Matthew Bate Net Worth
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The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2017 year – is about $124,9 Million.
Matthew Bate information Birth date: 1987-05-24 Profession:Camera Department
:How tall is Matthew Bate – 1,65m.
How much weight is Matthew Bate – 70kg
Matthew Bate (born 24 May 1987) is an Australian rules footballer and former player for the Melbourne Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). At the conclusion of the 2012 AFL season, he was delisted by the Melbourne Football Club and subsequently drafted to the Essendon Football Clubs reserve side in the Victorian Football League (VFL).Bate plays as a tall forward or midfielder. He won the Morrish Medal as best player in the TAC Cup in 2004. He was drafted 13th overall by Melbourne in the 2004 AFL Draft and made his AFL debut in Round 5 of the 2006 season.Bates achievements as a senior player include a nomination for the NAB AFL Rising Star award for his performance against Carlton in Round 18 of the 2006 season. In the 2007 season for Melbourne, Bate finished third in the clubs Best and Fairest Award (the Keith Bluey Truscott Medal) with 179 votes, behind the winner James McDonald (260 votes) and fellow second season player Nathan Jones (190 Votes). In 2009 he came second in the clubs goal kicking.Having completed his fifth full year of senior AFL football for the Melbourne Demons, Bate appeared to have become an important member of the team who was versatile and could be utilized across half-forward, in the midfield or at full forward, Bate has been commended for his fine marking, booming kicks and endurance. However, in 2011 he only played nine games for Melbourne, despite showing good form for Casey in the VFL. He finished second in the 2011 J. J. Liston Trophy, awarded to the VFLs best and fairest player.During Trade Week of 2011, Matthew Bate requested a trade to the Western Bulldogs. However, after Mark Neeld was appointed as Melbournes new coach he was retained and not traded.
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