Full Name: KEITH MILLAR
Date of Birth: 15/08/1906
Height: 183 cm ( 6-0 )
Weight: 82 kg ( 13-0 )
Debut: 28/06/1924, Round 10, South Melbourne
Last Game: 14/06/1930, Round 7, Geelong
Seasons: 1924-27, 1930
Total Games: 37
Total Goals: 38
Honours: Victorian Representative Team 1926 Games 3.
Keith was a centre-half-forward who was recruited from Hawthorn Railways. Strong marking was the main feature of his game and he represented Victoria three times in 1926. He was a member of the Richmond team that finished runners-up in 1924, but was forced out of football due to illness and injury. During his layoff, he served as a Senior VFL umpire during the 1928 and 1929 seasons.
He also played Senior XI District Cricket with Hawthorn-East-Melbourne between 1923 and 1939. During that time he batted 181 times scoring 3733 runs with a highest score of 137 not out. He hit 4 x 100’s and 9 x 50’s. He also took 304 wickets with his best performance being 7 wickets. An all-rounder who batted in the middle order and bowled medium pace, he was a member of Hawthorn-East-Melbourne’s 1927/28 Premiership side. He represented Victoria eight times, with the Victorian Railways. Keith died in 1971.
Swinburne Technical School Junior Football ; Hawthorn Railways 1923.