Premiership players at 2 different clubs

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Me and a guy from work are trying to figure out the 27 or more players that have won premierships at 2 different clubs.

The list I have sop far is Ian Stewart, Cameron Mooney, Barassi, Wanganeen, Hardwick, Dew, Pyke & Jarman. Obviously the age limits me to this kind of knowledge.

Is there a link to a site that displays the whole list or can anyone help he with the rest of the name?
 

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From the top of my head:

Brent Crosswell
Doug Wade
Brian Wood

I'm pretty sure Barassi did not play in a Carlton premiership.
 

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The 2009 season guide lists all the players that has played in GF's for different teams.

01 Eddie Drohan (Fitz 1898 & 1899 & Coll 1903)
02 Mick Grace (Fitz 1898 & 1899 & Carl 1906 & 1907)
03 Frank Caine (Carl 1906 & 1907 & Ess 1912)
04 Jim Martin (Ess 1912 & Fitz 1913) *
05 Charlie Norris (Coll 1910 & Fitz 1913 & 1916)
06 Tom Fitzmaurice (Ess 1923 & 1924 & Geel 1925) *
07 Horrie Edmunds (Coll 1929 & 1930 & Rich 1934)
08 Jack Carney (Geel 1931 & Carl 1938)
09 Brighton Diggins (S.Melb 1933 & Carl 1938)
10 Gordon Abbott (Geel 1937 & Ess 1942 & 1946)
11 Keith Stackpole (Coll 1935 & 1936 & Fitz 1944)
12 Peter Mc Lean (Melb 1964 & Carl 1968)
13 Ian Stewart (St K 1966 & Rich 1973 & 1974)
14 Barry Davis (Ess 1962 & 1965 & N.Melb 1975)
15 Doug Wade (Geel 1963 & N.Melb 1975)
16 Brent Crosswell (Carl 1968 & 1970 & N.Melb 1975 & 1977)
17 Barry Rowlings (Haw 1976 & Rich 1980)
18 Bryan Wood (Rich 1973, 1974 & 1980 & Ess 1985)
19 Darren Jarman (Haw 1991 & Adel 1997 & 1998)
20 Martin Pike (N.Melb 1999 & Bris 2001, 2002 & 2003)
21 Blake Caracella (Ess 2000 & Bris 2003)
22 Gavin Wanganeen (Ess 1993 & Port 2004)
23 Damien Hardwick (Ess 2000 & Port 2004)
24 Byron Pickett (N.Melb 1999 & Port 2004)
25 Jason Ball (W.C. 1994 & Syd 2005)
26 Cameron Mooney (N.Melb 1999 & Geel 2007)
27 Stewart Dew (Port 2004 & Haw 2008)

* Played in Premierships in consecutive years for a different team
 

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Is Burgoyne the only current AFL player with flags with 2 different clubs? Me and a few mates are trying to think of others but we can't....
 
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If selected, Matt Suckling could this weekend become just the third player in history to win consecutive premierships at different clubs, and the first to do it with three straight Grand Final victories*.

Jim Martin (Essendon 1912/Fitzroy 1913)
Tom Fitzmaurice (Essendon 1923-1924*/Geelong 1925)

*No GF in 1924
 

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No AFL player has ever been able to emulate the feat of NRL player Glen Lazarus, who played premierships for three different teams in the Brisbane Broncos, Canberra Raiders and Melbourne Storm.

I can't think of any WAFL, SANFL or VFA/L players to have won a premiership at 3 different clubs; does anyone know of any from these leagues?
 

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No AFL player has ever been able to emulate the feat of NRL player Glen Lazarus, who played premierships for three different teams in the Brisbane Broncos, Canberra Raiders and Melbourne Storm.

I can't think of any WAFL, SANFL or VFA/L players to have won a premiership at 3 different clubs; does anyone know of any from these leagues?
It is hard to think of players playing in three different premiership teams within the same league. There was a player named Gordon Bowman who played in Melbourne's 1948 premiership team (VFL), Sandy Bay's premiership team of 1952 (Tasmanian FL), Mayne's premiership teams of 1962 and 1966 (QAFL) and Newtown's premiership team of 1967 (NSWFL); five premierships in four separate states.
 

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Darren Jarman played in a premiership with North Adelaide in the SANFL in 1987 before playing in AFL premierships with Hawthorn (1991) and Adelaide (1997 & 1998).
Gavin Wanganeen played in a premiership with Port Adelaide in the SANFL (1990) before playing in Essendon's AFL premier team of 1993, and later played in Port Adelaide's AFL premiership side of 2004.
 

