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Full name  Shane Grambeau
Name  Shane Grambeau
Years  Club
Position(s)  Ruckman/Fullback

Shane Grambeau 1978 Scanlens AFLVFL Trading Card SHANE GRAMBEAU 26 quicksales

Date of birth  (1952-10-17) 17 October 1952 (age 63)
Original team(s)  Sandringham Football Club (VFA)

1971–1975 1976–1979 Totals  St Kilda Melbourne

Shane Grambeau (born 17 October 1952) is a former Australian rules footballer for the St Kilda Football Club and Melbourne Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL). Grambeau's father Mick played for North Melbourne.


AFL career

Originally from Victorian Football Association (VFA) Sandringham, Grambeau began his VFL career at the St Kilda Football Club in 1971 where he was used as a Ruckman. He played there for five seasons, totaling 51 games for 39 goals. After struggling to hold down a permanent position, he requested to leave the Saints early in 1975 and joined the Melbourne Football Club in 1976 along with Allan Davis.

He played with Melbourne for four seasons between 1976 and 1979, where he was primarily used as a centre-half back and full back. He managed to play 60 games at the club, kicking eight goals.

SANFL Career

Grambeau joined South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club Woodville mid 1979 before transferring to fellow SANFL club West Torrens in 1980.

Grambeau moved back to Victoria later to play for Victorian Football Association (VFA) club Prahran.


Shane Grambeau Wikipedia