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Key Facts

Full name
Terry Moore

Known as
Terry Moore

6 August 1951 (age 71)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 24y 241d
Last game: 29y 10d

Height and weight
Height: 196 cm
Weight: 93 kg

Senior clubs
Central District; North Melbourne; Hawthorn

Jumper numbers
North Melbourne: 28
Hawthorn: 33

Recruited from
Central District (1976); North Melbourne (1979); Hawthorn (1981)

Terry Moore

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV
Central DistrictSANFL1971-1975, 1981-1983128370.29
North MelbourneV/AFL1976-197740160.4063%10.703.655.2818
SANFL1971-1975, 1981-1983128370.29
V/AFL1976-1977, 1979-198061260.4354%9.973.344.9018
Total1971-1977, 1979-1983189630.33

AFL: 8,799th player to appear, 3,704th most games played, 3,184th most goals kickedNorth Melbourne: 675th player to appear, 324th most games played, 290th most goals kickedHawthorn: 664th player to appear, 421st most games played, 347th most goals kicked

Born in Nuriootpa, Terry Moore commenced his senior football career in 1971 with Central District. Adept overhead, and with good skills, he typically played in a key position. A carnival player for South Australia in 1972, he sought a clearance to VFL side North Melbourne after a 1974 season which had seen him win the Bulldogs’ best and fairest award. However, he had to stand out of football in 1975 before getting his wish. He was a handy player for North, playing 40 games, including the losing grand final of 1976 against Hawthorn, and kicking 16 goals. He had less of an impact at Hawthorn, where he moved next, managing just 20 appearances and 10 goals in 1979-80. The 1981 season saw him back at Centrals where he promptly won another club best and fairest award. He finally retired in 1983 having played 128 SANFL games for the Bulldogs and scored 47 goals.

Author - John Devaney


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