Thomas M. Nash

Victorian Football Association
DOB: 1859
Games: 7 - 11
Goals: 1
Career: 1877-1879 1882

Thomas M. Nash.

1876 T. Nash was playing with the Carlton Imperials.
The Footballer 1876 had this to say about him;
"A very good player; keeps his legs well, smart and active, and plays with judgment."

1877 T. Nash had joined Albert Park but left during the season to play with Carlton.

1878 An excellent kick, with plenty of weight, gave promise of doing well, but fell off very early in the season and retired.
(The Footballer 1878, p31)

T. Nash played in the Carlton-Waratah Rubgy game at the M.C.G. on 30 June, and the Australian Football match 1 July 1878.

T. Nash scored 1 goal during the 1878 season.
(The Footballer 1878, p75)

Brother of Michael Nash

Uncle of Collingwood captain Robert. H. Nash.
Great-uncle of South Melbourne V.F.L. champion Laurie Nash.

1880 A player named T. Nash playing with the Melbourne Football Club.

1881 It was reported in the Australasian newspaper that the East Sydney club has recruited a number of players from Victoria, Nash of Melbourne was one of them.
(Australasian May 21)


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