DOB: 24 April 1936
Died: 17 December 1986
Number: 20 (1957-1961)
Arthur 'Graeme' Pinfold was a back pocket/rover who graduated from the Thirds in 1954, to play in a Seconds premiership in 1956. That year he was added to the senior list but didn't manage to break into a strong team.
Once he finally debuted in the seniors, Pinfold was a fringe player who managed just twenty games over five seasons and never played more than seven in a season.
He recovered from a serious eye injury suffered in a 1960 practice game to play seven matches for the year. In 1961 the back pocket job was seen to be his to lose after the retirement of John Beckwith but he only managed three games for the year.
Referred to as 'Graham' in newspapers. Some sources say he went to St Kilda Thirds but was residentially tied to Melbourne.