Hard-running Coorparoo rover who enjoyed a unique moment in Queensland football history, winning the Grogan Medal and Grant Medal in the Roos’ premiership year of 1984 – the only person in AFLQ history to have achieved this double. And just for good measure he also won the 1984 Coorparoo B&F. Added a second premiership in ’86 in a career which included 112 games and 184 goals.
He also played 11 times for Queensland, including the successful 1985 Escort Shield campaign, and was a member of the first Brisbane Bears training squad, playing in the club’s very first official pre-season match against the Sydney Swans at the SCG. Was also an Australian schoolboys cricket star and gifted schoolboy rugby union fullback who represented Suva in rugby when, in AFLQ retirement, business interests took him overseas.