Martin Bolger

DOB: 19 August 1906
Died: 28 July 1991

From: Cathedral YCW

Seconds Best and Fairest - 1927

Games: 0 (185 total)
Goals: 0 (2 total)
Career statistics

Player from 1926 to mid-way through 1928. Moved to Richmond where he played in the 1929 seconds flag and four straight senior Grand Finals from 1931 to 1934. He also won a premiership with the Railways in 1930.

He won the Tigers Best and Fairest in 1936, was made a life member in 1939 and served as a committeeman and Vice President. Bolger is a member of the Richmond Hall of Fame.

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Herald - 03/07/1928

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