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Who did Barry Cable play for? Did Barry Cable win a Brownlow?

Who did Barry Cable play for? – 79-year-old Cable played for North Melbourne Football Club, where subsequently coached. 


Cable, the eldest of eleven children, was born in Narrogin, a small town in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt.

He started off as a wingman, but by the end of 1963, he had been promoted to rover, which was his previous role.

Cable won the first of three Sandover Medals—the top individual honor in the WAFL—during his first season there in its entirety, in 1964.


In addition to being chosen for the All-Australian squad and receiving the Tassie Medal as the finest player at the 1966 Australian National Football Carnival.

He participated in Perth’s first of three straight championship games that year, and as the greatest player across all three grand finals, he was awarded the Simpson Medal. In 1968, he also won another Sandover Medal.

Did Barry Cable win a Brownlow? – Well, Barry Thomas Cable took home the club’s best and fairest award despite placing fourth in the Brownlow Medal.



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