Mark Bradly

Image DOB: 24 January 1977

Debut: Round 10, 1998 against Adelaide at Football Park
Last Game: Round 15, 1998 against Western Bulldogs at Princes Park

From: East Fremantle, Selection #55, 1995 National Draft

Number: 40 (1998)

Games: 4
Goals: 3
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The ruckman played three senior matches in the WAFL during 1995, and represented Western Australian in the national under 18 championships before being drafted. Melbourne took Bradly as a long-term project player, and he didn't appear in any AFL senior matches for his first two seasons before making a handful of appearances during 1998. During 1996 he missed several weeks with stress fractures in his foot.

Bradly failed to play a senior game in 1999 after injuring his knee. During the year he was placed on the long term injury list and temporarily replaced on the senior list by Ben Beams. At the end of the season he was delisted, then re-drafted as a rookie. He was delisted a second time after a season-ending knee injury in 2000.

He moved to VFL side North Ballarat in 2001, where injury problems again troubled him, but topped the club's goalkicking in 2002. He played with the Roosters until the end of 2003.

1998 430

Interstate Recruits

Age - 03/07/1996
Age - 23/04/1999

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