Season Summary: 1962

  

The VFA's decision to split into two divisions was deemed a success after it's first year in 1961, with better quality and closer matches being played across both first and second divisions.

 

The end of the 1962 season saw a wealth of experience leave the club, with Williamstown champions Ray Smith (205 games, 162 goals) and Jack Evans (171 games, 92 goals).

 

The club was again up around the top rungs of the ladder come season's end, finishing third with 12 wins from 18 games.

 

Their finals run would be cut short prematurely by a strong Coburg outfit however, losing in their semi-final clash.

  

 

 

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