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Pick 65

Phar Ace

Premium Platinum
Feb 9, 2017
8,691
16,693
Sunshine Coast
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Brisbane Bullets, Firebirds
Pick 64 - Paddy Guinane

Paddy Guinane was an excellent footballer, with a muscle-bound physique that teammate Kevin Sheedy once described as the best he had seen in footy. He played as a powerful marking forward in the 1967 flag; club great Francis Bourke compared Guinane to Matthew Richardson in terms of the way he would play during his 146 games for 216 goals.


Full Name: PADDY GUINANE
RICHMOND SENIORS
Seasons:
1958-68
Total Games: 146
Total Goals: 216
Honours: Premiership 1967, Club Leading Goalkicker 1966 Goals 50, 1968 Goals 40, Victorian Representative Team 1960.

BIOGRAPHY
Paddy played his early football with Richmond as a ruckman and defender. He later transferred to a key-forward position, where he won two Goalkicking awards in 1966 and 1968. His highest tally of goals was 8 against Collingwood in Round 12 on 1968 and he kicked 5 goals or more five times. He was a solidly built-player whose greatest asset was his strong marking and effective body use. His kicking for goal was not always accurate and this detracted from his game at times. He was a very enthusiastic player whether at training or during a match.
He ran second in the 1962 Best and Fairest award and third in 1965. He was also a member of the 1962 night Premiership side. He was awarded Life Membership in 1967 and was vice captain of the 1967 Premiership team. Paddy represented Victoria twice in 1960. He later served on the Richmond Board of Directors between 1985 and 1987 and again in 1989. He was Graeme Richmond's "Mr Fixit"! After leaving Richmond Paddy played at Dandenong for two years before crossing to the Tony JEWELL – coached Caulfield. He spent four seasons at Caulfield and was a member of their 1973 Premiership side. He coached the Richmond Under/19s in 1978 and 1979 and the Reserves in 1980 and 1981.

B: xxxxxxx F.Swift xxxxxxx
HB: xxxxxxx D Astbury xxxxxxx
C: xxxxxxx M Rioli Snr xxxx
HF: xxxxxxx P.Guinane xxxxxxx
F: xxxxxxx J.Titus xxxxxxx
FOL: M.Green T.Free R.Dean
IC: xx xx xx xx
 
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Pick 66

_RT_

2017 2019 2020
Sep 17, 2006
40,827
68,526
Southern Stand Punt Road End
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Furies Premiers 2010
Brian Taylor 191cm 102kg 43 games 156 goals

No denying that Taylor was a talented forward when recruited by Richmond as a 16 year old in 1978, and he finally made his debut in 1980. He struggled to make an impact early on having to compete with Roach for the FF spot. In 1982 he kicked 71 goals from 15 games with bags of 10, 8 & 2 x 7 goals. In his final year with Richmond he kicked another 61 goals from 16 games, proving that he had the talent to be a success as a key forward, but after growing frustrated with playing second fiddle to Roach he requested a trade to the Pies at the end of the 1984 season.

B: Branton xxxxxx xxxxxxx
HB: Keane xxxxxxx xxxxxxx
C: Bourke xxxxxxx xxxxxxx
HF: xxxxxxx Ottens xxxxxxx
F: Harris Taylor xxxxxx
R: Morris Dyer xxxxxx
INT: xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxx

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_RT_

2017 2019 2020
Sep 17, 2006
40,827
68,526
Southern Stand Punt Road End
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Furies Premiers 2010
Round 1
1. Wacky Tiger - Dustin Martin
2. richoatthedisco - Royce Hart
3. Tiger_Of_Old - Kevin Bartlett
4. Barunga Bullet - Matthew Richardson
5. richard parker - Trent Cotchin
6. peterbuch74 - Dale Weightman
7. _RT_ - Jack Dyer
8. Phar Ace - Jack Titus
9. tiger_tough - Jack Riewoldt

Round 2

10. tiger_tough - Alex Rance
11. Phar Ace - Maurice Rioli
12. _RT_ - Francis Bourke
13. peterbuch74 - Michael Roach
14. richard parker - Shane Edwards
15. Barunga Bullet - Ian Stewart
16. Tiger_Of_Old - Nathan Brown
17. richoatthedisco - Bill Barrot
18. Wacky Tiger - Dylan Grimes

Round 3
19. Wacky Tiger - Roy Wright
20. richoatthedisco - Vic Thorp
21. Tiger Of Old - Matthew Knights
22. Barunga Bullet - Dick Clay
23. Richard Parker - Wayne Campbell
24. Peter Buch 74 - Darren Gaspar
25. RT - Dick Harris
26. Phar Ace - Michael Green
27. Tiger Tough - Geoff Raines

