|Born||Todd George Breman
28 October 1965
Subiaco, Western Australia
Australian rules football career
|Domestic team information|
|First class debut||10 January 1986 Western Australia v New South Wales|
|Last First class||18 December 1987 Western Australia v Queensland|
|List A debut||16 February 1986 Western Australia v Queensland|
|Last List A||26 December 1987 Western Australia v Sri Lankans|
|Source: CricketArchive, 11 July 2016|
He had played cricket in the summer and football in the winter with the Subiaco Football Club, before pursuing a full-time career in Australian rules football in the Victorian Football League (now AFL).
After playing with the Subiaco Football Club in the WAFL and leading their goalscoring in 1987 and 1988, Breman was drafted in the 1988 VFL Draft to the West Coast Eagles. Debuting with the club in 1989, he played two seasons in the VFL/AFL before being cut.
After a year out of the AFL he was selected by the Richmond Football Club in 1992 before his AFL career ended after the 1993 season.
Breman was widely regarded as one of the longest kickers of an Australian rules football to have played the game. In 1991, Kevin Sheedy described him as the best footballer outside of the AFL.
- "Bernie Naylor Medalists". WAFL.com.au. West Australian Football Commission. Retrieved 11 July 2016.