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Ashley Prescott born 11 September is a former Australian rules footballer. Prescott made his debut in for Richmond, being recruited from Mount Waverley. He struggled to cement a place in the side, only playing 12 games in his first two seasons, but in he found his spot in the side as a midfield tagger, playing 21 games.
He then played every game of the season until he broke his collarbone in round 16, which sidelined him for the remainder of the year. After returning to the Richmond side in round 3 of Ash - David Prescott - Systems he played in 41 of Richmonds next 42 games, but at the end of the season he did not renew his contract Fall Down On Me (Extended Mix) - Solid - Fall Down On Me entered the pre-season draft.
He was selected by Fremantle with the second selection in the pre-season draft. His first year with the Dockers saw him place eighth in the best and fairest Ash - David Prescott - Systems his leadership and experience at the still-young club saw him awarded the best clubman. Hamstring injuries however restricted him to 17 games over the next Dead of Winter - Brick Walls - Tin Drum seasons and he announced his retirement from AFL football at the end of the season.
He had ambitions to become a league coach and was the Claremont Colts coach inbefore returning to WAFL football in with Claremont, switching from South Fremantle who he had represented in and whilst at Fremantle. He then retired from league football at the end of and was appointed league coach for the season. He took the Tigers to the grand final inandbut was beaten each time.
He was appointed the coach of the Western Australian state team in In October he was announced as an assistant coach to former Richmond teammate and new Essendon coach Matthew Knights. He is the son of David Prescottwho played 13 games for St Kilda in the early s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gold Coast Football Club. Archived from the original on 10 September Retrieved 16 August Melbourne: Crown Content.