|Full name||Ray George Sorrell|
|Date of birth||1 January 1938|
|Original team(s)||North Fremantle juniors|
|1964–1965||South Fremantle||42 (12–29–1)|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1968 season.
A centreman, Sorrell achieved many accolades during his time at East Fremantle. He was a dual Sandover Medal winner, finishing equal first with Neville Beard in 1961 and then winning the award outright in 1963. The 1961 medal was given to Beard on countback but Sorrell was awarded it retrospectively in the 1990s when the league decided to reward those who had lost in a similar fashion. He was also a dual Simpson Medalist, winning both in 1962, one for being best on ground in the Grand Final that year and the other for performance against Tasmania in their interstate match. In total he represented the West Australians at interstate football on 18 occasions during his career and was named in two All-Australian teams, in 1958 and 1961.
Left-footed, Sorrell was a superb athlete and his raking drop kicks provided numerous opportunities for his forwards. His vision and anticipation marked him out from his opponents.
Sorrell controversially joined arch-rival South Fremantle as captain-coach in 1964 and spent two seasons with them with little on-field success (second-last and last) before returning to East Fremantle where he finished his 178-game WANFL career.
In 2007 he was named in the centre in the Fremantle Team of Legends.
- Quartermaine, Braden (22 November 2012). "Fremantle Dockers draft exciting wingman Josh Simpson". Herald Sun. Retrieved 7 August 2014.