Brett Heady


Brett Heady

Infobox afl player | firstname = Brett
lastname = Heady




birthdate = Birth date and age|1970|1|4|df=y
birthplace =
originalteam = Subiaco
heightweight = 183cm / 82 kg
dead =
deathdate =
deathplace =
debutdate = 1990
debutteam = West Coast
debutopponent =
debutstadium =
playingteams = West Coast (1990-99)
* 156 games, 237 goals
coach =
coachingteams =
statsend = 1999
careerhighlights =

Brett Heady (born 4 January 1970) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with West Coast in the AFL from 1990 to 1997. He was named in West Coast's 'Team of the Decade' as a half forward.

Heady was a handy wing/half-forward player who was an opportunist when it came to scoring goals.

Heady played an important role in 1994, figuring heavily in the finals, kicking six against Melbourne in the preliminary final and then two in the Grand Final a week after, earning Heady his second AFL premiership medallion.

After 1997, Heady was forced to succumb to injury and announced his retirement.

External links

*AflRleague|ref=B/Brett_Heady.html


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