Bradley Hill Bio: He is a professional Australian footballer. He playing for the Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League.
He previously played for the Hawthorn Football Club from 2012 to 2016. He is a lively paced player who plays in the midfield.
|Birth Date||9 July 1993|
|Birth Place||Western Australia|
|Age||26 Years old|
|Net Worth||Update Soon|
Bradley Hill Biography
He was born on 9 July 1993 in Western Australia. The Hill brothers became the first siblings to play against each other in a Grand Final since the 1912 VFL Grand Final.
He was drafted to Hawthorn with the 33rd selection in 2011 AFL draft from the West Perth Football Club in the WAFL.
He is the younger brother of Fremantle’s Stephen Hill and the second cousin of former West Coast forward Josh Hill.
He made his debut for Hawthorn against West Coast in round 4 of the 2012 AFL season at Patersons Stadium.
He was the substitute player and replaced David Hale in the final quarter. Hill kicked 3 goals in his 5 matches for the year.
AFL season Hill switched to the number 10 guernsey and cemented his spot in the starting line-up, playing 24 out of 25 games and kicking 18 goals.
The performance that won him a 2013 AFL Rising Star nomination was his 17 disposal and two-goal effort in Hawthorn’s thrilling win against the Crows at AAMI Stadium in round 6.
Hill’s good form continued and he was selected for Hawthorn in the 2013 AFL Grand Final at the M.C.G. in front of 100,007 people.
In the first quarter, Hill passed the ball from the boundary to Jack Gunston in front of goals, which then provided Hawthorn with the first goal of the game.
He then repeated the trick in the 3rd quarter when Gunston pounced upon the spilled ball to spin around and kick his 4th goal to re-establish Hawthorn’s lead going into the final stanza.
Hill also kicked the sealer halfway through the final quarter, running into an open goal to ensure Paul Puopolo’s bouncing kick went through, thus giving Hawthorn a 5-goal lead which Fremantle could not overcome.
At the end of the 2016 season, Hill was traded to Fremantle, joining his brother Stephen.
Hill won the 2017 Doig Medal, Fremantle’s best-and-fairest award, in his first season at the club.
Bradley Hill advice To cousin Bobby
GREATER Western Sydney’s clash with Richmond on Sunday will double as a family reunion for debutant Bobby Hill.
The exciting Giants forward, picked for his first game in the club’s important round 17 fixture against the Tigers, will have his very own fan club at the MCG.
A large contingent of Hill’s family and friends from Perth will be at the ground and if the old Bay 13 was still around, the clan might just fill it up.
He’ll also have a family connection on the field, but Hill is unlikely to get as much support from his cousin, Tigers jet Sydney Stack.
One of the recruits of the year, Stack messaged Hill midweek to say congratulations, but once the ball bounces, both players will be trying to boot their respective teams to victory.
Hill told AFL.com.au the support and well wished he’s received this week from around the country has been pretty special, but the advice he’s been given has been minimal.
Star Fremantle midfielder and cousin Bradley Hill was one of many to offer some words of wisdom over a Facetime call.
Something special from Ian Hill on debut for @GWSGIANTS 👏!
— NEAFL (@neaflofficial) April 20, 2019
He just said, ‘go out there and play your own game and you’ll kill it’, Hill said.
Guys like Stephen Coniglio, Zac Williams, Zac Langdon and Jezza Finlayson just told me to take the game on and play my own game.
Leon Cameron told me not to think about things too much, so that’s the way I’m trying to go about it.
The Giants hold their gifted small forward in high regard, which was clear when they traded up to snare him at last year’s NAB AFL Draft with pick No.24.