2006 - Howard Lockett Club Partners


30-11-1999

2006 – Howard Lockett  

Howard "Plugger" Lockett was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006. "Plugger Senior" began his career as an eight year old playing in the under 16s competition, progressing to the senior level in 1956. Having played 203 senior games, he became senior coach in 1976 - 1981, coaching premierships in 1978 and 1979. He was also reserves coach in 1964, 1974 and 1975. The Lockett name has a synonomous ring to the Club with his son, Tony Lockett and his sister, Lorna Bromley also members of the Hall of Fame.

1950 – 1964, 1973 – 1981  North Ballarat Football Club 

150 Junior Games

Best and Fairest – U16 – 1954

Captain – U16 – 1953, 1954

 

143 Senior Games

60 Reserve Games

297 Goals

Leading Goalkicker – 1956, 1957, 1961

Most Improved – 1960

Most Serviceable – 1963

Best and Fairest – 1964

BFL Reserves Best and Fairest – 1973, 1974

Vice Captain – 1961, 1964

Assistant Coach – 1973

Reserves Coach – 1964, 1974, 1975

Senior Coach – 1976 – 1981 *note finished playing in 1976  

1965 – 1972 Lexton Football Club  

153 Games

344 Goals

Captain Coach – 1965 – 1970

Best and Fairest – 1965, 1966, 1967, 1971

League Best and Fairest – 1966, 1971  

Other Achievements

BFL Interleague – 1958

Coach – U14 – 1961

Captain Coach Interleague – 1966 – 1972

BFL Interleague Coach – 1980

George King Medal – 1973 – 1974

200 Game Medallion – 1976

Runners Up – 1977

Premiers – 1978, 1979

Life Membership, 100 Games – 1962

Life Membership, Outstanding Service – 1980

Voted Coach of the BFL era in the “Best 22”









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