John Ironmonger

John Ironmonger

Infobox afl player | firstname = John
lastname = Ironmonger

birthdate = 16 February 1961
birthplace =
originalteam = East Perth
heightweight = 200cm / 110 kg
dead =
deathdate =
deathplace =
debutdate = 1985
debutteam = Sydney Swans
debutopponent =
debutstadium =
playingteams = Sydney Swans (1985-87)
* 45 games, 1 goal
Fitzroy (1988) (1990-91)
* 43 games, 8 goalsTotal - 88 Games, 9 Goals
coach =
coachingteams =
statsend = 1991
careerhighlights =

John Ironmonger (born 16 February 1961) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with the Sydney Swans and Fitzroy in the VFL/AFL.

Ironmonger was a 200cm ruckman and started his football career at East Perth in the WAFL. He made his debut in 1980 and won a Sandover Medal for his efforts in the 1983 season. The following year he was recruited by Sydney with whom he spent three seasons before joining Fitzroy. Injuries restricted his appearances for Fitzroy but he managed 43 games to bring his league tally to 88 games. He also represented West Australia at interstate football on four occasions during his career.

Ironmonger now lives in northern California, [ U.S.A.] , where he helped found the Santa Cruz Roos in the late 1990s. He currently serves as Treasurer and Player Manager on the Board for the Golden Gate Australian Football League.

External links

* [,%20Sydney,%20Fitzroy) Fullpointsfooty profile]
* [ Golden Gate Australian Football League]

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