Martin Bolger

DOB: 19 August 1906
Died: 28 July 1991

From: Cathedral YCW

Seconds Best and Fairest - 1927

Games: 0 (185 total)
Goals: 0 (2 total)
Career statistics

Player from 1926 to midway through 1928. Moved to Richmond where he played in the 1929 seconds flag and four straight senior Grand Finals from 1931 to 1934. He also won a premiership with the Railways in 1930.

He won the Tigers Best and Fairest in 1936, was made a life member in 1939 and served as a committeeman and Vice President. Bolger is a member of the Richmond Hall of Fame.

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Herald - 03/07/1928

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