Arthur ‘Stonewall’ Jackson made his Norwood debut at the age of 16 and played an increasingly important defensive role in three Norwood premierships. He was one of the best players in the first South Australian team to beat Victoria, 6.8 to 4.6 at the South Melbourne Cricket Ground on 10 July 1890. He also represented the North of the colony at cricket and the South of the colony at football.
His older brother Henry was a prominent Norwood premiership player in 1982.
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