Rex Voigt

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 Career Highlights
  • GFC League Player Number: 550
  • GFC League Debut: Round 10, 1967
  • Glenelg 19671979
    • 257 games
    • 258 goals
  • Best and Fairest 1970
  • Premiership player 1973
  • Represented South Australia

* Stats current to end of 1979

Rex Voigt 1973


  • Born: 7 March 1947
  • Height: 174cm
  • Weight: 75kg
  • Recruited from: Loxton
  • GFC League Debut: 1967

Guernsey Number: 10

Nickname: Noddy

Recruited from Loxton, and popularly known as 'Noddy', Rex Voigt was a tremendous player for Glenelg in 258 league games between 1967 and 1979. He also represented South Australia once.

Most of his initial football was played as a rover when his powerful physique enabled him to compete strongly in the crushes. He was also excellent near goal, and many of his 258 career goals, which included 7 in a superb performance in the 1973 grand final, which Glenelg won, were kicked during his roving phase.

Later, however, he transformed himself into a strong, rebounding back pocket player who was without doubt one of the best in the business.

In 2002, 'Noddy' Voigt, who won a club best and fairest award in 1970, was named as an inaugural member of Glenelg's official Hall of Fame.

See also

Gallery pictures


1. Pride of the Bay

2. Full Points Footy

3. GFC publication: 1969 Tiger Souvenir

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