Charles Henry Adams was born on the 24th of February, 1897.
A reliable kick and a fine mark, Adams made his league debut for Norwood in Round 3, 1919. Norwood won the holiday Monday encounter against West Adelaide, but unfortunately it proved to be the team's only win for the year and subsequently finished bottom.
Adams was named in the best players in three of his ten league games. He kicked four goals against North Adelaide on the Norwood Oval in round 5.
The following season he played Reserves and was in the team that defeated West Adelaide (4.6 to 2.12) in the 1921 Reserves Grand Final.
In 1922 he was one of the vice-captains of the Norwood Reserves.
Adams played A Grade cricket for the East Torrens Cricket Club - his career spanning over a decade
R Cialini July 2018