David Low – De La Salle – 200 games

This week De La Salle salutes one of its all-time greatest players on achieving 200 VAFA games. One of only two current players named in the club’s greatest ever team, David is highly respected at both club and VAFA level. He played his first senior game in 2005 and was club captain for five years between 2009 & 2013. In 2009 he tied for the Woodrow Medal with teammate Matt Fieldsend, was senior Best & Fairest in 2010, runner up in 2008 and 2009 and is the recipient of several other club awards. David has also represented the VAFA at U19, U23 and senior level.

The Lowe name is synonymous with De La Salle. David is the son of 1991 premiership captain Mark “Smacka’ Lowe and older brother of recent reserves skipper and club stalwart Simon. To play 200 games at the highest level in the VAFA is a testament to his skill and resilience and we thank David for his loyalty and contribution to our club.

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