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Key Facts

Full name
Bradley Dodd

Known as
Brad Dodd

23 March 1977 (age 46)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 21y 6d
Last game: 24y 72d

Height and weight
Height: 184 cm
Weight: 86 kg

Senior clubs

Jumper numbers
Fremantle: 12

Brad Dodd

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV

AFL: 10,849th player to appear, 4,325th most games played, 3,378th most goals kickedFremantle: 59th player to appear, 105th most games played, 82nd most goals kicked

Brad Dodd was a versatile footballer who could play both forward and back as well as effectively undertaking a tagging role. He began his senior career in 1996 with East Fremantle and then was taken as a rookie in the following year’s National Draft by Fremantle. In 1998 he was elevated to the Dockers’ senior list and enjoyed a good first season of AFL football. However, his form was more patchy after that, and he also encountered more than his share of injury woes. In 2001, after playing 50 games and scoring 24 goals for the Dockers, he was de-listed, whereupon he signed for Claremont. He rounded off his career with 60 games and 39 goals for the Tigers over three seasons to add to the 56 games and 48 goals registered with East Freo earlier.

Dodd played in two losing grand finals: for the Sharks against South Fremantle in 1997, and for Claremont, also against South Freo, in his last league appearance in 2005.

Author - John Devaney


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