Played 38 games and scored 70 goals for West Perth: 1967-1971
Worked for more than 50 years as a pre-eminent commentator, media performer, host and master of ceremonies.
Called football for radio stations 3AW, 3UZ and 3AK and on television for Channel Seven, Channel Nine and ABC-TV. Hosted the Tony Charlton Football Show on Channel Nine, and conducted one of the most famous interviews in football history with sacked Melbourne coach Norm Smith in 1965.
Former leading VFL umpire who later became a household name as a radio and television broadcaster.
Officiated in 153 games (1948-60), including the 1955 Grand Final and six state games. Later became VFL Director of Umpiring (1980-81).
|2000||Geoff Christian||Chief football writer for the West Australian for 28 years, 1961-1988.||13/10/1934|
Best known by television viewers as the presenter of World of Sport which ran on the Seven Network for nearly 30 years.
|1996||R.W.E. Wilmot||Writing for The Argus in 1935, he was given an award by the AFL for 46 years of journalism. His work was characterised by authority, wisdom and generosity.||4/10/1869|
A pioneer of football broadcasts on 3AW and 3KZ.
In 1931, broadcast his first match from Princes Park standing on a ladder at the end of the dressing rooms.
Joined The Argus newspaper in 1917 and became a highly respected football writer.
Chief football writer on The Sporting Globe.
Chief football writer for The Herald newspaper in Melbourne, 1945-1979.