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Terry Wallace
Terry Wallace (born 13 December 1958) is a former professional Australian rules football player and coach. As a player, his career spanned three VFL/AFL

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For the scientist, see Terry Wallace (geophysicist).

Terry Wallace Personal informationFull name Terry WallaceNickname(s) PloughDate of birth (1958-12-13) 13 December 1958 (age 59)Place of birth VictoriaOriginal team(s) Camberwell (VFA)Position(s) MidfielderPlaying career1Years Club Games (Goals)1978–1986 Hawthorn 174 0(96)1987 Richmond 011 00(7)1988–1991 Footscray 069 0(20)Total 254 (123)Coaching careerYears Club Games (W–L–D)1996–2002 Western Bulldogs 148 0(79–67–2)2005–2009 Richmond 099 0(37–60–2)Total 247 (116–127–4) 1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1991.Career highlights
  • 3× VFL premiership player: 1978, 1983, 1986
  • 2× Peter Crimmins Perpetual Memorial Trophy: 1981, 1983
  • 2× Charles Sutton Medal: 1988, 1989
  • All-Australian team (player): 1988
  • All-Australian team (coach): 1998
  • VFL Team of the Year: 1982, 1983
  • Australian Football Hall of Fame
Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com

Terry Wallace (born 13 December 1958) is a former professional Australian rules football player and coach.

As a player, his career spanned three VFL/AFL clubs; most notably Hawthorn where he played in three premierships as well as achieving All-Australian selection honours on three separate occasions, two with Hawthorn and the other with Footscray Football Club, where he also earned two Best and Fairest awards.

As coach, he took the Western Bulldogs from 15th in 1996 to 3rd when he featured in the documentary Year of the Dogs a position in which the club held in 1997 and 1998 during which he was named coach of the All-Australian team. Wallace's coaching style is considered to be innovative and he is credited with having started the modern practice of sides warming up on the field before a match. However Wallace's coaching career at Richmond between 2005 and 2009 was not so successful, and he stepped down from coaching in June 2009.

His son, Brent Wallace, is currently a field umpire in the AFL.

Contents
  • 1 Playing career
  • 2 Coaching career
    • 2.1 Western Bulldogs
    • 2.2 Richmond
  • 3 Statistics
    • 3.1 Playing statistics
    • 3.2 Coaching statistics
  • 4 References
Playing career

Wallace was Hawthorn's centreman from the late 1970s through the 1980s. Recruited from VFA club Camberwell, he was a member of Hawthorn's 1978 premiership side in what was his debut season. Nicknamed 'Plough' for his knack of crashing through packs, Wallace was Hawthorn's best and fairest winner in 1981 and 1983, the latter in another premiership year. He played in one further premiership side at Hawthorn in 1986. Often polling well in the Brownlow Medal counts, Wallace finished equal third in 1982 and equal sixth in 1983.

After a contractual dispute with Hawthorn, Wallace received a clearance to Richmond but struggled in his only season with the club, eventually ending the year prematurely with a back injury. He finished his playing career with four seasons at Footscray which yielded back to back Charles Sutton Medals in 1988 and 1989.

Coaching career Western Bulldogs

In the middle of the 1996 AFL season he took over as the Western Bulldogs coach following the sacking of incumbent coach Alan Joyce. At the end of the 1996 season they finished 15th. In the 1997 season Wallace quickly rebuilt the side, finishing third at the end of the season. In the first qualifying final they defeated Sydney but then lost in the preliminary final to Adelaide. In 1998 the Bulldogs finished second at the end of the season. In the qualifying finals they defeated the West Coast Eagles but lost in the preliminary final to Adelaide for the second year in a row.

In the 1999 AFL season Wallace led the Bulldogs to fourth at the end of the season but in the qualifying finals they lost to West Coast then in the semi finals they lost to the Brisbane Lions. In the 2000 AFL season the Bulldogs finished seventh but in the elimination finals they were knocked out by the Brisbane Lions. During this season the Bulldogs were the only team to defeat Essendon as Wallace employed "flooding" tactics. In the 2001 AFL season the Bulldogs struggled and finished tenth and then kept struggling in the next season. Wallace resigned as Bulldogs coach at the end of the 2002 season with one match left to go, which Peter Rohde coached and was eventually employed full-time.

