Pat Pelly

Career: 1904
Debut: Round 4, 1904 v St Kilda aged 26 years and 197 days old
Carlton Player No. 170
Games: 8
Goals: 0
Last game: Round 11, 1904 v St Kilda aged 26 years and 246 days old
Height: 6’ (183cm)
Weight: 12.00 (76kg)
DOB: November 12, 1877

Pelly played 8 consecutive games for Carlton after first pulling on the boots for the Blues in Season 1904. Interestingly both his debut and final game - both in 1904 - were against St Kilda.

He was recruited from St. James (located between Benalla and Yarrawonga) and was a cousin of Carlton’s vice captain Jim Flynn, who was also a teammate in seven of his 8 games, before returning to his country club, St. James. Both cousins were later members of the 1909 St. James premiership side.

He died on February 20, 1939 at Benalla aged 61.

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