Mitch Honeychurch is a fiercely competitive midfielder/forward who wins plenty of contested ball and is also proficient on the outside.
Despite rehabilitating a broken arm in the early stages of the 2013 TAC Cup season, Honeychurch returned in time to play in the national championships for Vic Metro, going on to be named the team’s most valuable player and gain All Australian selection.
Honeychurch boasts clean hands and has no trouble racking up possessions, while also possessing the ability to shift forward and kick goals.
Honeychurch was drafted to the Kennel with the Bulldogs’ third selection (pick 60 overall) in the 2013 NAB AFL Draft, and debuted in round 15 of the 2014 Toyota AFL Premiership Season in the Western Bulldogs win over Melbourne.
2016 VFL Premiership Player – Footscray Bulldogs
Draft History: Pick 60, 2013 National Draft (Western Bulldogs)
Debut: Round 15, 2014 v Melbourne