Jim Canfield

Career: 1977
Debut: Round 7, 1977 vs Melbourne, aged 19 years, 62 days
Carlton Player No. 866
Games: 9
Goals: 2
Guernsey No. 1
Last Game: Round 21, 1977 vs Richmond, aged 19 years, 160 days
Height: 191cm
Weight: 80kg
DOB: 13 March, 1958

Canfield played 9 games, and kicked 2 goals, in that most esteemed of Carlton guernsey's, the #1, after debuting in Season 1977. He was recruited from St Vincents College (Junortoun, Bendigo). In 1978, he returned to the family farm to learn the trade from his father, he was captain/coach of Birchip at the age of 20.

Canfield shared his debut with Peter Bedford.

In 1975 Canfield wore No. 35 and No.54 whilst playing reserve grade football for the Blues.

Blueseum: Summary of playing statistics for Jim Canfield | Canfield's Blueseum Image Gallery


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