Reg Masters

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 Glenelg Career Highlights
  • GFC League Player Number: 259
  • GFC League Debut: Round 5, 1941
  • Glenelg 1941 - 1943, 1945 - 1947
    • 67 games
    • 21 goals
 Other Career Highlights


  • Born: 9 December 1919
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  • Recruited from: Encounter Bay
  • GFC League Debut: 1941

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Reg Masters played football with Encounter Bays in 1940, being a member of the premiership side and winning the Mail and Ozone Medals.

From 1941 to 1947 Masters played 66 games for Glenelg, captaining the side in 1947 in a league football career that was interrupted by World War 2.

He returned to the Bays in 1948, but badly injured a knee.

In 1955 he became Captain Coach of the then Bay Valley Rovers, and later went on to coach Port Elliot to a premiership.

In addition, he played cricket for Encounter Bay before and after World War 2, until 1955 and was a former president as well as life member of the Great Southern Cricket Association.

He served for 28 years with the Highways Department, retiring in 1983 as supervisor- in charge of Victor Harbor maintenance area.


1. Pride of the Bay

2. Victor Harbor Times 1983 article

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