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  • Wacky Tiger

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    Might aswell lock in FF and CHB in one hit with a pair that really should have had an incredible chemistry

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    Pick 54 - Gordon Strang

    Gordon "Cocker" Strang was an outstanding centre-half-forward and centre-half-back. His strongest asset was his marking and during one game against South Melbourne in 1935, he was credited with the amazing tally of 28 - in fact records show it was 21 marks. After that game a Richmond teammate commented that Gordon had so much of the ball that he should know how many stitches there were on the football. Gordon promptly replied 261. He made his debut in Round 1 of 1931 and quickly showed his prowess by finishing the match with 12 marks. During the 1932 Final Series he was credited with taking 32 marks for the two games. This included 16 marks in a best-on-ground performance against Carlton in the 1932 Grand Final. He played in 11 Finals games with Richmond and was voted in the club's best three players on four occasions. He was also a fine kick.
    Legendary Collingwood coach Jock McHale had this to say about Gordon after he had played only a handful of games: "I have never seen two recruits from the bush referring to Gordon and his brother Doug, come into a league side and shine like they did. Gordon is a sound player with great judgement and good anticipation." He was a member of the 1932 and 1934 Premiership sides and the 1931 and 1933 Grand Final sides. He also represented Victoria nine times. Gordon's highest individual goal tally was 6 against Collingwood in Round 10 of 1932 and he kicked 5 goals or more three times at Richmond.
    A knee injury curtailed his 1936 season to just two games, and Richmond believing his career was at a crossroads allowed him to coach Launceston in 1937. He returned in 1938 for one final year with Richmond.
    In 1939 he moved to Wodonga where he won the "Morris Medal" for the Best and Fairest in the Ovens and Murray League. He had the medal taken off him as a result of a disqualification that make him ineligible during that season, he then went on to win it the following season before the war stopped the competition altogether. In appreciation of his service to the Wodonga Football Club the grandstand has been named in his honour. Gordon's father Bill and brother Allan played with South Melbourne, and another brother, Colin played with St. Kilda. His nephew Geoff Strang also played with Richmond. Gordon died in 1951.

    Pick 55 - Doug Strang


    Had Doug Strang's kicking matched his aerial ability he might well be remembered now as one of the greatest key position forwards in the history of the game. As it was, he was merely in the 'very good' rather than 'bona fide champion' class.

    Originally from East Albury, Strang made his VFL debut with Richmond, and went on to top his club's goal kicking list in each of his first three league seasons. In 1932 he booted four goals from full forward as the Tigers overcame Carlton by nine points in the Grand Final, but the following year saw him suspended from the losing Grand Final team against South Melbourne's famous 'foreign legion' combination.

    After missing the 1934 Grand Final as well, it was clear that Doug Strang's VFL career was on the wane. He left Richmond a year later after 64 VFL games and 180 goals in five seasons, and joined Kyneton as captain-coach, taking the club to a Bendigo Football League premiership in his only year at the helm. He then returned home to New South Wales, where he joined the Ovens and Murray League's Tigers, Albury.

    In 1937, under the coaching of his former Richmond team mate Stan Judkins, Strang helped his new team to 46-point Grand Final win over Yarrawonga. He later captain-coached the side to further flags in 1939 and 1940, while as a player he 'topped the ton' in 1938 and 1939, and on one occasion booted 20 goals in a match.

    Strong died aged just 41 in 1954 as a result of injuries received in a car accident.


    More versatility with the Strang brothers. Gordon named at CHB in the team of the Century most probably cause it was going to be impossible to surpass Hart or Titus. I'll leave Gordon at CHB and Doug at FF for now



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    FB:
    ??? - Barry Richardson - Dylan Grimes
    HB:
    ??? - Gordon Strang - ???
    C: ??? - Dustin Martin - ???
    HF: ??? - ??? - ???
    FF: ??? - Doug Strang - Neil Balme
    Foll:
    Roy Wright - ??? - ???
    Int: ??? - ??? - ??? - ???

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  • richoatthedisco

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    Building the midfield division, the Discos go with a premiership year Jack Dyer Medallist, a champion rover still underrated by the wider football public and a key man in three flags.

    Dion Prestia.


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    Prestia overcame the disadvantage of being drafted to the Black Hole Suns to become one of the leading clearance players in the league at a young age, finishing second and third in the Meter Maid Medal in 2013 and 2014 respectively, before injuries plagued him for the next two years.

