David Mundy still has plenty to offer at the top level

David Mundy
01 May, 2019 by Liam Sheedy

David Mundy joined an exclusive club when he played game 300 against the Western Bulldogs last Saturday night.

The midfielder joining Matthew Pavlich as the only other Docker to reach the 300 game milestone at AFL level.

The celebration

Not only was the night memorable for Fremantle enjoying victory over the Bulldogs but Mundy was a significant contributor gathering 28 disposals and kicking two goals.

This quality performance reflected by Ross Lyon and Luke Beveridge in the AFLCA voting with the milestone man receiving eight votes to be voted second best afield.

The form guide

The 33 year-old has played every game for the Dockers thus far in 2019. He is still averaging an impressive 25 disposals per game.

Still an important cog in the Freo midfield, the veteran shows no signs of slowing down. Mundy is currently ranked second in the league for total clearances.

This week Ross Lyon gave every indication Mundy had a future at the club beyond this season.
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He’s not going to the end, he’s bursting through the 300.It’s one week at a time obviously, but I know he’s keen to go on and we’re keen for him to go on.”

It is a glittering CV that has seen the Victorian captain the club, win All-Australian selection and a Doig Medal as club best & fairest in what has been a truly remarkable and consistent career.

Based on current form the David Mundy journey unquestionably has another chapter to be written this year and beyond.

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