|Date of birth
17 May 1960 |
||185 cm / 76 kg
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1989 season.
Tony Morwood (born 17 May 1960) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for the Sydney Swans.
He was usually seen in the half forward flank and it was in that position that he was named in the Swan's 'Team of the Century'.
In 1990, Morwood joined the Hobart Football Club (then captain/coached by former Swan Mark Browning) in the Tasmanian Football League in mid-season as a fly-in player and played in the Tigers 1990 premiership team before retiring days after the grand final. He played for Frankston in the Victorian Football Association in 1993.
Morwood twice topped the goalkicking charts for his club.
- ^ Phil Cleary (11 April 1993). "Talented Zebras are still the team to beat". The Sunday Age (Sport Liftout) (Melbourne, VIC). p. 18.