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Examples of "clive_lewington"
The longest serving coach is Clive Lewington who coached the club for 11 seasons, winning the premiership four times. John Todd (one premiership), Mal Brown (one premiership), John Dimmer (two premierships) and Joe Coates (two premierships) each coached the team in eight seasons.
In reference to East Perth serving as the host club for West Coast and thus having numerous Eagles players in their team.Kickett had earned a nine-week suspension in the second 2000 Western Derby.The others were Phil Matson with East Perth from 1919 to 1923, Clive Lewington with South Fremantle from 1950 to 1954, Jack Sheedy with East Perth from 1956 to 1961, and Gerard Neesham with Claremont from 1987 to 1991
They won their first premiership in 1916 and went back-to-back in 1917, both times defeating their local rivals, East Fremantle in the final and challenge final. The 1930s were not as successful, marred by the death of the 23-year-old captain-coach Ron Doig as a result of injuries sustained in a match. After World War II, South experienced their greatest era, with the arrival of future Hall of Fame members Steve Marsh, Bernie Naylor, John Todd and Clive Lewington. Between 1945 and 1956 they would win six premierships, be runners-up three times and make the finals in every season. Since then, however, they have won five more premierships, in 1970, 1980, 1997, 2005 and 2009.
The son of Don Marinko, Sr., who had played 194 games with West Perth between 1926 and 1939, and the brother of Ray Marinko, with whom he later played with at West Perth, Marinko excelled at junior football, winning trophies playing for the West Perth juniors in the Young Sports Temperance League, and also playing with Mount Hawthorn in the Metropolitan Junior Football Association (MJFA). He originally tried out with the South Fremantle Football Club in the WANFL, but was advised by the coach of South Fremantle, Clive Lewington, to return to West Perth, the club whose recruitment zone he resided in, to avoid the need for a clearance. Marinko debuted for West Perth in 1952, and after a season playing as a half-forward flanker and winger, he was selected to represent Western Australia at the 1953 National Carnival in Adelaide, where he was the youngest player in the team. He was made captain-coach of the club for the 1959 season, with the club winning 10 out of 21 games, but was replaced by Arthur Olliver the following season, under whom the club won the 1960 premiership. A dispute with the club led Marinko to transfer to East Perth for the 1961 season. He played in the club's grand final loss to in 1961, and the following season won the F. D. Book Medal as the club's fairest and best player. In 1963, Marinko was appointed captain of East Perth, but was unable to take up the role after breaking his knee in a pre-season practice match against , which caused his retirement from football. After the conclusion of his playing career, Marinko continued as the club as an assistant to coach Kevin Murray, and served time on the selection committee.