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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #150 on: November 02, 2017, 06:54:51 AM »
Monday November 6 Highlights

• Grand Final Breakfast
• Fox Footy Longest Kick

Not sure why the N0rt Melb GF breakfast or pointless longest kick are getting a run in their Tiger-thon  :huh3
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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #151 on: November 02, 2017, 12:58:20 PM »
Sounds like they're replaying the whole of Fox Footy's GF day broadcast.

Which means they'll probably show all that bollocks but they won't show Menadue win the sprint because that was an exclusive part of 7's broadcast.
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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #152 on: November 02, 2017, 07:17:51 PM »
Trailer for the Fox Footy Tiger-Thon:

VIDEO: https://twitter.com/Richmond_FC/status/925880233110028289

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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #153 on: November 19, 2017, 04:55:18 PM »
It's Jack Riewoldt supermonth day on Fox Footy today:

Currently:

2015 R8 vs Port Adelaide

Later ...
8:00pm: The Grand Final.
10:30pm  R20 vs Gold Coast

https://www.foxtel.com.au/tv-guide/grid

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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #154 on: November 19, 2017, 05:18:26 PM »
It's Jack Riewoldt supermonth day on Fox Footy today:

Currently:

2015 R8 vs Port Adelaide

Later ...
8:00pm: The Grand Final.
10:30pm  R20 vs Gold Coast

https://www.foxtel.com.au/tv-guide/grid

But up in the top right hand corner it says "superstar month - dustin martin"  :lol
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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #155 on: November 19, 2017, 11:59:29 PM »
It's Jack Riewoldt supermonth day on Fox Footy today:

Currently:

2015 R8 vs Port Adelaide

Later ...
8:00pm: The Grand Final.
10:30pm  R20 vs Gold Coast

https://www.foxtel.com.au/tv-guide/grid

But up in the top right hand corner it says "superstar month - dustin martin"  :lol
We've got superstars on every line  ;D.
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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #156 on: December 17, 2017, 12:27:01 AM »
Fox Footy are redoing the Tiger-thon from this Friday to Christmas Day.

The replay of the Grand Final starts at 5pm to 8pm on Christmas Day :thumbsup.

Friday Dec 22
12am - 2am: Grand Final - Richmond vs Adelaide
2am - 3am: Richmond - The lost years
3am - 5am: JLT Series - vs Port Adelaide
5am - 7am: JLT Series - vs Collingwood
7am - 9am: JLT Series - vs Adelaide
9am - 11:30am: Round 1 vs Carlton
11:30am - 2pm: Round 2 vs Collingwood
2pm - 4:30pm: Round 3 vs West Coast
4:30pm - 7pm: Round 4 vs Brisbane
7pm - 9:30pm: Round 5 vs Melbourne
9:30pm - 12am: Round 6 vs Adelaide

Saturday Dec 23
12am - 2:30am: Round 7 vs Bulldogs
2:30am - 5am: Round 8 vs Freo
5am - 7:30am: Round 9 vs GWS
7:30am - 10am: Round 10 vs Essendon
10am - 12:30pm: Round 11 vs North
12:30pm - 3pm: Round 13 vs Sydney
3pm - 5:30pm: Round 14 vs Carlton
5:30pm - 8pm: Round 15 vs Port
8pm - 10:30pm: Round 16 vs St Kilda
10:30pm - 1am: Round 17 vs Brisbane

Sunday Dec 24

1am - 3:30am: Round 17 vs Brisbane
3:30am - 6am: Round 18 vs GWS
6am - 8:30am: Round 19 vs Gold Coast
8:30am - 11am: Round 20 vs Hawthorn
11am - 1:30pm: Round 21 vs Geelong
1:30pm - 4pm: Round 22 vs Freo
4pm - 6:23pm: Round 23 vs St Kilda
6:23pm - 7:30pm: All-Australian Awards
7:35pm - 10:04pm: Qualifying Final vs Geelong
10:04pm - 12:34am: Preliminary Final vs GWS

