Subiaco Congratulates Premiership Player Mundy on 300 AFL Games

Friday, April 26, 2019 - 6:52 AM

Former Subiaco premiership player David Mundy is set to achieve an incredible AFL feat by playing in his 300th AFL match this weekend.


The popular Mundy who is a former captain of the Fremantle Dockers becomes just the second Fremantle player to achieve the 300 game milestone, after long-time teammate Matthew Pavlich.


Mundy also joins Pavlich as just the second player from a West Australian based AFL club to play in 300 AFL matches.


Mundy came to Western Australia and Fremantle as part of the 2003 AFL National Draft where he was the 19th pick from that draft.


Hailing from Seymour in regional Victoria and having played with the Murray Bushrangers in the TAC Cup, Mundy has become one of Fremantle’s greatest draft successes.


While most remember a glittering 300 game career at AFL level, which has seen him rarely miss a game since 2005, most forget about the 20 games that Mundy played for Subiaco across 2004 and 2005.


As part of the AFL Draftees process in WA football back in 2003, Subiaco were able to select Mundy to have Subiaco his WAFL representative club.


Mundy joined Subiaco just as they were beginning their golden era of success, playing in 19 games in 2004 and another game in 2005 as part of that 20 game WAFL career.


Playing in 19 of a possible 22 games in 2004, Mundy became a mainstay of the Subiaco defensive group and played a key role in Subiaco’s 2004 premiership.


Playing a in a defensive group that included former AFL players in Josh Wooden and Todd Holmes, Mundy would go on to form a strong key defensive duo with what would go on to be a club legend in Darren Rumble.


Mundy and Rumble who were both starting their respective AFL journeys at that point became WAFL premiership players together, with Rumble going on to win another five premierships with the Lions.


After debuting with Fremantle in Round 6 of 2005, as most Subiaco fans expected having seen him perform at WAFL level, Mundy was never seen again in the WAFL, now having played 299 AFL games.


The entire Subiaco Football Club congratulates David Mundy on reaching the 300 game AFL milestone.