DOB: 19 September 1900
Died: 30 March 1970
From: Wesley College/University
Number: 18 (1921-1927)
Games: 69 (72 total)
Goals: 115 (117 total)
Arthur "Percy" Tulloh was a half-forward flank/forward pocket who represented the VFL against Bendigo in 1922 and played with VFL representative sides in 1923 and 1924. Known as a strong mark despite his light frame he could kick well on both sides of his body.
He joined St Kilda in 1928 and played a further three games for them, kicking two more goals. That year he joined Prahran in the VFA mid-season. He transferred to Brighton in 1929 and remained there through 1930, a year he won their best and fairest award. He also played cricket for Malvern during his career.