    Rescued by Richmond in the 2016 off-season to howls of "pick 6 is too much to pay!", Prestia struggled initially due to the persistent knee injury he was carrying from the mismanagement he suffered from some clown in white shoes. He got better as the season went on, and was a key player in the finals series, starring with 31 disposals, 5 clearances, 6 tackles and the "fu** yeah, we've got you!" goal just before three-quarter-time in the qualifying final against the Scats, then 22, 5 clearances, 6 tackles and 2 goals assists in the prelim against GWS, and in the top 5 on the ground in the drought-breaker, with 27 disposals, 5 clearances and a goal.

    Dion's importance to one of Richmond's two greatest eras can be seen by how often we struggle when he's not there. After an injury-interrupted 2018 when he missed 11 games yet still finished 11th in the B&F, he was one of our few decent performers in the prelim debacle.

    He played every game in 2019, racking up almost 700 disposals at 27.4 per game, plus 5.9 clearances and 4.9 tackles, and once again thriving in September. 32 disposals, 10 tackles and 8 clearances in the qualifying final, 28, 2 goals, 5 tackles, 7 clearances and 9 inside 50s in the prelim against the Scats, and relaxing in the GF cakewalk with 22, he was a deserved Jack Dyer Medallist.

    He was again crucial in 2020 after missing much of the year through injury but once more delivering in the finals, including a couple of huge goals in the grand final.

    Combining the key midfield characteristics of clearance winning and hard, two-way running, Prestia is a champion, not just of the yellow and black, but the AFL. The most underrated player in football. Welcome to the Discos, Meatball.



    Tiger_Of_Old back to you
     
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  • Tiger_Of_Old

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    Pick 57-Micheal Perry .

    Recruited by Richmond in 1965, he eventually became a fixture at centre-half-back, and fans got used to seeing his mop of red hair flying above the pack, as well as being delighted by his tenacious clearing dashes. He was tall, strongly built, and had wonderful judgement. His ball sense was quite remarkable, and he always made rather hard tasks seem much simpler than they were.

    In Perry's second senior match, against St Kilda on 1 May 1965, his jaw was broken,[4] and did not play another senior match that season.

    By 1967 he was a fixture in the Richmond side at centre half-back. He was centre half-back in Richmond's first premiership team since 1944, when Richmond beat Geelong 16.18 (114) to 15.15 (105).

    He was centre half-back for the Victorian State team that defeated Western Australia, 20.15 (135) to 11.16 (82), on the MCG on 17 June 1967.[5][6]

    He played the entire 1968 and 1969 seasons for Richmond's senior side, missing Richmond's 1969 Grand Final winning team because of a four-game suspension for striking Footscray's Tad Joniec in the last home-and-away match of the 1969 season.[7]

    After 1969[edit]
    Although he was unable to play any more senior grade VFL due to an injury, he continued to play satisfactorily at a lower level for a number of years:

    • 1970: Richmond Reserves.
    • 1971: Richmond Reserves, including the 1971 Reserves Premiership (thus, from 1965 to the end of 1971, Mike had played 1 Victorian Representative game, 53 senior games, and 45 reserve games).
    Barunga Bullet your turn
     
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  • Barunga Bullet

    The GOAT
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    Pick 58- Mick Malthouse

    Games- 121
    goals - 10



    Mick Malthouse was a tough, resolute defender who might be said to have made the most of his abilities in a 174 game league career with two clubs. St Kilda recruited him from North Ballarat but he never really ignited in 53 VFL games between 1972 and 1976, and ended up moving to Richmond. With the Tigers he really came into his own, stamping himself as a top quality backman in 121 VFL games between 1976 and 1983, including the triumphant 1980 grand final when the Tigers demolished Collingwood.

    As a coach, however, Mick Malthouse achieved even greater notoriety, including masterminding AFL premierships at West Coast in 1992 and 1994, and Collingwood in 2010. By contrast, his three season (2013-15) stint in charge of Carlton was frankly inglorious, but there is little doubt that overall he will be remembered and celebrated as one of the truly great figures in the history of the game.



    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 xx xx
    IC: xx xx xx xx

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  • richard parker

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    Pick 59 - Toby Nankervis

    Adds real grunt to my team. Tackling machine and he tackles to hurt. Gets enough hit outs but it’s his ground ball work and clearance numbers that make him elite in his role. Will need support but it’s like adding a bonus midfielder. Has been a game changer at the tigers. Super important player in our recent success. Three flags.

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    peterbuch74 is up
     
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  • peterbuch74

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    PICK 60 - Ivan Maric

    Just missing my next target by one pick, I've had to resort to my next best option... welcome down to PBs team, the war horse, the enforcer, the one and only mullet man, the big Ivvy!

