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CADZOW, Jim  -  1956.

CADZOW, John  -  1956.   {3rds - 3 games, 0 goals}.

CAFARELLA, David  -  1977-80.  {2nds - 24 games, 1 goal;  3rds -  34 games 0 goals}.  David played in the 1979 Reserves Premiership.  He coached the Thirds in 1990.

CAFARELLA, Paul - 1953.  Thirds team photo.

CAHIR, Stan  -  1933-34.  20 games, 49 goals.  A full forward - centre half forward recruited from Essendon.   He kicked 10 goals v. Brunswick in 1933.

CAINE, Justin  -  1990.  {4ths  -  15 games, 13 goals}.

CALDER, Tim  - 1990.  {4ths  -  18 games, 17 goals}.

CALDWELL, Robert  - 1982-84.  {2nds  -  28 games, 0 goals;  3rds  - 17 games, 0 goals}.

CALLERY, Paul  -  1981.  9 games, 8 goals.   Recruited from Dandenong.  Played with Melbourne
1970-73,  76 games 102 goals),  St.Kilda  (1974-80, 105 games, 98 goals), and South Melbourne
(1980, 1 game, 0  goals).  One of the smallest players in his era, he did not let his lack of size worry
him - a courageous, hard  working rover.

CALLOW, Stephen - 1982.  Thirds player.

CAMERON, ?  - 1946, 48-49.  {3rds - 6 games, 1 goal}.

CAMERON, Alan  - 1957.  {3rds - 3 games, 3 goals}.

CAMERON, Bob   - 1957.  {3rds -  2 games, 2 goals}.

CAMERON, L.  -  1973.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

CAMERON, R. - 1961. {2nds - 7 games, 0 goals}.

CAMERON, Rohan  -  1990-91.  {3rds  -  12 games, 2 goals}.

CAMERON, W. - 1960-61.   {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

CAMPBELL, ? - 1950.  {3rds - 2 games, 1 goal}.  [ ?= CAMPBELL, Peter - 1953.]

CAMPBELL, Garnet  -  1934-35.  21 games, 12 goals.  He played on the Half back flank and half
forward flank for Sandringham. Recruited from Essendon, where he played from 1923 to 1933
(157 games, 51 goals).  He was a tall elegant winger whose disposal skills were near perfect;  he
could also play in the centre, and his runs down field delighted Essendon supporters.  Appointed
captain  coach of Essendon in 1931, and held that position for three unsuccessful years.
Represented Victoria in 1927 and 1928.   Captain coach of Sandringham in 1934.  On May 11,
1935, Campbell was one of 54 fireman called to a factory fire in Fitzroy in the early hours of the
morning, and later that day was one of Sandringham's best players v. Port Melbourne.

CAMPBELL, Geoff  -  1976-80.   12 games, 9 goals.  {2nds  -  57 games, 44 goals}.  He played in the 1977 and 1979 Reserves Premiership sides.

CAMPBELL, J. - 1949.  14 games, 1 goal.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

CAMPBELL, Peter - 1953-1955.  {2nds - 6 game, 0  goals}.

CANNY, Leo G.   -  1952.   3 games, 1 goal.   Cleared to Redan FC in 1953.

CANTLON, Leonard  -  1971.   Played seconds and thirds football.   From ESBC.
CANTLON, Ron   -  1970-72.  1 game, 0 goal.   {2nds  -  3 games, 2 goals;  3rds -  33 games, 63 goals}. Ron was leading goalkicker for the Thirds in 1970 with 46 goals.

CAPP, Wayne  - 1986-87.  {2nds -  28 games, 5 goals}.  Recruited from Hampton Rovers.

CARLSON, Max  -  1965.  {3rds  -  6 games, 4 goals}.  Played in the VFA South Combine team in 1965.

CARMODY, William J.  - 1949.  8 games, 2 goals.   {2nds - 2 games, 3 goals}.  William played for St.Kilda (1946-47, 18 games, 19 goals).

CARNES, Warwick  -  1990-91.  {2nds  -  4 games, 0 goals; 3rds  -  23 games, 2 goals}.  Recruited from Bentleigh United.

CARRACHER, P.  -  1978.  Thirds player.  Recruited from Bentleigh.

