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Mundy praises brilliant Bulldogs

Freo captain David Mundy was quick to credit "excellent" Bulldogs following the loss

6:57pm  Mar 27, 2016

Nervous excitement for Captain Mundy

Freo skipper David Mundy said he's nervous but ready for his first game as Freo captain

4:50pm  Mar 23, 2016

Fyfe, Mundy continue to improve others: Webb

"It's their leadership and ability to bring in players that might not have played midfield before"

7:40pm  Feb 17, 2016

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12:16am  Jun 25, 2016

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David
Mundy

Height
192 cm
DOB
20-07-1985
Weight
89 kg
Debut
2005
Games
2016
10
Career
243
Goals
2016
2
Career
94
2016 AFL Fantasy Points
Total
848
Avg
85
DavidMundy

Player Bio

At A Glance

Junior club: Seymour (VIC)
Recruited from: Murray U18 (VIC)
Draft information: National Draft 2003 - pick 19
Debut: Round 6, 2005 v Melbourne
AFL clubs: Fremantle
Career Brownlow votes: 70

OUTLOOK
Mundy continued to be a key performer for Fremantle in 2015, winning the ball inside and utilising his excellent skills en route to his first All Australian selection. No reason to expect anything less than his prolific best in 2016.

WHAT THE COACH SAYS
 (Marc Webb)

Dave has done the full pre-season and really balanced his game by looking at opportunities outside of the midfield. It’s been really good for him and we expect some really strong inside work as well as the potential to play other roles.

Season by Season

Season by Season

Mundy was at his best in 2015. He was a solid performer all year and was rewarded for his fine season with an overdue first All Australian selection. He is still a main cog in the Freo team.

Mundy was again prominent in the heart of Freo’s midfield.
Whether he was winning the football in the packs or disposing
of it with precise delivery, Mundy excelled in a season that saw
him reach 200 AFL games.

The classy midfielder has enjoyed his best season since his Doig Medal year of 2010. His poise and skill has been vital to Fremantle's engine room. He was Fremantle's best player in the Grand Final.

David Mundy had a compromised pre-season due to injury and thus began the 2012 season very slowly. But come September, the 2010 Doig Medallist was arguably the most in-form midfielder in the competition in the final rounds of the home and away season and the first two weeks of finals.

His midfield master-class in round 22 was too much for North Melbourne, and he was the best player on the ground in Fremantle’s close Semi Final loss to Adelaide.

Despite his slow start, Mundy still finished top five per game at Freo in disposals (22.1), effective kicks (8.1), contested possessions (9.5), loose-ball-gets (2.9), uncontested possessions (12.7), clearances (4.1) and inside 50s (3.7).

His excellent understanding with ruckman Aaron Sandilands, along with midfield partner Michael Barlow, came to the fore in the last thiRnd of 2012 and should again propel Freo in 2013.

David Mundy started 2011 like a house on fire. After winning the 2010 Doig Medal, the classy midfielder looked set for an even better year. He averaged 28 disposals per game through the first nine rounds. His season effectively ended in round 12, when a broken leg saw him play just one more game in 2011. Despite playing only 12 games, Mundy still finished top 10 in total contested possessions (139), effective handballs (114), hard (63) and loose (34) ball gets, tackles (68) and inside 50s (43). Remarkably, he finished fourth overall for clearances (61). He is a champion and Fremantle’s best midfielder.

Mundy made a quantum leap in 2010, winning the Doig Medal after a brilliant performance playing as a permanent on-baller. He averaged 22 disposals per game in his 22 appearances but it was his precision skills that were the highlights in a great year for the club. His performance in the Elimination Final against Hawthorn was inspirational, and the news that he has signed on for a further four years is music to the ears of all Freo supporters.

Stats

By the numbers

  • 2016 Season Average
    Games Played 10
    • Kicks 12.1
    • Handballs 11.0
    • Disposals 23.1
    • Marks 3.2
    • Hit-Outs 1.4
    • Tackles 4.1
    • Goals 0.2
    • AFL Fantasy 84.8

2016 Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 16 Essendon Rd 11
Handballs 17 Essendon Rd 11
Disposals 33 Essendon Rd 11
Marks 6 Essendon Rd 11
Hit-outs 4 Essendon Rd 11
Tackles 6 Brisbane Lions Rd 12
Goals 1 Essendon Rd 11
AFL Fantasy 128 Essendon Rd 11

