Australian Football Celebrating the history of the great Australian game


Key Facts

Full name
Jack Incoll

Known as
Jack Incoll

14 February 1879

22 May 1961 (aged 82)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 20y 99d
Last game: 27y 213d

Height and weight
Height: 174 cm
Weight: 78 kg

Senior clubs
South Melbourne; Collingwood

Jumper numbers
Collingwood: 7

Recruited from
South Melbourne (1902)

Jack Incoll

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV
South MelbourneV/AFL1899430.7550%0
V/AFL1899, 1902-190672470.6572%0
Total1899, 1902-1906, 1909-191172470.65

AFL: 465th player to appear, 3,239th most games played, 2,097th most goals kickedSouth Melbourne: 57th player to appear, 1,054th most games played, 696th most goals kickedCollingwood: 77th player to appear, 271st most games played, 179th most goals kicked

After an aborted, four-game stint at South Melbourne in 1899, Jack Incoll resurfaced at Collingwood three years later and went on to provide handy service in 61 VFL games over five seasons. Mainly used either on the forward line or in the ruck, he could also do a job in a key defensive role when required. A half forward in the Magpies' 1902 premiership team, Incoll replaced Fred Hailwood, who had gone to Western Australia, as the team's main ruckman the following year, and it was in that position that he made a significant contribution to the club's second consecutive flag.

After leaving Collingwood, Incoll moved to New South Wales and joined Newtown. In 1911 he represented his adopted state at the Adelaide carnival. He later played for North Broken Hill and West Torrens and from Adelaide at age 35 he enlisted in the 14/10 Infantry.

Author - John Devaney, with updates by Andrew Gigacz


Full Points Footy Publications, Collingwood Forever website


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