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Marcus Whelan Personal information Birth June 27, 1914(1914-06-27) Recruited from Noorat Height and weight 175 cm / 67 kg Death 1973 (aged 58–59), Playing career¹ Team(s) Collingwood (1933-1942) (1946-47) 173 games 31 goals ¹ Statistics to end of 1947 season Career highlights Collingwood Premiership side 1935-36 Brownlow Medal 1939 Copeland Trophy 1939 Victorian representative 3 times Marcus Whelan (27 June 1914 – 1973) was an Australian rules footballer who played for Collingwood Football Club during the 1930s and 1940s. He played in the midfield as a centreman and on occasions would be seen in defence. Whelan won the Brownlow Medal in 1939 and was also awarded Collingwood's Best and Fairest Award, the Copeland Trophy. After fighting in World War II he returned to the Victoria Football League in 1946 and retired at the end of the 1947 season. Whelan's son Shane played for Collingwood between 1967 and 1969. Whelan is also the grandfather of actress and television presenter Nicky Whelan. External links Marcus Whelan's statistics from AFL Tables Full Points Footy Profile Australian Football League Preceded by Dick Reynolds Brownlow Medallist 1939 Succeeded by Des Fothergill v • d • e 1935/36 Collingwood Magpies Dual Premiership Players Captain: H. Collier | Bowyer | Carmody | A. Collier | Doherty | Fraser | Froude | Kyne | Morgan | A.Pannam | Regan | Riley | Ross | Stackpole | Whelan | Woods Coach: McHale v • d • e Brownlow Medal winners 1924: Greeves | 1925: Watson | 1926: Warne-Smith | 1927: Coventry | 1928: Warne-Smith | 1929: Collier | 1930: Judkins | 1931: Bunton | 1932: Bunton | 1933: Smallhorn | 1934: Reynolds | 1935: Bunton | 1936: Ryan | 1937: Reynolds | 1938: Reynolds | 1939: Whelan | 1940: Matthews | Fothergill | 1941: Ware | 1946: Cordner | 1947: Deacon | 1948: Morris | 1949: Clegg | Austen | 1950: Ruthven | 1951: Smith | 1952: Wright | Hutchison | 1953: Hutchison | 1954: Wright | 1955: Goldsmith | 1956: Box | 1957: Gleeson | 1958: Roberts | 1959: Skilton | Howell |1960: Schultz | 1961: James | 1962: Lord | 1963: Skilton | 1964: Collis | 1965: Stewart | 1966: Stewart | 1967: Smith | 1968: Skilton | 1969: Murray | 1970: Bedford | 1971: Stewart | 1972: Thompson | 1973: Greig | 1974: Greig | 1975: Dempsey | 1976: Moss | 1977: Teasdale | 1978: Blight | 1979: Moore | 1980: Templeton | 1981: Quinlan | Round | 1982: Wilson | 1983: Glendinning | 1984: Moore | 1985: Hardie | 1986: DiPierdomenico | Williams | 1987: Lockett | Platten | 1988: Healy | 1989: Couch | 1990: Liberatore | 1991: Stynes | 1992: Wynd | 1993: Wanganeen | 1994: Williams | 1995: Kelly | 1996: Hird | Voss | 1997: Harvey | 1998: Harvey | 1999: Crawford | 2000: Woewodin | 2001: Akermanis | 2002: Black | 2003: Buckley | Ricciuto | Goodes | 2004: Judd | 2005: Cousins | 2006: Goodes | 2007: Bartel | 2008: Cooney | 2009: Ablett, Jr. | 2010: Judd Persondata Name Whelan, Marcus Alternative names Short description Date of birth 27 June 1914 Place of birth Date of death Place of death