Fos Williams

Fos Williams

Foster Neil "Fos" Williams AM (born 21 February 1922 in Quorn, South Australia - died 1 September 2001 in Adelaide) was a leading Australian rules footballer who played for and coached the Port Adelaide and West Adelaide Football Clubs and coached South Adelaide in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) in a career spanning 1946-1978. He also played 34 interstate games for South Australia, captaining the team from 1954–1958 and he coached the team in 45 games from 1955-1969.

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Fos Williams - Personal Life and Family
... Williams' four children all had successful sports careers ... Son Mark Williams played 380 games of league football for West Adelaide and Port Adelaide in the SANFL, and Collingwood and Brisbane in the VFL, and coached the Australian Football League's Port Adelaide Football ... Anthony Williams, Mark's twin, also played for West Adelaide and Port Adelaide ...
Fos Williams Medal
... The Fos Williams Medal has been awarded since 1981 to the best Australian rules football player from South Australia during Inter-State or Inter-Competition matches ... legendary South Australian National Football League (SANFL) player and coach Fos Williams ...
Power To Win - Individual Awards - Fos Williams Award
... The Fos Williams Medal is named in honour of former legendary player and coach Fos Williams and is awarded to the player’s choice for the club’s Best Team Man ...
Glenelg Football Club - Fos Williams Medalists
... The Fos Williams Medal is awarded to the best player during State of Origin games for South Australia ... Glenelg has six Fos Williams Medalists, including one dual medalist 1981 – Peter Carey 1982 – Stephen Copping 1982 – Paul Weston 1984 – Stephen Kernahan 1987 – Chris McDermott 1988 – Stephen ...
Port Adelaide Football Club (SANFL) - Club Records
1975–86 - 248 games) Most Years as Coach 21 by Fos Williams (1950–1958, 1962–1973) Most Premierships as Coach 10 by John Cahill (1977, 1979-81, 1988-90, 1992, 1994-96) Most Years as Captain 9 ...

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