Full Name: MICHAEL LOCKMAN
Date of Birth: 29/08/1963
Height: 188 cm ( 6-2 )
Weight: 84 kg ( 13-3 )
Debut: 13/08/1983, Round 20, St Kilda
Last Game: 12/04/1986, Round 3, Hawthorn
Total Games: 4
Total Goals: 1
Seasons: 1980-83, 1986
Total Games: 43
Total Goals: 13
Honours: Best & Fairest 1983.
Michael was a utility player who mainly played as a half-back or ruck-rover whilst in the VFL. He was unlucky to suffer a shoulder injury after making Richmond’s Senior team. He was a member of the Under/19’s 1980 Premiership side and in 1983 he won the Reserve’s Best and Fairest. He also captained the 1981 Schoolboy’s tour of Ireland.
After leaving Richmond in 1984, he played with West Perth and South Adelaide, before briefly returning to Richmond. He then moved to Collingwood for two seasons, Sydney Swans one season and Camberwell one season. A much travelled player, he has represented eight clubs in 10 years. In 1992, he played with Redan where he won the Ballarat League Goalkicking award. He then took up his first coaching role in 1993 and successfully led Colac to the Hampden League Premiership as well as kicking 100 goals for the season. He remained with that club in 1994 and 1995.
East Malvern Juniors to 1978 ; Melbourne High School ( Honours - Teal Cup VIC Representative Team, All-Australian Representative Team ).
West Perth 1984, Games 15, Goals 21 ; South Adelaide 1985, Games 21, Goals 7 ; Collingwood Seniors 1986-87, Games 15, Goals 2 ; Collingwood Reserves 1985-86, Games 15, Goals 6 ; Sydney Swans Seniors 1988, Games 11, Goals 1 ; Sydney Swans Reserves 1988, Games 5, Goals 3 ; Camberwell 1989, Games 14, Goals 19 ; Redan 1992, Games 15, Goals 60 ( Honours - Competition Leading Goalkicker 1992 Goals 60) ; Colac 1993-95 ( Honours - Premiership 1993, Captain /Coach 1993, Leading Goalkicker ) , Launceston Coach 1996.