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Pick 83
  • richoatthedisco

    Dude, I go for Richmond
    Jun 18, 2007
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    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
    Bugger, I wanted both those guys!

    Phar Ace takes Stuey Maxfield.

    _RT_ back to you.
     
    Pick 84
  • _RT_

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    Pick 84 Robbie 'Bones' McGhie

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    B: Branton xxxxxx xxxxxxx
    HB: Keane McGhie xxxxxxx
    C: Bourke Coughlan xxxxxxx
    HF: xxxxxxx Ottens xxxxxxx
    F: Harris Taylor xxxxxx
    R: Morris Dyer xxxxxx
    INT: xxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxx
     
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    Pick 85
  • peterbuch74

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    With pick 85 the PB74's swoop on John Northey to play on the Half forward flank.

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    PB74's team
    B: xxxxxxxxx D.Gaspar N.Vlastuin
    HB: C.Newman xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
    C: xxxxxxxxx M.Mitchell xxxxxxxx
    HF: J.Northey 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 86
  • richard parker

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    Pick 86 - Michael Pickering

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    A versatile player who played stints across the forward line, on the wing or in the midfield. He really gave his all and was a clever player.

    From the club website: "His career at Tigerland was defined by his running ability, marking prowess, durability and copious courage. Despite having a relatively slender build, he consistently displayed great bravery in hurling himself into packs to compete for marks. Pickering was fearless in pursuit of the ball, either at aerial or ground level, and he absorbed plenty of punishment on-field without ever flinching...The individual highlight of Pickering’s time with the Tigers came in 1988, when he won the Jack Dyer Medal. That year, he averaged 22.5 disposals and 7.2 marks per game and kicked 26 goals."

    Richard Parker's Team
    B: xxx S.Turner xxx
    HB: xxx xxx xxx
    C: xxx T.Cotchin xxx
    HF: xxx M.Pickering B.Deledio
    F: xxx J.Hogg xxx
    Fol: T. Nankervis W.Campbell S.Edwards
    IC: N.Crowe xxx xxx xxx
     
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    Pick 87
  • Barunga Bullet

    The GOAT
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    Pick 87- Nick Daffy
    Games- 165
    Goals 181
    Jack Dyer medal 1998
    Michael Roach Medal 1995

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    Barunga Bullets Team
    B: Malthouse xx xx
    HB: bowden Jess xx
    C: Clay Stewart xx
    HF: Daffy Richardson xx
    F: holland Lynch xx
    FOL: xx foley xx
    IC: xx xx xx xx
     
    Pick 88
  • Tiger_Of_Old

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    Pick 88-Greg Strachan
    Mr Dependable

    Full Name: GREG STRACHAN
    Date of Birth: 05/09/1958
    Height: 188 cm ( 6-2 )
    Weight: 89 kg ( 14-0 )
    Guernsey: 19
    Debut: 01/04/1978, Round 1, Carlton
    Last Game: 30/05/1987, Round 10, Geelong


    RICHMOND SENIORS
    Seasons: 1978-88
    Total Games: 154
    Total Goals: 8

    Honours: Premiership 1980.



    RICHMOND RESERVES
    Seasons: 1978-80, 1982, 1985-87
    Total Games: 67
    Total Goals: 26

    richoatthedisco your up.
     
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    Pick 89
  • richoatthedisco

    Dude, I go for Richmond
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    I can't believe a Brownlow Medallist is still on the table at pick 89.

    Stan Judkins. (Not enough Stans these days.)

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    The brilliant wingman won the 1930 Brownlow Medal and was a member of the 1932 and 1934 premiership sides (and the 1931 and 1933 losing grand final teams, but we don't talk about them). Renowned for his speed and skill, he formed one third of Richmond's greatest pre-Bourke-Barrott-Clay centreline, alongside Allan Geddes and Eric Zschech.

    In his 133 games, Judkins played in 100 wins and just 31 losses, for a winning percentage of 75.94% - the Xth highest (I dunno, you look it up. I'm guessing top 10) winning percentage of any player with more than 100 games. His average of 0.34 Brownlow votes per game puts him him ahead of prestigious Tiger names including Raines, Hart, Deledio and Castagna.

