Full Name: CLARRIE HALL
Date of Birth: 18/01/1890
Height: 160 cm ( 5-3 )
Weight: 64 kg ( 19-1 )
Debut: 13/07/1912, Round 12, University
Last Game: 20/09/1924, Round SF, Fitzroy
Total Games: 150
Total Goals: 169
Honours: Premiership 1920-21, Captain 1918, Leading Goalkicker 1914 Goals 32, 1915 Goals 25, Victorian Representative Team 1919, 1921 Games 2 Goals 3 ).
Clarrie was a rover. He was a skilful player who despite his lack of size still fought courageously for the ball. Recruited from Prahran, he later formed part of the famous ruck combination with James, Herbert, Moffat, Minogue and Hughes. He was the Tigers’ leading rover for almost a decade. In a game against Fitzroy in 1912, he was Richmond’s sole goal scorer with 3 and his highest individual tally was 5 against Fitzroy in 1918. He was awarded Life Membership in 1920 and represented Victoria twice. He won the club Goalkicking award twice and was captain in 1918. He was a member of the 1920 and 1921 Premiership sides and played in 1919 Grand Final side where he was injured. He left Richmond and coached North Melbourne for one year, before returning to Richmond in 1924 for one Finals’ game. Clarrie later served on the Richmond Committee between 1924 and 1934; he was Vice-President in 1935, and Reserves President in 1936. In 1951 along with “Checker” Hughes and Jack Baggott, he was responsible for founding the Richmond Former Players’ Association.
Leopold 1909 ; Prahran 1910-12.
North Melbourne VFA Captain/Coach 1923, Games 18, Goals 20.