1068 – If you had to pick one Freo Dockers player to be in your fantasy team at the start of the 2020 season, the player you would have wanted to pick was Andrew Brayshaw.
With 1068 ranking points, Brayshaw leads all of his teammates in supercoach. He also leads Freo in AFL fantasy with 770 points.

234 – Brayshaw has 234 career tackles since starting his career in 2018. He leads Fremantle over this period, with 30 more tackles than the next best player in David Mundy.

73.7 – Brayshaw has spent 73.7 per cent time in the midfield this season. This is consistent with his previous seasons in the AFL, with 73.9 per cent midfield time in 2019 and 73.1 per cent midfield time in 2018.

65.5 – Brayshaw has greatly increased his kicking efficiency in 2020, running at 65.5 per cent compared to 43.1 per cent in 2019.
His efficiency of 65.6 in 2020 ranks significantly higher than many of the AFL’s elite midfielders, including Joel Selwood (59.3), Dustin Martin (59), Patrick Dangerfield (58.8), Nat Fyfe (55.7), Tim Kelly (55.7), Gary Ablett (54) and Luke Shuey (52.8).

33 – Brayshaw’s disposals against Hawthorn. This was five more than his previous best in round eight against Geelong.
A 30-plus disposal game is impressive enough in a normal AFL season, in 2020 it’s the equivalent to around 41 disposals taking into account the shorter quarters. Incredible numbers for a 20-year-old.

28 – Brayshaw has totalled 28 coaches votes so far in 2020, tied with the likes of Dustin Martin, Toby Greene and Clayton Oliver.
He is the highest ranked Fremantle player in the standings in a tie for 14th overall.

17 – Brayshaw’s 17 contested possessions against Geelong in round eight was also a career high and ranks 12th for the most contested possessions in a game in 2020.

3 – Brayshaw’s also incredibly disciplined, giving away only three free kicks this season, while winning 11 free kicks so far in 2020.

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The Pre-Season Show | Episode Nine with Andy Brayshaw

Andy Brayshaw stops by the desk for a chat filled with plenty of personal stories, the best and worst golfers at the club, family traditions and stitch-ups galore for his teammates.

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