Bill Vanthoff

Image DOB: 1 January 1909
Died: 7 June 1992

Debut: Round 1, 1930 against South Melbourne at Lake Oval
Last Game: Round 6, 1934 against St. Kilda at MCG

From: Terang

Number: 21 (1930-1934)

Victorian state player - 1933

Games: 60
Goals: 42
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %

Previously on Collingwood's list without playing a senior game, Vanthoff was recruited by Melbourne in 1930.

A crumbing half-forward and forward pocket who could also play as a rover, he was a near regular in his first four seasons on the list and played state football in 1933 before only managing five games in 1934.

Dropped from Melbourne's list in April 1935, Vanthoff played for VFA side Camberwell in 1935 and 1936. He served with the Air Force during World War II.

During his career, Vanthoff worked as a curator for the MCG. He continued in the role after leaving Melbourne.

1930 12120
1931 14120
1932 12130
1933 1750
1934 500

Players who served during war

Some sources list his origin as Kerang. Full name EW Vanthoff.

Age - 07/04/1930
Argus - 30/04/1935
Sporting Globe - 03/01/1948

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