|Full name||Dave E. Boyd|
|1948–1960||Port Adelaide||222 (183)|
|Representative team honours|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1960.
Boyd was a key member of the strong Port Adelaide side of the 1950s, playing in seven premiership sides.
He made his debut in 1948 and although he started as a forward he soon developed into a centreman, the position that he would play the majority of his career in. He was a Magarey Medallist in 1956 and a regular interstate representative for South Australia, appearing in three carnivals. He finished his career in 1960 after playing a total of 222 games for Port Adelaide.
Boyd's sons Greg and Russell also played for Port Adelaide.
He is a half forward flanker in Port Adelaide's official 'Greatest Team' from 1870 to 2000.
- Dave Boyd's profile from AustralianFootball.com
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