2016 Season Breakdown

Rd Opponent Result K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF
1 Western Bulldogs L 103 - 38 10 11 21 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 67
2 Gold Coast Suns L 100 - 126 16 5 21 2 0 1 2 5 0 1 80
3 West Coast Eagles L 92 - 59 - - - - - - - - - - -
4 North Melbourne L 132 - 101 - - - - - - - - - - -
5 Carlton L 68 - 72 - - - - - - - - - - -
6 Adelaide Crows L 97 - 64 16 3 19 5 0 0 1 1 0 1 71
7 GWS Giants L 77 - 95 12 8 20 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 71
8 Hawthorn L 116 - 75 16 13 29 5 2 0 0 3 1 0 109
9 Richmond L 45 - 83 9 14 23 2 3 0 3 6 0 0 79
10 St Kilda L 101 - 67 - - - - - - - - - - -
11 Essendon W 126 - 47 16 17 33 6 4 2 0 4 1 0 128
12 Brisbane Lions W 64 - 147 6 14 20 1 3 0 0 6 0 0 76
13 Port Adelaide W 86 - 69 15 12 27 5 0 1 2 5 0 0 99
14 Collingwood L 85 - 37 5 13 18 2 1 0 0 5 0 0 68
16 Melbourne - - - - - - - - - - -
17 Geelong Cats - - - - - - - - - - -
18 Gold Coast Suns - - - - - - - - - - -
19 Sydney Swans - - - - - - - - - - -
20 West Coast Eagles - - - - - - - - - - -
21 Adelaide Crows - - - - - - - - - - -
22 GWS Giants - - - - - - - - - - -
23 Western Bulldogs - - - - - - - - - - -
TOTAL W: 3 - L: 11 121 110 231 32 14 4 9 41 2 2 848

By the numbers

  • Career Average
    Games Played 243
    • Kicks 11.5
    • Handballs 9.3
    • Disposals 20.9
    • Marks 4.4
    • Hit-Outs 0.7
    • Tackles 3.7
    • Goals 0.4
    • AFL Fantasy 83.3

Career Highlights

Statistics Best Opponent Round
Kicks 24 Gold Coast Suns Rd 2, 2014
Handballs 23 Melbourne Rd 22, 2015
Disposals 39 Geelong Cats Rd 2, 2015
Marks 12 Geelong Cats Rd 2, 2011
Hit-outs 7 Richmond Rd 10, 2015
Tackles 10 West Coast Eagles Rd 1, 2013
Goals 3 Sydney Swans Rd 5, 2009
AFL Fantasy 151 Geelong Cats Rd 2, 2015

Career Breakdown

Season Club K H D M HO FF FA T G B AF
2016 Fremantle 121 110 231 32 14 4 9 41 2 2 848
2015 Fremantle 301 317 618 94 47 31 21 119 10 4 2374
2014 Fremantle 342 246 588 87 21 17 14 109 11 12 2289
2013 Fremantle 318 214 532 90 22 20 22 120 7 9 2159
2012 Fremantle 306 181 487 94 2 16 14 88 8 12 1950
2011 Fremantle 137 148 285 44 11 12 10 68 7 5 1151
2010 Fremantle 244 264 508 80 8 20 11 105 12 8 1995
2009 Fremantle 217 194 411 110 19 9 15 69 15 14 1732
2008 Fremantle 209 164 373 106 3 5 17 63 10 7 1549
2007 Fremantle 218 135 353 123 7 10 12 49 10 2 1532
2006 Fremantle 253 165 418 141 6 9 17 44 1 5 1663
2005 Fremantle 136 128 264 78 3 9 6 23 1 3 993

Legend

K
Kicks
H
Handballs
D
Disposals
M
Marks
HO
Hit-outs
FF
Frees For
FA
Frees Against
T
Tackles
G
Goals
B
Behinds
AF
AFL Fantasy points

Milestones

50 games: Round 8, 2007 v Geelong

100 games: Round 14, 2009 v Carlton

150 games: Round 10, 2012 v Adelaide

200 games: Round 15, 2014 v West Coast

Awards

Club Awards

Fremantle Dockers Life Member
Inducted in 2012

Doig Medal
2010

Best First Year Player (Beacon Award)
2005

AFL Awards

All Australian
2015

Q & A

Nickname: Barra (from Barramundi), first given to me by my grade 4 arts school teacher

Best holiday: In 2007, travelled to china with my now wife

Best piece of advice your mother gave you: Always commit to what you say you’ll do

If you weren’t a footballer, what would you like to be: A marine scientist

Do you have a saying or motto that you live your life by: Always commit to what I say I’ll do

If you could ask someone to be your mentor, who would it be: Richard Goyder

Morning or evening person, why: Morning, I have two young boys and they don't give me much choice

Favourite timeslot to play in, why: Friday night, starting the weekend of football and national stage

Favourite footy journalist: Mark Duffield

Favourite TV caller/commentator: Gerard Whateley

Worst injury: Syndesmosis - High ankle sprain

How many text messages do you send a day: 2 or 3

Three phone apps you can’t live without: ABC iview for the children’s app, ABC news app, AFL live

Favourite Twitter account you follow: Matt de Boer

Most embarrassing song in your iTunes: Some of Taylor Swifts, but they are my wives

Best concert you’ve been to: Foo Fighters and Tenacious D

Where did you holiday after last season: International Rules – New York, Dublin and London at the end

Favourite sport other than football: NFL

What sport would you like to compete in at the 2016 Olympics: Golf

Can you change a spare tyre: Yes

Do you iron your own shirts: On occasion

Favourite restaurant: Juicy Beetroot

Do you believe in UFOs: Yes

What three items would you take to a desert island: Swiss army knife, length of rope, a tarp

Any special hobbies or interests: Not really, I have young children so they take up all my time

Three famous people you would like to meet: Barack Obama, Bear Grylls, Odell Beckham

What do you have that is of great value to you, but no one else: Children’s photos