- Keith Stackpole (footballer)
Infobox afl player | firstname = Keith
lastname = Stackpole
image size = 150
birthdate = 31 July 1916
originalteam = Abbotsford
heightweight = 165 cm / 84 kg
debutdate = 1935
debutteam = Collingwood
playingteams = Collingwood (1935-39)
* 34 games, 26 goals
* 84 games, 203 goalsTotal - 118 Games, 229 Goals
statsend = 1944
Stackpole made his VFL debut in 1935 with Collingwood and played as a reserve in that year's winning Grand Final as well as their premiership triumph the following season. Due to the success of Collingwood the competition for a place in the side was tough and as a result he left the club for Fitzroy during the 1939. He formed a strong partnership with fellow rover
Allan Ruthvenand his last game of football was their 1944 Grand Final win in which he kicked 2 goals.
After leaving the league he joined Prahran as captain and coach, kicking 85 goals in his first season. He also became a Victorian first-class cricketer and made 1025 runs at 34.16 from his 20 games. His son, Keith junior, would play Test cricket for Australia.
* [http://www.fullpointsfooty.net/sn-sz.htm#Keith%20Stackpole%20(Collingwood,%20Fitzroy,%20Prahran) Full Points Footy Biography: Keith Stackpole]
* [http://content-aus.cricinfo.com/australia/content/player/7822.html Cricinfo profile]
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