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Key Facts

Full name
Mark Browning

Known as
Mark Browning

30 November 1956 (age 66)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 18y 147d
Last game: 30y 287d

Height and weight
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 80 kg

Senior clubs
Sydney; Hobart

Jumper numbers
Sydney: 43, 11

Family links
Keith Browning (Father)

Mark Browning

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AFL: 8,734th player to appear, 268th most games played, 732nd most goals kickedSydney: 1,024th player to appear, 11th most games played, 48th most goals kicked

Originally from Beverly Hills, Mark Browning was recruited by South Melbourne, and made his VFL debut in 1975. He was a tremendously versatile performer who gave the Swans great service in 251 games over thirteen seasons, winning a club best and fairest award in 1983. Browning was a regular Victorian representative who always gave good value because of his ability to play equally well in a variety of positions. He was the Swans' captain for part of the 1984 season and the whole of 1985. In 1988 he joined Hobart as captain-coach, winning the club's best and fairest award in his first season. Two years later he led the side to a 19.16 (130) to 10.12 (72) TFL Grand Final defeat of North Launceston. His great all-round contribution to the Hobart Football Club was later recognised with his inclusion in its official 'Greatest Team 1947 to 2002'.

Author - John Devaney


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