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The Bob Marshall Rooms in the Harry J McKay Stand at Unley Oval commemorate Robert (Bob) James Marshall who was a victim of the Bali bombing of 2002 and a member of the Sturt Football Club for 47 years.

When the terrorist bomb exploded in Kuta on 12th October, 2002 among the innocent victims were members of many football clubs on their end-of-season trips. South Australia`s Sturt Football Club had great reason for celebration as they had just won the 2002 Premiership. Tragically many members of the club were in the vicinity of Sari Club and Paddy`s Bar on that fateful night and two members lost their lives.


Address:Trimmer Terrace, Unley Oval, Harry J McKay Stand, Unley, 5061
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.950276
Long: 138.611043
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event Start Date:12-October-2002
Actual Event End Date:12-October-2002


Front Inscription

Plaque :


In memory of
Robert James Marshall (Bob)

Tragically killed in Bali

47 years of Service
to the Sturt Football Club

First League game - 1950, Player Life Member - 1962
10 years as senior player, 93 League Games - 1950-52, 1954, 1956-61
Youngest person to play senior football for Sturt Football Club at 16 years, 6 months
Valued official and room steward 1962 - 1981, 1988 - 2002
SANFL Merit Award 1998
Brenton Miels Service Award 2000 - SFC
Australian Sports Medal 2000


Source: MA
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