- James Brayshaw was the president of the North Melbourne football club and the host of 'The Footy Show'.
- Brayshaw played 10 years of first class cricket for Western Australia, South Australia and Lancashire in England.
- After retirement from cricket, Brayshaw made his way up in the sports media world, commentating and hosting programs on both television and radio.
- Brayshaws popularity in the media eventually lead to his appointment as co-host of the popular 'Footy Show' to replace Eddie McGuire.
- Brayshaw's passion for his beloved North Melbourne peaked when he took on the role as President of the club in 2007.
- Sports speaker
- Master of Ceremonies
James was great. So organised, professional and did his background research.