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My favourite moment in the 2005 grandfinal an outstanding mark by Leo Barry

One of the best - Leo Barry's mark in the dying seconds of the 2005 Sydney Swans grand final win

Legend - Roy Cazaly (St Kilda, South Melbourne). Games – 198 St K 99, Sth Melb 99. Legendary ruckman whose name was invoked as a catchcry on the battlefields in World War II. His spectacular leaping and strong ruckwork made him an awesome player.

Games – 198 St K Sth Melb Legendary ruckman whose name was invoked as a catchcry on the battlefields in World War II. His spectacular leaping and strong ruckwork made him an awesome player.

Legend - Bob Skilton (South Melbourne). Games 237. His skills were the best in the game and his ability to find and use the footy was unmatched. A fair ball player, he embodied many of the game's finest traditions.

Games His skills were the best in the game and his ability to find and use the footy was unmatched. A fair ball player, he embodied many of the game's finest traditions.

A Lap Of Honour For Sydney Swans Legend Adam Goodes

A Lap Of Honour For Sydney Swans Legend Adam Goodes

The AFL grand final in Melbourne on Saturday is not only a celebration of the two finest teams in the league, but of the veteran players retiring from the game. One such legend, Sydney Swans champion.

south melbourne football club afl - Google Search

south melbourne football club afl - Google Search

Vic Belcher. Played 1907-1920. Games South Melbourne 226. Coach South Melbourne, Fitzroy 1914-1927. Umpire 1921-1930. Premiership player South Melbourne 1909, 1918.

Vic Belcher. Played 1907-1920. Games South Melbourne 226. Coach South Melbourne, Fitzroy 1914-1927. Umpire 1921-1930. Premiership player South Melbourne 1909, 1918.

Jack Reedman. Played 1884-1903. Played in the South Australian Football Association for Adelaide, North Adelaide and South Adelaide and played in six premierships. He played one Test cricket match for Australia.

Played Played in the South Australian Football Association for Adelaide, North Adelaide and South Adelaide and played in six premierships. He played one Test cricket match for Australia.

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Legend - Bob Pratt (South Melbourne). Games – 158. High-leaping full-forward who kicked a record 150 goals in 1934. Brilliant mark and kick who exuded confidence and spearheaded South Melbourne during a successful era for the club.

Games – High-leaping full-forward who kicked a record 150 goals in Brilliant mark and kick who exuded confidence and spearheaded South Melbourne during a successful era for the club.

Lockett had a love-hate relationship with umpires. In 1988 Peter Carey wanted to know if Plugger had any idea why Grant Lawrie wasn’t moving.

Tony Locketts status as an AFL legend is now merely official. Plugger had been a legend in the minds of St Kilda and Sydney Swans supporters long before he vanished into reclusive retirement.

Peter Burns. Played 1897-1902. Games South Melbourne (VFA) then Geelong 89. Premierships South Melbourne 1885, 1889, 1890, 1891.

Played Games South Melbourne (VFA) then Geelong Premierships South Melbourne

Ron Clegg. Played 1945-1960. Games South Melbourne 231. Brownlow medal 1949.

Ron Clegg. Played 1945-1960. Games South Melbourne 231. Brownlow medal 1949.

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