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Carlton Hall Of Fame Inductees

Fevola Flies (file photo/AFANA)

In mid-March, Carlton announced three new inductees into their Hall of Fame: the late Jack Carney, Neil Chandler, and Brendan Fevola. The club's Hall of Fame was established in 1987 to recognize contributions made to the club by the individual honoree, which can be in the form of records, ability, integrity, sportsmanship, and character.

THE INDUCTEES

JACK CARNEY

Playing 84 games and was well respected at both Geelong and Carlton for his passion for the game he loved. The speedy winger was a member of Carlton's drought-breaking 1938 premiership, a 15-point win over old enemy Collingwood. Despite his short stature of just 5'3", he had excellent passing skills and courage. In 1941, Carney joined the RAF, serving throughout the Second World War as an aircraft mechanic, before returning to Carlton in an administration role. He served as team manager, reserves coach and as a liaison for the players, and continued to support the club for four decades after his retirement. Carney passed away in October 1981 at the age of 72. 

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