Jack Curran

Jack came from Newport in 1953 and became a triple-premiership (1954/55/56) half-back flanker. Jack played 74 senior games for the club. 

 

Garry Jeremiah

Garry was almost 74 years old and was a former player with Williamstown Reserves back in the mid-1960's. Garry continued his long association with the Club by being a vociferous supporter at games, by raising funds through the gate raffle for many years, by carrying out maintenance jobs at the ground, ensuring the flag was erected on game day, by being a member of the Gulls for almost 30 years and also becoming a life member of the Club in 2005.  He was married to Judi, former Gulls President and a Club director, for more than 50 years and was the loving father of Sally, Kristine and Rodney.

 

Neil Bloedorn

 

Neil was involved with Kevin Bury's Willi Backers fund-raising group prior to the reforming of the Gulls in 1990. Neil was then a member of the Gulls for more than 20 years. He was married to June for more than 25 years after marrying in Graeme Shortt's backyard in 1990. He loved sailing and socialising with his sailing mates Jeff Otter, David Drake and Phil Burgoine while enjoying a drink at the Hobson's Bay Yacht Club, the Royal Yacht Club, the Bowls Club or one of the local pubs in Williamstown. Neil also loved travelling and was grateful to squeeze in a final road trip with his son John just before passing away. Neil was 84 years old.

 

Ian 'Hucky' Johnson

 

Beginning his career in 1967, Johnson played 72 games for Williamstown primarily as a tough and uncompromising backman under coach Max Papley. Johnson played in three consecutive grand finals for the Seagulls before finishing his career in 1973.

Johnson was inducted into the club's Hall of Fame on July 27, 2019, during the President's Luncheon celebrating our 1949, '59 and '69 premiership triumphs. 

 

 

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