What was Neil Kerley’s Cause of Death? South Australian football great dies in car accident aged 88: On 29th June, a member of the Australian Football Hall of Fame and a passionate footballer Neil Kerley lost his life in a car accident, in Walker Flat, South Australia. The police have not revealed anything about the demise of the former player Neil Kerley, and the family members or friends of Neil Kerley have not shared anything about his sudden death. There is not much information available on the internet. Follow More Updates On UptoBrain.com

Neil Kerley

Who Was Neil Kerley?

Neil Kerley was an outstanding football player, who learned to play the game at his home, but later came out to be one of the outstanding football players. He was considered to be on the bulletin board of the Australian Football Hall of Fame. Neil Kerley was only 14 years old when he started to play in the Riverland Football League in 1948.

Neil Kerley was born on the 20th February of 1934 in Barmera of South Australia. He was the son of Laurie and Lillian among his six siblings. Laurie, the father of the football player died when Neil Kerley celebrated his eleventh birthday before a day on 21st February 1945. His father was a fighter in World War I and World War II. Later, Neil Kerley was grown up through all the efforts of his mother Lillian, who died in 1992. Neil Kerley was happily married to his long-term female best friend Barbara. His wife had always supported him in all the dimensions of life.

Neil Kerley Death Cause

He was an Australian rules footballer, coach, administrator, and media personality. Neil Kerley played for the South Australian National Football League premierships for more than three decades. He had played around 32 games for his state. Neil Kerley had famously won one of the games of a Football match against Victoria in 1963, which was played at Melbourne Cricket Ground. He served himself as a coach for more than 10 years. Neil Kerley worked as a boundary rider for channel 7 till 2001. Later he served himself on the All-Australian team of AFL. He had played a total of 276 games of football for West Adelaide.

How did Neil Kerley die?

Being one of the most football players, got his name registered his name to the hall of fame for Australia’s best players, in 1970 Neil Kerley also recorded a single of “I Was Born Under a Wandering Star,” during he was coaching Glenelg. The record was on air on the Australian radio.

The sudden demise of Neil Kerley has shocked all his fans and admirers, entire social media is floating with the tweets in remembrance of Neil Kerley. His family is going through the most tragic phase of their life, as they are never going to have the husband to his wife, and father to his children.

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