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    Wacky Tiger
     
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    Pick 90 & 91
  • Wacky Tiger

    Parmy
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    Reckon these two would have a cracking conversation. Not sure who would get more words in

    Pick 90 - Jayden Short

    bnf in a premiership year

    Pick 91 - Rex Hunt

    too old for me to have watched but good enough to be a dual premiership player. Plus needed a CHF


    Wackys 22

    FB:
    ??? - Barry Richardson - Dylan Grimes
    HB:
    Jayden Short - Gordon Strang - ???
    C: ??? - Dustin Martin - ???
    HF: ??? - Rex Hunt - ???
    FF: ??? - Doug Strang - Neil Balme
    Foll:
    Roy Wright - Kane Johnson - Craig Lambert
    Int:
    ??? - ??? - ??? - ???

    richoatthedisco
     
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    Pick 92
  • richoatthedisco

    Dude, I go for Richmond
    Jun 18, 2007
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    Pick 92 - Don 'Mopsy' Fraser, Jr.

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    Beginning his career as a forward, Fraser kicked 30, 34 and 32 goals in his first three seasons before shifting to centre-half-back. A strong high mark and a long kick, he became regarded as one of the best centre-half-backs to have played the game, and was a regular Victorian representative (9 games). With 125 goals from 124 games, he would make a fine swingman as well.

    Mopsy had a well-earned reputation as one of the toughest, most aggressive players the game has seen. He put the fear of Dyer into opponents, serving a total of 16 weeks' suspension during his Richmond career.

    "Remembered today as one of the most ferocious and relentlessly aggressive players ever to don a football jumper, 'Mopsy' Fraser was actually much more than a simple thug; he was, in the view of some, one of the finest centre half backs ever to play the game." - australianfootball.com

    Tiger_Of_Old
     
    Pick 93
  • Tiger_Of_Old

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    Pick 93-Max Oppy.

    Full Name:
    WILLIAM MAX OPPY
    Date of Birth: 14/10/1924
    Height: 175 cm ( 5-9 )
    Weight: 81 kg ( 12-11 )
    Guernsey: 5/14/30
    Debut: 30/05/1942, Round 4, St Kilda
    Last Game: 28/08/1954, Round 18, Collingwood

    RICHMOND SENIORS
    Seasons:
    1942-54
    Total Games: 185
    Total Goals: 29
    Honours: Premiership 1943, Victorian Representative Games 4 Goals 0

    Barunga Bullet your up.
     
    Pick 95
  • richard parker

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    Pick 95 - Billy Brown

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    "Exhilaratingly pacy, ultra courageous, and chock-full of trademark 'eat 'em alive' bellicosity that belied his diminutive stature, Billy Brown was a tremendous favourite among Richmond supporters throughout his nine season, 130-game VFL career." - Australian Football online

    Played alongside KB in the midfield in a very successful era including in the 1967 and 1969 premierships. Has the attributes to play on the wing and rotate through the midfield.

    Richard Parker's Team
    B: ?? Scott Turner ??
    HB: ?? ?? ??
    C: Billy Brown Trent Cotchin ??
    HF: ?? Michael Pickering Brett Deledio
    F: ?? Jeff Hogg ??
    Fol: Toby Nankervis Wayne Campbell Shane Edwards
    IC: N.Crowe ?? ?? ??

    peterbuch74
     
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    Pick 96
  • peterbuch74

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    With pick 96, the PB74's select Leon Cameron... One of the best players to kick off both sides of his body, and he was deadly accurate when he got forward of the centreline.

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    PB74's team
    B: L.Cameron D.Gaspar N.Vlastuin
    HB: C.Newman xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
    C: xxxxxxxxx M.Mitchell xxxxxxxx
    HF: J.Northey 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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    pick 98
  • Phar Ace

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    Pick 98 - Ricky McLean

    Ricky McLean was regarded as one of the toughest players ever to pull on the famous Yellow and Black guernsey. That reputation for ruggedness, however, overshadowed the fact that McLean could seriously play the game . . . The powerfully-built 185cm, 92kg full-forward joined Richmond at the end of 1971, after being cleared by Carlton, where he’d managed only 19 games in half a dozen years.

