DOB: 12 January 1918
Died: 6 November 1989
From: Pine Grove/Lockington/Rochester
Statistical categories led:
Most goals in jumper 28
Signed by Percy Page after an all-night trip to Rochester, on the recommendation of Hughie Murnane, Dullard played Seconds in 1939. He debuted late in the next year, during Melbourne's first golden era. The tall forward/ruckman known as 'Spud' managed just two games in his first season. At the end of 1941 he was one of the best on ground in the Grand Final.
Retiring from the VFL after the 1949 season, Dullard captain/coached Williamstown in 1950 and 1951. The Seagulls made the finals in his first year, but missed out in the seconds and he was replaced. He played with the club until 1953. Dullard's son Tony also played for Melbourne and Williamstown.
|Grand Final 1946||Kneeing||Not Guilty|