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Personal information
Original teamMount Buller Demons
Club information
Current clubGold City Royals
Playing career1
YearsClubGames (Goals)
Mount Buller Demons
Gold City Royals
Dragons FFC
32 (26)
10 (9)
20 (12)
62 (47)
1 Playing statistics to end of S17 .
Career highlights
Deddy is a player for Dragons FFC in the Sweet FA.


Early days (S14-15)[edit]

Deddy was snapped up early by the Mount Buller Demons , after posing his request to join a Sweet FA side just after Season 13 had come to a close. He didn't take very long to adjust to the league's style, with his confidence and wit suggesting he was to be a long-term player for the Demons, and his on-field form in the pre-season, all-conquering at points, almost getting the Demons to a third pre-season cup.

His posting ability quickly led to a key spot in the side, playing predominantly in the midfield but also in the ruck and as a tall forward. The all-round skill on display led to a lot of possession and with his consistent posting output came a quick rise amongst the Sweet FA ranks and a favoured candidate for the EKA Medal, where he eventually finished in second place. Regardless, his consistent yet explosive performances earned him a Deestroy Medal in his first year to go with eight votes in the Mobbenfuhrer Medal.

Throughout Season 15, he maintained his position in the ruck and performed solidly, but a lack of posting form saw him moved out of the position[1]. He expressed his disgruntlement with the decision in the Demons' team thread and, a week later, quit the Demons[2].

Towards the end of Season 15, he was announced as a part of the bid made by expansion team Gold City Royals for an entry into the league for Season 16.

Gold City Royals (S16-)[edit]

Deddy was welcomed to the Royals as one of their most senior posters, and as such captain Easty made the decision to announce him as his deputy[3], alongside Snappy!. Though previously playing as a ruckman, Deddy was trialled up forward in a practice match, kicking two goals.[4]


Season GM D HO K M H T FF FA G B
S14 19 348 46 190 18 158 49 22 16 16 7