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Wes Fellowes

Wes Fellowes
Personal information
Date of birth (1961-03-07) 7 March 1961 (age 53)
Original teamBulleen-Templestowe
Debut1981, Collingwood
v. St Kilda
Playing career1

Collingwood (1981-89)

102 games, 28 goals
1 Playing statistics to end of 1989 season .
Career highlights

Wesley 'Wes' Fellowes (born 7 March 1961) was an Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League.

Son of Graeme, Fellowes was a tall ruckman recruited to the Magpies from Bulleen-Templestowe. He was quite a skillful and mobile ruckman, but his work rate was always questioned by the football public. He played some consistent football after an improving start to his career, and in 1986 he stunned people, winning the Copeland Trophy. He would fade away late in his 102 game career, and finish in 1989.

External links

  • Wes Fellowes's statistics from AFL Tables
Preceded by
Mark Williams
Copeland Trophy winner
Succeeded by
Darren Millane

Template:Copeland Trophy

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