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Phil Rhoden

Image DOB: 15 October 1945

Debut: Round 7, 1968 against Hawthorn at MCG
Last Game: Round 16, 1969 against Hawthorn at MCG

Games: 3
Goals: 0
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
10233.3


From: University Blues/Richmond

Number: 44 1968, 38 1969

Honours:
Gardiner Medal - 1968
Reserves Premiership player - 1969, 1970
Life Member - 1983

Residentially tied to Richmond, Rhoden finished second in the VAFA best and fairest in 1965 and trained with the Tigers in the 1966 pre-season but did not sign for them. Returning to University Blues he joined Melbourne two years later and played three games over a season and a half, winning the league's Reserve Grade best and fairest in his first season.

Rhoden remained on the list in 1970, and despite not playing a senior game captained that year's reserves premiership side.

He was not officially delisted by the Demons until the end of 1971 after which he joined Sandringham for three games the next year.

Rhoden was elected to Melbourne's committee for 1974 and remained in the role through 1979.

YearGamesGoalsBrownlow
1968 100
1969 200


Lists
Directors

Media
Football Record 1968 Finals
"South will press for Wilson clearance" - The Age 02/03/1966
"Phil Rhoden wins Gardiner" - The Age 04/09/1968
The Age - 19/04/1972
"Ex-Demons stand for committee" - The Age 31/10/1973

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