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Laurie Kerr

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Born: 25-Jun-1928
Died: 28-Dec-20011
Height: 178cm (AFL Tables)

Career

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Carlton (VFL) 1950-1959 - 149 Games, 48 Goals

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1950'S CROP OF NEW LEAGUE PLAYERS LOOKS GOOD Says Percy Taylor

Argus 2-Sep-1950 p10-11 Weekend Magazine

EARLY IN the sea- son Carlton felt that they had the best set of new players in their history. They signed up 15, and firmly believed that at least 12 of them would, sooner or later, be regular senior players.

Those hopes have not been realised. After early season injuries and dis- appointments in form, it is now felt that four- will go on to be regular players next season. They are Vin English, John Mills, Jack Brown, and Laurie Kerr.

Had he not been injured in the practice period, Kerr would have played in the first game as a wing man. but the injury was so persistent that he has played only since July 8. Solidly built and tenacious, Kerr's game is based on speed-he won several important footraces during the season. His kicking is not 100%, as he seems to be caught on the wrong foot. These are points that experience will mend. Laurie has the intelligence and the ability to overcome them.



Other Photos

Laurie Kerr - 1954 Argus Football Swap Cards Source: Australian Football Cards
Laurie Kerr - 1954 Argus Football Swap Cards Source: Australian Football Cards
Laurie Kerr - 1954 Coles Victorian Footballers - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards
Laurie Kerr - 1954 Coles Victorian Footballers - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards
The Age 9-Jun-1954 p12 L Kerr Carlton - Source- Google News Archive
The Age 9-Jun-1954 p12 L Kerr Carlton - Source- Google News Archive
Laurie Kerr - 1958 Atlantic Picture Pageant - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards - Reproduced with the permission of Esso Australia
Laurie Kerr - 1958 Atlantic Picture Pageant - Source: Australian Rules Football Cards - Reproduced with the permission of Esso Australia


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[+] AFL Tables - Laurie Kerr
Wikipedia - Laurie Kerr



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