March 28, 2023

Football player for Australian Rules, Barry James Round. Between 1969 and 1985, he participated in the Victorian Football League with Footscray and South Melbourne/Sydney. He participated in 328 games along the road, was the Swans’ first captain during the Sydney period, and was awarded the Brownlow Medal in 1981.

AFL legend Barry Round passes away at 72

The 72-year-old AFL star Barry Round has passed away. After making his VFL/AFL debut with Footscray in the first round of the 1969 season, Round played in 328 games over the course of his career. Before moving on to Sydney, where he participated in 193 games, he played 135 games with Footscray. At Williamstown, where he played another 110 games, his career came to an end.

Barry Round AFL Tables

Years Club Games (Goals)
1968–75 Footscray 135 (136)
1976–85 Sydney 193 (157)
1986–91 Williamstown 110 (103)

Barry Round Wife

Barry Round AFL Tables, Wife, Family, Cause Of Death

He was married to his wife Jenni.

Barry Round Family

Natalie and David, as well as Round’s partner Jenni, are left behind.

Barry Round Cause Of Death

Organ failure was listed by the Herald Sun as his official cause of death.

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