|Date of birth||8 September 1968|
|Original team||West Perth WAFL|
|Debut||Round 5, 1995, Fremantle
v. Western Bulldogs, at Western Oval
Fremantle (1995)7 games, 2 goals
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2006 season.
Neil Mildenhall (born 8 September 1968) is an Australian rules footballer who played for the Fremantle Dockers in 1995. He was drafted from West Perth in the WAFL as a predraft selection in the 1994 AFL Draft and played mainly as a wingman.
Originally from Victoria, Mildenhall moved to WA in 1993 to play for West Perth and was an immediate success, winning the Sandover Medal in that year. A tall wingman, he had limited success in the AFL with Fremantle, but remained a regular player for West Perth, playing 100 games for the Falcons and being a member of their 1995 premiership side.
Since retiring from playing, Mildenhall has continued to be involved as a coach of the West Perth colts and was an assistant coach for the state under 18s squad in 2006.
- Neil Mildenhall's statistics from AFL Tables
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