Christmas Day
2:34am - 5:04am: Brownlow Medal
7:04am - 8:04am: Grand Final Week press conference
8:04am - 9:04am: Grand Final parade
2:09pm - 5pm: Grand Final Day on Fox
5pm - 8pm: Grand Final - Richmond vs Adelaide
8pm - 9:30pm: Grand Final post-game
11:30pm - 12am: Tiger-thon Open Mike

https://www.foxsports.com.au/tvguide

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Re: Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #157 on: December 22, 2017, 01:55:48 PM »
Back to back Tiger premierships on Fox Footy NYE!

2017 GF pre-midnight
1980 GF post-midnight

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b]Richmond Grand Final victory 2017, New Year’s Eve, FOX FOOTY[/b]

December 22, 2017
FOX SPORTS


YOU asked, we delivered.

Tiger fans, it’s time to start your new year right.

FOX FOOTY will replay the 2017 Grand Final on New Year’s Eve, timing the match perfectly so that the final siren sounds the second the clock hits midnight.

Starting at 10.10pm on December 31, Richmond fans can once again relive the best moments from that special day — from Josh Caddy’s first, to Dustin Martin’s sealer.

Then, the moment 2018 begins and the clock strikes midnight, Tiger fans will hear the siren — the sound diehard supporters had waited 37 years for — and that famous song, yet again.

Speaking of 37 years ago, the party won’t end there for Richmond supporters.

Kicking off January’s ‘History Month’ on FOX FOOTY, a repeat of the 1980 Grand Final will be shown straight after the 2017 Grand Final on Channel 504.

That’s right, just after midnight on January 1 will be a replay of Richmond’s whopping 81-point belting of Collingwood — a win that secured its 10th of 11 flags.

That means that straight after watching Richmond’s most recent success, Tiger fans will be able to reminisce about Norm Smith winner Kevin Bartlett’s seven-goal haul against the Pies.

Have a happy new year, Tiger fans, from all of us at FOX FOOTY.

https://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/fox-footy-to-show-richmonds-2017-grand-final-victory-over-adelaide-on-new-years-eve/news-story/80027a034dd58c6c1256d820545a3fe6

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Re: 7 TWO and Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #158 on: December 23, 2017, 12:33:28 AM »
Fox Footy are redoing the Tiger-thon from this Friday to Christmas Day.

The replay of the Grand Final starts at 5pm to 8pm on Christmas Day :thumbsup.

Friday Dec 22
12am - 2am: Grand Final - Richmond vs Adelaide
2am - 3am: Richmond - The lost years
3am - 5am: JLT Series - vs Port Adelaide
5am - 7am: JLT Series - vs Collingwood
7am - 9am: JLT Series - vs Adelaide
9am - 11:30am: Round 1 vs Carlton
11:30am - 2pm: Round 2 vs Collingwood
2pm - 4:30pm: Round 3 vs West Coast
4:30pm - 7pm: Round 4 vs Brisbane
7pm - 9:30pm: Round 5 vs Melbourne
9:30pm - 12am: Round 6 vs Adelaide

Saturday Dec 23
12am - 2:30am: Round 7 vs Bulldogs
2:30am - 5am: Round 8 vs Freo
5am - 7:30am: Round 9 vs GWS
7:30am - 10am: Round 10 vs Essendon
10am - 12:30pm: Round 11 vs North
12:30pm - 3pm: Round 13 vs Sydney
3pm - 5:30pm: Round 14 vs Carlton
5:30pm - 8pm: Round 15 vs Port
8pm - 10:30pm: Round 16 vs St Kilda
10:30pm - 1am: Round 17 vs Brisbane

