Royce Brownlie

Royce Brownlie

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Royce Brownlie (born 28 January 1980) is an Australian football player. He last played as a striker for the Wellington Phoenix.

Club career

Royce Brownlie was born in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales and began his football career at the Queensland Academy of Sport, representing them in the National Youth League in the 1996-97 and 1997-98 seasons. Brownlie scored a hat-trick in QAS's 4-1 win over UTS Olympic in round seven of 1996–97, and several goals in the following season to earn his call-up to the Brisbane Strikers senior team for the end of the 1997–98 National Soccer League season. Brownlie made five appearances for the Strikers in 1997–98, but none the following season, and so moved to the Brisbane Premier League to play for the Brisbane Lions. The 2000 BPL season was a large success for Brownlie, as he scored 12 goals in just 11 appearances for the Lions, as well as making his representative debut and scoring a goal for Queensland against his home state in September.

Brownlie then signed with Marconi Stallions for 2000–01, scoring 6 goals in 24 appearances in his first season with the Sydney club. He made his true breakthrough the following season though, breaking an NSL scoring record by notching up 8 goals in a series of 4 matches, and ending the 2001–02 season with 11 goals from his 15 appearances. His success earned him an invitation to trial...
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