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Peter Dyring         Under 19's player

Peter Dyring


At Carlton: 1966 - 1969
Under 19’s : 29 games (13 games in 1966, 8 in 1967, 8 in 1968)
Reserves : 25 games (5 games in 1966, 13 in 1967, 4 in 1968, 4 in 1969)
Guernsey No.: 43 and 38 (1966), 49 and 52 (1967) 51 (1968).
Total Games : 54 (On 4 occasions Dyring played in both U19 & 2nds on the same day)
Captain Under 19's: 1967 and 1968
DOB: ?


Peter L Dyring was an Under 19 player at Carlton in 1966-69, captaining the Blues in 1966-1967. He was originally from Bulleen - Templestowe Youth Club, and was recruited from Hawthorn 4ths (Under 17s) in 1966.

He was listed in the Carlton Senior list from 1966 to to 1968. Overall Dyring played 54 games at both levels.

Drying wore five different guernsey numbers when he represented Carlton reserves, they were No.43 (on 7/5 off 11/6) & 38 (on 20/8 off 13/9) (1966), 49 (on 22/4 off 20/5) & 52 (on 12/6) (1967) 51 (on 15/4) (1968).

In 1967 he was listed on Carlton's Supplementary list at the beginning of the season and in 1969 he was listed under to be considered when available.

Dyring has been a supporter of the Blueseum, providing pictures and reports of his time at Carlton. Dyring reported that given his age, the Club would arrange a taxi to collect him from school (Box Hill Technical) and take him to training. Dyring was shown around the Club Rooms by Gerald Burke (secretary at the time). After training with the team, Dyring was introduced to Ron Barassi who gave a 'very strong presentation on where Carlton Football Club was heading, and why. He determined that if we wanted to be with a successful VFL Club, then Princes Park should be our second home'!

The pictures are summarised in the link below.

Career Highlights

1967 - U/19's Captain
1968 - U/19's Captain
1968 - U/19's - Special Award


Blueseum: Dyring's Image Gallery

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2001 Pre-season - Andrew McKay.
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Robbert Klomp in his Sturt days.

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