|Full name||Trent McKenzie|
|Date of birth||3 April 1992|
|Original team||Western Jets (TAC Cup)|
|Draft||Underage recruit, Gold Coast|
|Height/Weight||191cm / 82kg|
|Current club||Gold Coast|
|2011–||Gold Coast||40 (17)|
|International team honours|
1 Playing statistics to end of Rnd 6 2013 season .
Trent McKenzie (born 3 April 1992) is an Australian rules footballer for the Gold Coast Football Club. He was recruited as one of twelve 17-year-olds made available to Gold Coast under the AFL's draft concessions.
McKenzie played with the Western Jets during 2009 and also represented Vic Metro in the 2009 Under-18 National Championships. He was selected by the Gold Coast as one of twelve 17-year-olds the club could pre-list prior to the 2009 AFL Draft. He spent 2010 playing for the Gold Coast in the Victorian Football League.
McKenzie made his debut in round 2, 2011 in the Gold Coast Suns inaugural AFL match against Carlton at The Gabba. In round 5, McKenzie was part of the first Gold Coast Suns victory over Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium. After the round 17 victory over Richmond in Cairns, McKenzie was nominated for the 2011 AFL Rising Star.
His nickname "The Cannon" was attributed by the fact that he consistently scores goals from over 50m.
- "Trent McKenzie - IMG Australia". IMG Australia. Retrieved 19 July 2011.
- Holmesby, Luke. "Kicking On". afl.com.au. Retrieved 19 July 2011.
- Goald Coast Suns TV - How far can Trent McKenzie kick?
- Trent McKenzie's profile on the official website of the Gold Coast Football Club
- Trent McKenzie's statistics from AFL Tables
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