Train the body and train the mind

Since being drafted in 2011, Lachie has racked up a list of awards that could span multiple careers. As he reaches the peak of his powers, there's no telling what's next for this high achiever. He also provides strong leadership to his younger teammates off the field by helping them get the best out of themselves. With skill and dexterity that is rarely seen of a player with his extensive football knowledge, Lachie is proof that it takes equally a strong mind as it does athletic ability to become a champion of the game.

Brisbane Star to Brownlow Medalist

Lachie’s rise to the very top of the AFL culminated in a stellar 2020 season in which he dominated the competition, sweeping the game’s major individual awards in a landslide – the AFLPA MVP, Coaches MVP and the crown jewel, the Brownlow Medal, polling an incredible 31 votes in 18 games to blitz the field by 10 votes. He repeated this incredible feat in 2023 to become only the 16 player in history to become a dual Brownlow Medalist.

Career highlights

• Brownlow Medalist: 2020, 2023

• Brisbane Lions Co-Captain: 2023 -

• Fremantle Best and Fairest: 2016, 2018

• Brisbane Best and Fairest: 2019, 2020

• All Australian: 2019, 2020, 2022

• AFLPA MVP: 2020

• AFL Coaches Association Award: 2020

Footy and family

As a new father, Lachie has a grounded understanding on the healthy balance footy and family need to have. This characterises Lachies approach to his craft as he has mastered preparation and professionalism to make the most efficient use of his precious time on the training track. Follow Lachie on instagram here:

“A lot of kids are spending unhealthy amounts of time on screens. The App uses a familiar platform to inspire them to make healthier choices.”

Lachie Neale