Clem Conroy

DOB: 23 November 1926
Died: 5 July 1989

Debut: Round 1, 1944 against Richmond at Punt Road
Last Game: Round 6, 1946 against Hawthorn at Glenferrie Oval

From: Bentleigh

Number: 7 1944-1946

Games: 12
Goals: 1
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Wingman/rover who signed for Hawthorn in 1943 but didn't play a game. He joined Melbourne in 1944 on the recommendation of Checker Hughes, and made his debut in Round 1, 1944. He only played two matches before spending the rest of the season in the Seconds.

He returned for nine games the next season. He had played the first six matches of 1945 before an ankle injury kept him out until Round 18.

Conroy managed just one more game in 1946. In the 1947 pre-season he trained at Richmond, but instead joined VFA team Brighton where he remained until 1954. He signed for both Brighton and Oakleigh before the start of the year.

1944 200
1945 910
1946 100

Players without photos

Also shown from CBC St Kilda and Elsternwick YCW.

Shown as having a 'broken bone' during 1944.

May have been related to George Conroy.

Argus - 30/06/1943
Age - 2/03/1944
Argus - 04/05/1944
Argus - 28/05/1945
Age - 26/03/1947
Age - 10/04/1947

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