CARRIG, Tim  -  1973-76.  6 games, 1 goal. {2nds -  25 games, 8 goals;  3rds  -  19 games, 11 goals}. He was recruited from Black Rock, and won the Thirds Best and Fairest in 1973.  He played in the 1973 Thirds Premiership side.

CARROLL, Ben - 1994.  {3rds -  17 games, 3 goals}. Played in the 1994 Thirds Premiership side.

CARROLL, Dale  -  1974-79, 1981-83.   68 games, 111 goals.  {2nds -  42 games, 59 goals}.   Recruited from Richmond.  High marking half forward.  Dale was leading goal kicker in 1982  with 53 goals.  He played in the 1977 Grand Final side, and the 1979 Reserves Premiership side. Later player for Box Hill (1984 2nd. Div. Premiership - 10 goals);  when asked to play in First Division for Box Hill he replied that if he was good enough to play First Division he would have stayed at Sandringham.

CARROLL, Eugene  -  1984.  {2nds  - 1 game, 0 goals}.

CARROLL, Nick  -  1984-85.   {2nds -  5 games, 0 goals;  3rds  -  26 games, 0 goals}.

CARRUTHERS, William A. (Bill)  -  1962.  4 games, 0 goals.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.  Recruited from East Malvern.

CARTER, B.  -  1962.   {2nds - 6 games, 0 goals}.

CARTER, Noel  - 1963.    {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

CARTWRIGHT, Gil  -  1936-37, 1939-41.  62 games, 95 goals.  A forward pocket rover, he won
Sandringham's Best and Fairest in 1936 and 1937, and was leading goalkicker with 31 goals in
1936.  ? Played with Hawthorn in 1938 (7 games, 12 goals).

CARTY, Mick  -  1986-92.  15 games, 5 goals.  {2nds - 76 games, 37 goals}.   Recruited from Mordialloc.

CASPERZ, D.  -  1991.  {3rds  -  12 games, 0 goals}.

CASTLEHOW, Trevor.  -  1966.  {2nds -  4 games, 3 goals}. Trevor played in Port Melbournes 1964 Premiership side.  Cleared from Port Melbourne after Rd. 10, 1966.  He played in the 1966
Reserves Grand Final side.

CATHCART, Brian  -  1980-83.  2 games, 3 goals.  {2nds - 12 games, 19 goals; 3rds - 45 games, 128 goals}.   Brian played in the 1980 Thirds Premiership side, and the 1981 Grand Final side.   He won the Gillon Medal  (VFA Best and Fairest for Thirds) in 1981,  and was leading goal kicker for the Thirds in 1981.   Played  firsts,  reserves and thirds in one season   -  only player to start season in firsts and finish season in the thirds.  Later played for Moorabbin in the VFA, and St.Pauls.

CATTAGIO, Vincent  - 1962.  {2nds - 15 games, 0 goals}. Recruited from Carlton Stars.  A dashing half back flanker.  Injury  marred his season  in 1962.  Cleared to Preston in 1963,  and played in their 1963 2nd Division Premiership side..

CATTERALL, Ray  -  1979-83.  {2nds - 17 games, 0 goals;  3rds  -  41 games, 0 goals}.

CAVANOUGH, John  -  1985.  {2nds - 14 games, 13 goals}.

CERINI, Hunter  -  1946-52.  108 games, 66 goals.  {2nds - 7 games, 7 goals}.   Ruck and back pocket.  Graduated from Melbourne High School Old Boys in the Amateurs and Air Force teams.   An Air Force Officer in Bomber Squadron during the war.  Hunt played in the 1946 Premiership side,  and the 1947 Grand Final side.  He was suspended for seven matches in 1951 for striking Prahran  centre man Paddy Walsh.  Captain coach of the Reserves in 1952, and coached the Reserves in 1953 and 1954.

CHALLIS, Harry  - 1929, 1931-33, 1935.  69 games, 15 goals.    Recruited from Black Rock, he played mainly at full back, in the back pocket and ruck.  He transferred to Fitzroy in 1930, and returned to Sandringham in 1931.

CHALLIS, James  - 1993.  {3rds - 19 games, 22 goals}.

CHANDLER, ? - 1947. {2nds - 3 games, 1 goal}.

CHANDLER, Tighe  -  1989-92.   {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals;  3rds  -  32 games, 4 goals;  4ths  -  32 games,  4 goals}.   Tighe was Captain of the Fourths in 1989 and 1990,  Captain of the  Thirds in 1992.  Cleared to Dingley - 1993.

