night. 7
10   Hamstring.  
11 Ess Sting wasn’t in his game. Not tearing it apart like the old days. 5
12 Haw Worked into game to grab 16 contested possessions in 250th. 8
14 Syd Along with Gibbs, led the Blues revival. In everything in close to drive ball forward. 7
15 Coll Moved more freely and one of the few Blues to look dangerous on the spread. 7
16 StK Ran on top of the ground and looked in vintage touch. 8
17 NM Didn’t get first kick til halfway through second term. Battled on, but off key. 4
18 GCS Showed some early flashes of the Judd of old before fading. 5
19 Frem Influential early but disappeared after half time with just four touches. 5
20 WB Led the Blues charge in midfield until a knee knock ended his night – and season. 6
21   Knee.  
22   Knee.  
23   Knee.  
EF Rich Quiet early. Lifted side in third term with 11 disposals and powered Blues home. 8
SF Syd Champ was OK in first half but only tow touches after long break. 4

2012 Season

Played for : Carlton

1 Rich Cotchin got away from the champ on occasions. Solid game, not super. 6
2 Bris Had slow start as Rich went with him. But ended up with 33 touches 9
3 Coll Dominant first half and finished with 11 clearances. 9
4 Ess 24 disposals was serviceable but below his usual brilliant output. 6
5 Frem Crowley niggle kept him quiet early but worked into it; eight clearances. 6
7 StK Blues’ best clearance player with seven and 12 contested possessions. 7
8 Adel Shadowed by variety of opponents and his influence wasn’t great. 6
9 Melb Tagged by McKenzie and apart from a few bursts was well held (only 7 kicks). 5
10 Port Heart and soul of the team can’t do it all, needs help and fast. 7
11 Geel Team-high 11 inside-50s, five clearances and a goal. Dash still not there. 7
12 WCE Injured, form slump or shadow of former self? Blue fans praying for former. 3
14 Haw Showed the way in terms of effort but others couldn’t replicate it. 7
15 Coll Set tone in middle with run and intensity – seven clearances, six inside-50s. 8
16 NM Controversial grab of Adams’s arm. Kept working at a frenetic rate 9
21 Ess Ran hard, used footy well and gave great drive. 7
22 GCS Wholehearted effort, his two early goals kept the Blues in it. 7
23 StK Injured hamstring in second term and took no further part. 2