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Key Facts

Full name
Trevor Keogh

Known as
Trevor Keogh

26 July 1949 (age 73)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 20y 273d
Last game: 31y 343d

Height and weight
Height: 175 cm
Weight: 71 kg

Senior clubs

Jumper numbers
Carlton: 45, 8

Family links
Rod Keogh (Nephew)Tiahna Cochrane (Great niece)

Trevor Keogh

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV

AFL: 8,251st player to appear, 553rd most games played, 435th most goals kickedCarlton: 819th player to appear, 31st most games played, 30th most goals kicked

Bendigo-born Trevor Keogh, who played his early football for the famous Sandhurst club, was a highly rated rover and ruck-rover for Carlton in 208 VFL games between 1970 and 1981. He booted 191 goals. A member of premiership teams in 1972 and 1979, he helped give the Blues arguably the finest on-ball division in the league for much of the 1970s. Light in build at 175 cm and just 71 kg he was courage personified as he bored his way into packs and fearlessly fronted up to opposition enforcers. A dual best and fairest winner at Carlton, his high reputation at the club was later confirmed by his selection on the interchange bench in the club's official 'Team of the Twentieth Century'.

Author - John Devaney


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