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Key Facts

Full name
Paul Justin Rouvray

Known as
Paul Rouvray

18 April 1972 (age 52)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 20y 98d
Last game: 22y 62d

Height and weight
Height: 189 cm
Weight: 93 kg

Senior clubs
Glenelg; Adelaide

Jumper numbers
Adelaide: 45

Paul Rouvray

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AFL: 10,361st player to appear, 6,467th most games played, 8,244th most goals kickedAdelaide: 47th player to appear, 163rd most games played, 193rd most goals kicked

Originally from Seaview High, Paul Rouvray debuted with Glenelg in 1990 and between then and 1999 played 113 games for the club and kicked 44 goals. He was normally used as a defender, but could also play on a wing or as a forward if required. In 1992 he lined up at full back in the Bays team which lost to Port Adelaide in the grand final.

When Adelaide entered the AFL in 1991 Paul Rouvray was an inaugural squad member, but between 1992 and 1994 he only managed 21 appearances and a couple of goals. He then spent some time on Sydney’s list but without playing a senior game.

Author - John Devaney


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