Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe poised to add another career milestone when he runs out for this 200th AFL game

Taj StubberGreat Southern Herald
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Nat Fyfe will join some Fremantle greats when he plays his 200th game on Saturday.
Camera IconNat Fyfe will join some Fremantle greats when he plays his 200th game on Saturday. Credit: Getty Images

Lake Grace legend and Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe will join a decorated group when he runs out for his 200th AFL game this weekend with the Dockers.

Fyfe will join the likes of Matthew Pavlich, Aaron Sandilands, Luke McPharlin, David Mundy, Shaun McManus and Paul Hasleby to reach the milestone for Fremantle.

The dual Brownlow medallist will become the 11th player in the club’s 27-year history to notch a double century when he faces Hawthorn in Tasmania on Saturday.

So far this season, Fyfe has averaged 25 disposals, six clearan-ces and four tackles per game.

Nat Fyfe is set to play his 200th game.
Camera IconNat Fyfe is set to play his 200th game. Credit: AFL Photos

He played junior football for Lake Grace-Pingrup before moving to Perth for high school.

The 29-year-old was drafted in 2009 and made his AFL debut in 2010.

He quickly became one of the stars of the competition, winning the Brownlow Medal in 2015 and again in 2019.

He is a three-time All Australian, including in 2019 when he was named captain of the side, and a three-time Doig medallist as Fremantle’s best and fairest.

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