Simon Black


Simon Black


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Simon Black stamped himself as one of the truly elite midfielders of the modern era when he won the games's most coveted individual honour in 2002, the Brownlow Medal. It was the ultimate reward for the ultimate team player, who has the best peripheral vision and ballgetting ability since dual Brownlow medallist, Greg Williams.

Simon is only the sixth man in the 107 year history of AFL/VFL to win the Brownlow Medal and the Club Champion award in a premiership year. He is also only the sixth player in history to win back to back best and fairest in consectutive premiership years.

Born in Mt Isa, Queensland, but raised in Perth, Simon played his junior football for Bullcreek. He was drafted for the All Australian team in 1997 and was called up to the Brisbane Lions in 1998.

Simon has completed various business studies and is currently a lecturer for the Youth Suicide Prevention Cause - Here For Life. Simon is a true believer in working hard and enjoying the moment. He likes surfing, relaxing and socialising with friends.

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