Full Name: BENNIE LUNN
Date of Birth: 11/06/1905
Height: 178 cm ( 5-10 )
Weight: 76 kg ( 12- 0 )
Debut: 29/08/1925, Round 15, South Melbourne
Last Game: 15/06/1929, Round 7, Geelong
Seasons: 1925-26, 1928-29
Total Games: 28
Total Goals: 0
Honours: VFL Representative Team 1928 Games 1 Goals 0.
Seasons: 1924-26, 1928-29
Total Games: 57
Bennie was a full-back, back-pocket and half-back-flanker. Early in his career he struggled to gain regular senior selection due to a champion full-back Vic Thorp holding down that position. Bennie later played with Hawthorn before moving to VFA club Sandringham. Apart from his football, he was awarded the Imperial Service Medal by the Queen for his work prior to and during the 1956 Melbourne Olympics. He also played Senior XI District Cricket with Richmond in 1925/26 scoring 93 runs with a highest score of 39. Bennie died in 1985.
Richmond Cadets 1921 ; Richmond Ramblers 1922-23.
Rosedale Captain/Coach 1927 ; Best and Fairest Gippsland League 1927 .
Hawthorn 1930, Games 9, Goals 0 ; Sandringham 1931-35, Games 69 , Goals 4 ; Seaford 1936.