    Southby of Carlton once said to a big audience after discussing that GF hit Balme made on him, that there was a second Richmond opponent who “made Balme look like a pussycat” and if he had to choose between them, he would rather play on Balme any day.
    He was referring to Ricky McLean, who was a team-mate at Carlton before moving to the Tigers in 1972. Immediately he got there, he lined up on Southby in a practice match. “I outpaced him and then a big left hand came out and got me right on the nose. I couldn’t breathe out of my left nostril for a number of years. That was the legacy of Ricky McLean,” Southby said. “Balme had white line fever on the ground but McLean had it on and off the ground. I was shit scared of him when he was playing for Carlton, let alone when he was playing for Richmond.”

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    Starved of opportunity during his playing career with the Blues, McLean was hell-bent on making up for lost time at Tigerland. He booted four goals in an impressive first-up display for Richmond in the opening round of the 1972 season against Collingwood, with the Tigers winning a thrilling contest by four points.

    That season, McLean finished with a career-high 55 goals, sharing Richmond’s leading goalkicker award with kindred spirit, Neil Balme, with whom he formed a formidable combination, deep in the Tigers’ forward line. The dynamic duo, “affectionately” known as “Biff” and “Bam”, struck fear into the hearts and minds of opposition backlines during the early 1970s.

    In the ’72 season, McLean scored multiple goals in a match, with a career-best return of eight, against St Kilda at the MCG in Round 17.

    Clearly, the two best sides that year were Richmond and McLean’s old mob, Carlton. They met in the second semi-final out at Waverley and slugged out a low-scoring draw.

    McLean kicked five goals against the Blues in the second-semi replay the following week at the MCG, as the Tigers recorded a comfortable victory and became raging hot flag favorites.

    Unfortunately, two weeks later, McLean injured his hamstring early in the ’72 premiership-decider against Carlton, and he spent the entire second half on the bench, watching the Blues pile on a record Grand Final score in a major upset.

    McLean started the following season strongly, kicking 21 goals in his first six matches. But he then missed a fair chunk of the year, mainly due to injuries, and was not a member of the Tiger team that gained sweet revenge over Carlton in the 1973 Grand Final.

    Still, his 32-goal return for the season placed him equal second on the Club’s goalkicking list for that ’73 premiership year.

    McLean left Richmond during the 1974 season to play for Tasmanian club Burnie, but returned to Tigerland in 1976, for three more senior appearances that year, before retiring from league football.

    He’d averaged more than two and a half goals per game during his time with the Tigers, and had provided the team with a very strong, aggressive focal point in attack.

    Ricky McLean profile
    Born: 8/11/1947
    Height: 185cm
    Playing weight: 92kg
    Richmond trade history: Traded to the Tigers by Carlton for a monetary exchange in late 1971
    Guernsey number at Richmond: No. 31
    Debut at Richmond: Round 1, 1972 v Collingwood, MCG
    Games at Richmond (1972-1974 & 1976): 39
    Goals at Richmond: 103


    B: xxxxxxx F.Swift xxxxxxx
    HB: D.Rowe D Astbury xxxxxxx
    C: S.Maxfield M Rioli Snr xxxx
    HF: xxxxxxx P.Guinane xxxxxxx
    F: xxxxxxx R.McLean J.Titus
    FOL: M.Green T.Free R.Dean
    IC: xx xx xx xx
     
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    Picks 99 & 100
  • tiger_tough

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    Pick 99 - A bloke I've never heard of but I needed a good wingman and he seems to fit the bill. Wayne Walsh. 88 games across two stints at the club, 2 time premiership player, 2 time reserves premiership player, U19s premiership coach and hall of famer. " A dashing player, who was strong overhead, a good kick, tough, and thrived in the pressure-cooker environment of big-occasion games. "

    Pick 100 - Andrew Krakouer. Wanted some class and skill in the forward line and who better than this man. One of my favorites at a time when I really started to get into footy even though we were absolute garbage. Would've loved to see him in a really good side at his peak.

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

    Your turn #phar ace ;)
     
    Pick 101
  • Phar Ace

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    Pick 101 - Leo Merrett

    Another good winger - Leo (every good team has to have a Leo) Merrett. Won 2 B&F knocking off Jack Dyer no less, and runner up to him as well. The boy can play! Premiership player to boot!

    Wingman Leo Merrett made his league debut with Richmond as a 20-year-old in 1940, and it was soon obvious that the Tigers had procured a footballer of rare quality. Boasting exhilarating pace and fine all round skills, he was a star performer throughout the war years and beyond, and had played a total of 170 VFL games and kicked 53 goals by the time he retired in 1949.

