Alan Noonan - Essendon Football Club Committee

Essendon Football Club Committee

Noonan holds the record for the Essendon Football Club's shortest ever term as a committeeman. In the 1992 Club election, he was elected to the committee. Within a couple of days, 50 "lost" votes were found, a recount was conducted and, with 18 of the votes for Noonan declared invalid, Barry J. Keam (who served on the Essendon Football Club Committee from 1976 to 1995) was restored to his place on the Committee.

Noonan later served on the Essendon Football Club Committee as Vice-President from 1994 to 1995.

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