|Birth||22 September 1895, Ballarat|
|Height and weight||167. 5cm (5'6") 70 kg|
|Debut||11 June 1921, Essendon vs. Essendon Football Club, nicknamed The Bombers, is an Australian rules football club and is part of the Australian Football League. Carlton, at East Melbourne Cricket Ground|
|¹ Statistics to end of 1936 season|
|* Essendon Premiership: 1923, 1924|
Frank H. Maher (22 September 1895 — 1976), is a formerAustralian footballer, and coach in the Victorian Football League. Australian (rules football, or simply known as football, footy or Aussie rules, is a Team sport played between two teams of 18 players Coach (baseball|Coach (basketball|Coach (ice hockeyIn Sports a coach or manager is an individual involved in the direction instruction and training of the operations History The Victorian Football Association (VFA was founded in 1877 on 17 May.
He served in the army in World War I from 1916 to 1919, and was awarded the Military Medal for gallantry for his actions in France on 19 May 1918. World War I (abbreviated WWI; also known as the First World War, the Great War, and the War to End All 
He only began playing football when serving overseas with the AIF. On his return to Australia, he started playing football with two clubs, Shepparton and Lilydale.
Recruited from Lilydale Football Club, he played his first game for Essendon in 1921 at the advanced age of 25, playing against Carlton at the East Melbourne Cricket Ground on 11 June 1921 (the Carlton team is at ). The East Melbourne Cricket Ground ( EMCG) was a sports venue located at the corner of Wellington Parade and Jolimont Parade in East Melbourne Victoria,
He went on to play 137 games with Essendon Football Club from 1921 to 1928; and 118 of those games were played consecutively. Essendon Football Club, nicknamed The Bombers, is an Australian rules football club and is part of the Australian Football League.
Only 5'6" (167. 5cm) tall, he was part of Essendon's famous "Mosquito Fleet"; he had superb reflexes, perfect timing, and wonderful ball skills.
He represented Victoria on nine occasions in 1921, 1922, 1923, 1925, 1926, 1927 (captain), and 1928 (captain).
He was captain-coach of Essendon in 1927; whilst his application to coach Essendon in 1928 was rejected, he captained Essendon in that year.
After leaving Essendon, he went on to coach at Oakleigh on two occasions, at Fitzroy, and at Carlton; and from 1958 and 1968 he was president of Essendon's past players and officials association.