CHAPMAN, Bruce  -  1977-81, 1983-84.  32 games, 37 goals.  {2nds - 49 games, 49 goals;  3rds - 29 games, 1 goal}.  Bruce played in the 1977 Thirds Premiership side, and the 1979 Seconds
Premiership side.

CHAPMAN, Graeme  -  1967-68.  9 games, 3 goals.  {2nds - 16 games, 10 goals}.  A ruck man recruited from Hampton Methodists.

CHARLES, W.  -  1968.  {3rds - 5 games, 7 goals}.  Recruited from West Perth.

CHEFFERS, Percy  - 1938.  5 games, 1 goal.  A wingman, he came to Sandringham after Round 11, 1938, from St.Kilda, where he played from 1936 to 1938 (8 games, 0 goals).

CHILDS, A.C.  -  1945.  2 games, 1 goal.

CHILDS, Eb   -  1937-38.   4 games, 0 goals.  {2nds -  1 game, 0 goals}.

CHINN, Andrew - 1995. {2nds - 5 games, 1 goal}.   A backman recruited from the Central Dragons.

CHIPP, R.  - 1957.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

CHISNALL, Peter  - 1971-72.  35 games, 9 goals.  {2nds - 2 games, 0 goals}.  Recruited from North Melbourne where he played from 1968 to 1970, and and returned  to play there from 1974  to 1976 (80 games, 14 goals);  a tough centre line player who rejoined North Melbourne after a  stint at
Sandringham.    Played  on the  wing in North Melbourne's 1975 Premiership side.  Coached Port
Melbourne in 1986.

CHRISTIE, ??  - 1936.   9 games, 11 goals.

CHRISTIE, Arthur  -  1934-35.  31 games, 3 goals.  Recruited from Brighton Vale.

CHRISTIE, Bob  -  1964.  6 games, 2 goals.   {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.  Recruited from Moorabbin after they were ejected from the VFA when the Moorabbin Council gave St.Kilda FC their ground.
Played in Moorabbins 1963 Premiership side.

CHRISTIE, H.   -  1935.  7 games, 1 goals.  Recruited from Brighton Vale.

CHRISTIE, Paul  -  1986.  {2nds - 4 games, 1 goal}.  Recruited from Scoresby.

CLANCY, Peter John  -  1959-60.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.   A very smart rover.  Cleared to Springvale in 1960.  Cleared to Waverly FC in 1961.

CLAPP, Danny  -  1984-85.  {3rds -  10 games, 11 goals}.  Recruited from Sandringham Sacred Heart.

CLAPP, Pat  -  1984.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals;  3rds - 7 games, 0 goals}.  Recruited from Sandringham Sacred Heart.

CLARK, Dennis "Boner"  -  1976-80.   81 games, 39 goals.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.  Originally played for East Malvern.  Recruited from Melbourne where he played from 1968 to 1975 (113 games, 57 goals).  An extremely courageous centre man.  Denis played in the 1977 Grand Final side, and  won the Best and Fairest the same year.  He was captain in 1979 and 1980.

CLARK, Robert   -  1962-64.  25 games, 28 goals.  {2nds - 15 games, 7 goals}.  Rover and a very neat, and tidy player, with  the ability to kick equally well with either foot.  Bob played in the 1962
Premiership side.

CLARKE, A.  -  1967.  {2nds -  6 games, 5 goals}.

CLARKE, Bill  --   1955-56.   23 games, 3 goals.   {2nds -  1 game, 0 goals}.  Recruited from Geelong.

CLARKE, Brendan - 1994.  {3rds -  16 games, 27 goals}. Played in 1994 Thirds Premiership side.

CLARKE, E.  -  1929, 1931.  20 games, 2 goals.   A back pocket ruckman recruited from Moorabbin.

CLARKE, Graham Alexander  -  1955,1957-61.  21 games, 7 goals.  {2nds - 29 games, 15 goals}.  Recruited  from Hampton CYMS.  Vice captain of Reserves in 1959.  Graham Clarke was coach of
the Thirds from 1966 to 1968 (including three Premierships).  Reserves coach in 1969, Senior
Coach in 1970.  In 1971 he was appointed Reserves coach, but resigned half way through the
season.

CLARKE, J.  - 1967.  {3rds - 2 games, 3 goals}.

