Monday, August 19, 2013

Who can it be? No. 4

THIS footballer was born in 1941. He played with Ouse under captain/coach Geoff Burgess in 1962 and 63, winning the club’s best and fairest award in both years. At only 1.62 metres tall and about 70kg in weight, he made up for his lack of size with skill.

He played with New Norfolk from 1964 and was awarded Playing Life Membership for his record of playing 80 senior and 70 reserve games with the Eagles. He remained with the club until 1972. He returned to Ouse as captain/coach in 1973 and again won the best and fairest award.

While at New Norfolk he captained the reserves in 1970 and was that team's best and fairest winner. He won the George Watt Medal for the best and fairest player in the TFL Reserves in 1970 and 71. He finished his career with Maydena-Strathgordon Club after they were beaten in the first semi-final of the SEDFA in 1975.

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LES BARRATT

Researched by RAY AITCHISON
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