(born ) is a professional Australian rules footballer who plays for the Gold Coast Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

He also previously played with the Geelong Football Club.

Ablett made 21 appearances in total over the course of the season, and kicked a career-high 35 goals.

Ablett made twelve senior appearances in total during the season, before spending the latter half of the year with the reserves team.

Playing as a small forward, he helped the club's reserves team win the 2002 VFL premiership against the Port Melbourne Football Club.

Ablett's consistency, reflected with his appearance in all senior games during the year and team-high 86 tackles, was rewarded with a third-place finishing in the club best and fairest award.

After consecutive appearances in the finals series, Ablett and Geelong were expected to challenge for the premiership once again in 2006.

Along with his brother Nathan, Ablett would regularly attend his father's training sessions and weekly games.

He attended Christian College Geelong during his schooling years.The eldest son of Australian Football Hall of Fame member and former Geelong player Gary Ablett Sr., Ablett was drafted to Geelong under the father-son rule in the 2001 AFL draft.Ablett is a dual premiership player, a dual NAB Cup winner, a dual Brownlow Medallist, a record five-time recipient of the Leigh Matthews Trophy as the AFL Players Association's Most Valuable Player, a three-time recipient of the AFL Coaches Association 'Champion Player of the Year' award, and an eight-time All-Australian.Ablett played junior football with the Modewarre Football Club until he was chosen to play for the Geelong Falcons in the Under 18 TAC Cup competition in 2000.Nonetheless, as the son of a popular and famous football player from Geelong, Ablett attracted a large following even at junior level.After achieving premiership success with the reserves team in the previous year, Ablett established his position in the senior side the following season.