|Premierships||3 - 1933, 1937, 1945|
|EF Leading Goalkicker||1933-1941|
|WAFL Leading Goalkicker||1933-1937, 1941|
|EF Team of the Century||1997|
|State Representative||14 games|
|Fremantle Hall of Legends||1995|
|AFL Hall of Fame||2002|
|WA Football Hall of Fame||2004|
|Life Member WAFC||2006|
|Fremantle Legends Team||2007|
George DOIG (Legend)
George was a brilliant goal kicker, starting his career with a 9 goal haul and kicking 106 for his first season.
He broke the century every season except his last when he played only 6 games. He was only 175 cm tall and around 74 kgs in weight but he was a strong mark, light and fast in his movements and a brilliant kick with either foot. To the great joy of East Fremantle supporters he kicked 10 or more goals on 14 occasions. After a match in Sydney in 1938 George was dubbed ‘the Bradman of WAFL Football’ by a newspaper reporter. Off the field George was a quiet, dignified family man who received the many accolades that came his way with humility. A true champion and a great man.