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Key Facts

Full name
Barry Denny

Known as
Barry Denny

10 May 1953 (age 70)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 23y 327d
Last game: 26y 79d

Height and weight
Height: 184 cm
Weight: 87 kg

Senior clubs
Morningside; Melbourne

Jumper numbers
Melbourne: 7

Barry Denny

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AFL: 8,867th player to appear, 6,321st most games played, 7,373rd most goals kickedMelbourne: 966th player to appear, 562nd most games played, 701st most goals kicked

A South Brisbane junior who was recruited from Morningside to VFL club Melbourne, Barry Denny played 22 games from 1977 to 1979 as a utility defender. He enjoyed an outstanding 113-game career with Morningside before and after his stint in Melbourne, winning the club best and fairest award in 1972 and 1976, and regularly polling well in the Grogan Medal, in which he was runner-up in 1973. Denny played seven times for Queensland, and later coached the Panthers, and has remained involved with the club.

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