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Keith Dunn (footballer)

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Full name  William Keith Dunn
Date of birth  10 July 1906
Name  Keith Dunn

Place of birth  Adelaide, South Australia
Date of death  29 May 1962(1962-05-29) (aged 55)
Place of death  Lower Mitcham, South Australia
Original team(s)  Edwardstown & Colonel Light Gardens

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William Keith Dunn (10 July 1906 – 29 May 1962) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Sturt in the SANFL and Carlton in the VFL.

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A ruckman, Dunn made his debut for Sturt in 1927 and went on to play 74 games for the club. In 1933, his last SANFL season, he won both the Magarey Medal and his club's best and fairest award. The following season he moved to Victoria and spent four years with Carlton. Over the course of his career he represented the South Australian interstate side on three occasions.

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