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Key Facts

Full name
Charles Norris

Known as
Charlie Norris

Born
23 July 1881

Died
16 February 1940 (aged 58)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 28y 344d
Last game: 37y 18d

Height and weight
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 80 kg

Senior clubs
Collingwood; Fitzroy

Jumper numbers
Fitzroy: 20, 22

Recruited from
Collingwood (1911)

Family links
Will Hoskin-Elliott (Great great grandson)

Charlie Norris

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV
CollingwoodV/AFL1910-19111840.2283%0
FitzroyV/AFL1911-1918106190.1861%0
V/AFL1910-1918124230.1965%0
Total1910-1918124230.1965%0

AFL: 1,686th player to appear, 1,762nd most games played, 3,350th most goals kickedCollingwood: 165th player to appear, 574th most games played, 588th most goals kickedFitzroy: 186th player to appear, 99th most games played, 231st most goals kicked

Charles Norris was a determined and energetic follower who enjoyed premiership success with Collingwood in his debut league season of 1910. Midway through the following season, however, after playing 18 games and kicking four goals for the Magpies, he crossed to Fitzroy, and was instrumental in that club's reemergence as a force after several years in the comparative doldrums. By the time he retired in 1918 Norris had played a total of 106 VFL games for the Maroons, and booted 19 goals. He was a member of Fitzroy's 1913 and 1916 premiership sides.

Author - John Devaney

Sources

Full Points Footy Publications

Footnotes

* Behinds calculated from the 1965 season on.
+ Score at the end of extra time.