Brian Bruno Peter Ciccotosto
4 April 1948 (age 74)
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A fast, elusive rover who marked and kicked well, Brian Ciccotosto was a firm favourite at South Fremantle during the late 1960s and early ‘70s. He played 211 club and five state games, earning All Australian selection after the 1972 Perth carnival. Ciccotosto was South Fremantle’s top goal kicker, with 35 goals, in 1972, and served as club skipper from 1975 to 1977. Arguably his most memorable moment in football came in 1970 when he was the Simpson Medallist following an all-action, four-goal performance for South in their Grand Final defeat of Perth.
Author - John Devaney