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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 xxxxxxxx
    F: xxxxxxxxx M.Roach xxxxxxxx
    FOL: I.Maric xxxxxxxx D.Weightman
    IC: xx xx xx xx

    _RT_ you're up
     
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  • _RT_

    2017 2019 2020
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    With pick 61 I'm taking Brad Ottens. In his 129 games for the Tigers he kicked 159 goals and was an All Australian in 2001 when we made the preliminary final. Seen my many as a traitor for leaving us to go to Geelong, there is no doubt that he performed at a very high level when he played for us hence Geelong going after him.
     
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  • Phar Ace

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    Thanks _RT_ - just in after a long day fitting!

    Unlike you not to take my intended next pick for a change..........

    Pick62 - Dave Astbury

    I wanted a KPD - so who is there who has played in at least three premierships? Dave, after three Premierships has to be in the mix. Was going to try sneak G.Strang to to get a 4 premiership player, but you blokes are smart and would have realised the "G" was both Gordon and Geoff. Geez those Strangs knew how to breed!

    Astbury's AFL debut came in round 4, in a 55-point loss to Melbourne. In that match he played as a forward, recording seven disposals, three tackles and an equal-team-high three goals. It wasn't obvious at that stage Dave would become the pivotal in a multi premiership-winning backline! Hips and knees were not Dave's favourite joints, and took a long time for him to get his body as right as AFL will allow. 2017 saw this happen and Dave became one the leagues most underrated Defender, often taking one key forward like Hawkins or West Coast Kennedy and blanketing them. The next few season Dave managed 20-22 games each season, and become an intercept marking beast. It's no coincidence that the Tigers's started winning premierships and his work on the best forward let the likes of Rance, Grimes and Vlaustin create havoc by playing more fluid attacking roles off the backline.

    Richmond coach Damien Hardwick labelled Astbury an "all-time great" of the Tigers and an "incredible human".

    "The legacy that this man will leave is up there with the very best players at our footy club," Hardwick said. "The man missed two years and has had 14 operations. "Most people would have just given up. But not Dave Astbury."


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

    Sorry to keep you waiting tiger_tough!
     
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  • Phar Ace

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    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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  • _RT_

    2017 2019 2020
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    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

    peterbuch74
     
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  • peterbuch74

    Premium Gold
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    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
     
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  • richard parker

    Team Captain
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    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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  • Barunga Bullet

    The GOAT
    May 8, 2019
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    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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  • Tiger_Of_Old

    🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
    Nov 23, 2000
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    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 New
  • richoatthedisco

    Dude, I go for Richmond
    Jun 18, 2007
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    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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  • Wacky Tiger

    Parmy
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  • richoatthedisco

    Dude, I go for Richmond
    Jun 18, 2007
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    #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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    Tiger_Of_Old
     
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  • Barunga Bullet

    The GOAT
    May 8, 2019
    587
    2,425
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    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
     
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  • richard parker

    Team Captain
    Feb 11, 2016
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    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

    peterbuch74 is next
     
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  • peterbuch74

    Premium Gold
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    Was really hoping Shai would fall to this pick, so I'll have to select the next on my list in the centre.

    With Pick 78, the PB74s select one of the fastest players I've even seen... Michael Mitchell

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

    _RT_ you're up
     
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  • _RT_

    2017 2019 2020
    Sep 17, 2006
    40,433
    67,219
    Southern Stand Punt Road End
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    Richmond
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    Furies Premiers 2010
    Mark Coughlan

    Coughlan is one of the 'what might have been' types that had it not been for some dodgy diagnosis down in Tasmania when he had tweaked a knee and then slipped in the shower and did the same knee again. Before injuries struck Coughlan had managed to win a Jack Dyer Medal in just his 3rd season.

    Phar Ace is up
     
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  • tiger_tough

    Premiership Player
    Nov 24, 2008
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    Richmond
    Pick 81 - Bruce Monteath. 118 games, 198 goals. 1 Michael Roach medal and 1980 premiership captain. A steal.
    Pick 82 - Mike Patterson. 152 games, 72 goals. 1967 premiership player and 2 time reserves BnF winner.

    B:..XX...........A.Kellaway..........K.Sheedy
    HB:XX.............A.Rance...........XX
    C:..XX.............G.Raines..........XX
    HF:B.Monteath...D.Cloke..........XX
    FF:XX.............J.Riewoldt.........XX
    R:M.Patterson....S.Tuck......Rowlings
    I/C:XX....XX....XX....XX

    Phar Ace is up if you want to PM him richoatthedisco
     
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