Full Name: DANNY GUINANE
Date of Birth: 18/05/1911
Height: 179 cm ( 5-10 1/2 )
Weight: 100 kg ( 15-10 )
Debut: 05/05/1934, Round 1, Melbourne
Last Game: 07/08/1943, Round 13, Footscray
Seasons: 1934-39, 1942-43
Total Games: 103
Total Goals: 1
Seasons: 1934-35, 1937-43
Total Games: 48
Total Goals: 6
Honours: Captain/Coach 1940-41
Daniel was a back-pocket and half-back. He was a strong, solidly built defender, who had both pace and skill. He was voted Richmond’s best player in 1935 preliminary final and the 1937 first semi-final both against Collingwood. In 1941, he won the “Murie Cup” as runner-up in the VFL Seconds Best and Fairest.
He was playing-coach of the Richmond Reserves in 1940 and 1941. He was also a member of the Seniors 1942 Grand Final side. A schoolteacher, he died in 1992. Dan was the father of former Richmond player Paddy GUINANE. They are the only father and son combination to play 100 or more senior games since Richmond joined the VFL.
Bungaree 1925-33, Games 110 ( Honours - Premiership Three ) ; South Ballarat 1928, Games 4, Goals 0.
St Kevins College Coach 1940-41.