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Mick Maguire

Image DOB: 6 June 1894
Died: 5 June 1950

MFC Debut: Round 9, 1912 against St. Kilda at Junction Oval
Last MFC Game: Round 4, 1914 against St. Kilda at Junction Oval

From: Christian Brothers Abbotsford/Richmond

Number: 30 1912-1913, 14 1914

Games: 19 (67 total)
Goals: 23 (95 total)
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
701236.84

The rover/forward was the fifth youngest d├ębutante in history when he lined up with Richmond aged 15 years and 328 days after they had spotted him playing school football. He remains the youngest man ever to play for the Tigers.

He crossed to Melbourne midway through 1912 to follow Andrew Manzie aged just 18 but with 39 games already experience under his belt. He was also a talented welterweight boxer, starting his career in the ring at 11-years-old.

In May 1913 he was fined 10s and sentenced to 15 days in custody for missing compulsory military training.

As his boxing career took off Maguire started to play less football, appearing in just two matches in 1914 and missing all of 1915 while playing for Northcote. He returned to league football with Collingwood in 1918, and was back at Northcote in 1919.

After his football career ended he became a well known publican, operating the Bull and Mouth Hotel in Melbourne and the Bellevue Hotel in Brisbane.

He served in the British Army during World War II and passed away in London in 1950.

YearGamesGoals
1912 108
1913 713
1914 22
Tribunal Record
MatchChargeSanction
Exhibition Match vs Tasmanian League Striking Reprimand
Round 2, 1913 Striking 4 matches

Lists
Collingwood
Players who served during war
Richmond
Two clubs in the same season
VFA

Media
Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle - 13/05/1913
Referee - 03/11/1915

Links
Collingwood Forever profile
Tigerland Archive profile
VFA Project profile
Wikipedia profile

Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Tuesday 13 November 2018 00:00:14 AEDT by Supermercado. (Version 24)

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