Jack Way        

Jack Way

1925 Carlton Reserves
1925 Carlton Reserves
Career: 1925, 1927
Debut: Round 1, 1925 v South Melbourne, aged 22 years, 258 days
408th Carlton Player
Games: 4
Goals: 1
Last game: Round 1, 1927 v South Melbourne, aged 24 years, 256 days
Guernsey No. 1 & 12 in 1927
Height: 178cm
Weight: 76kg
DOB: 17 August, 1902

Wearing the very famous guernsey #1, Way played 4 games and kicked 1 goal in Navy Blue after debuting in 1925. Way was born in Werribee, and recruited from Carlton District, he had previously played for Brunswick Juniors.

Way moved to Essendon for Season 1928 where he played five games and booted two goals in his only season for the Bombers.

Jack is the uncle of Alex Way who was a member of Carlton's 1945 Premiership side.

Way passed away on the 19th June, 1970 aged 67.

Blueseum: Summary of playing statistics for Jack Way

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1977 - Player movements in the off-season.
1986 Rd 21 - Player of the Round; David Rhys-Jones.

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