Frank Munro

Playing Career: 1954 - 1956
Debut: Round 2, 1954 v Melbourne, aged 19 years, 362 days
Carlton Player No.: 678
Games: 14
Goals: 3
Guernsey No.: 22 (1955 - 1956) and 38 (1954)
Last Game: Round 7, 1956 v Footscray, aged 22 years, 29 days
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 76 kgs
DOB: April 27, 1934

Munro played 14 games for Carlton from Season 1954, after representing the Blues at Under 19 level, being a member of the premiership team in 1951 and being a member of the reserves 1953 premiership team.. He kicked 3 goals for the Blues Seniors. Munro would play the first 5 of those games in 1954 in Guernsey number 38, before moving to 22 for 1955 and 1956.

Munro transferred midway through the 1956 season to play with Richmond, he was with the Tigers from mid 1956 to 1957, in this time he managed to play a further 13 games.

Munro was recruited from Princes Hill U/19's and graduated from the Blues U/19's to the senior ranks.

Years later, Munro donated a painting of former Blue Harry Balharry to the Club - a painting which had been in the Munro family for many years. For more information on this story, please read here.

Career Highlights

1953 - Reserves Premiership

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