Fraser boys do their clubs proud
BUSSELTON captain Aidan Fraser is having a career best season, a year after his brother, Mitch, did the same for East Perth.
Aidan has kicked 29 goals in 12 matches, leading his young side with pride.
The 25-year-old said he was pleased with his form and the development of the young playing group.
Last year, Mitch Fraser was in a similar position, averaging almost 20 disposals a game in his third season as a stable in the league team.
The 23-year-old was playing alongside some of the State’s best, including a number of West Coast Eagles players who were plying their trade in the WAFL.
He even won the 2016 best and fairest award at the club.
Unfortunately for Mitch, his year ended in Round One, when he suffered a season-ending injury when he tore his anterior cruciate ligament.
Aidan said he had a few talks with his younger brother, who was disappointed with the serious injury.
“Him and his partner had their first child about three weeks after that, so it was sort of a blessing in disguise as he didn’t have to be at the club six days a week,” he said.
Aidan said he would love to one-day play alongside Mitch at the Magpies.
“Hopefully it happens when he is done having a crack at the big time,” he said.
Busselton captain Aidan Fraser is having a great season in front of goals.