Brendon AH CHEE

#41   West Coast

Age: 25yr 11mth Games: 27 Born: Dec 21, 2020
Height: 188cm Weight: 89kg Position:

2017 Digest:   Another Port player who needs to close the gap between best and worst. Needs a good start to re-establish himself in best 22.

2017 NAB Cup:  

2017 Season

Played for : Port Adelaide

3 SANFL Easily Port’s best with 30 possessions and three goals. On the cusp of an AFL recall.
4 SANFL Laid as many tackles (eight) as he had disposals. Big drop-off after a sterling Round One display.
5 SANFL Back to his best with 21 disposals and tree majors. An elite talent at SANFL level.
6 SANFL Only 15 disposals but competed well in the air and crashed in typically hard.
7 SANFL In red-hot form. Monstered Sturt in the clinches with 25 disposals, nine clearances and two majors.
8 GCS Back in the side and added some zip and defensive workrate as forward. Rewarded with a career-best three goals. 7
9   Bye.  
10 Geel Got under the guard for 16 touches and a goal but was wasteful at times given only seven effective disposals. 4
11 Haw Stylish goal on stroke off half time and string throughout with six clearances and six inside-50. Getting better each week. 7
12 Ess Didn’t touch the Sherrin until second term and had no impact at all. 3
13 SANFL Bore in for 22 disposals and seven tackles but definitely wasn’t at his best.
14 SANFL Bye.
15 SANFL Tough afternoon but did plenty of good things with 24 possessions and four inside 50s.
16 SANFL Chalked up 23 possessions and his bullocking clearance work, especially in the second term, floored the Crows.
17 SANFL Port’s best in losing cause. Typically, tough on the ground and exciting aerially, finishing with 24 touches.
18 SANFL Dynamic once again with three majors and 29 possessions. His third quarter was particularly sizzling.
19   Bye.  
20 SANFL Had 22 touches and six tackles and was enjoyed a massive second half. The Power could have used his grunt in Showdown disaster.
21 Coll Returned to the side and didn’t disappoint with a goal and lots of creativity. 5
22 SANFL Set the tone early for the Pies in their big win. Belligerent in the midfield with 24 touches and two goals.
23 SANFL Pushed the ball into attack constantly and dangerously, chalking up 27 disposals, six inside 50s.
EF SANFL Atoned for a poor effort against Sturt with an outstanding, bullocking midfield display, chalking up 22 possessions.

2016 Season

Played for : Port Adelaide

1 StK Spent plenty of time in the centre square but struggled in general play. 5
2 Adel Power won the tackle count 70-64, and Ah Chee led the way with nine. 5
3 Ess Started in the centre square on several occasions and won four clearances. 5
4 GWS Worked hard to win his own footy after a slow start. 4
5 SANFL Had a real red-hot crack with 22 possessions, seven tackles.
6 Rich Half forward with Houli his opponent. Did some eye-catching things to play a role. 6
7 Bris The best exponent of the long handball in the game at the moment. 6
8 Carl In and out of the game playing a number of different roles. Just eight touches. 3
9 SANFL Kicked three goals and impressed with his tackling and pressure.
10 SANFL Bye.
11 SANFL Game-busting display, especially in the second half with two goals.
12 SANFL Strong in the clinches again. His second half got Port moving.
13 SANFL Had his moments and tried his hardest in a beaten midfield.
14 SANFL Bye.
15 SANFL Pinch-hit in ruck and tackled hard but never quite got going.
16 SANFL Steady game in the clinches. Enjoyed a big fourth term.
17 NM Strong in contests and one of the drivers of strong start. 6
18 GWS Second game back after being recalled, could return to the SANFL. 4
19 Bris Two goals, three contested marks and four scoring assists. Used his opportunities. 6
20 Syd Missed a few chances and was in and out of the game. Ball use was sloppy. 3
21 SANFL Hunted the footy ferociously and always looked threatening with it.
22 SANFL Pulled down one of the marks of the year in a fine overall game.
23 SANFL Bye.