    In 1943 Merrett was a key contributor to the Tigers' five-point Grand Final victory over Essendon, having been arguably his side's best player in the previous season's loss against the same opposition. He also played in the losing Grand Final of 1944 against Fitzroy. Winner of Richmond's best and fairest award in 1942 and 1944, and a VFL interstate representative on four occasions, Merrett would presumably have been a strong contender for one of the wing positions in the Tigers' official 'Team of the Century', but the selectors, faced with an unenviable task in choosing between such an abundance of noteworthy players, plumped for Dick Clay and Francis Bourke.

    B: xxxxxxx F.Swift xxxxxxx
    HB: D.Rowe D Astbury xxxxxxx
    C: S.Maxfield M Rioli Snr L.Merrett
    HF: xxxxxxx P.Guinane xxxxxxx
    F: xxxxxxx R.McLean J.Titus
    FOL: M.Green T.Free R.Dean
    IC: xx xx xx xx


    You are next _RT_ (get excited RATD :D )
     
    Pick 103
  • peterbuch74

    Premium Gold
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    Michael Gale

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    Michael has played most of his senior football as a wingman and half-back-flanker. He came to Richmond at he end of 1993, after spending the previous seven seasons with Fitzroy. He has performed very well across half back, where his tough, fearless running style combined with his intelligent use of handball has been one of the many bonuses in the Tigers’ recent revival. Despite missing several games in 1994, with hamstring injuries Michael was a valuable contributor. In 1995, he was displaying great form until a collarbone injury suffered against Essendon caused him to miss several games. He returned to the seniors for the first final against North Melbourne. Michael is the brother of Brendon GALE and the grandson of Jack GALE. Like his brother, he is a fine mark and totally courageous the way he throws himself into packs. In 1996, he had an injury interrupted pre-season and it took several games before he found some form. He was selected to play for the Allies against Victoria. Away from football, he is a tradesman and avid surfer.

    richard parker


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    Pick 104
  • richard parker

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    Pick 104 - Sydney Stack

    I think the leadership group can get the best out of him.






    Bit of perspective is required when assessing this player. Just have a read of his wikipedia page and you will realise he is coming from a long way back. You think it would be easy to look after yourself and come back in good physical condition when the role modelling and family environment you've come from involved substance abuse, family violence, insecure housing, mental illness and jail time? Would you expect a mature, professional mindset growing up in that environment? There will be more blunders and faux pas for sure but I hope the club just keep sticking with him at least until his mid-20s. The club is smart these days and understands all this unlike certain media pundits.

    We all know he can seriously play. He is as highly skilled as anyone I've ever seen play the game and that's not hyperbole. He is an absolute natural footballer. Highly skilled, composed, elite decision maker, tough, beautiful mark, creative and the list goes on. He could potentially play any position on the ground except ruck or key position.
     
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    Pick 105
  • Barunga Bullet

    The GOAT
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    Pick 105- Jack O'Rourke
    Games- 44
    Goals- 134
    Leading goal kicker 1951,1952
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    An exciting, high-leaping full-forward, O’Rourke went on to kick 134 goals in his 44 games, winning the Club’s Leading Goalkicker award in 1951 (58 goals) and 1952 (43 goals). His highest individual goal tally with the Tigers was seven, which he booted against St Kilda in 1950.


    Barunga Bullets Team
    B: Malthouse xx xx
    HB: bowden, Jess, K. Morris
    C: Clay Stewart xx
    HF: Daffy Richardson xx
    F: holland Lynch O'Rourke
    FOL: xx foley xx
    IC: xx xx xx xx

    Tiger_Of_Old is up
     
    Pick 106
  • Tiger_Of_Old

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    Pick 106-Brian " The Whale" Roberts.


    Known during the Victorian phase of his career as 'The Whale' Brian Roberts had physical attributes to match, and is thought to have been, at roughly 120 kg (at least for part of his career), among the heaviest men ever to play league football. He did so in three states, beginning in his home state of South Australia with South Adelaide, where he played 57 SANFL games between 1965 and 1967, as well as representing the croweaters at the 1966 Hobart carnival.

