|Full name||Leslie Thomas Mogg|
|Date of birth||27 August 1929|
|Date of death||2 May 2012(aged 82)|
|Place of death||Cobram|
|Original team(s)||St Pat's Ballarat|
|Height/Weight||180 cm / 76 kg|
|1949–1954||North Melbourne||75 (41)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1954.
Also used as a half forward flanker during his career, Mogg kicked 16 goals in 1952. Injuries restricted him to just five games in 1953 but he played all but two of North Melbourne's matches the following year.
In 1955, his first season, he led Cobram to a grand final win and captain-coached them to three further premierships, all in succession, from 1959 to 1961.
As a player he had a particularly strong season in 1961, winning the O'Dwyer Medal as the league's "Best and Fairest". He topped the MFL goal-kicking that year as well, with 85 goals. It was the second time he had won the goal-kicking award, which is now named after him, having also kicked a league record 132 goals in 1960, 148 after finals.
He also had the distinction of being the captain-coach of the MFL combined team which upset VFL club St Kilda by 14 points in a 1960 practice match. It is believed to have been the first time since 1914 that a country side had beaten a VFL team.
- Holmesby, Russell; Main, Jim (2007). The Encyclopedia Of AFL Footballers. BAS Publishing. ISBN 978-1-920910-78-5.
- Shepparton News,"Murray football great remembered", 7 May 2012
- Full Points Footy: Les Mogg (North Melbourne)
- AFL Tables: Les Mogg
- The Age,"Mogg Best in Murray League", 23 August 1961, p. 1
- The Age,"Remembering the day Murray league played better than Saints", 23 June 2010, Paul Daffey