Wallace was linked to the Sydney Swans job in mid-2002 when Rodney Eade was sacked following a narrow round 12 loss to Geelong. It was rumoured that there was a verbal agreement that the Swans would appoint him as their senior coach for the 2003 season.[1] But Wallace was not given the Swans job and it went to then-interim coach Paul Roos, despite Wallace resigning as coach of the Bulldogs with one match remaining in the season.

During the period that Wallace was not coaching he became a prominent media personality with roles on Fox Footy channel, and as a columnist in Melbourne newspaper the Herald Sun, which he still maintains.

Richmond

In August 2004 he was appointed the senior coach of Richmond for five seasons from 2005, replacing Danny Frawley.

His first year at Richmond was unsuccessful as they finished twelfth at the end of the 2005 season despite spending most of the first half of the season in the top eight, mostly in the top four. In 2006, three straight crushing defeats at the start of the season placed them at the bottom of the ladder, but they recovered to win five out of the next seven games, including a win against the Adelaide Crows, who were on top of the AFL ladder at the time; but they did not make the finals, just missing out and finishing ninth at the end of the 2006 season.

The 2007 AFL Season proved to be Wallace's worst at any club.[2] Richmond won only three games to finish last on the ladder. The Tigers lost the first five games of the season by less than 25 points and maintained leads in many of those games going into the final quarter. However, in Round 6 the Tigers were soundly defeated by the eventual premiers, Geelong, at the Telstra Dome by a record margin of 157 points. This subsequently led to the board and management formally apologizing to supporters at Wallace's "Tuesdays with Terry" press conference.[3]

The 2008 season was a vital year for Wallace in relation to his future at the club.[4] Brett Deledio said that the club had to make the top eight at all costs in order to repay the faith shown by supporters.[5] The season was a big improvement with Richmond starting off with a win over Carlton in Round 1. But the team did not make the finals with Richmond finishing ninth at the end of the 2008 season with eleven wins, ten losses and one draw.

Mounting speculation and reports of a rift with Richmond president Gary March were reported at the conclusion of the home and away season, mainly due to conflicting assessments of the sides performance between coach and president. These issues were denied by the club and coach.[6] The appointment of Kevin Sheedy to a marketing role at Richmond following Sheedy's resignation as Essendon coach also resulted in more pressure on Wallace to deliver the Tigers a much overdue finals appearance in 2009.[7]

At the start of the 2009 season Wallace was still under pressure after Richmond's 83-point loss against Carlton in Round 1 and further losses to Geelong, the Western Bulldogs and cellar-dwellars Melbourne. Despite controversial media reports describing Wallace as a 'dead man walking',[8] he told a packed media conference after the Round 4 loss to Melbourne that he would not be resigning and would coach out the 2009 season at Richmond, the final year of his five-year contract.[9] A subsequent Richmond Football Club board meeting gave Wallace a reprieve until mid-season before deciding his fate.[10] On 29 April 2009 Wallace confirmed that he would not be coaching at any extent in 2010 and announced that he would resign as Richmond coach on 1 June 2009 but would coach one more game. Public scrutiny aimed towards Wallace is a main factor contributing to his resignation.[11]

Wallace's last game as coach of the Richmond Tigers resulted in a loss against the Western Bulldogs, with the final score Richmond 14.5 (89) and Western Bulldogs 24.13 (157). Jade Rawlings served as caretaker coach for the remainder of the 2009 season.[12]