CLARKE, Kelvin  -  1971-72, 1974-75.  47 games,  86 goals.  {2nds - 4 games, 0 goals}.  Recruited from Melbourne (1969-71, 9 games, 9 goals).  He played in the 1969 and 1970 Melbourne Reserves Premiership sides.  He won Sandringham's Best and Fairest in 1971.  Represented the VFA v. the Ovens and Murray in 1975.   Later played for Prahran, after a falling out with coach Kevin Murray. Played in Prahrans 1978 Premiership side.

CLARKE, Robert Alexander  -  1948-49.   16 games, 5 goals.  {2nds - 1 game, 2 goals}.  Recruited from Merbein FC in 1948.

CLARKE, Stephen  -  1966-71.  1 game, 0 goals.  {3rds - 25 games, 16 goals}.  Steven played in the 1966 and 1968 Thirds Premiership sides.  Recruited from ESBC.

CLAVERINO, D.  -  1969.  {3rds -  1 game, 0 goals}.

CLAYTON, J. - 1970-71.  {3rds - 26 games, 6 goals}.

CLAYTON, Keith  -  1953-55.  19 games, 13 goals.  {2nds - 10 game, 7 goals}.

CLECCETT, P. - 1977-78.  Thirds player.

CLEMENT, Scott - 1987-91.  5 games, 3 goals.  {2nds -  55 games, 129 goals}.  Recruited from Noble Park.  Scott was leading goalkicker for the Reserves in 1988.  He kicked 10 goals v. Oakleigh for the Reserves in 1989.  Later played for Oakleigh.

CLEMENTS, Colin  -  1958-60.  {2nds -  7  games, 24 goals;  3rds - 32 games, 21 goals}.  Full forward. Recruited from Glenhuntly.  Rose from Thirds to Reserves in 1960 as a centre half back, but a chance move  found him kicking a bundle  of goals at full forward.  Colin notched 12 goals in the Reserves  v. Brighton in 1960.

CLIFFORD, Brian  -  1968-69.  39 games, 5 goals.  {2nds - 21 games, 0 goals}.  Recruited  from
St.Patricks College, Sale.  Half back flanker.

CLIFFORD, Robert (Bob)  -  1962-64.  46 games, 3 goals. {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.  Recruited from St.Patricks College, Sale.  Centre half  back.  Bob played in the 1962 Premiership side.  He lost his life in a car crash in 1965 on his way back to Morwell -  he was 21.

COATS, Craig  -  1987-88.  {2nds - 4 games, 0 goals;  3rds -  11 games, 0 goals}.

COCHRANE, Keith Allen  - 1949.  {2nds - 9 games, 9 goals}.   Cleared to Cheltenham FC in 1950.

COELLI, Rod  -  1977-80.  53 games, 1 goal.  {2nds - 6 games, 0 goals}.  Recruited from South
Melbourne where he played in 1975 (3 games, 0 goals).  He was a dashing, strong centre half back,
and played in the 1977 Grand Final side.

COFFEY, Gerald  -  1954.   {2nds - 1 game, 1 goal;  3rds -  1 game, 0 goals}.  From ESBC.

COGDEN, J.  -  1929.  9 games, 2 goals.   recruited from Brighton.

COGHLAN, Brian  -  1955-56.  14 games, 7 goals. {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.  Recruited from Box Hill.

COGHLAN, T.  -  1929.  Captain of the Reserves.

COLEMAN, Peter  -  1969.  1 game, 0 goal.   {2nds - 10 games, 0 goals}.

COLERIDGE, C.  -  1963.  {3rds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

COLLA, Peter   -  1983.  {2nds - 3 games, 0 goal;  3rds - 13 games, 11 goals}.  Best and Fairest for the Thirds in 1983.

COLLIER, Adrian  -  1970.  3 games, 1 goal.  {2nds -  3 games, 0 goals}.

COLLINS, ?  - 1947.  {2nds - 13 games, 3 goals}.

COLLINS, Andrew  -  1985-86.  25 games, 16 goals.  Originally played for Doncaster Heights, Andrew was recruited from Hawthorn Thirds.  His sign on fee at Sandringham  was apparently the
payment for his text books.  He played  in the 1985 Premiership side, and won the 1985 Best and
Fairest.  Apparently  not wanted by Hawthorn, Fitzroy showed interest, but could not come up
with the $7,000 transfer fee. He eventually went to Hawthorn and played 212 games,  ? goals
(1986-96)(189 games in succession)  in the back pocket ; he played in four Grand Finals for three
Premierships (1988, 1989, and 1991), and  won Hawthorn's  Best and Fairest in 1990.    Coached
Sandringham to the 1997 Premiership, and coached Sandringham in 1998.