    His next port of call was East Fremantle where, over the course of the next three seasons, he played precisely the same number of league games as he had with the Panthers. He also played for his adopted state at the 1969 Adelaide carnival.

    The final phase of Roberts' league career was in the VFL with Richmond (78 games from 1971 to 1975) and South Melbourne (15 games in 1975). He was a member of Richmond's 1973 and 1974 premiership teams, but enjoyed possibly his finest concerted spell in football with South Melbourne where, despite having a disrupted season (he was cleared to South mid-year after playing the first five games with the Tigers), he finished only three votes shy of winner Gary Dempsey in the Brownlow Medal.

    Extremely tall at 199 cm as well as being of extraordinarily hefty build, Brian Roberts combined enormous ability as a tap ruckman with great marking skills around the ground. Sadly, an argument with South Melbourne coach Ian Stewart during the 1976 pre-season period led to his premature retirement from the game.

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

    richoatthedisco your up
     
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    Pick 107
  • richoatthedisco

    Dude, I go for Richmond
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    Pick 107 - Paul Sproule

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    A ruck-rover and centreman (remember when these were distinct positions?), Sproule joined Richmond from Essington in 1972 and made an immediate impact. He was Richmond's best player in the 1972 grand final defeat and also in the bests in the back-to-back triumphs of 1973/74. A smart, skillful and tough footballer who used the ball well and was a fine exponent of the drop kick, he had an eye for goal, with 93 snags in 86 games for the Tigers, including a best of 6, and a haul of 4 in the 1972 qualifying final.

    Yet another Tassie Tiger, he played in eight premierships in 23 years of senior footy (including a hattrick as coach of Sandy Bay in Tassie), and was named a Legend of Tasmanian footy in 2007, then elevated to Icon in 2016.



    Wacky Tiger
     
    Picks 109 & 109
  • Wacky Tiger

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    Couple of controversial ones here but I challenge any of the greats of the past to run with them all day long. Whilst one especially wont have the hardness of days gone by and was a whipping boy for a long time he was a very solid player for us for a long time playing his position well. Something we are still looking for now.

    108. Brandon Ellis

    The whipping boy for so long Brando was a very solid player for the Tigers leading into our golden era. 176 games, 2x Premiership player, A squad of 40 AA one year, 2nd in the Jack Dyer Medal that same year. His run and carry well the older boys simply couldn't keep up. Plus I need a wingman.

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    109. Jack Graham

    Well ive seen Sydney Stack picked and whilst I love Sydney he's got nothing on what Jack Graham has done. 2 x Premiership Tiger and 22 Tigers wouldn't have that extra or first premiership without his heroics in the 2019 Prelim. This also should be an astute pickup in 10 years time when people go back over these threads and say "How the hell did Jack Graham last until 109". For team balance im going to chuck him in the middle and move Dusty to the forward flank.

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    Wackys 22

    FB:
    ??? - Barry Richardson - Dylan Grimes
    HB:
    Jayden Short - Gordon Strang - ???
    C: ??? - Jack Graham - Brandon Ellis
    HF:
    ??? - Rex Hunt - Dustin Martin
    FF:
    ??? - Doug Strang - Neil Balme
    Foll:
    Roy Wright - Kane Johnson - Craig Lambert
    Int:
    ??? - ??? - ??? - ???

    richoatthedisco
     
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    Pick 110
  • richoatthedisco

    Dude, I go for Richmond
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    110 - Jack Baggott

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    A highly talented sportsman who also captained Northcote in the District Cricket competition, Baggott was equally adept at either end of the ground. He won Richmond's goal-kicking in each of his first two seasons, including 61 goals in 1928. That year he tied for second in the Brownlow Medal, and became the first Richmond player to record double figures, with 12 goals against South Melbourne.

    An attacking half-back-flanker in Richmond's 1932 and 1934 premiership teams (he was also a member of the 1928, '29 and '33 grand final teams), he was voted in Richmond’s best three players in finals five times, and booted 5 goals in the 1929 semi-final against Collingwood. He represented Victoria 4 times, kicking 9 goals. His Richmond record was 128 games and 140 goals.

    "He was a very versatile footballer, playing most of his early football in the forward line before being transferred to defence. He was very fast, a fine mark and a tough competitor." - tigerlandarchive.org

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