Single Gamer

Billy Stone

Career: 1925
Debut and only game: Round 1, 1925 v South Melbourne, aged 23 years, 361 days
406th Carlton Player
Goals: 1
Guernsey No. 31
Height: 173cm
Weight: 65kg
DOB: 6 May, 1901

Billy Stone wore the number 31 in a single game for the Blues in 1925. He was born in Collingwood and recruited from Coburg.

Much like fellow single-gamer Les Watkins, Stone was able to kick a goal in this, his only game in the Navy Blue.

W.H. 'Billy' Stone also played with VFA club Camberwell.

Left: W. Stone from a 1925 team photo of Carlton seconds VJFL, captain - coached by Jimmy Goonan.

Stone passed away on the 14th December, 1993 aged 92.


The Age May 01 1925 (p10) said Stone was recruited from the Tramways team.

Blueseum: Summary of playing statistics for Billy Stone | Stone's Blueseum Image Gallery
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