|Date of birth||11 Jan 1941|
|Position(s)||Centre, centre half-forward|
|Representative team honours|
|1976–1977||Central District||43 (16–26–1)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1970.
Window played his football in either the centre or at centre half forward. He was one of the early stars of the Central District Football Club, winning the Magarey Medal in 1965 to become the club's first ever recipient of the award. Window was also the first ever Central District player to be chosen to represent South Australia at interstate football. Injury and loss of form in the subsequent years restricted him to a total of 84 SANFL games. He later became a football commentator and was famous for his enthusiasm and lack of inhibition.
- Gary Window's profile from AustralianFootball.com
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