Full Name: GRAEME LANDY
Date of Birth: 31/05/1954
Height: 183 cm ( 6-0 )
Weight: 85 kg ( 13-5 )
Debut: 04/08/1979, Round 18, St Kilda
Last Game: 30/08/1986, Round 22, Geelong
Total Games: 120
Total Goals: 38
Seasons: 1979-81, 1985-86
Total Games: 21
Total Goals: 10
Graeme was a half-back and half-forward-flanker. He played his early football with Echuca before moving to Geelong. He spent four seasons with Geelong before transferring to Richmond. For his height he was a very strong mark, a good left-foot kick and a fine tackler. He was a very consistent performer with Richmond and unlucky to miss the 1980 Premiership side due to a suspension resulting from the Qualifying Final. He was a member of the 1982 Grand Final team and he ran third in the 1983 Best and Fairest award. He spent eight seasons with Richmond before returning to Geelong for the last two years of his career. In 1992 and 1993, he was assistant coach of the Geelong Falcons Under/18 team. Geelong were the inaugural Victorian State Football League Premiers in 1992. Graeme was Richmond’s Senior runner in 1994 and 1995. Away from football he is a fitter and turner and lives in Geelong.
Echuca Thirds 1971 ; Echuca Seniors 1972-74, Games 52 ( Honours - Best & Fairest 1974, Leading Goalkicker 1972 Goals 40 ) ; Geelong Seniors 1975-78, Games 41, Goals 30 ; Geelong Reserves 1975-78 ( Honours - Premiership 1975 ).
Geelong Seniors 1987-88, Games 13, Goals 1 ; Geelong Reserves 1987-88, Games 49 including 1975-78, Goals 19 including 1975-78.