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Ossie Green

Image DOB: 11 March 1906
Died: 26 May 1991

Debut: Round 1, 1926 against St. Kilda at MCG
Last Game: Round 18, 1931 against Collingwood at Victoria Park

From: Berwick Grammar/Box Hill Grammar/Brunswick

Honours:
Seconds premiership player - 1932

Number: 5 1926, 22 1929, Unknown 1931

Games: 32
Goals: 1
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
230971.87

Green had his first clearance request refused by Brunswick in April 1926, but crossed to Melbourne anyway. He'd debuted with Brunswick in 1923, but withdrew from football for a year after one game and didn't return until midway through 1924.

A versatile player, he played forward, back and in the midfielder through every game of the year until the Grand Final, where he was dropped as part of a reshuffle to replace the injured Bob Corbett. He was the first VFL player ever to play every game for the season then be dropped before a premiership.

Green then moved to Sydney as captain of Eastern Suburbs. He played for New South Wales against Victoria in 1928 before returning to the VFL in 1929. He then went to Warragul, before returning to Melbourne for one more senior game in 1931, before playing with the Seconds through 1932. From 1933 to 1935 he lived in Maryborough as part of his job with the Vacuum Oil Company, training with their footy team in June 1934, before moving to Dimboola in 1936.

YearGamesGoalsBrownlow
1926 2010
1929 1100
1931 100

Lists
VFA

Notes
May have returned to Sydney in 1930.

Media
Argus - 22/04/1926
Sporting Globe - 14/08/1926
Sporting Globe - 27/04/1927
Daily Telegraph - 12/08/1927
Football Record R10 1928
Herald - 10/06/1931
Argus - 25/06/1931
Age - 16/09/1932
Weekly Times - 02/06/1934
Horsham Times - 21/02/1936
Football Record - Grand Final 2000

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Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Saturday 12 January 2019 08:52:33 AEDT by Supermercado. (Version 29)

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