|Full name||Ted Bryce|
|Date of birth||21 December 1912|
|Date of death||10 October 1996(aged 83)|
|Original team(s)||South Melbourne Districts|
|Height/Weight||168 cm / 80 kg|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1942.
Bryce was used up forward with success later in his career, but started out as a wingman and also played as a rover. He was the son of former Collingwood and South Melbourne player Bob Bryce. His brother, George Bryce, also competed for South Melbourne.
In 1938, his first full season back, he became a VFL interstate representative for the first time.
Bryce missed another five games through suspension in 1939.
He was Essendon's leading goal-kicker in 1940, when he kicked 48 goals. His record in finals saw him kick 16 goals from just six game. He kicked two of those goals from a forward pocket in the 1941 VFL Grand Final, which Essendon lost.
- Holmesby, Russell; Main, Jim (2007). The Encyclopedia Of AFL Footballers. BAS Publishing. ISBN 978-1-920910-78-5.
- The Argus,"Bryce Suspended For 18 Weeks", 5 August 1936, p. 12
- "Ted Bryce - Player Bio". Australian Football. Retrieved 14 August 2015.
- "Bryce, Ted G.". Essendon Football Club.
- AFL Tables: Ted Bryce
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