Full Name: TREVOR WILSON
Date of Birth: 10/12/1950
Height: 177 cm ( 5-9 1/2 )
Weight: 81 kg ( 12-10 )
Debut: 20/06/1970, Round 12, Fitzroy
Last Game: 29/08/1970, Round 22, Footscray
Total Games: 2
Total Goals: 2
Total Games: 31
Total Goals: 60
Honours: Leading Goalkicker 1970 Goals 43, VFL Reserves Representative Team 1969.
Trevor played in the centre, forward-pocket and as a rover. He was a skilful, creative player who was unfortunate that Richmond had several other players of a similar size all competing for a senior position. He started with the Richmond Fourths in 1962 and spent a total of nine seasons at the club. He was a member of the Under/19’s Premiership sides in 1968 and 1969, and was selected in the VFL Reserve’s Representative side in 1969. He won the Reserves’ Goalkicking award in 1970. His two senior games were in 1970 against Fitzroy in Round 12 and as a reserve against Footscray in Round 22. Against Footscray he came on the ground and kicked 2 goals. In 1971 he played briefly with Footscray and then Williamstown. He then crossed to Bena where he spent three seasons, winning the Bass Valley League Best and Fairest in 1974. He spent 1975 with Dandenong before turning to coaching. He coached Pakenham and Korumburra to Premierships before retiring in 1982 as a player. He then coached the Hawthorn Junior Schoolboy squad from 1986 until 1989. In 1992 and 1993, he coached the Victorian Under/15 side. In 1994, he coached the Gippsland Power Under/18 team in the State League competition. Trevor is a schoolteacher.
Footscray Seniors 1971, Games 1, Goals 0 ; Footscray Reserves 1971, Games 4, Goals 2 ; Williamstown 1971, Games 5, Goals 4 ; Bena 1972-74, Games 50 ( Honours - Club Best & Fairest 1973-74, Bass Valley Competition Best & Fairest 1974, Leading Goalkicker 1972-74 ) ; Dandenong VFA 1975, Games 6 ; Korumburra Captain/Coach 1976-77, Games 40 ( Honours - Premiership 1976-77, Best & Fairest 1976 ) ; Pakenham 1978-82, Games 60 ( Honours - Premiership 1982 ) ; Gippsland PowerU/18 Coach 1994.