Statistics Playing statistics
[13]
Legend  G  Goals  B  Behinds  K  Kicks  H  Handballs  D  Disposals  M  Marks  T  Tackles Season Team No. Games G B K H D M T G B K H D M T Totals Averages (per game) 1978 Hawthorn 16 25 7 8 323 128 451 52 N/A 0.3 0.3 12.9 5.1 18.0 2.1 N/A 1979 Hawthorn 16 21 7 7 299 113 412 41 N/A 0.3 0.3 14.2 5.4 19.6 2.0 N/A 1980 Hawthorn 16 3 3 3 45 24 69 6 N/A 1.0 1.0 15.0 8.0 23.0 2.0 N/A 1981 Hawthorn 16 22 10 17 425 135 560 54 N/A 0.5 0.8 19.3 6.1 25.5 2.5 N/A 1982 Hawthorn 16 22 23 22 488 147 635 89 N/A 1.0 1.0 22.2 6.7 28.9 4.0 N/A 1983 Hawthorn 16 25 19 19 599 166 765 81 N/A 0.8 0.8 24.0 6.6 30.6 3.2 N/A 1984 Hawthorn 16 12 4 11 185 83 268 23 N/A 0.3 0.9 15.4 6.9 22.3 1.9 N/A 1985 Hawthorn 16 23 16 15 483 186 669 71 N/A 0.7 0.7 21.0 8.1 29.1 3.1 N/A 1986 Hawthorn 16 21 7 10 374 239 613 67 N/A 0.3 0.5 17.8 11.4 29.2 3.2 N/A 1987 Richmond 16 11 7 8 171 99 270 30 19 0.6 0.7 15.5 9.0 24.5 2.7 1.7 1988 Footscray 16 21 8 5 329 185 514 52 22 0.4 0.2 15.7 8.8 24.5 2.5 1.0 1989 Footscray 16 22 3 5 379 235 614 84 28 0.1 0.2 17.2 10.7 27.9 3.8 1.3 1990 Footscray 16 22 8 11 326 289 615 89 20 0.4 0.5 14.8 13.1 28.0 4.0 0.9 1991 Footscray 16 4 1 0 40 45 85 18 9 0.3 0.0 10.0 11.3 21.3 4.5 2.3 Career 254 123 141 4466 2074 6540 757 98 0.5 0.6 17.6 8.2 25.7 3.0 1.2 Coaching statistics
[14]
Legend  W  Wins  L  Losses  D  Draws  W%  Winning percentage  LP  Ladder position  LT  League teams Season Team Games W L D W % LP LT 1996 Footscray 10 3 7 0 30.0% 15 16 1997 Western Bulldogs 24 15 9 0 62.5% 3 16 1998 Western Bulldogs 24 16 8 0 66.7% 2 16 1999 Western Bulldogs 24 15 8 1 64.6% 4 16 2000 Western Bulldogs 23 12 11 0 52.2% 7 16 2001 Western Bulldogs 22 10 12 0 45.5% 10 16 2002 Western Bulldogs 21 8 12 1 40.5% 12 16 2005 Richmond 22 10 12 0 45.5% 12 16 2006 Richmond 22 11 11 0 50.0% 9 16 2007 Richmond 22 3 18 1 15.9% 16 16 2008 Richmond 22 11 10 1 52.3% 9 16 2009 Richmond 11 2 9 0 18.2% 15 16 Career totals 247 116 127 4 47.8% References Wikimedia Commons has media related to Terry Wallace.
  1. ^ Hinds, Richard (29 August 2002) Roos v Wallace puts Swans in choice dilemma
  2. ^ Coaching Statistics
  3. ^ Mike Sheahan with Scott Gullan (8 May 2007) Tortured Tigers say sorry to fans
  4. ^ Robinson, Mark (20 March 2008) Terry Wallace feels the heat
  5. ^ Reed, David (9 December 2007) Tiger finals vow
  6. ^ Robinson, Mark (1 September 2008) Gary March denies reports of rift with Terry Wallace
  7. ^ Robinson, Mark (22 October 2008) Sheedy keeps pressure on Wallace
  8. ^ Sheahan, Mike (14 April 2009) Dead man walking: time running out for Richmond coach Terry Wallace
  9. ^ Lane, Samantha (20 April 2009) I won't resign, says Wallace
  10. ^ Robinson, Mark (21 April 2009) Tiger board gives coach Terry Wallace mid-season deadline
  11. ^ Wilson, Caroline (2 June 2009) Friendly fire as Wallace resigns as Tiger coach
  12. ^ Ninemsn.com.au: Tigers name Jade Rawlings new coach Archived 18 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
  13. ^ Terry Wallace's player profile at AFL Tables
  14. ^ Terry Wallace's coaching profile at AFL Tables
  • Terry Wallace's playing statistics from AFL Tables
  • Hogan P: The Tigers Of Old, Richmond FC, Melbourne 1996
  • Holmesby, Russell and Main, Jim (2007). The Encyclopedia of AFL Footballers. 7th ed. Melbourne: Bas Publishing.
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Hawthorn Football Club 1978 VFL premiersHawthorn 18.13 (121) defeated North Melbourne 15.13 (103), at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
  • 1. Goss
  • 2. Ablett
  • 3. Matthews
  • 6. Moncrieff
  • 9. DiPierdomenico
  • 10. Polkinghorne
  • 14. Martello
  • 15. Moore
  • 16. Wallace
  • 17. Tuck
  • 20. McCarthy
  • 23. Scott (c)
  • 24. Knights
