|Date of birth||10 May 1916|
|Date of death||19 December 2006(aged 90)|
|Height / weight||184 cm / 87 kg|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1943.
Ablett joined Richmond from the Victorian town of Myrtleford. He came off the bench as a reserve in Richmond's 1943 premiership side, his last game in the VFL.
The pavilion at Myrtleford's home ground of McNamara Reserve was named after him in 1974. He was the club's first life member and served 20 years as president. Ablett also served as a councillor and president with the Shire of Myrtleford.
Ablett was the uncle of mercurial VFL/AFL footballer Gary Ablett, Sr. and helped recruit him to the Saints for one season in 1983. He was the first member of the famous Ablett family to win a premiership.
- Len Ablett's statistics from AFL Tables
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