Sky's the limit for Ainsworth

The meteoric rise of Brayden Ainsworth has impressed onlookers nation-wide with the Esperance teenager selected in the All-Australian ranks after a sensational State Nationals Carnival.

Ainsworth played a strong role in every one of WA’s matchups which led to his selection among the most exciting youngsters in the country.

The humble midfielder spoke highly of the experience and hopes to take his Black Ducks form into the rest of the 2017 season.
“It was a really good experience to get around the boys and be coached by some of the best in the business,
“I learnt a lot about being around the contest and made strong efforts to tackle and do the 1% efforts as well as getting the ball. The more you work the more you are involved. Hopefully I can transition some of that form into consistency for Subi.” Said Ainsworth

The incredible rise of the youngsters’ form and the resulting All-Australian selection has surprised himself after only moving to Perth at the start of the year.

“This is all pretty un-expected, six months ago I was still in Esperance. I’m honoured to received that recognition. At the start of the carnival I would have been happy to get a kick so to get named in that regards was pretty incredible,”
"It’s been a growing experience, because finding out that I could move from Esperance, overcome the home sickness and get stuck into the footy gave me the confidence that I can achieve anything that I put my mind to.” Said Ainsworth
Ainsworth dishes out a handball for the WA U18's 
With six games left in the season and possible AFL opportunities looming at the end Ainsworth is focussed on the trajectory of his improvement.

“I want to get quicker and get my 20 metre dash under three seconds. There will also be a focus on skills and execution to make that stronger under pressure and in space. A bit of strength and conditioning will also be on the agenda,” said Ainsworth

“SFC Football Operations Manager Dan Vidovich has also set up a program to prepare me for the Combine if I’m nominated by the end of the season.” Added Ainsworth

Despite only being in the fledgling moments of his football career Ainsworth was swift to give credit where it was due.

“My colts coach back home, Kingsley Hutchingson and my dad Barry deserve recognition for their presence when I was in Esperance. My family as well including my brothers,”
“For my football in particular Hutchingson, David Rowe and now Jarrad Schofield have been fantastic influences. Clancy Wheeler and the Esperance boys at the club helped me acclimatise to the change as well.”
Ainsworth played his first senior game for the reserves last week gathering 17 disposals and kicking three goals.
The youngster is expected to play more senior football in the near future including Round 17 against Claremont.


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