|Playing Career||1898-1911, 1915|
|Premierships||9 - 1900, 1902-1904, 1906, 1908 - 1911|
|State Representative||5 Games|
James "Scotty" DOIG
James ‘Scotty’ Doig was the first of the Doig’s to play for East Fremantle, making his debut against West Perth in the second game of the 1898 season.
‘Scotty’ was the biggest of the family, being about 5ft. 11in (180 cm) and weighing about 11 and a half stone (73kg). ‘Scotty’ occupied the important position of centre half back, and what a great footballer he was. He was noted for his brilliant high marking. In addition he was a dashing player and revelled in the hard going. ‘Scotty’ held the position of centre half back for Old East’s from 1898 until 1911. He represented the State in the first team that was ever sent East from Western Australia in 1904.