Brothers at other Clubs

Many players (men and women) at Carlton had brothers who played for other Footy Clubs. This page is designed to list these relationships for future reference:

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Carlton Player Brother Club
Les Abbott Clarrie Abbott Collingwood
Joe Anderson Jed Anderson Hawthorn / Nth Melbourne / Gold Coast Suns
Bob Atkinson Ted Atkinson Nth Melbourne
Ted Baker Reg Baker Collingwood
Selwyn Baker North Melbourne
Bill Barrot Wes Barrot Richmond / Collingwood
Les Batty Ern Batty Geelong
Ken Baxter Bill Baxter Melbourne
Bernie Baxter
Clinton Benjamin Warren Benjamin Nth Melbourne
Edric Bickford Albert Bickford Carlton / Melbourne
George Blake Mike Blake St Kilda
Tom Blake
Troy Bond Shane Bond West Coast / Port Adelaide
Rupe Bradley Syd Bradley St Kilda
Leo Brereton John Brereton Footscray
Jack Bristow Lindsay Bristow Collingwood
Tarni Brown (AFLW) Callum Brown Collingwood
Tyler Brown Collingwood / Adelaide
Ted Brown Jack Brown St Kilda
Tom Byrne Rex Byrne Fitzroy
George Calwell Bert Calwell Hawthorn
Clarrie Calwell
Blake Campbell Brad Campbell Melbourne
Tom Carroll "Dooley" Carroll St Kilda
Clinton 'Dick' Chandler Bert Chandler Hawthorn
Bob Chitty Peter Chitty St Kilda
David Clarke jnr Tim Clarke Hawthorn
Cameron Cloke Jason Cloke Collingwood
Travis Cloke Collingwood / Western Bulldogs
Herbert Cock Arthur Cock St Kilda
Eric Cock Collingwood
Denis Collins Daryl Collins Footscray
Bruce Comben John Comben Melbourne
Percy Daykin Bert Daykin Essendon
Richard Daykin Collingwood
Adrian Deluca Fabian De Luca Port Adelaide
Paddy Dow Thomson Dow Richmond
Tommy Downs Albert Downs Collingwood
Yasmin Duursma (AFLW) Xavier Duursma Port Adelaide / Essendon
Zane Duursma North Melbourne
Bob Edmond Jim Edmond Footscray / Sydney / Brisbane
Andrejs Everitt Peter Everitt St Kilda / Hawthorn / Sydney
Frank Finn Joe Finn Geelong
Simon Fletcher Daniel Fletcher Geelong
Jim Francis Jack Francis Hawthorn
Syd Francis Hawthorn
Scott Freeborn Glenn Freeborn Collingwood / Kangaroos
David Glascott Stuart Glascott Brisbane Bears
Bob Green Tom Green Hawthorn
Jack Green
Charlie Hammond Billy Hammond Collingwood
Jack Hammond Jack also played at Melbourne
Rupe Hiskins Fred Hiskins Essendon
Arthur 'Poddy' Hiskins South Melbourne
Stan Hiskins South Melbourne
Oliver Hollands Elijah Hollands Gold Coast Suns, Elijah was traded to Carlton for the 2024 season
Ryan Houlihan Damian Houlihan Collingwood / Nth Melbourne
Adam Houlihan Geelong / Richmond
Josh Houlihan St Kilda
Frank Irwin Vin Irwin Essendon
Brian Kekovich Sam Kekovich North Melbourne / Collingwood
Tom Leehane Ted Leehane Essendon
Denis Lenaghan Michael Lenaghan Geelong
Troy Longmuir Justin Longmuir Fremantle
Bert Lucas George Lucas South Melbourne
Gordon Mackie Ken Mackie Fitzroy
Justin Madden Simon Madden Essendon
Oscar McDonald Tom McDonald Melbourne
Mitch McGovern Jeremy McGovern West Coast Eagles
Cory McGrath Ashley McGrath Brisbane
Toby McGrath West Coast Eagles / Essendon
Frank McGrath J.P. 'Shane' McGrath Melbourne
Harry McKay Ben McKay Nth Melbourne / Essendon
Henry McShane James 'Jim' McShane Geelong
Henry McShane Phil McShane Geelong
Joe McShane
Troy Menzel Daniel Menzel Geelong
Terry Ogden George Ogden Melbourne
Frank O'Rourke Jack O'Rourke Collingwood
Bruce Reid John Reid Melbourne / Footscray / Sydney Swans
Alex Ruscuklic Peter Ruscuklic Fitzroy / Geelong
Renato Serafini Laurie Serafini Fitzroy
Michael Sexton Matthew Sexton Richmond / Melbourne
Ben Sexton Footscray
Keith Shea Jack Shea Hawthorn
Bob Standfield Paul Standfield Footscray
Nick Stevens Danny Stevens Kangaroos
Will Stuckey George Stuckey Essendon
Robert WarnockMatthew Warnock Melbourne / Gold Coast Suns
Daisy Walker (AFLW) Will Walker North Melbourne
Simon Wiggins Patrick Wiggins Footscray

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Page last modified on Friday 02 of February, 2024 21:33:36 AEDT by Bombasheldon.

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