Adrian Bromage

Adrian Stuart Bromage (born 11 May 1971) is an Australian businessman and former Australian rules footballer who represented East Fremantle in the Western Australian Football League (WAFL) during the 1990s.

Adrian Bromage
Personal information
Full name Adrian Stuart Bromage
Date of birth (1971-05-11) 11 May 1971
Original team(s) Bairnsdale (GFL)
Position(s) Midfielder
Playing career1
Years Club Games (Goals)
1996–1998 East Fremantle 50 (10)
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1998.
Career highlights

Early career

Originally from Bruthen, Victoria, Bromage played senior football for the Bairnsdale Football Club in the Gippsland Football League (GFL) from the age of 16. He was selected to play for Victoria Country in the Teal Cup, but neglected a career in the Australian Football League (AFL) for university.[1]

WAFL career

Bromage was recruited to East Fremantle in the West Australian Football League (WAFL) for the 1996 season. He played 13 games in 1996, and another 16 in 1997, playing in the Sharks' losing grand final team in 1997.[2] He had a stand-out season in 1998, winning both the Sandover Medal, for the best player in the competition, and the Simpson Medal, for the best player in the Sharks' premiership-winning grand final team. Bromage left the WAFL at the end of 1998 to pursue business interests in Gippsland.[1]

Business career

Bromage is the owner of 5knots, a boutique accommodation complex in Metung.[3] He also served as Chairperson of East Gippsland Region Business and Tourism Association and the Shire’s Tourism Advisory Board, as well as the East Gippsland Economic Development Advisory board.[1]

Bromage coached Bairnsdale for five seasons, winning four premierships during that time.[1]

References

  1. Head, Ron (15 February 2011). "Where Are They Now?: Adrian Bromage". FootyGoss. Retrieved 16 September 2011.
  2. Adrian Bromage – WAFLOnline. Retrieved 16 September 2011.
  3. 5knots luxury accommodation. Retrieved 16 September 2011.
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