DOB: 2 November 1939
From: Melbourne Grammar/University Blacks
Roet worked his way up from the Thirds in 1955, through the Demon glory era before finally making his debut as a 22-year-old in 1961. He instantly impressed in his 13 game debut season, holding down centre-half back while also studying medicine. Not surprisingly he was known by the nickname "Doc" - and would occasionally enter games not having slept due to his hospital duties.
He worked as an anaesthetist and GP, and later as a psychotherapist in London. In 1999 he was named in the Melbourne Grammar Team of the Century.
Roet's Wikipedia profile claims he played for University Blacks in 1966 and 1967. Football Record shows him as having gone overseas at this time.
He may have played as an amateur throughout his career, which would make him the last MFC amateur player.
Football Record R7 1965