1967 GLENELG MATCH WORN LACE UP - DARRELL MOSS #30
- 149 games (1965-75)
- 82 goals
- Life member 1974
The Glenelg career of Darrell Moss began in 1965 under Len Fitzgerald, however it was not until the arrival of Neil Kerley in 1967 that finals football became a reality. Moss was the unlucky one to make way for Royce Hart in the 1969 Grand Final, although he was likely to miss regardless with a shoulder injury. Moss did play in the losing 1970 Grand Final to Sturt (who secured their 5th successive flag), yet he was unfortunate to miss in 1973 when the Bays won the flag. In 1974 he took charge of Glenelg's reserves as playing-coach, a position he continued in 1975 while being Kerley's assistant coach. He was awarded life membership in 1974, and Moss played his final 3 league games in 1975, finishing just one game shy of 150.
Darrell's eldest son, Shane, also played 3 league games for Glenelg in 1996.
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