COLLINS, Bill - 1949-50.  {2nds - 6 games, 7 goals;  3rds - 1 game, 4 goals}.

COLLINS, Len - 1959.  1 game, 0 goals. :2nds - 1 game, 2 goals}.  Cleared to Brighton in 1960.

COLLINS, Ronald Kevin (Kevin)  -  1946-47, 1950-51.  75 games, 66 goals.  {2nds - 3 games, 1 goal}.  Local lad who went to St.Kilda Reserves,  and transferred to Sandringham soon after the start of the 1946 season.  He played in the 1946 Premiership side, and in the 1947 Grand Final side.   He
won the Best and Fairest in  1947.   Kevin played at South Melbourne (1948-49, 12 games, 13
goals).

COLLINS, Roy  -

COMAZETTO, A.  -  1988.  {3rds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

COMBE, Geoff  -  1965-66.  {3rds - 13 games, 3 goal}.  Committee man from 1995 to 1999
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COMERFORD,   -  1938.  6 games, 0 goals.   Played on the half back line.

COMTE, Harold  (Bill)  - 1938-39.  17 games, 8 goals.  Recruited from st. Kilda.  [??Comte, Harold W.J., played with St.Kilda  from 1930 to 1937 (104 games, 55 goals).  Originally from Echuca, Comte was a first class utility player.  Represented the Victorian "B" side in 1932, and won
St.Kilda's Best and Fairest  in 1933. He was killed in action during World War 2].

CONHEADY, John  -  1990.  {2nds - 15 games, 0 goals}.

CONLAN, Michael  -  1991.  3 games, 2 goals.  Played for Fitzroy, 1977-89, 210 games, 384  goals, a barrel chested half forward originally recruited from Manuka FC, ACT.   Appointed coach
of  Sandringham in 1990, but resigned due to business commitments before season started.
Played only 3 games in 1991 before business commitments forced him to retire.

CONNELLY, Alan   - 1953-55.  {3rds - 5 games, 1 goals}.

CONNICK, Tim  -  1971-72.  21 games, 3 goals.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.  Ruckman from Tooleybuc and East Malvern.  Tim won the 1972 Bendigo Gift.

CONNINGSBY,  Graham  -  1955-56. 32 games, 0 goals.  {2nds -  1 game, 1 goal}.  Recruited from Prahran.   Cleared to Prahran in 1960.

CONNOLLY, Chris  -  1988-90.  {3rds - 31 games, 0 goals}.

CONNOP, T.  -  1929.   9 games, 7 goals.  Recruited from Camberwell.

CONROY, Arthur Raymond - 1948-49.  One game in reserves in 1949 (1949 correspondence)[not in player file].  Cleared to Devenish (Ovens & Murray League) in 1955.

CONSIDINE, Matt  -  1984-86.  6 games, 1 goal.  {2nds - 29 games, 23 goals}.  Recruited from
Hawthorn.

CONSIDINE, Paul  -  1992.  {2nds - 2 games, 1 goal}.  Recruited from Hawthorn.

CONYER, Keith   - 1957.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals;  3rds - 3 games, 3 goals}.

COONEY,  Keith -  1950-52.  {2nds - 7 games, 0 goals;  3rds - 1 game, 0 goals}. Cleared to Colac in 1954.

COOPER, Colin  -  1972-74.  23 games, 1 goal.  {2nds - 3 games, 0 goals}.

COOPER, Geoff.  - 1982.   {3rds - 7 games, 0 goals}.

COOPER, Ian  - 1972-75.   56 games, 282 goals.  Played with St.Kilda, 1964-69 (69 games, 33 goals).  Originally from ESBC.  Played in St.Kilda's 1966 Premiership side.   He was stricken  with
rheumatic fever in 1967;  later played for Swan Districts in WA.  Recruited to Sandringham from
Swan Districts.  Ian was Sandringham's leading goal kicker in 1972 (64 goals), 1973 (104  goals),
1974 (43 goals), and 1975 (71 goals).  He was Captain in 1974.  He kicked 10 goals or more in a
game 4 times  -  12 goals v. Prahran, 1972, and v. Williamstown, 1973;  11 goals v. Waverley, 1972,
and 10 goals v. Oakleigh and Preston, 1973.  He was cleared to Cheltenham in 1976.