2015 Season

Played for : Port Adelaide

2 SANFL Provided inside grunt, 23 touches, six tackles, two goals.
3 NM Sub. Tackled hard when entering game in debut half way through final term. 1
4 Haw Got a reprieve with the late injury to Gray, played the last 20 minutes. 1
5 SANFL Awesome around the contest early but vanished in the second half.
6 WCE Produced 30m handball in the final term to set up a Monfries goal. 2
7 SANFL Solid at the stoppages, chalking up 25 possessions.
8 SANFL Bye.
9   Knee.  
10 SANFL Port's best with 30 touches, nine inside 50s and seven clearances.
11 SANFL Huge first half in big win. Set the tone with his stoppage work.
12 Carl Sub. Kicked a goal soon after coming on and had a handful of touches. 2
14 Syd Sent to Kennedy at one point but not up to that. Tried hard to find ball. 5
15 Coll Started as the sub, laid five tackles in minimal game time. 4
16 Adel Two clearances but very little else. 2
17 SANFL Not disgraced but certainly outpointed by Sturt's midfielders.
18 SANFL Banged in for eight clearances but a bit off the boil.
19 SANFL Pressing for an AFL recall. Had 26 touches, 12 tackles and a major.
20 GWS Playing just his eighth game and best on ground with three goals. 8
21 Haw Backed up breakout game. Made up for late error with nice goal on run. 6
22 GCS Played second fiddle to Amon; did some nice things. 6
23 Frem Finished the game strongly with eight disposals in the last term. 6

2014 Season

Played for : Port Adelaide

1 PM Weekend off.
2 PM Did some nice things but needed to get more of it.
3 SANFL Seven possessions, seven tackles summed up his evening.
4 SANFL Played his part in landslide victory with two first-half goals.
5 SANFL 11 touches and four inside 50s for the Magpies. OK.
6   Ankle.  
7   Ankle.  
8 SANFL Was everywhere when the contest was on early.
9 SANFL Huge goalsquare pack mark in third term his highlight.
10 SANFL Played reasonably well.
11 SANFL Bye.
12 SANFL Tackled and ran hard both ways, tried hard at the stoppages.
13 SANFL Strong performance with 20 touches and two-way running.
14 SANFL Struggled to break the Bloods' shackles all day.
15 SANFL Hurt Sturt with inside ball-winning and tackling pressure.
16 SANFL Bye.
17 SANFL Kicked Port's first goal and was good in patches in close.
18 SANFL Tough and influential in the clinches and provided nice ruck relief.
19 SANFL Provided grunt early and tackled hard all afternoon.
20 SANFL Had a full crack but only had six kicks among his 28 possessions.
21 SANFL Won his share of inside ball and provided brief ruck relief.
22 SANFL Had a real crack in tight, chalking up 22 possessions, six clearances.
23 SANFL Bye.
QF SANFL Industrious early but went completely missing late.
EF SANFL Industrious early but went completely missing late.
SF SANFL Started slowly but was sizzling towards the end.
PF SANFL Never stopped trying but made a couple of costly blues.

2013 Season

Played for : Port Adelaide

1 SANFL Minimal impact in South Adelaide’s loss to Glenelg.
2   Knee.  
3 SANFL Kicked a goal and was OK in Port Magpies reserves.
4 SANFL Worked hard in South Adelaide reserves.
5 SANFL Midfield spark in Port's reserves best win.
6 SANFL Crashed in hard but did little away from the packs.
7 SANFL Bye.
8   Finger.  
9 SANFL Recovered from injured finger and didn't look out of place.
10 SANFL Bye.
11 SANFL Played his role in huge Port triumph.
12 SANFL Slotted a tide-turning second-quarter goal.
13 SANFL Provided second-term spark for Port, otherwise quiet.
14 SANFL Was influential in spurts.
15 SANFL Bye.
16 SANFL One of his better games for the Magpies. Fearless.
17 SANFL Started brilliantly but provided nothing in second half.
18 SANFL Barely got in the thick of the action in Port's win.
19 SANFL Minimal impact in Magpies’ disappointing loss.
20 SANFL Kicked a goal late in second term but not a lot else.
21 SANFL Switched on early and remained serviceable in various roles.
22 SANFL Had his moments but doesn't impose enough over four quarters.
23 SANFL Started promisingly but faded out of the contest.
QF SANFL Found niche as pinch-hitting forward, jagged three goals.
EF SANFL Found niche as pinch-hitting forward, jagged three goals.