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Alby Rodda Personal information Birth 8 September 1920 Height and weight 166cm, 80kg Playing career¹ Team(s) Melbourne (1939-1950) 131 games, 142 goals ¹ Statistics to end of 1950 season Career highlights Melbourne Best and Fairest 1949 Melbourne premiership player 1939, 1940, 1948 Alby Rodda (Born 8 September 1920 is a former Australian rules football player in the Victorian Football League (VFL). He was a member of the Melbourne premiership teams in 1939, 1940 and 1948. References Profile on fullpointsfooty.net External links Alby Rodda career stats Awards and achievements Preceded by Wally Lock Melbourne Best and Fairest 1949 Succeeded by Len Dockett v · d · eMelbourne Football Club 1939 VFL Premiers Captain: La Fontaine | Anderson | Baggott | Ball | Beames | Emselle | Fischer | Furniss | Hingston | G. Jones | L. Jones | Kimberley | Mueller | O'Keefe | Roberts | Rodda | Smith | Truscott | Wartman Coach: Hughes v · d · eMelbourne Football Club 1940 VFL Premiers Captain: La Fontaine | Anderson | Baggott | Ball | Barassi, Sr. | Beames | Emselle | Fanning | Gibb | Hingston | Jones | McLean | Mueller | O'Keefe | Roberts | Rodda | Smith | Truscott | Wartman Coach: Hughes v · d · eMelbourne Football Club 1948 VFL Premiers Captain: Don Cordner | Arnold | Bickford | Bowman | Collins | Denis Cordner | Craddock | Deans | Dockett | Dullard | McLean | Jackson | McGrath | McKenzie | McMahen | Mueller | Rodda | Rule | Smith | Spittle Coach: Hughes v · d · eKeith 'Bluey' Truscott Medal winners 1935: La Fontaine | 1936: La Fontaine | 1937: Mueller | 1938: N. Smith | 1939: Mueller | 1940: Baggott | 1941: La Fontaine | 1942: La Fontaine | 1943: Don Cordner | 1944: N. Smith | 1945: Fanning | 1946: Mueller | 1947: Lock | 1948: Rodda | 1949: Dockett | 1950: Denis Cordner | 1951: McMahen | 1952: McGivern | 1953: Melville | 1954: Denis Cordner | 1955: Spencer | 1956: Spencer | 1957: Beckwith | 1958: Mithen | 1959: Mithen | 1960: Dixon | 1961: Barassi | 1962: Mann | 1963: Mann | 1964: Barassi | 1965: Townsend | 1966: Leahy | 1967: Mann | 1968: Groom | 1969: Townsend | 1970: Davis | 1971: Wells | 1972: Alves | 1973: Ditterich | 1974: Alves | 1975: Fowler | 1976: Wells | 1977: Flower | 1978: Baker | 1979: Fowler | 1980: Fowler | 1981: S. Smith | 1982: Icke | 1983: Johnson | 1984: Gerard Healy | 1985: Hughes | 1986: Greg Healy | 1987: Stretch | 1988: O'Dwyer | 1989: Johnson | 1990: Lyon | 1991: Stynes | 1992: Lovett | 1993: Viney | 1994: Lyon | 1995: Stynes | 1996: Stynes | 1997: Stynes | 1998: Viney | 1999: Schwarz | 2000: Woewodin | 2001: Yze | 2002: Neitz | 2003: Robertson | 2004: White | 2005: Johnstone | 2006: McDonald | 2007: McDonald | 2008: Bruce | 2009: Davey | 2010: Green Persondata Name Rodda, Alby Alternative names Short description Date of birth 8 September 1920 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This Australian biography article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e