Kenneth MCAULLAY (East Perth)

Summary    
DOB: 29th September 1949
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Career Honours
2008
Hall of Fame Inductee
1972
Simpson Medal (State Game) (Western Australia)
1972
Simpson Medal (Grand Final) (East Perth)
1971
Best & Fairest (East Perth)
Career Statistics  
Grade Games Kicks Handballs Disposals Marks Goals Points Tackles Hitouts Frees For Frees Ag.
Season Statistics  
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  Player Information  

Player: 152 games for East Perth.

Premiership: 1972.

Honours: Simpson Medallist 1972 grand final; Simpson Medallist 1972 Australian Football Championships representing Western Australia; Tassie Medallist 1972 Australian Football Championships with 17 votes, 8 clear of 2nd place getter. All Australian player 1972.

One of many State Schoolboy representatives who graduated to WAFL and State football with distinction. Generally a half-back flanker, he played efficiently at centre-half-back and thrived when opposed to big-name forwards. Slightly built, he had great capacity to nullify bigger players, such as Victorian full-forward Peter McKenna, who often struggled to shake off McAullay in the interstate arena. Prided himself on not letting rival forwards kick goals against him.

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