James Brayshaw (JB)
JB began his sporting career as a professional cricketer for WA and South Australia. Doing sports reports on Adelaide radio led JB to a permanent role as a breakfast co-host on SA FM.
As JB's media repertoire expanded, so did his love of commentary. JB was a host of the Sydney Olympics and the 2001 Ashes Tour of England for the Seven Network.
In 2002 he was quickly snapped up by Triple M Footy to be a principal footy caller. In his spare time JB co-hosts the Nine Network’s ‘The Footy Show’, ‘Sunday Footy Show’ and is the Chairman of the North Melbourne Football Club
One of the great unconfirmed stories from the 80’s was about a young Geelong footballer named Billy Brownless kicking a football over a wheat silo.
Many have tried, but few have succeeded. Billy the footballer was inspirational, and Billy the media star is incomparable. His budding media career was stamped early with regular appearances on ‘The Footy Show’ and ‘Sunday Footy Show’ and a breakfast show on radio SEN.
‘William’ joined Triple M Football, reuniting with good mates Garry Lyon and James Brayshaw.
Please note: Billy holds the record for kicking the most goals in a game at the Gabba (11) and he also kicked a goal after the siren from 60 metres out to put the Cats into the 1994 Semi-Finals.