Harry Collier

Harry Collier (1 October 1907 – 16 August 1994) was an Australian rules footballer in the Victorian Football League.

Read more about Harry Collier:  Playing Career, Post-playing Career, Honours

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Charlie Collier - Racing Career
... until the last lap, a burst tyre caused a crash and Charlie Collier suffered friction abrasions ... In 1905, along with his brother Harry Collier participated in the eliminating trial for the International Motor-cycle Cup held in the Isle of Man ... Although, Harry Collier managed to qualify, the Matchless motor-cycle with a JAP engine which Charlie Collier had specially built suffered a broken connecting-ro ...
Kubb (band) - Biography
... The band started to form when singer Harry Collier was invited by Rollo Armstrong (of Faithless fame) to record in the latter's studio after Armstrong heard him sing "Happy Birthday" in the organic café where ... Collier grew up in Tobago, returning to England aged 17, and had been in several bands, most notably Rootjoose, playing over a thousand gigs before finding success with Kubb ... Patterson were only interested in studio and songwriting work, so Collier recruited former Reef member Dom Greensmith (drums), John Tilley (keyboards), and Adj Buffone (guitar) ...
Harry Collier - Honours
... Collier was retrospectively rewarded a Brownlow Medal, after originally tying for the 1930 award ... Adding to the controversy, one vote for a Collingwood game was simply labeled "Collier", but as there were two Collier brothers playing in the game, the vote wasn't counted ... In 1989, Hopkins and Collier, while both still living, were awarded a Brownlow Medal retrospectively for their performances in the 1930 VFL season ...

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