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Vale: Richie Bray

THE PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB mourns the passing of indigenous three-time premiership player Richie Bray.

A member of the 1962, 1963 and 1965 premierships sides, Richie played 77 games for the club over a career spanning eight years.

He played one game for the club in 1959 before moving to Alice Springs, but returned to the club in 1962, capping the year off with a premiership win over West Adelaide.

Richie spent most of his playing time on the half forward flank - he kicked 65 goals in the prison bars.

He also coached locally at the Semaphore Football Club.

The club extends its sympathies to Richie’s wife Cynthia, daughter Kerry and Peta (deceased), family, friends and former clubmates.