Men for All Seasons

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Men For All Seasons)
Jump to: navigation, search

The Men For All Seasons calendar was a popular and controversial pin up Wall calendar featuring Australian Football League players that was published periodically and was first printed in 1993.

Players featured[edit]

2004

Mark Coughlan, Ryan Houlihan, Brett Johnson, Matthew Robbins, Andrew Welsh, Mark Johnson, Brodie Holland, Cameron Mooney, Joel Corey, Steven King, Steven Armstrong, Brad Miller, Clint Bizzell

2003

Trent Croad, Ryan Houlihan, Jordan McMahon, Daniel Giansiracusa, Adam McPhee, Mark Johnson, Brodie Holland, David Spriggs, Kent Kingsley, Campbell Brown, Steven Armstrong, Clint Bizzell, Peter Burgoyne

2002

Brodie Holland, Mark McVeigh, Richard Vandenberg, Trent Croad, Troy Wilson, Dean Solomon, Daniel Giansiracusa, Matthew Robbins, Paul Licuria, Nathan Thompson, Brad Ottens, Ryan Houlihan, David Spriggs

2001

Simon Black, Aaron Hamill, Scott Camporeale, Justin Blumfield, Aaron Lord, Shane Woewodin, Trent Croad, Russell Robertson, Dean Solomon, Paul Licuria, David Spriggs, Michael Gardiner

1998

Darryl Wakelin, Shane Wakelin, Matthew Lloyd, Rick Olarenshaw, Ben Dixon, Aaron Lord, Craig Ellis, Anthony Koutoufides, Ben Cousins, Matthew Primus, Jon Stevens, Shane Crawford, Aaron Hamill, Nick Daffy, Adam White

1993

Tony Hall, Anthony Koutoufides, Craig Nettlebeck, Matthew Liptak, Allen Jakovich, Andy Lovell, David Grant, Glenn Coleman, Matthew Armstrong, Gavin Wanganeen, Andrew Bews, Gavin Brown, John Longmire

External links[edit]