Matt Priddis is a former AFL player for the West Coast Eagles. Before his retirement in 2017, Matt Priddis played 235 games with the Eagles since making his debut in 2006, winning a club best and fairest in 2013 and the Brownlow Medal the next season, before finishing runner-up the following year.
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Testimonials for Matt Priddis
Excellent – well received by our audiences. Great discussion about motivation and goal-setting that linked back to our corporate values.
Electrical and Communications Association WA
Matt Priddis was the perfect choice for our event and had the audience hanging on his every word. His low-fuss attitude made everyone feel relaxed and he was also generous with his audience interaction during breaks (eg. Photos, autographs and chats!).
Mid West Sports Federation
Matt Priddis was fantastic with the young athletes. Very approachable. Matt’s speech was inspiring and directed at the children’s level. Highly recommend Matt as a guest speaker.
City of Kalamunda
It was an absolute honour to have Matt Priddis attend our annual awards night, he was so down to earth and personable. The group were fascinated by his story, hearing about the resilience and convictions that he exhibited which assisted him to win a Brownlow. Such a humble and engaging speaker, we were so impressed and would highly recommend Matt as a speaker.
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Matt Priddis's Biography
Matt Priddis is a former AFL player for the West Coast Eagles. Before his retirement in 2017, Matt Priddis played 235 games with the Eagles since making his debut in 2006, winning a club best and fairest in 2013 and the Brownlow Medal the next season, before finishing runner-up the following year. Matt Priddis was named in the All Australian team in 2015 as he helped the Eagles qualify for the grand final, only for the WA side to suffer a 46-point drubbing at the hands of Hawthorn.
Matt is one of only two players to win both the Brownlow and the WAFL's Sandover Medal, which he took out in 2006. In 2016, Matt led the league in tackles and was named in the 40-man All Australian squad.
Matt Priddis also won two Ross Glendinning Medals as the player judged best afield in a western derby and two Geoff Christian Medals, awarded by ABC Perth to the best West Coast or Fremantle player each season.