Round 4
28. Tiger Tough - Kevin Sheedy
29. Phar Ace - Roger Dean
30. RT - Ron Branton
31. Peter Buch 74 - Nick Vlastuin
32. Richard Parker - Brett Deledio
33. Barunga Bullet - Jim Jess
34. Tiger Of Old - Mark Lee
35. richoatthedisco - Bryan Wood
36. Wacky Tiger - Neil Balme

Round 5
37. Wacky Tiger - Barry Richardson
38. richoatthedisco - Robert Wiley
39. Tiger Of Old - Noah Balta
40. Barunga Bullet - Joel Bowden
41. Richard Parker - Jeff Hogg
42. Peter Buch 74 - Chris Newman
43. RT - Mervyn Keane
44. Phar Ace - Fred Swift
45. Tiger Tough - David Cloke

Round 6
46. Tiger Tough - Barry Rowlings
47. Phar Ace - Tony Free
48. RT - Bill Morris
49. Peter Buch 74 - Brendon Gale
50. Richard Parker - Scott Turner
51. Barunga Bullet - Tom Lynch
52. Tiger Of Old - Paul Broderick
53. richoatthedisco - Bachar Houli
54. Wacky Tiger - Gordon Strang

Round 7
55. Wacky Tiger - Doug Strang
56. richoatthedisco - Dion Prestia
57. Tiger Of Old - Michael Perry
58. Barunga Bullet - Michael Malthouse
59. Richard Parker - Toby Nankervis
60. Peter Buch 74 - Ivan Maric
61. RT - Brad Ottens
62. Phar Ace - David Astbury
63. Tiger Tough - Shane Tuck

Round 8
64. Tiger Tough - Andrew Kellaway
65. Phar Ace - Paddy Guinane
66. RT - Brian Taylor
67. Peter Buch 74 - Kane Lambert
68. Richard Parker - Neville Crowe
69. Barunga Bullet - Nathan Foley
70. Tiger Of Old - Shai Bolton
71. richoatthedisco - Ray Poulter
72. Wacky Tiger - Kane Johnson

Round 9
73. Wacky Tiger - Craig Lambert
74. richoatthedisco - Perce Bentley
75. Tiger Of Old - Ben Cousins
76. Barunga Bullet - Ben Holland
77. Richard Parker - Basil McCormack
78. Peter Buch 74 - Michael Mitchell
79. RT - Mark Coughlan
80. Phar Ace - Des Rowe
81. Tiger Tough - Bruce Monteath

Round 10
82. Tiger Tough - Mike Patterson
83. Phar Ace - Stuey Maxfield
84. RT - Robbie 'Bones' McGhie
85. Peter Buch 74
86. Richard Parker
87. Barunga Bullet
88. Tiger Of Old
89. richoatthedisco
90. Wacky Tiger

Round 11
91. Wacky Tiger
92. richoatthedisco
93. Tiger Of Old
94. Barunga Bullet
95. Richard Parker
96. Peter Buch 74
97. RT
98. Phar Ace
99. Tiger Tough

Round 12
100. Tiger Tough
101. Phar Ace
102. RT
103. Peter Buch 74
104. Richard Parker
105. Barunga Bullet
106. Tiger Of Old
107. richoatthedisco
108. Wacky Tiger

Round 13
109. Wacky Tiger
110. richoatthedisco
111. Tiger Of Old
112. Barunga Bullet
113. Richard Parker
114. Peter Buch 74
115. RT
116. Phar Ace
117. Tiger Tough

Round 14
118. Tiger Tough
119. Phar Ace
120. RT
121. Peter Buch 74
122. Richard Parker
123. Barunga Bullet
124. Tiger Of Old
125. richoatthedisco
126. Wacky Tiger
 
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Pick 67

peterbuch74

Premium Gold
Oct 10, 2007
5,493
10,304
Punt Rd Oval, Tigerland
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Denver Broncos, Liverpool
With Pick 74, the PB74s select Kane Lambert on a half forward flank

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PB74's team
B: xxxxxxxxx D.Gaspar N.Vlastuin
HB: C.Newman xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
C: xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
HF: xxxxxxxxx B.Gale K.Lambert
F: xxxxxxxxx M.Roach xxxxxxxx
FOL: I.Maric xxxxxxxx D.Weightman
IC: xx xx xx xx

richard parker back to you
 
Pick 68

richard parker

Team Captain
Feb 11, 2016
452
1,641
Pacific Ocean
AFL Club
Richmond
Pick 68 - Neville Crowe