  • 25. Hendrie
  • 26. Eade
  • 27. De Wolde
  • 42. Paton
  • 43. Murnane
  • 45. Walter
  • 47. Russo
Coach: Parkin
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Hawthorn Football Club 1983 VFL premiersHawthorn 20.20 (140) defeated Essendon 8.9 (57), at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
  • 1. Judge
  • 3. Matthews (c)
  • 7. Ayres
  • 8. O'Halloran
  • 9. DiPierdomenico
  • 11. Buckenara
  • 12. Paton
  • 16. Wallace
  • 17. Tuck
  • 20. McCarthy
  • 21. Byrne
  • 22. Loveridge
  • 23. Brereton
  • 24. Knights
  • 26. Eade
  • 29. Greene
  • 30. Schwab
  • 32. Robertson
  • 34. Kennedy
  • 46. Mew
Coach: Jeans
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Hawthorn Football Club 1986 VFL premiersHawthorn 16.14 (110) defeated Carlton 9.14 (68), at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
  • 2. Mew
  • 4. Russo
  • 7. Ayres
  • 9. DiPierdomenico
  • 11. Buckenara
  • 14. Dear
  • 15. Morris
  • 16. Wallace
  • 17. Tuck (c)
  • 19. Dunstall
  • 22. Loveridge
  • 23. Brereton
  • 25. Curran
  • 26. Eade
  • 28. Langford
  • 29. Greene
  • 30. Schwab
  • 34. Kennedy
  • 39. Abbott
  • 44. Platten
Coach: Jeans
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Coaches of the Footscray Football Club/Western BulldogsVFL/AFL
  • 1925: McCarthy
  • 1926: Saunders
  • 1926: Cassidy
  • 1927–1928: Scanlan
  • 1929: Eason
  • 1930: Hopkins
  • 1931–1933: Cubbins
  • 1934–1935: Morrison
  • 1935–1937: Coventry
  • 1937–1940: Kelly
  • 1941–1942: Ware
  • 1943–1946: Olliver
  • 1947: Crowe
  • 1948–1950: Olliver
  • 1951–1957: Sutton
  • 1957–1966: Whitten
  • 1967–1968: Sutton
  • 1969–1971: Whitten
  • 1972–1975: Rose
  • 1976–1978: Goggin
  • 1978–1979: McKenzie
  • 1980–1982: Hart
  • 1982–1983: Hampshire
  • 1984–1989: Malthouse
  • 1990–1994: Wheeler
  • 1994–1996: Joyce
  • 1996–2002: Wallace
  • 2002–2004: Rohde
  • 2005–2011: Eade
  • 2011: Williams
  • 2012–2014: McCartney
  • 2015–: Beveridge
AFL Women's
  • 2017–: Groves
Italics denote caretaker coach
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Coaches of the Richmond Football Club
  • 1908–1909: Condon
  • 1910: Hall
  • 1911: Incigneri
  • 1912: C. Pannam
  • 1913: Jenkins
  • 1914–1916: Ricketts
  • 1917: Maybury
  • 1918: Nolan
  • 1919: Clark
  • 1920–1925: Minogue
  • 1926: Morris
  • 1927–1932: Hughes
  • 1933: Schmidt
  • 1934–1940: Bentley
  • 1941–1952: Dyer
  • 1953–1955: A. Pannam
  • 1956: Oppy
  • 1957–1960: McDonald
  • 1961–1963: Rowe
  • 1964: Harris
  • 1964–1965: Smith
  • 1965: Titus
  • 1966–1976: Hafey
  • 1976–1978: Richardson
  • 1979–1981: Jewell
  • 1982–1983: Bourke
  • 1984: Patterson
  • 1985: Sproule
  • 1985–1987: Jewell
  • 1988–1991: Bartlett
  • 1992: Jeans
  • 1993–1995: Northey
  • 1996–1997: Walls
  • 1997–1999: Gieschen
  • 2000–2004: Frawley
  • 2005–2009: Wallace
  • 2009: Rawlings
  • 2010–: Hardwick
Italics denote caretaker coach
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Peter Crimmins Medal · Hawthorn Football Club best and fairest winners
  • 1925: Finch
  • 1927: Utting
  • 1928: Sellers
  • 1929: Utting
  • 1930: Sharpley
  • 1932: Spinks
  • 1933: Mills
  • 1934: Loveless
  • 1935: Mills
  • 1936: Murphy
  • 1937: Murphy
  • 1938: Spinks
  • 1939: Mills
  • 1940: Angwin
  • 1941: Albiston
  • 1942: Barker
  • 1943: Bohan
  • 1944: Blackman
  • 1945: Bohan
  • 1946: Albiston
  • 1947: Culpitt
  • 1948: Curran
  • 1949: Austen
  • 1950: Kennedy
  • 1951: Kennedy
  • 1952: Kennedy
  • 1953: Fletcher
  • 1954: Kennedy
  • 1955: Arthur
  • 1956: Simmonds
  • 1957: Hughes
  • 1958: Arthur
  • 1959: Woodley
  • 1960: Edwards
  • 1961: Law
  • 1962: Arthur
  • 1963: Law
  • 1964: Law
  • 1965: Parkin
  • 1966: Wilson
  • 1967: Keddie
