A former top-20 draft pick, Briody is now renowned, even at his young age, as one of the most consistent batsmen in the top leagues. His excellent technique and deft handling of the spinners saw him purchased from Jksc for just over half a million as a teenager, and in 2nd XI matches for the Eagles he showcased a rare acuity of game awareness, knowing how to bat for time or up the ante as required. He took time to settle into the first-class side when called up in season 33 but justified his place with a brace of hard-fought centuries in the back half of the season. Similarly in his sophomore season, he endured some lean patches but was persisted with before eventually repaying the faith with a magnificent 218 against Too Short For Chess: a breakthrough innings.
Since then, Briody has been firmly entrenched in the Eagles' middle order. After struggling to convert good form in season 35 - he managed to break the 1,000-run barrier without scoring a century - he corrected that in scoring three hundreds in another 1,000-run effort the next season, which included a career-best 245 not out against eventual champions the North Eastern Magic. As of the end of season 37, Briody is fast approaching 5,000 career runs and is still hitting his prime as a batsman. His current career average of 43 looks set to rise.
Briody is one of those exceptional Batsman-Fielder you will find in this game. He had more than 35 bids at the time of sale, which speaks about his talent.
However the best thing happened to his career is the change of club. Moving from Jksc, he found home at Jksc's transfer friend James018 at Green Valley Eagles, one of the top notch club at CC.
He was maybe transferred at an undervalued price but the exposure and quality, he would learn cannot be matched to any price.
Before leaving Jksc, he made a statement and said " I always wanted to play FC Tier1 and wanted to be a integral part of a top club, which I have now."
He is all set to rock the top tier & division of top leagues within few seasons with a top class side ' Green Valley Eagles'.