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Key Facts

Full name
Paul Broderick

Known as
Paul Broderick

3 January 1970 (age 54)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 18y 167d
Last game: 31y 262d

Height and weight
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 85 kg

Senior clubs
Fitzroy; Richmond

Jumper numbers
Fitzroy: 17
Richmond: 17

Recruited from
Camperdown (1988); Fitzroy (1994)

Paul Broderick

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV

AFL: 9,958th player to appear, 214th most games played, 539th most goals kickedFitzroy: 1,062nd player to appear, 124th most games played, 56th most goals kickedRichmond: 967th player to appear, 57th most games played, 85th most goals kicked

Over two distinct phases off his career, Paul Broderick gave great service as a prolific ball-winner to Fitzroy and then Richmond over 266 games across 14 seasons. His six seasons with Fitzroy yielded 93 games and 80 goals before he was traded to Richmond for Jeff Hogg. The Tigers undoubtedly got the best of that deal as Broderick played a further 169 matches for them, while Hogg could only manage 40 in the Lions' last three seasons. Broderick's best season was 1996, when he won Richmond's best and fairest award. 

Author - Andrew Gigacz


Encyclopedia of Australian Footballers - Holmesby and Main


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