Sandy Nelson (footballer)
|Full name||Philip M. Nelson|
|Representative team honours|
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Nelson, who went by his nickname of Sandy, played in no less than seven premiership teams during his time at Sturt. He played mainly as a centre half back and represented South Australia in 10 interstate matches, including carnivals in 1969 and 1972.
His son Ben would later have a long career with Sturt, captaining the team from 2004 until 2010, playing more than 200 games and being a part of the 2002 premiership team; he also had a brief AFL career at the Carlton and Adelaide Football Clubs.
In 2004, Sandy Nelson was inducted into the South Australian Football Hall of Fame.
- Philip 'Sandy' Nelson at AustralianFootball.com