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Gerard Neesham played in WAFL premierships for Swan Districts 1983 & 1984, East Fremantle 1985 and Claremont 1987 & 1989

He is the only player from the WAFL to play in premierships with 3 different clubs


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Gerard Neesham played in WAFL premierships for Swan Districts 1983 & 1984, East Fremantle 1985 and Claremont 1987 & 1989

He is the only player from the WAFL to play in premierships with 3 different clubs


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Barry Cable might disagree... (although not 3 different WAFL clubs)
- 3 with Perth
- 2 with North Melb
- 1 with East Perth
 
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No AFL player has ever been able to emulate the feat of NRL player Glen Lazarus, who played premierships for three different teams in the Brisbane Broncos, Canberra Raiders and Melbourne Storm.

I can't think of any WAFL, SANFL or VFA/L players to have won a premiership at 3 different clubs; does anyone know of any from these leagues?
The following players below played in Premierships with 3 different clubs (not all in the same league, but Premierships with 3 different clubs).

West Australian John K Watts played in Premierships in 3 States, W.A (East Perth), Victoria (Geelong) and in Tasmania (I cannot recall who with)
South Australian David Hynes played in Premierships in the SANFL (Port Adelaide I believe) AFL (West Coast) WAFL (South Fremantle).
West Australian Graham Farmer played in Premierships with 3 clubs, East Perth in the WAFL, then a Premiership with Geelong in the VFL before going to win another Premiership with West Perth in the WAFL.

Add Barry Cable as per WhiteHartLane's post and Gerard Neesham as per waflfootyfacts post, Darren Jarman and Gavin Wanganeen as per Worbod's post , there are at least 7 players with Premierships with 3 different clubs.
 
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No AFL player has ever been able to emulate the feat of NRL player Glen Lazarus, who played premierships for three different teams in the Brisbane Broncos, Canberra Raiders and Melbourne Storm.

I can't think of any WAFL, SANFL or VFA/L players to have won a premiership at 3 different clubs; does anyone know of any from these leagues?
I knew there was one from ancient times in SANFL and took me awhile to find it today.

Anthony "Bos" Daly played in the 1890's and 1900's and like Dick Lee for Collingwood in the start of the 20th century was league leading goal kicker many times. He played for 5 of the 8 or 9 clubs in the league and won flags with 3 of them. His flag with Norwood was under the League table system and he won flags at South and North in Grand Finals. From his SA Football Hall of Fame page

http://sanfl.com.au/halloffame/anthony-j-bos-daly/
ANTHONY J (BOS) DALY
Era: 1877-1900
Inducted: 2002
Deceased


PLAYING RECORD:
• Played 213 games and kicked 556 goals
• Norwood 1893 – 1898
• South Adelaide 1899
• West Torrens 1900
• West Adelaide 1901
• North Adelaide 1902 – 1907, 1909, 1912

PREMIERSHIPS:
• Member of 4 premiership teams for Norwood [Error Norwood won in 1894 won 4 in total]
• Member of premiership team for South Adelaide 1899
• Member of premiership teams for North Adelaide 1902,1905

MATCHES FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA: 10

ACHIEVEMENTS:
• Seven time League leading goal kicker , 1893, 1894, 1895, 1899, 1900, 1903, 1905 (joint)
• Leading goal kicker for Norwood 1893, 1894, 1895, 1898
• Leading goal kicker for South Adelaide 1899 (32 goals) and 13 time club leading goal kicker
• Leading goal kicker for West Adelaide, 1901 (24 goals)
• Leading goal kicker for North Adelaide, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1912
Holds the record for the most goals in a game (Jointly with Ken Farmer), 23 goals against Adelaide, 9th of September 1893 on Kensington Oval.
• Brother to John (Bunny) Daly
 
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It would be interesting if Dayne Beams went on to win another flag at Collingwood after he went and did the hard work as a captain at Brisbane. It could happen
 

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No AFL player has ever been able to emulate the feat of NRL player Glen Lazarus, who played premierships for three different teams in the Brisbane Broncos, Canberra Raiders and Melbourne Storm.

I can't think of any WAFL, SANFL or VFA/L players to have won a premiership at 3 different clubs; does anyone know of any from these leagues?
In the SAFA (now SANFL), there was a Fred Curnow who played in a premiership for Port Adelaide (1910), Sturt (1915) and North Adelaide (1920). I'm not 100% it is the same person but am assuming it is.
 
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