Ken Farmer

Ken Farmer

Kenneth William George "Ken" Farmer (born 25 July 1910 in Adelaide, South Australia – died 5 March 1982 in Adelaide) was an Australian rules football player in the South Australian National Football League during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. He was a prolific goalscoring full forward and successful premiership winning coach for North Adelaide.

Read more about Ken Farmer:  Early Life, SANFL Career, Record, Honours

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North Adelaide Football Club - Club Records
... by Michael Redden (1978–93) Most Goals in a Season 134 by Ken Farmer in 1936 Most Goals for the Club 1419 by Ken Farmer (1929-41 - 224 games) Most Years as Coach 12 by Michael ... Lewis (1930, 1931), Ken Farmer (1949, 1952), Mike Patterson (1971, 1972) and Michael Nunan (1987, 1991) Most Years as Captain 8 by Ian McKay (1948–55) Most Premierships as Captain 2 by ...
Ken Farmer - Honours
... Farmer was made a Life Member of the North Adelaide Football Club in 1937 ... In 1980 the "Ken Farmer Gates" were dedicated on the eastern side of North Adelaide's home ground, Prospect Oval ... Since 1981 the leading goalkicker in the SANFL each season has been awarded the "Ken Farmer Medal" ...
Ken Farmer Medal
... The Ken Farmer Medal is named in honour of the Australian rules footballer, North Adelaide Football Club full forward Ken Farmer ...

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