Alfred Gooddy

Victorian Football Association
DOB: 1868 Caulfield or Carlton Vic
DOD: 05 December 1939 Horsham
Games: 1
Goals: 1
Career: 1887 - 1890

Alfred Ernest Hamlet Gooddy
The Horsham Times said he born in Caulfied, other "ancestry" type records say Carlton.

1890 August 30
Goody/Gooddy played in the victory against Williamstown at Williamstown, he scored a goal.
(The Argus)

1890 CFC Annual Report, Gooddy scored 1 Goal,
(and 4 goals in the Reserves.)

1887 CFC Annual Report, Gooddy scored 3 goals in the Reserves.

1888 CFC Annual Report, Gooddy scored 1 goal in the Reserves.

1889 CFC Annual Report, Gooddy scored 1 goal in the Reserves.

An E. Goody was the Second Twenty Secretary in 1890 same person?

Mark Pennings' Volume 3 Origins of Australian Football has A. Gooddy recruited from South Yarra in 1890.
Pennings' Volume 5 has Alfred Ernest Hamlet Gooddy playing one senior game in 1890.


Same name, right age.
Horsham Times
Resided at 15 Smith Street and buried at the Horsham cemetery.

The father? John Gooddy had a soft drink manufacturing business in Madeline Street Carlton North

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