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I’ve got a lot of Melbourne game AFL Records dating from 1997 to 2003.

A couple have autographs, notably Robbie Flower and Jim Stynes, though I particularly like the one from Neil “Froggy” Crompton which included his mobile no.

There’s a list below, a long list. If anyone is interested in any I’ll be keeping them for a couple more weeks, then they hit the recycle bin. Perhaps I’ll keep the autographed ones if no-one else wants them.

Please feel free to email me [email protected].

1997 Round 1 North Melbourne Melbourne
1997 Round 6 St Kilda Melbourne
1997 Round 12 Melbourne Brisbane
1997 Round 13 Hawthorn Melbourne
1998 Round 2 Melbourne North Melbourne
1998 Round 4 Carlton Melbourne
1998 Round 7 Richmond Melbourne Page 37 Jim Stynes & Bob Johnson
1998 Round 9 Melbourne Essendon
1998 Round 12 Melbourne Geelong
1998 Round 13 Melbourne St Kilda
1998 Round 15 Western Bulldogs Melbourne
1998 Round 16 Melbourne Fremantle PAGE 36 Guy Rigoni & Neil Crompton
1998 Round 17 North Melbourne Melbourne
1998 Round 18 Melbourne Brisbane
1998 Round 19 Melbourne Carlton Page 36 Frank Davis
1998 Round 21 Melbourne Sydney
1998 Qualifying Final 1 Melbourne Adelaide Page 45 Robert Flower
1999 Ansett Cup Melbourne St Kilda
1999 Round 1 Melbourne Richmond
1999 Round 2 St Kilda Melbourne
1999 Round 4 Melbourne Hawthorn
1999 Round 5 Melbourne Port Adelaide
1999 Round 9 Carlton Melbourne
1999 Round 10 Melbourne Fremantle
1999 Round 11 Collingwood Melbourne
1999 Round 12 Melbourne Kangaroos
1999 Round 13 Melbourne Adelaide
1999 Round 17 Melbourne St Kilda
1999 Round 18 Melbourne Geelong
1999 Round 22 Essendon Melbourne
2000 Round 4 Melbourne St Kilda
2000 Round 7 Melbourne West Coast Eagles
2000 Round 9 Melbourne Essendon
2000 Round 10 Melbourne Brisbane
2000 Round 12 Western Bulldogs Melbourne
2000 Round 14 Melbourne Collingwood
2000 Round 15 Hawthorn Melbourne
2000 Round 16 Melbourne Richmond
2000 Round 18 Melbourne Sydney
2000 Round 19 St Kilda Melbourne
2000 Round 20 Melbourne Fremantle
2000 Round 21 Melbourne Geelong
2000 Qualifying Final 2 Carlton Melbourne
2000 Preliminary Final Melbourne Kangaroos
2000 Grand Final Essendon Melbourne
2001 Round 14 Melbourne Kangaroos
2001 Round 17 Melbourne Adelaide
2001 Round 18 Geelong Melbourne
2002 Round 1 Hawthorn Melbourne
2002 Round 2 Melbourne Port Adelaide
2002 Round 3 Richmond Melbourne
2002 Round 4 Melbourne West Coast Eagles
2002 Round 5 Western Bulldogs Melbourne
2002 Round 9 Melbourne Kangaroos
2002 Round 11 Melbourne Collingwood
2002 Round 12 Melbourne Adelaide
2002 Round 13 Essendon Melbourne
2002 Round 20 Melbourne Western Bulldogs
2002 Round 21 Melbourne Sydney
2002 Elim Final 2 Melbourne Kangaroos
2002 2nd Semi Final Adelaide Melbourne
2003 Round 3 Melbourne Western Bulldogs
2003 Round 6 Melbourne West Coast Eagles
2003 Round 9 Melbourne Fremantle
2003 Round 15 Kangaroos Melbourne
2003 Round 16 Hawthorn Melbourne
2003 Round 17 Melbourne Essendon
2003 Round 18 Western Bulldogs Melbourne

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Lol mine go back to 1994. Have Tim Waston and his young family, showing an early photo of a disgraced Brownlow “winner.”

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