Before my time but this is an incredible story. I just can't say no to Neville Crowe.
The phantom punch incident tragically and unfairly meant he missed his flag opportunity after living and breathing the club for so long. Then goes on to administer the successful save our skins campaign. Thanks mate, what a guy. Couldn't find much footage but looks like he had good ruck craft and could take a good grab.


https://formertigers.com.au/about/14-save-our-skins (ps.not sure about the choice of host for this)

Richard Parker's Team
B: xxx S.Turner xxx
HB: xxx xxx xxx
C: xxx T.Cotchin xxx
HF: xxx xxx B.Deledio
F: xxx J.Hogg xxx
Fol: T. Nankervis W.Campbell S.Edwards
IC: N.Crowe xxx xxx xxx

Barunga Bullet you’re up
 
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Pick 69

Barunga Bullet

The GOAT
May 8, 2019
612
2,503
AFL Club
Richmond
Pick 69- Nathan Foley


Nathan Foley has played 154 games for Richmond since debuting for the Tigers in 2005.

Foley was drafted by Richmond using pick 3 in the 2003 AFL Rookie Draft, from the Geelong Falcons. He made his debut in Round 10, 2005 against the Melbourne Football Club, in a match well remembered for the horrific broken leg sustained by Tigers' star Nathan Brown.

In 2007, Foley had a break-out season, establishing himself as one of the AFL's best on-ballers. He was selected in a squad of 40 for the All Australian team, but missed out when the official 22 man team was released on 17 September 2007. He was runner-up in the Richmond Best and Fairest count, only one vote behind the winner.

In 2008, Foley was named as Richmond's deputy vice captain along with Chris Newman



Barunga Bullets Team
B: Malthouse xx xx
HB: bowden Jess xx
C: Clay Stewart xx
HF: xx Richardson xx
F: xx Lynch xx
FOL: xx foley xx
IC: xx xx xx xx

Tiger_Of_Old
 
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Pick 70

Tiger_Of_Old

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Nov 23, 2000
51,036
107,686
Country Victoria
AFL Club
Richmond
Pick 70-Shai Bolton.(Yes another B)
Natural talent wise Shai is right up there with the best.Put him in my star studded line up and this lad will destroy you.


Progressed from a promising youngster to a star-in-the-making courtesy of a tremendous 2020 season.

He was given the opportunity to spend more time in the midfield and it paid dividends as he took his game to another level.

Bolton possesses dynamic pace, evasive dexterity and a thumping kick.

The West Australian finished fourth in the best and fairest and is now a two-time premiership player.


Honours: NAB AFL Rising Star nominee 2019, premiership sides 2019, 2020


Brownlow Medal: 2020 votes 9; career votes 14


Draft history: 2016 NAB AFL Draft 2nd round selection (Richmond) No. 29




B:xxxx,Balta,xxxxx
HB:xxxx,xxxx,xxxx
C:xxxx,Knights,xxxx
HF:Brown,xxxxx,xxxxx
F:Bartlett,xxxxx,Bolton
Foll:Lee,Broderick,

richoatthedisco you up mate.
 
Pick 71

richoatthedisco

Dude, I go for Richmond
Jun 18, 2007
25,083
46,311
Top of the tree
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
#VICBIAS
Ray Poulter.

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A highly talented centre-half-forward known for his high marking and thumping left boot, Ray Poulter won three goal kicking awards and was runner-up in the B&F in a 170-game career that netted him 351 goals (9th on Richmond's all-time list). He kicked 5 or more 19 times and represented Victoria three times.

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Although his senior career coincided with fallow period for the Tigers, he was a member of the club's 1946 reserves premiership at the age of 17.

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Wacky Tiger
 
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Pick 72 & 73

Wacky Tiger

Parmy
Aug 26, 2004
27,374
45,817
Country SA
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Fighting Furies, Sturt, Rockets
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Pick 74

richoatthedisco

Dude, I go for Richmond
Jun 18, 2007
25,083
46,311
Top of the tree
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
#VICBIAS
Percy Bentley

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263 games, 275 goals. 1932 premiership captain and 1934 premiership captain-coach, Percy Bentley held the record for most games as Richmond captain (168) before it was broken by Trent Cotchin.

A strongly-built, mobile ruckman, Bentley's rugged style of play inspired his teammates and set the tone for a young Jack Dyer, the two combining with rover Ray Martin to form one of the Tigers' greatest following divisions.

"He was a very strong player and a great on-field leader who set the example for his teammates to follow. He was a rugged player who used his ample physical strength to gain the best position in rucking and marking contests. He was very dangerous when resting in the forward line where he scored 5 goals or more six times in his career." - https://tigerlandarchive.org/tiki-index.php?page=Percy+Bentley&highlight=percy+bentley

Bentley represented Victoria six times and captained his state in 1933.

