|Playing Career||1903-1915, 1919, 1921|
|Premierships||8 - 1903,1904, 1906, 1908-1911, 1914|
|EF Leading Goalkicker||1908, 1909, 1913, 1914|
|WAFL Leading Goalkicker||1908, 1909|
|Commitee||1911, 1912, 1923|
|State Representative||7 Games|
Charles CHARLES DOIG SNR.
Charles was the third member of the famous Doig family to don the blue and white jumper and went on to serve as President of the Club from 1924 to 1936.
Charles Doig Snr. joined East Fremantle in 1903 and became famous as a half forward and then later as a full forward. Charlie was noted for his marking, pace and position play and was a particularly deadly shot for goal. He was famous for his place kicking and at this he had no peer in the game. He represented W.A. at the Jubilee Carnival in 1908, in the 1911 Carnival in Adelaide and in the 1914 Carnival in Sydney. The fact that he represented the State in three carnivals speaks volumes for his ability. On his retirement from the game he concentrated his activities on the administration affairs of Old East, firstly on the committee and then in the position of President of the Club.