COOPER, M.  1992.  {3rds -  1 game 0 goals}.

COOPER, R.  - 1958.  {3rds  -  7 games, 5 goals}.

COOTE, T. - 1971.   {3rds - 9 games, 0 goals}.  Played seconds and thirds football.

COPELAND, N. (Harry)  - 1948.  7 games, 5 goals.   Recruited from Collingwood.

COPSEY, Alfred  - 1940-41.   15 games, 2 goals.  Later played for Melbourne in 1946 (5 games, 0
goals), and St.Kilda 1947-48  (13 games, 0 goals).  Cleared to Moorabbin in 1951.

CORNEHLS, Todd - 1994.  {3rds -  18 games, 3 goals}.

CORNER, Ian  -  1974-76.   21  games, 6 goals.  {2nds -  1 games, 0 goals}.   Recruited from
St.Kilda where he played from 1972 to 1973, (13 games, 5 goals).

CORR, Tony  -  1963-66, 1968-69.  {2nds - 8 games, 1 goal;  3rds - 44 games, 58 goals}.    Tony won the Thirds Best and Fairest in 1963.  He played in the VFA Thirds South Combine side in 1964, and was selected in the VFA Allstars team in that year.  He played in the 1969 Reserves Premiership side.

CORRIE, Steve  -  1987-88, 1991.   {2nds - 10 games, 3 goals;  3rds - 14 games, 1 goal}.

COSTA, John  -  1958-61.  {2nds -  23 games, 11 goals;  3rds - 15 games, 0 goals}.  Graduated from  Thirds to Reserves in 1959.  Played in 1961 Reserves Premiership.

COSTANTINO, F.  - 1977-78.  {3rds - 1 game, 1 goals}.  Played in the 1978 Thirds Premiership side.

COSTELLOE, Bill - 1950.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

COUGHLAN, Greg  -  1975.  3 games, 1 goals.  {2nds - 15 games, 0 goals}.

COURTNEY, Paul  -  1987,1990.  {2nds - 6 games,  0 goals;   3rds -  ?}.

COUTTS, Michael  -  1992.  {2nds - 17 games, 1 goal}.  Recruited from St.Kilda U-19's.  Originally from Hampton Rovers.

CRACKNELL,     -  1935-37.  17 games, 1 goal.   A back pocket player.

CRAIG, R.  - 1946-47.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals;  3rds - 7 games, 0 goals}.

CRAMERI, Clayton  - 1990-91.  9 games, 1 goal.  {2nds -  12 games, 2 goals}.  Recruited from Sturt FC, South Australia..

CRAVEN, Nick - 1993-95.  {2nds - 2 games, 1 goal;  3rds - 30 games, 22 goals}.  Nick was captain of the 1994 Thirds Premiership side.

CRAWFORD, G.  - 1989.  {3rds - 5 games, 0 goals}.

CRAWFORD, Mark  - 1987.  {3rds - 9 games, 50 goals}.  Mark was recruited from Moorabbin after they folded.  He was leading goal kicker for the Thirds in 1987.  Later played for Hampton
Rovers.

CRESSIA, Frank  -  1980.  {2nds - 4 games, 0 goals}.

CREW, Paul  -  1993.   {3rds - 2 games, 1 goal}.

CREWSDON, R.  1965-67.  1 game, 0 goals.  {2nds - 3 game, 2 goals}.

CROALL, Jason  - 1993.  1 game, 0 goals.  {2nds - 8 games, 0 goals}.  Recruited from Collingwood where he played from 1987-92 (37 games, 4 goals).  Played in the 1993 Reserves Premiership side.