Sunday Dec 24

1am - 3:30am: Round 17 vs Brisbane
3:30am - 6am: Round 18 vs GWS
6am - 8:30am: Round 19 vs Gold Coast
8:30am - 11am: Round 20 vs Hawthorn
11am - 1:30pm: Round 21 vs Geelong
1:30pm - 4pm: Round 22 vs Freo
4pm - 6:23pm: Round 23 vs St Kilda
6:23pm - 7:30pm: All-Australian Awards
7:35pm - 10:04pm: Qualifying Final vs Geelong
10:04pm - 12:34am: Preliminary Final vs GWS

Christmas Day
2:34am - 5:04am: Brownlow Medal
7:04am - 8:04am: Grand Final Week press conference
8:04am - 9:04am: Grand Final parade
2:09pm - 5pm: Grand Final Day on Fox
5pm - 8pm: Grand Final - Richmond vs Adelaide
8pm - 9:30pm: Grand Final post-game
11:30pm - 12am: Tiger-thon Open Mike

https://www.foxsports.com.au/tvguide

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Re: Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #159 on: December 23, 2017, 11:34:40 AM »
Really enjoying watching us finishing of that north bogey again

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Re: Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #160 on: December 23, 2017, 05:22:56 PM »
Really enjoying watching us finishing of that north bogey again
Given we're premiers and North are bottom 4, hopefully that will be the first of many wins in a row against them :yep.

It's really eating in North supporters that since the 2015 EF we've gone in opposite directions and onto a flag ;D. They deludedly topped up with aging players from other clubs trying to pinch a premiership when they were nowhere near it and it's turned into a disaster. Now their list is stuffed and they have to go into a full rebuild. It's where we were 15 years ago.
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Re: Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #161 on: December 24, 2017, 08:16:41 AM »
Watching some of these games, how often does Dan Butler just let go of the ball when tackled or runs into trouble, amazing how he doesn't get pinged more often.  He's going to have to be much stronger and smarter with the ball in 18 if he's to keep his spot ahead of Bolton, Higgins and co

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Re: Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #162 on: December 24, 2017, 10:06:02 AM »
Watching some of these games, how often does Dan Butler just let go of the ball when tackled or runs into trouble, amazing how he doesn't get pinged more often.  He's going to have to be much stronger and smarter with the ball in 18 if he's to keep his spot ahead of Bolton, Higgins and co

I don't think he will still ahead of them. Through Stengle into the mix, and I think Dan might struggle to get much game time next year once Rioli is fit.

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Re: Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #163 on: December 24, 2017, 04:55:15 PM »
Really enjoying watching us finishing of that north bogey again
Given we're premiers and North are bottom 4, hopefully that will be the first of many wins in a row against them :yep.

It's really eating in North supporters that since the 2015 EF we've gone in opposite directions and onto a flag ;D. They deludedly topped up with aging players from other clubs trying to pinch a premiership when they were nowhere near it and it's turned into a disaster. Now their list is stuffed and they have to go into a full rebuild. It's where we were 15 years ago.

Its really burnt them inside. We all remember that Hardwick and Scott started coaching at the same time, we were a rabble, they
had a better list, and a few years later, we have the tin mug in the cabinet, and they are looking at wooden spoons, its really killing
them inside, and if we do what I think is possible again in 2018, its really going to get to them psychologically. North are in a bad way but who cares, they've always been irrelevant anyway.

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Re: Foxtel footy replays
« Reply #164 on: December 24, 2017, 04:58:28 PM »
Watching some of these games, how often does Dan Butler just let go of the ball when tackled or runs into trouble, amazing how he doesn't get pinged more often.  He's going to have to be much stronger and smarter with the ball in 18 if he's to keep his spot ahead of Bolton, Higgins and co
He will be under the pump from Bolton and co. but Castagna even more so becauase he butchers the footy more often than not. I like Butler as a player, but he and Castagna need to improve if they are not to lose their spots to Bolton and Higgins. I think ButCastagna will
lose his position first, probably to Bolton, so it will be Butler vs Higgins for the last spot.