For the 21st century player see Jack Watts
DOB: 2 November 1889
Died: 19 December 1964
MFC Debut: Round 3, 1913 against Carlton at Princes Park
Last MFC Game: Round 9, 1914 against South Melbourne at MCG
From: Geelong College/East Geelong/Geelong
Number: 10 (1913-1914)
Games: 18 (54 total)
Goals: 7 (17 total)
Played one game in his first season for Geelong and 30 over the next two before being cleared to Melbourne early in the 1913 season after appealing to the club to let him go because he had found work in the city.
Watt played 15 games as a half-forward/follower in his first year but failed to show the same form he had at "the Pivot" early in the season because of a leg injury. He managed just three more games in 1914 before being cleared to St Kilda midway through the year. He played five games with them before the end of the year but did not play on.
Enlisted in the Army in December 1915 and served in the Motor Transport Corps during World War I.
Players who served during war
Players without photos
Two clubs in the same season
Herald - 18/04/1913
Geelong Advertiser - 08/05/1913
Winner - 29/11/1916