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Key Facts

Full name
Duncan Kellaway

Known as
Duncan Kellaway

17 February 1973 (age 50)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 20y 80d
Last game: 31y 117d

Height and weight
Height: 186 cm
Weight: 85 kg

Senior clubs

Jumper numbers
Richmond: 48, 3

Family links
Andrew Kellaway (Brother)John Beckwith (Uncle)Wally Beckwith (Grandfather)Bill Beckwith (Cousin)

Duncan Kellaway

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV

AFL: 10,415th player to appear, 842nd most games played, 4,657th most goals kickedRichmond: 960th player to appear, 47th most games played, 369th most goals kicked

Richmond's Duncan Kellaway was a courageous and highly determined footballer who excelled at negating the impact of his opponent, however highly rated. Originally from Glen Waverley Rovers, he made his AFL debut with the Tigers in 1993, and over the ensuing 12 years went on to play a total of 180 games and kick 12 goals. Relentlessly energetic and focused, he played his best football during the mid-1990s when he was widely acknowledged as one of the hardest players to beat, one on one, in the league.

Kellaway represented Victoria in 1995 and 1996, and was a key contributor to Richmond's 1995 finals campaign. He also served the club well when it next contested the finals in 2001. Although impeded to a certain extent by injuries later in his career, he always gave one hundred per cent effort when selected, and his retirement at the end of a 2004 season that saw him manage just one game all year represented a sad blow for the Tigers.

Author - John Devaney


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