Ted Regan

Image DOB: 6 June 1915
Died: 9 July 1943

Debut: Round 1, 1938 against Geelong at Corio Oval
Last MFC Game: Round 5, 1938 against Footscray at MCG

From: Brighton Technical School Old Boys/Hampton

Number: 25 1938

Games: 4 (11 total)
Goals: 0 (1 total)
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George Frederick "Ted" Regan was a defender who joined Melbourne's Seconds side in 1936, and was promoted to the senior side before the 1938 season. After being dropped from Melbourne's list for 1939 he moved to Essendon, playing seven games until 1941.

He missed 1940 after injuring his knee late in his first season. He spent the year working as an accountant, and with the Army in the 2 Survey Regiment. He transferred to the RAAF in August of that year, serving with 11 Squadron, but returned to football the next season. His last league game was the Bombers' 1941 Grand Final loss against Melbourne.

Regan was promoted to Flight Sergeant in December 1942 and piloted a bomber before being killed in air action over Burma in July 1943.

1938 400

Players who served during war

Some sources have him from Elsternwick. Shown as G. Regan in Argus 1938

Herald - 24/05/1935
Age - 29/04/1936
Argus - 18/04/1938
Argus - 23/04/1938
Herald - 03/05/1939
Argus - 23/08/1939
Argus - 04/04/1944
Age - 09/07/1945

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