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Barrie Vagg

Image DOB: 21 January 1943

Debut: Round 1, 1962 against Richmond at MCG
Last Game: Round 9, 1969 against South Melbourne at MCG

From: Shepparton

Number: 32 1962-1969

Honours:
Premiership Player - 1964
Leading Goalkicker - 1965, 1966
150 Heroes selection
Reserves Premiership player - 1969
Reserves leading goalkicker - 1969

Games: 115
Goals: 132
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
6305254.78

Originally signed with Footscray in 1960, but was denied a clearance by Shepparton and decided to remain with the club for two more seasons.

Returning to the league with the Demons he played as a half-forward flanker and had the ability to create scoring opportunities out of nowhere. Skilful and elusive, he was a glorious kick, and after five games in 1962 he became a regular senior player with 18 matches.

1964 saw Vagg kick 22 goals in 20 matches en route to a Grand Final triumph. After kicking three goals in the Semi Final victory over the Magpies, Vagg was held goalless in the big match.

Despite applying for a clearance during 1967, and some suggestion that he was on his way to Carlton, Vagg remained with the club until midway through 1969 when he retired from VFL football. In 1970 he joined Prahran in the VFA but had to retire after 11 matches when he suffered a knee injury.

He then joined Diamond Valley League club Watsonia, coaching the Under 18s for three years and seniors for six seasons from 1982.

In 1985 he was part of a rebel group which attempted to force Billy Snedden out of the club presidency and replace him with Jim Cardwell.

YearGamesGoalsBrownlow
1962 540
1963 18210
1964 20220
1965 17303
1966 16204
1967 1470
1968 19210
1969 670

Lists
VFA

Media
Age - 15/06/1967
Inside Football - 04/03/1982
Canberra Times - 27/08/1985

Links
Boyles Football Photos
VFA Project profile
Wikipedia profile

Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Tuesday 13 November 2018 00:31:08 AEDT by Supermercado. (Version 23)

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