Editorial: Josh Kennedy and David Mundy epitomise the spirit of the game

Editorial: Josh Kennedy and David Mundy epitomise the spirit of the game

They’re two giants of the game.

Between them, West Coast’s Josh Kennedy and Fremantle’s David Mundy have played 663 games of the AFL and kicked 874 goals for their clubs.

It’s difficult to imagine WA footy without them.

When Mundy made his debut for the Dockers in 2005, several of his current teammates were still in nappies.

Josh Kennedy was traded to West Coast at the end of the 2007 season for dual-Brownlow medallist Chris Judd. Despite Judd’s star power, the Eagles would comfortably say today they go the better end of the deal.

Because as well as being outstanding athletes, both Kennedy and Mundy are outstanding blokes.

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