CROFT, Max "Cagey"  -  1954-60.  136 games, 13 goals.   Max was raised in Port Melbourne and began  his football career with a junior club in the district.  At the age of 16 he began playing with Port Melbourne's Reserves in 1951, ultimately playing in the Reserves Premiership side.  Promoted to the Seniors the following season he found himself virtually a permanent back pocket.  He played in
Ports 1952 Grand Final side. In 1953 he was promoted to the number one ruckman, and though he
thought he had a good season the Port Melbourne hierarchy thought otherwise -  a knock on the
door one evening prior to the start of the 1954 season found Port secretary Norm Goss on the step
with the news that he had been dropped from the Port list.   At the age of 19 and 29 senior games
behind him he was recruited by Sandringham, and gave us one of the best ruckman to grace the
Zebra jumper.  As a footballer Max could best be described as a tough  work horse - he was not a
great mark or great kick, though he got his share.  He was very fair player, the ball was always his
objective -  he was regarded as a brilliant ruckman of his era, though he was only 6'2" tall.  He was
appointed vice-captain of the Zebras at the age of 20 (his second season), and due to the injury of
the captain (Ted Fletcher) led the side for most of the  year.  He was a good clubman, winning four
Best Clubman awards with the Zebras.    A ruckman, he was an intelligent, safe  player who rarely
failed to play a good game.  He won Sandringham's Best and Fairest in  1954 and 1958, and
represented the VFA in 1960.  Played in the 1960 Grand Final side.   He transferred to Tongala in
1961, then to Albury for  two years, and then to Geelong West  for three years (26 senior games).
He played in Geelong Wests 1964 2nd Division Premiership side.

CROFTS, J.  -  1967.  {3rds - 3 games, 6 goals}.

CROSS,  Alf. (Toby)  -  1953-57.  {2nds - 10 games, 7 goals;  3rds - 4 game, 3 goal}.  Cleared to Black Rock in 1959.

CROUCH, ?  -  1946.  {2nds - 1 game, 1 goal}.

CROUCH, Geoff -  1956.  14 games, 10 goals.  {2nds - 5 games, 11 goals}.  Junior football at ESBC.             Played U-19's at Melbourne FC.   Recruited from Black Rock.   Later had  a distinguished career as a VFL field umpire.

CROYSDALE, Jim - 1954.  From Richmond - played 1 game in Sandringham Reserves side.

CRUMP,   - 1941.  10 games, 0 goals.

CRUMP, Russell  -  1965-66.  {3rds - 11 games, 1 goal}.

CULLEN, ?   - 1957.  {2nds - 1 game, 0 goals}.

CULLINANE, Nick  - 1989-92.  20 games, 28 goals.  {2nds - 52 games, 138 goals}.   Recruited from Hamilton Imperials.  Nick was leading goal kicker for the Reserves in 1989 (42 goals), and 1991.

CUMMINGS, Lance  - 1956.  {3rds - 1 game, 5 goals}.

CUMMINGS, Len  - 1945-47. {2nds - 10 games, 0 goals}.   Best and Fairest for Reserves, 1945.  Len was a Life Member of the VFA Thirds.

CUMMINGS, Neil  - 1973-75.  6 games, 4 goals.  {2nds - 9 games, 0 goals;  3rds - 29 games, 67 goals}.  Recruited from ESBC.  Neil won the Thirds Best and Fairest in 1974.  He played in the 1973 Thirds Premiership side.

CUMMINGS, Phil  -  1972-75, 1977.  9 games, 0 goals.  {2nds - 32 games, 0 goals;  3rds -  15 games,  6 goals}.  Recruited from ESBC.

CUMMINGS, Robert  -  1991.  4 games, 4 goals.  {2nds - 1 game,  2 goals}.  Recruited from Fitzroy  where he played in 1990 (1 game, 0 goals).

CUMMINGS, Steve  -  1990.  3 games, 3 goals.  Recruited from St.Kilda, and was drafted by them in mid 1990, where he played 11 games in 1991.  Played for Frankston 1997-98.

CUNNINGHAM, C.  -  1979.  Thirds player.

CUSHEN, B.  -  1962-63.  {3rds - 24  games, 0 goals}.

CZERKASKI, Peter  -    1991-94.  70 games, 8 goals.  {2nds - 1 game, 1 goals}.  Recruited from Richmond where he played from 1985-90 (46 games, 6 goals).  A defender/tagger originally from De la Salle. He made  a Phil Manassa-like run at  the 29 minute mark of the last quarter against Preston to seal the game (Round 17,1992). He  had six bounces in a 70 metre run before passing toAndrew Krakouer who goaled.  [Not  the first  such run recorded for Sandringham - see David ELLIS].  Played in the VFA side  which defeated the VCFL in 1992.  Peter played in Sandringhams 1992 and 1994 Premiership sides.  He retired after the 1994 season.