Norwood-North games: 42
Norwood-North goals: 15
After making his league debut in 1935, Tom Price spent the next four seasons in the Norwood Reserves team playing mainly as a ruckman and half forward. He was a good mark, but a poor kick.
He played in the 1937 and 1938 Reserves Premiership sides that defeated Port Adelaide, on the Thebarton Oval.
Price was vice-captain in his fourth season for the Reserves without missing a game, when he was again a premiership player in the 1939 side that defeated North Adelaide, also on the Thebarton Oval.
Back in the League side, he played in the winning 1941 Grand Final against Sturt.
He was an important player for the Norwood-North combination in the World War II competition and was high up in the best players in the two Grand Final wins in 1943 and 1944.
R.Cialini Oct 2013