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Pick 76

Barunga Bullet

The GOAT
May 8, 2019
612
2,503
AFL Club
Richmond
Pick 74- Ben Holland

Barunga Bullets Team
B: Malthouse xx xx
HB: bowden Jess xx
C: Clay Stewart xx
HF: xx Richardson xx
F: holland Lynch xx
FOL: xx foley xx
IC: xx xx xx xx
 

Phar Ace

Premium Platinum
Feb 9, 2017
8,691
16,693
Sunshine Coast
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Brisbane Bullets, Firebirds
Ben x 2 Cousins and Holland in Richmonds top 74 of all time? I’d like some of the sh*t you blokes are on.

Better than Ben Lennon & Ben Nason at least - but yeah Cousins played what, a season. Didn't mind Ben Holland 98 to 2001, but he seemed a distracted soul once Adelaide came knocking - should have gone in hindsight but went to the Demons instead a few years later.

Thursday, 3 April 2008
Ben Holland launches a Supreme Court writ against Richmond and former Tigers' president Clinton Casey over alleged unpaid payments totalling over $500,000 based on a three-year contract he signed with Richmond in 2001.
Holland claims he gave up a lucrative offer to join the Crows to stay with the Tigers who offered a deal worth half a million dollars less, but who had then promised him other incentives such as land, property, shares and employment opportunities.
Holland says the promised incentives were never fulfilled by Richmond and is now suing them for the difference between the contract he gave up with the Crows and that which he signed with the Tigers.
Tigers CEO Steven Wright says he is surprised that Holland has raised this issue after believing the matter had long been settled.
"We were surprised to hear about this recently, we thought the matter had gone away a long time ago," Wright said.

Wednesday, 8 April 2009
Former Richmond president Clinton Casey has been given just weeks to settle claims by high profile Tiger players.
Richmond stars Nathan Brown, Matthew Richardson and Kane Johnson are asking for a minimum of $300,000 from Casey with the threat of taking him to court if their demands are not met.
Casey, and Richmond, only recently settled out of court a dispute involving another ex-player, Ben Holland.
Holland gained the confidential settlement, believed to be more than $100,000, after lodging documents with the Supreme Court seeking $530,000 from business and investment opportunities that he claimed were not delivered.
 
Pick 77

richard parker

Team Captain
Feb 11, 2016
452
1,641
Pacific Ocean
AFL Club
Richmond
Pick 77 - Basil McCormack

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Sounds like a tough bugger.

"Basil was a champion half-back-flanker during Richmond’s successful era of the late 1920s and early 1930s.

He was a tough competitor who was a safe reliable mark and fine pass. He possessed excellent judgement and anticipation which enabled him to dash away from opponents. He was also fiery at times and this cost him two separate 6-match suspensions.

He spent 12 seasons with Richmond, playing 200 games and representing Victoria 13 times. He won the club Best and Fairest award in 1927 and 1928 and he was vice captain in 1929 and 1931. He was a member of the 1932 and 1934 Premiership sides and the 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931 and 1933 Grand Final sides. He was voted Richmond’s best player in the water logged Grand Final of 1927..." - Tigerland Archive

Richard Parker's Team:
B: xxx S.Turner xxx
HB: B.McCormack xxx xxx
C: xxx T.Cotchin xxx
HF: xxx xxx B.Deledio
F: xxx J.Hogg xxx
Fol: T. Nankervis W.Campbell S.Edwards
IC: N.Crowe xxx xxx xxx

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Nov 20, 2008
30,061
54,645
Vilnius
AFL Club
Richmond
Pick 77 - Basil McCormack

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Sounds like a tough bugger.

"Basil was a champion half-back-flanker during Richmond’s successful era of the late 1920s and early 1930s.

He was a tough competitor who was a safe reliable mark and fine pass. He possessed excellent judgement and anticipation which enabled him to dash away from opponents. He was also fiery at times and this cost him two separate 6-match suspensions.

He spent 12 seasons with Richmond, playing 200 games and representing Victoria 13 times. He won the club Best and Fairest award in 1927 and 1928 and he was vice captain in 1929 and 1931. He was a member of the 1932 and 1934 Premiership sides and the 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931 and 1933 Grand Final sides. He was voted Richmond’s best player in the water logged Grand Final of 1927..." - Tigerland Archive

Richard Parker's Team:
B: xxx S.Turner xxx
HB: B.McCormack xxx xxx
C: xxx T.Cotchin xxx
HF: xxx xxx B.Deledio
F: xxx J.Hogg xxx
Fol: T. Nankervis W.Campbell S.Edwards
IC: N.Crowe xxx xxx xxx

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I like this pick a lot...❤