A clever rover who combined direct methods with sure foot passing skills and a keen eye for goal, Ted Langridge worked his way through the ranks at Richmond before making his senior debut as an eighteen year old in 1955. He went on to play a total of 92 VFL games for the Tigers, kicking 149 goals. He was Richmond's top goal kicker in 1958 with 28 goals, 1961 (29) and 1962 (42). In 1963 he transferred to Sturt and promptly topped the Blues'goal kicking list with 37 goals. He spent three seasons with the club, playing 54 SANFL games and kicking 80 goals.
Author - John Devaney
Full Points Footy's SA Football Companion