Mark Brady – Big V Champion

Hailing from Old Scotch and St Kevin’s Old Boys, Brady is a legendary figure. Known for his unrivalled passion and outstanding contributions to the game, making his Big V debut in the Under 19 side in 1989. Brady would be rewarded a further seven times most notably in the 1994 Carnival where he was named a member of the All Amateur Team.

In his final game in the Big V in 1997, he was named the best player on the ground against the VCFL. As a Big V Champion, his skill, determination, and sportsmanship were a feature of his football during the 90’s.

Brady may be the only player in the VAFA to have played representative football in each year he was a registered member of the competition.