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Chris Mainwairing
 Statistics  Career Snapshot
DOB: 27th Dec 1965 Career Games 201
Debut: 1987 Career Goals 84
From: East Fremantle West Coast Games 201
Height: cm Weight: kg West Coast Goals 84
 Player Information
  Chris Mainwaring made his Eagle debut in the club's third ever game against the Sydney Swans at the SCG, quickly making a name for himself as a young talent and winning the club's inaugural Rookie of the Year award.

Over subsequent years he proved to be one of the club's best players, though a larrikin streak occasionally saw Mainwaring in strife outside the club, though usually not for anything major. Mainwaring was a key player in the club's first premiership in 1992, and the iconic picture of that win is Mainy jumping off the bench in celebration at the end of the game despite an injured ankle.

Mainwaring went on to also be an integral part of the club's 1994 premiership success, and despite rumours that the newly formed Fremantle club were interested in poaching the former East Fremantle product, Mainwaring continued with the club. Sadly injury cruelled much of the remainder of his career, with his outstanding 1996 season being his only complete season in the latter years of his career, never really coming back from a knee injury sustained early in the 1997 season.

After limping over the line to 200 games in 1999, Mainwaring decided to give the game away, concentrating afterward on a television career with Channel Seven alongside former teammate Adrian Barich. Sadly Mainwaring died in 2007 aged only 41, the first of the great Eagles to do so, and he is sadly missed as one of the greatly loved characters of the club's early history, as well as someone known in many circles as a genuinely nice man. He left behind a wife and two young children.

The Eagles have declared that the southern wing at Subiaco Oval is to be known as the Chris Mainwaring wing at all Eagles games in his memory. RIP.
 Career Honours
1986: Recruited to the Eagles inaugural list
1987: Rookie of the Year
1989: 50 games
1991: 100 games
1991: All Australian selection
1992: Premiership Player
1994: 150 games and life membership
1994: Premiership Player
1996: All Australian selection
1996: West Coast Team of the Decade
1999: 200 games
2006: West Coast "Team 20"


1997: East Fremantle Team of the Century
 Career Statistics
A lot of thanks are due to other people for the stats on this page. For all games from 1993-2002, thanks to Paul at AFL Stats http://stats.rleague.com/afl/afl_index.html. For the 1987-1992 stats, much thanks to carneagles for providing me a copy of the stats created for corkintheocean, probably the best footy blog out there. Go read it!