|Playing Career||1943, 1946-1953, 1955, 1956|
|Premierships||2 – 1943, 1946|
|EF Team of the Century||1997|
|State Representative||17 Games|
|Fremantle Hall of Legends||1998|
|WA Football Hall of Fame||2008|
Jim Conway was a brilliant high mark for a player of medium height and was an extremely accurate shot for goal, causing many a headache for defenders.
All his play was marked by shrewdness and forethought and this was clearly shown in his partnership with his Ruckman. He was always in the right position to receive the knock and head straight towards the goals. Often a quick word or a discreet signal was all that was needed between he and his Ruckman to put a plan into action. Although the war years and a bad ankle injury curtailed his playing career he still reached a high games tally. Jim was later known as ‘The Professor’ because, as a radio match commentator, his preference was to use a long word rather than a short one and his analysis of play was given in great depth.