|Full name||Samuel Pontifex|
|Original team(s)||Commonwealth Bank (SA)|
|1930–1934||West Torrens||74 (50)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1934.
Pontifex's career with West Torrens began in 1929 and ended when he was transferred by his employer to Tasmania. A centreman, he had won a Magarey Medal in 1932 and was twice West Torrens' best and fairest winner. He also represented South Australian in 10 interstate matches during his career.
- Max Pontifex's profile from AustralianFootball.com
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