|Full name||Stanley Maxwell Pontifex|
|Date of birth||31 July 1910|
|Place of birth||North Adelaide, South Australia|
|Date of death||18 January 1998(aged 87)|
|Original team(s)||Commonwealth Bank (SA)|
|1930–1934||West Torrens||74 (50)|
|1936–1938||City (Launceston)||45 (?)|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1934.
Pontifex's career with West Torrens began in 1929 and ended when he was transferred by his employer to Tasmania. In Tasmania he captain / coached the City Football Club in Launceston. A centreman, he had won a Magarey Medal in 1932 and was twice West Torrens' best and fairest winner. He also represented South Australian in 10 interstate matches during his career.
He is buried at St Jude's Cemetery, Brighton along with his wife Verna Margaret nee Smith (1914–2001).
- Max Pontifex at AustralianFootball.com