  • 1968: Hudson
  • 1969: Keddie
  • 1970: Hudson
  • 1971: Matthews
  • 1972: Matthews
  • 1973: Scott
  • 1974: Matthews
  • 1975: Knights
  • 1976: Matthews
  • 1977: Matthews
  • 1978: Matthews/Knights
  • 1979: Moore
  • 1980: Matthews
  • 1981: Wallace
  • 1982: Matthews
  • 1983: Wallace
  • 1984: Greene
  • 1985: Brereton
  • 1986: Ayres
  • 1987: Platten
  • 1988: Dunstall
  • 1989: Dunstall
  • 1990: Collins
  • 1991: Allan
  • 1992: Dunstall
  • 1993: Dunstall
  • 1994: Platten
  • 1995: Jarman
  • 1996: Salmon
  • 1997: Salmon
  • 1998: Crawford
  • 1999: Crawford
  • 2000: Chick/Holland
  • 2001: Smith
  • 2002: Crawford
  • 2003: Crawford
  • 2004: Everitt
  • 2005: Hodge
  • 2006: S. Mitchell
  • 2007: Sewell
  • 2008: Franklin
  • 2009: S. Mitchell
  • 2010: Hodge
  • 2011: S. Mitchell
  • 2012: S. Mitchell
  • 2013: Gibson
  • 2014: Lewis
  • 2015: Gibson
  • 2016: S. Mitchell
  • 2017: T. Mitchell
  • 2018: T. Mitchell
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Charles Sutton Medal · Western Bulldogs best and fairest winners
  • 1927: McAlpine
  • 1928: Outen
  • 1929: Russ
  • 1930: McAlpine
  • 1931: Hopkins
  • 1932: McAlpine
  • 1933: Morrison
  • 1934: Ware
  • 1935: Bennett
  • 1936: Morrison
  • 1937: Ware
  • 1938: Ware
  • 1939: Hickey
  • 1940: Ware
  • 1941: Ware/Olliver
  • 1942: Ellis
  • 1943: A. Collins
  • 1944: Olliver
  • 1945: Hickey
  • 1946: Ryan
  • 1947: Ryan
  • 1948: Hickey
  • 1949: Donald
  • 1950: Sutton
  • 1951: J. Collins
  • 1952: J. Collins
  • 1953: Stevens
  • 1954: Whitten
  • 1955: Box
  • 1956: Ross
  • 1957: Whitten
  • 1958: Whitten
  • 1959: Whitten
  • 1960: Schultz
  • 1961: Whitten
  • 1962: Schultz
  • 1963: Walker
  • 1964: Schultz
  • 1965: Schultz
  • 1966: Schultz
  • 1967: Jillard
  • 1968: Thorpe
  • 1969: Bisset
  • 1970: Dempsey
  • 1971: Thorpe
  • 1972: Welsh
  • 1973: Dempsey
  • 1974: Dempsey
  • 1975: Dempsey
  • 1976: Dempsey
  • 1977: Dempsey
  • 1978: Templeton
  • 1979: Dunstan
  • 1980: Templeton
  • 1981: Dunstan
  • 1982: Dunstan
  • 1983: Royal
  • 1984: Purser
  • 1985: Hawkins
  • 1986: Hardie
  • 1987: McGuinness
  • 1988: Wallace
  • 1989: Wallace
  • 1990: Foster
  • 1991: Tony Liberatore
  • 1992: Wynd
  • 1993: Cameron
  • 1994: Grant
  • 1995: West
  • 1996: Grant/Romero
  • 1997: West
  • 1998: West
  • 1999: Johnson
  • 2000: West
  • 2001: Darcy
  • 2002: Johnson
  • 2003: West
  • 2004: West
  • 2005: West
  • 2006: Johnson
  • 2007: Harris
  • 2008: Cross
  • 2009: Boyd
  • 2010: Griffen
  • 2011: Boyd
  • 2012: Boyd
  • 2013: Griffen
  • 2014: Tom Liberatore
  • 2015: Wood
  • 2016: Bontempelli
  • 2017: Bontempelli
  • 2018: Hunter
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1988 All-Australian teamNew South Wales
  • Terry Daniher (Essendon)
  • David Murphy (Sydney)
Northern Territory
  • Michael Long (St Mary's)
  • Michael McLean (Footscray)
  • Maurice Rioli (St Mary's)
  • South Australia
  • Tony Hall (Glenelg)
  • Danny Hughes (Melbourne)
  • Stephen Kernahan (Carlton)
  • Martin Leslie (Port Adelaide)
  • Tony McGuinness (Footscray)
  • Mark Mickan (Brisbane Bears)
  • John Platten (Hawthorn)
  • Greg Whittlesea (Sturt)
  • Graham Cornes (Glenelg) (Coach)
  • Victorian Football Association
  • Terry Wallace (Richmond)
  • Victorian Football League
  • Danny Frawley (St Kilda)
  • Gerard Healy (Sydney)
  • Simon Madden (Essendon)
  • Paul Roos (Fitzroy)
  • Paul Salmon (Essendon)
  • Dale Weightman (Richmond)
  • Western Australia
  • Steve Malaxos (West Coast)
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    1998 All-Australian teamDefenders
    • David King (North Melbourne)
    • Ashley McIntosh (West Coast)
    • Glenn Archer (North Melbourne)

