|Full name||Travis Irving Payze|
|Date of birth||2 July 1946|
|Place of birth||Victoria, Australia|
|Date of death||1 September 2006(aged 60)|
|Original team||Frankston Bombers|
|Debut||Round 1, 10 September 1966, St Kilda
v. Collingwood, at Melbourne Cricket Ground
|Height/Weight||185cm / 85.5kg|
|1966–1974||St Kilda||127 (73)|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1974 season.
Debuting for St Kilda against Collingwood in the 1966 second semi-final, Payze came off the bench and booted 3 goals. He was also named on the bench two weeks later in the Saints' first premiership side.
A lively forward, Payze had played only 12 games in his first four and a half seasons at the Saints, before he started to establish himself in the side as a ruck-rover. He was named as an All-Australian in 1972, and retired after the 1974 season.
He then coached Dandenong Football Club in the VFA, before returning to the Saints and becoming chairman of selectors in the early 1980s. He progressed to president of St Kilda, a position he held from 1986 to 1993, in very difficult financial circumstances for the club.
- Travis Payze's statistics from AFL Tables
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