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Statue commemorates AFL footballer Paul Kelly.

Paul Kelly is a former professional Australian rules footballer, winner of the Brownlow Medal and captain of the Sydney Swans for ten seasons. He was and still is known to Swans fans everywhere as "Captain Courageous". Kelly led the Swans to the AFL Grand Final in 1996—its first since 1945—and was considered one of the best players in the competition during the mid-1990s, but from 1998 onwards was severely hampered by injuries. Kelly retired after 234 AFL games and served as the Swans runner in 2003 before retiring to his farm.



Address:Driver Avenue, Sydney Cricket Ground, Moore Park, 2021
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.892447
Long: 151.223701
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Sculpture
Monument Theme:People
Monument Designer:Cathy Weiszmann


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 21st August, 2010
Source: MA
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