Jack Graham was inducted into the Swans Hall of Fame in 2011.

Jack Graham

227 games
233 goals
Captain 1946-48
Best & Fairest 1945
Champion of The Colony 1945
Leading goalkicker 1941, 1948


A ruckman and occasional full-forward who twice topped the Club’s goalkicking tally, Jack Graham played for South Melbourne from 1935 to 1949 for a career total of 227 games and 233 goals, including a bag of ten in his last season. He won the Club’s Best and Fairest in the Grand Final season of 1945, and was named Champion of the Colony in the same year.  Captain of South Melbourne from 1946 to 1948, he represented Victoria in State football on 15 occasions, captaining the State team in 1948. His courage was legendary.