MEMBER OF CLUB’S FIRST LEAGUE SIDE PASSES ON
The Club mourns the recent passing of COLIN STUTLEY, a member of the Club’s 1st League Side in 1964.
Colin was recruited from the North Adelaide Football Club, and the opposition soon learnt to respect the tough, no nonsense style of the rugged half-back flanker.
A quote from our 1st League Coach Ken Eustice; ‘He was big and strong and a really good mark. He had good anticipation and would run straight in. He would have been a really good half-back in any side… but you had to coax him a bit’.
Colin had the honour of winning the Club’s Best & Fairest in the Club’s 1st year of League Football.
He, together with Mick Daly, in 1964 were the first players to play 100 League games for the Club, in the game versus West Adelaide a Richmond Oval in 1969.
|1964 – 1970||114 League Games|
Deepest Sympathy is conveyed to the family at the loss of a great past player of the Club, and a great character.
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