Wayne Lamb

Image DOB: 19 October 1972

Debut: Round 7, 1992 against Sydney at MCG
Last MFC Game: Round 8, 1992 against St. Kilda at Waverley

From: Parkmore

Number: 56 (1990 Reserves), 60 (1991 Reserves), 45 (1992), 36 (1993-1994 Reserves)

Games: 2 (21 total)
Goals: 0 (13 total)
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %

A fiery character who had been reprimanded for abusive language, suspended two weeks for more language, three weeks for striking and four for throwing his mouthguard at an umpire before he'd even left the Under 19s.

Initially selected to debut in Round 5, 1992, Lamb was a late withdrawal, and had to wait another fortnight. He played in a draw in his first game, and remained in the side the next week before being dropped. Lamb played Reserves in 1993 and 1994, but battled injury and didn't play a senior match in either year.

Lamb joined Fitzroy in 1995. He remained with the Lions until they merged at the end of 1996. After debuting for the Demons in a draw, the last 20 games of Lamb's career were losses. He is the only player since 1952 to play more than 20 career games without ever having a victory.

His son Tom played one game for West Coast in 2015.

1992 200


Round 14, 1991 Reserves Striking Unknown
Round 4, 1992 Reserves UnknownNot guilty

Family at other clubs

1991 Football Record lists him as from Dingley. 1994 lists Parkmore.

Age - 18/04/1992

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