Full Name: KEN STONEHOUSE
Date of Birth: 23/04/1956
Height: 180 cm ( 5-10 )
Weight: 76 kg ( 12-0 )
Debut: 03/04/1976, Round 1, Fitzroy
Last Game: 13/05/1978, Round 7, South Melbourne
Seasons: 1976, 1978
Total Games: 12
Total Goals: 4
Total Games: 80
Total Goals: 18
Honours: Premiership 1977, Best & Fairest 1977.
Ken was a talented and skilful back-pocket and ruck-rover who career was cut short due to injury. He spent six seasons with Richmond after working his way up from the Under/19 team. In 1977 he won the Reserves Best and Fairest award and played in the Premiership team. He then played briefly with Collingwood Reserves in 1980 before retiring. He later played one senior game with Oakleigh while serving as Chairman of Selectors, kicking 5 goals before being injured and retiring for good. Ken was a member of Richmond's coaching staff during Kevin Bartlett's reign as Senior coach. He now lives in the eastern suburbs.
Jordanville YCW U/10 to U/16 ( Honours - Best & Fairest Three Times ).
Collingwood Reserves 1980, Games 4, Goals 4 ; Oakleigh 1985, Games 1, Goals 5.