Harold Oliver Known for his high leaping marks was the South Australian equivalent of Victoria’s Roy Cazaly.
The crowd would roar “O-L-I-V-E-R !” ; each time he soared for one of his marks. he is pictured here in this iconic image in front of the Adelaide Oval Scoreboard during a the Second semi final against Sturt in 1914.
The year Port Adelaide were to go unbeaten.
This Footy Magnet is made from a rugged Polymer and measures 70 mm x 50 mm x 5 mm with a strong magnet.
Make sure you have a Harold Oliver Footy Fridge Magnet on your fridge or buy one as a gift for that avid Port Supporter.
- 3× Champions of Australia team member (1910, 1913, 1914)
- 4× Port Adelaide premiership player (1910, 1913, 1914, 1921)
- 2× Port Adelaide patriotic league premiership player (1916, 1917)
- 2× Port Adelaide best and fairest (1911, 1912)
- Leader for 1912 Magarey Medal (but ineligible to win)
- The Sport (Adelaide) ‘Best All-round League Player’ (1911])
- Best on ground (Port Adelaide def. South Australia, 1914)
- Port Adelaide captain (1921)
- Port Adelaide best junior (1910)
- South Australia captain (Western Australia v. South Australia, 1921)
- 14 games for South Australia
- 1911 South Australian state carnival championship team
- Port Adelaide’s greatest team (right half-forward)
- Port Adelaide Hall of Fame (1998)
- Port Adelaide life membership (1922)
- SANFL hall of fame (2002)
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