Peter Davidson (footballer)
|Full name||Peter Davidson|
|Date of birth||29 August 1963|
|Height/Weight||183 cm / 80 kg|
|West Coast Eagles
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1990.
Davidson was signed up by West Coast for their inaugural season in 1987 after strong performances in the WAFL for Claremont, with whom he won a 'Fairest and Best' award in 1985. He had also represented Western Australia in an interstate match against Victoria at Subiaco in 1986. At West Coast, Davidson suffered from soft tissue injuries and managed just two appearances, prompting him to retire from the VFL at the end of the season.
However he returned to the league in 1990 with Brisbane and in his first game kicked two goals against Geelong. A wingman, Davidson didn't play again until late in the season but put together five successive games to finish the year and performed well against Sydney with 28 disposals and five tackles.
He left Brisbane after just one season but continued playing football in the WAFL with East Fremantle and was a member of their 1992 premiership team.
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