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Richard Tambling - AFL Career - Richmond Tigers - 2009–10
3 match between the Western Bulldogs and the Richmond Tigers ... He received a bronx cheer from the Richmond fans after getting his first kick which also happened to be a turnover ... Tambling was dropped from the Richmond team for the following match against the Demons ...
2007 Australian Football Code Crowds - Attendances By Match
... Collingwood 12.23 (95) MCG AFL Round 5 88,468 Essendon 13.14 (92) Richmond 17.17 (119) MCG AFL Round 21 85,497 Geelong 11.14 (80) Collingwood 9.10 (64) MCG AFL Round 15 81,392 ... Round 8 46,277 Collingwood 11.15 (81) Melbourne 9.16 (70) MCG AFL Round 20 46,161 Richmond 18.06 (124) Melbourne 11.09 (75) MCG AFL Round 12 45,513 St Kilda. 8 South Sydney 4 Suncorp Stadium NRL Round 8 27,326 Richmond 11.10 (76) West Coast 14.15 (99) Melbourne Cricket Ground AFL Round 5 27,215 Melbourne Victory 0 Central Coast Mariners 0 ...
List Of Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology People - Health and Sports - Sports - Australian Rules Football
... attended former player and Captain of Richmond Tigers John Dugdale attended former player with North Melbourne Kangaroos sports commentator Jack Edwards attended former player with North Melbourne ...

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