Australian Football Celebrating the history of the great Australian game


Key Facts

Full name
Stanley McKenzie

Known as
Stan McKenzie

30 August 1896

13 September 1985 (aged 89)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 21y 261d
Last game: 29y 13d

Height and weight
Height: 173 cm
Weight: 75 kg

Senior clubs
Collingwood; North Melbourne; Hawthorn

Jumper numbers
Collingwood: 18
Hawthorn: 3

Recruited from
Collingwood (1919); North Melbourne (1921)

Stan McKenzie

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV
North MelbourneVFA1919-1920
V/AFL1918, 19252600.0038%1

AFL: 2,346th player to appear, 5,744th most games played, 10,509th most goals kickedCollingwood: 232nd player to appear, 732nd most games played, 946th most goals kickedHawthorn: 8th player to appear, 454th most games played, 697th most goals kicked

After playing briefly with Collingwood in 1918, Stan McKenzie crossed to North Melbourne in the VFA, where he remained for the next two seasons. In 1921 he moved to Hawthorn where he became a stalwart of that club's final half a dozen seasons in the Association, winning its premier individual award (then known as the Most Consistent Player Trophy) in 1922.

McKenzie's last year, 1925, coincided with the Mayblooms' elevation to league status, and he added a further 17 VFL games to the nine he had managed with the Woods. An extremely talented, hard to beat half back, he was regarded down Glenferrie way as an out and out champion, and in 1925 he became the first ever Hawthorn player to gain selection for the VFL. He later coached Auburn.

Author - John Devaney


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