Career : 1902
Debut : Round 2, 1902 v South Melbourne, aged 24 years, 64 days
Carlton Player No.: 126
Games : 3
Goals : 2
Last game : Round 6, 1902 v Fitzroy, aged 24 years, 92 days
Height : ? cm
Weight : ? kg
DOB : 7 March, 1878
In 3 games for Carlton after debuting in 1902, Wickens kicked 2 goals. Wickens' debut was a shocking match for the Blues, pumped and goal-less all day. Wickens was born in Hotham (Nth Melbourne), and recruited from Carlton Imperials.
In 1909 George was awarded equal first class in Therapeutics, Dietetics, and Hygiene at Melbourne University.
Wickens had also passed his fifth year of medicine at Melbourne (Ormond College).
(Argus December 30 p6)
Retired specialist Dr.George Henry Wickens aged 72 of Glenferrie Rd. Hawthorn (Vic) died on a R.A.A.F crash launch while being medically evacuated to the main land from Arcadia, Magnetic Island Qld. on June 14 1950.
George had been ill for sometime and had been holidaying with his wife on the island. (wikipedia)