Albert George "Bert" Gook (1914 – 15 December 1964) was an Australian rules footballer who played for the Perth Football Club[a] in the Western Australian National Football League (WANFL). Originally playing for South Perth in the Band of Hope Association, Gook made his debut for Perth in 1933. Playing either as a centreman or at full-forward, he become known as a goal-kicking specialist, leading the club's goalkicking from the 1934 season through to the 1939 season. Gook led the WANFL's goalkicking in 1939, kicking 102 goals from 18 games. This included hauls of 10 goals against Swan Districts and 16 goals against West Perth. Gook also represented the WANFL in seven interstate and carnival matches between 1934 and 1938, kicking 20 goals, including six against the VFL in 1938. In his final season, 1940, he took out Perth's best and fairest playing mainly as a centreman. In 1941, Gook suffered a fractured skull and leg in a motorcycle accident while riding pillion on Scarborough Road, with the motorcyclist, Alexander Brown Burton Stevens, being killed. A benefit match was held in October 1941 for Gook and another footballer, J. Hulme of Swan Districts, who had been injured in road accidents. He died in Dianella, a northern suburb of Perth, in December 1964, aged 50. In 1999, Gook was named at full-forward in Perth's Team of the Century.