Francis Teague was born on the 8th July 1874 at Moonta Mines.
In 1894, Frank Teague played for the Moonta Mines Turks in the Yorke Peninsula Football Association (YPFA).
The following year he represented the YPFA in matches against South Adelaide on the 29th August and then Port Adelaide on Saturday 31st August. He was named in the best players in the game against South Adelaide, played on the Adelaide Oval, when the visitors were defeated 3.5 to 8.13.
Teague then played for Norwood late in the 1895 season. On 2nd September he played against South Adelaide on the Adelaide Oval in the holiday Monday clash.
He also played with another Moonta team, Rainbows, and was appointed vice-captain of Moonta Turks in 1896 where he was a prominent footballer over many years.
In 1898 he travelled to Broken Hill and represented the YPFA in a series of matches.
Then in 1899 Teague played for YPFA against a "South Australians" representative side.
Francis Teague died in a car accident on the Port Wakefield road on 14th June, 1941. He is buried at the West Terrace Cemetery.
R Cialini, M Giles July 2021