    • Nathan Buckley (Collingwood)
    • Sean Wellman (Essendon)
    • Nigel Smart (Adelaide)
    Midfielders
  • Matthew Knights (Richmond)
  • Scott West (Western Bulldogs)
  • Shane Crawford (Hawthorn)
  • Forwards
  • Paul Hudson (Western Bulldogs)
  • Wayne Carey (Kangaroos) (Captain)
  • Mark Ricciuto (Adelaide)

  • Ben Cousins (West Coast)
  • Tony Lockett (Sydney)
  • Matthew Lloyd (Essendon)
  • Followers
  • Peter Everitt (St Kilda)
  • Todd Viney (Melbourne)
  • Robert Harvey (St Kilda)
  • Interchange
  • Chris Grant (Western Bulldogs)
  • Andrew McLeod (Adelaide)
  • Shaun Rehn (Adelaide)
  • Anthony Stevens (North Melbourne)
  • Coach
  • Terry Wallace (Western Bulldogs)
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    Victorian team – 1983 State of OriginSouth Australia 26.16 (172) defeated Victoria 17.14 (116), at Football Park, 16 May 1983, crowd: 44,521
    Western Australia 16.22 (118) d Victoria 16.19 (115), at Subiaco Oval, 12 July 1983, crowd: 44,213Both games
    • Cunningham
    • Daniher
    • Flower
    • Icke
    • Madden
    • McCann
    vs. South Australia
    • Ashman
    • Clarke
    • Cordy
    • Edmond
    • Elphinstone
    • Hawker
    • Lawrie
    • Marcou
    • McConville
    • Mossop
    • Rowlings
    • Serafini
    • Sheldon
    • G.Smith
    • Wilson
    • Yeates
    vs. Western Australia
    • Browning
    • Buckley
    • Conlan
    • Dench
    • English
    • Greene
    • Greig
    • Johnston
    • Knights
    • Lee
    • Raines
    • Royal
    • Tuck
    • Wallace
    • Watson
    • Weightman
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    Victorian 2nd XVIII team – 1990 State of OriginTasmania 20.14 (134) defeated Victoria 14.17 (101), at North Hobart Oval, 24 June 1990
    • Allison
    • Ayres (c)
    • Bower
    • Condon
    • Dear
    • Foster
    • Gallagher
    • Kennedy
    • Kerrison
    • Knights
    • Langford
    • Liberatore
    • Longmire
    • Lyon
    • Martyn
    • Monkhorst
    • Romero
    • Toohey
    • Wallace
    • Wigney
    • Wright
    • Young
    Coach: Parkin


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