His first season he only managed 9-7 pitching and .306 hitting.
Ward established himself quickly, and in his first season managed to score 10 points in 38 games.
The following season he crossed to Essendon but could only manage the solitary game.
He ended up spending two full seasons (1988-1990) managing a club he also turned out for as a player.
The next season, despite not playing very often, he still managed to score 10 goals.
The next season the team managed to survive a season in 2.
The following season he played for Melbourne but could only manage four appearances.
In the 1905 season managed he seven games and ended his cricket career.
The first season in the national top league, 1948-49, the club managed to finish in 5h place.
This season managed to cast as much as 4.5 million votes from the audience.