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Adrian Bromage only had an extremely brief senior league career but it was quite memorable. After representing Victoria Country at the Teal Cup, and playing senior football for Bairnsdale in the Gippsland Football League, Adrian Bromage traversed the country in 1996 in order to join East Fremantle. He spent just three seasons with the Sharks, playing 50 games and booting nine goals, with the highlight being a superlative 1998 campaign which saw him win both the Sandover Medal for fairest and best in the league, and the Simpson Medal as best afield in the grand final triumph over West Perth. For good measure he represented Western Australia against South Australia at Football Park in Adelaide. However, rather than use these achievements as a springboard to a potentially glittering football career Bromage opted instead to retire in order to concentrate on his business interests.
Author - John Devaney