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2019 West End Hall of Fame Inductees

By ZAC MILBANK

Three South Australian football greats have been inducted into the West End SA Football Hall of Fame at the Adelaide Oval on Monday night.

Popular Sturt and Carlton midfielder Peter Motley, Port Adelaide, Essendon and Adelaide wingman Greg Anderson and the Double Blues’ first premiership captain-coach Bill Mayman are the latest names to now reside among the Croweaters’ illustrious honour roll.

Established in 2002 to enshrine those who have made a “most significant contribution to the game of Australian Football,” the West End SA Football Hall of Fame now includes 214 players, coaches, umpires, administrators and media representatives.

The West End SA Football Hall of Fame is divided into five eras – 1877-1900, 1901-1930, 1931-1960, 1961-1990 and 1991-present day.

Inductees are selected by the South Australian Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee, which comprises Leigh Whicker AM, Julian Burton OAM, John Halbert AM MBE, Tim Pfeiffer, Neil Kerley AM, Chris McDermott, David Shipway AM, Michelangelo Rucci and Bill Sanders AM.

Peter Motley

PLAYING RECORD

  • 92 games and 104 goals for Sturt 1982-1985
  • 19 games and 4 goals for Carlton 1986-1987

MATCHES FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • 6 matches for South Australia

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Fos Williams Medal 1985
  • All-Australian 1983, 1984, 1985
  • Best and Fairest for Sturt 1984, 1985
  • Sturt FC Team of the Century

SERVICE RECORD

  • Number 1 Ticket Holder for Sturt 2000-ongoing

Greg Anderson

PLAYING RECORD

  • 150 games and 87 goals for Port Adelaide in SANFL (1983-1987; 1995-1997)
  • 103 games and 60 goals for Essendon in VFL/AFL (1988-1992)
  • 59 games and 19 goals for Adelaide in AFL (1993-1996)

PREMIERSHIPS

  • Member of premiership teams for Port Adelaide (SANFL) in 1995 and 1996

MATCHES FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • 12 matches for South Australia

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • 1986 Magarey Medal
  • 1987, 1993 All-Australian
  • 1993 Fos Williams Medal
  • Adelaide Football Club Team of the Decade (1991-2000)
  • 2018 SANFL Player Life Member (200 Club)

COACHING RECORD

  • Coach of South Adelaide 2000-2003

SERVICE RECORD

  • 18 years of service as a player/coach to Australian Football

 

 

W. (Bill) Mayman

PLAYING RECORD

  • Played 315 games across three states – WA, SA and TAS
  • Mine Rovers – WA (1906-1911)
  • Boulder City – WA Goldfields Association
  • Sturt – SA (79 games and 11 goals 1913-1915; 1919-1921)
  • Mitcham – SA Patriotic League
  • New Town (Glenorchy) – TAS (26 games and 15 goals 1922-1924)
  • Burnie – TAS (15 games and 11 goals in 1925)

PREMIERSHIPS

  • Member of premiership team for Mines Rovers (WA) 1906
  • Member of premiership teams for Sturt in 1915 and 1919

INTERSTATE MATCHES

  • 7 matches for South Australia, Captain in 1914 and 1921
  • 3 matches for Western Australia in 1911
  • 10 matches for Tasmania 1923-1925, Captain in 1923 and 1924

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Best Placed Player for Mines Rovers (WA) 1908
  • Best and Fairest for Sturt 1914
  • Sturt Captain 1914, 1915 and 1919
  • New Town (Glenorchy) Captain 1923 and 1924
  • Burnie Captain 1925
  • Life Member as Player and Official for Sturt 1952
  • Member of Sturt Team of the Century 2000
  • Inducted into Sturt Hall of Fame 2006

COACHING RECORD

  • Coach of Sturt 1914, 1915, 1919 (Premierships in 1915 and 1919)
  • Coach of New Town (Glenorchy) 1923-1924
  • Coach of Burnie 1925

SERVICE RECORD

  • Sturt FC Selector 1950-1956