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Ray Hutchins

DOB: 23 March 1929

Debut: Round 17, 1950 against Fitzroy at Brunswick Street
Last Game: Round 13, 1951 against Collingwood at Victoria Park

From: ?

Number: 24 1950-1951

Honours
Seconds Best and Fairest - 1950
Seconds Premiership Player 1949
Thirds Premiership Player 1947

Games: 5
Goals: 0
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
0050.0

Originally a graduate from the Thirds, Hutchins spent 1949 in the Seconds before making his senior debut a year later. After just one game late in 1950 he added four more the next year before his VFL playing career ended.

He was usually a full-back, but he was originally tested as a rover in his first senior match. By 1951 he was playing in the back pocket and wasn't tried at rover again despite the team needing a replacement for Alby Rodda.

Shown as "To be considered when available" in 1952 due to a knee operation at the end of 1951 due to an injury suffered in his last senior game. He missed the whole season and impressed for the Seconds early in 1953 but didn't play another match. He battled back to the senior list but his knee troubled him again and he didn't make it any further than being named emergency for one game.

Wore number 16 in 1953.

Hutchins later coached the Melbourne Thirds in 1957.

YearGamesGoalsBrownlow
1950 100
1951 400

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Notes
May have been the M Hutchins made a Life Member in 1961.

Media
Argus - 18/08/1950
Weekly Times - 11/10/1950
Argus - 02/04/1951
Argus - 14/04/1952
Age - 21/05/1952
Argus - 27/05/1953
Argus - 21/04/1953
Argus - 27/05/1953

Links
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Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Monday 03 September 2018 20:07:31 AEST by Supermercado. (Version 20)

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