Few names in the storied history of Australian Rules Football evoke such enormous pride amongst Territorians as the name of the magnificent Andrew McLeod. Andrew represented the Territory in a myriad of junior teams, played league football for the Darwin Buffaloes from 1991/92 to 1993/94, and was a member of their grand final team in 1993/94. Awarded Buffaloes Life Membership (Legend Status) in 2010, he also played for the Territory in three representative games. In 1994, Andrew made a career defining move to Adelaide to play for Port Adelaide Football Club becoming a member of their 1994 South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Premiership team. Debuting in the AFL with the Adelaide Crows Football Club in 1995, he promptly picked up the Crow’s Emerging Talent Award as well as an AFL Rising Star nomination. Andrew became only the third player in the Crow’s history to play 300 AFL games, overall enjoying 340 AFL games for the Club and being awarded Life Membership in 2003. Andrew was a three time winner of the Club’s Malcolm Blight Medal, and a two time Premiership player, winning the coveted Norm Smith Medal in the 1997 and 1998 grand finals. Named as an All Australian five times and Brownlow Medal Runner-up in 2001; Andrew was also named as the AFL Players Association Most Valuable Player in 2001. Andrew was selected in the AFL Indigenous Team of the Century in 2005 and SANFL Indigenous Team of the Century in 2011. Representing Australia six times against Ireland, Andrew won the Jim Stynes Medal for Australia’s Best Player, was awarded AFL Life Membership in 2007, became an NT Thunder Premiership player in 2011 and was inducted into the 2012 South Australian Hall of Fame. Bestowing ‘legend’ status on one of the greatest players the game has ever seen, Andrew McLeod is enshrined for football eternity in the AFLNT Hall of Fame.