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Syd Barker, Sr.
23 March 1930) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Richmond, Essendon and North Melbourne in the Victorian Football League (VFL) ... His son, also named Syd Barker, had a brief league career with North Melbourne ... games and decided to return to the VFA, this time with North Melbourne ...
Laurie Dwyer
... Dwyer (born 6 November 1938) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for North Melbourne during the 1960s. 1967, and was selected on the wing in North Melbourne's official 'Team of the Century' ... Dwyer was part of the 1975 Premiership as a non-player, as he was North's runner in his distinctive fluro orange tracksuit top ...
North Melbourne, Victoria - Transport
... Despite the naming, the North Melbourne railway station is actually in the adjacent suburb of West Melbourne, while the Flemington Bridge railway station is in North Melbourne boundaries and not in ... The Arden railway station is planned to be built on Arden Road within North Melbourne's industrial area as part of the Melbourne Metro ... North Melbourne is serviced by a number of tram routes Tram route 59 (Airport West) travels along Elizabeth Street and down Flemington Road ...
List Of AFL Debuts In 2008 - Change of Clubs
... Johnson Fremantle 8 ... Essendon Johnstone, TravisTravis Johnstone Brisbane Lions 17 ... Melbourne Judd, ChrisChris Judd Carlton 15 ... West Coast King, StevenSteven King St Kilda 1 22 ...
Charlie Tyson
... Australian rules footballer who played with Collingwood and North Melbourne in the Victorian Football League during the 1920s ... Collingwood lost the match to Melbourne by 57 points and Tyson was accused of 'playing dead' ... with the allegations, Tyson received a clearance to move to North Melbourne for the 1927 VFL season ...

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