Riewoldts mark isnt that uncommon ive seen a few marks like that (not as spectacular, but as courageous). Chris Grant took one in the late 90s at Optus Oval.Courageous modern day players, especially in marking contests- Nick Reiwoldt and Jonny Brown. Reiwoldts mark versus Sydney was possibly the most courageous of all time.
you support Adelaide, your obviously one of them pathetic individuals who dig up posts by Power supporters as you have nothing better to do in SeptemberYou have got to be kidding, the question is the hardest man to play AFL you read that didn't you?
So in the rich history of the AFL and of all the hardmen your posts contain no less than five that have played for Port come on fella get real.
Colbert is the most courageous player I reckon I've seen. Fearless, was often too courageous for his own good. Theres courage and then theres stupidity and he crossed the line on numerous timesLeigh Colbert.
Sorry, how can you nominate as a hard man someone who cries on the field - DURING a game, and as captain. Good player, but no.Courageous modern day players, especially in marking contests- Nick Reiwoldt and Jonny Brown. Reiwoldts mark versus Sydney was possibly the most courageous of all time.
Was going to post something similar. Brownlow winner to boot.Albert Collier from Collingwood was the toughest of them all. Jack Dyer who we all know was extremely hard and tough said that Collier was the only man he ever feared. He said he had so much respect and fear for Collier that he almost shook in his presence. The great Jock McHale also claimed that not even God could stop Collier when bursting through the pack. Collier was not only hard but also a Brownlow medalist and a 6 time premiership player.
Yeah I forgot about that- pretty courageous player but definitely not tough.and Reiwoldt is disqualified due to crying on the sidelines
Spot on !!!Pound for pound.. Stan Magro