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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2070 on: September 25, 2017, 12:38:30 PM »
More chance of the CIA finding the Lee Harvey Oswald files the misplaced that need to e legally released this month ... Than the chimp dog getting rubbed out.  :shh

Bazza decapitated a bloke as was allowed to play  :lol

Haha. You mean the bloke that was given the lowest marine grade for shot accuracy and capacity that made 2 hits from 3 shots in 6.5 seconds from 80 metres away?

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« Reply #2071 on: September 25, 2017, 12:46:37 PM »
I think Bents just hacked Dougey's account....  :shh
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« Reply #2072 on: September 25, 2017, 12:48:36 PM »
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« Reply #2073 on: September 25, 2017, 01:59:42 PM »
Chimps hit was magic but I think it was Astbury that did te damage.

That bump put him into next week  :gotigers

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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2074 on: October 01, 2017, 05:14:24 AM »
Cotchin always believed in Richmond's destiny

afl.com.au
30 September 2017


TRENT Cotchin sensed earlier this season Richmond was capable of winning the premiership.

After the disappointment of playing in three consecutive elimination finals losses from 2013-15 and slumping to 13th last season, Cotchin had a feeling the 2017 group was ready to break the club's 37-year flag drought.

"I probably had conversations earlier in the year in bed with my wife, Brooke. I just said there was something special about this group," Cotchin said.

"I don't know why, it was just a feeling I had and we've just continued to grow ever since."

Cotchin's comments underline how quickly Richmond has been able to turn things around since its dismal 2016.

The Richmond skipper had an "open and honest" conversation with long-time teammate Jack Riewoldt at the end of that season, when the dual Coleman medallist said he didn't see himself winning a premiership before he retired.

The Tigers started 2017 5-0 but came back to earth when they were thumped by Adelaide by 76 points in round six and then lost their next three games.

But they regrouped to drop just three more games for the year – to Sydney by nine points in round 13, St Kilda by 67 points in round 16 and Geelong by 14 points in round 21 – to finish the home and away season in third, their first top-four finish under coach Damien Hardwick.

By the time they had notched their first finals wins since 2001, over Geelong by 51 points and Greater Western Sydney by 36 points, the Tiger Army, if not the rest of the football world, shared Cotchin's belief that 2017 was destined to be their year.

After leading by 34 points at three-quarter time, Richmond's fairytale was never in danger of a shock twist as the Tigers kept the Crows at bay in the last term. Not that Cotchin allowed himself to look too far forward.

"I was on the bench with about 10 minutes to go. I thought that was a little bit too long (to think we had the game won)," Cotchin said.

"It was about seven or eight minutes by the time I got back on, I think we kicked one more after that. I just had to soak it up and remain focused on what we needed to do.

"It was more emptiness at the end of the game, just to see how each and every one of the boys reacts, how special it is for them.

"I couldn't be more thankful to be part of the group. It's a special football club."

http://www.richmondfc.com.au/news/2017-09-30/cotchin-always-believed-in-tiger-destiny

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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2075 on: October 01, 2017, 06:49:09 PM »
I make that 4 out of 6 good finals for Cotch.

Not sure how long his body will hold up with the way he throws it into the contests, surprised he hasn't broken a rib or two.

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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2076 on: October 01, 2017, 09:26:39 PM »
Richmond premiership captain has a nice ring to it. About time the baton was taken from the old blokes.
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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2077 on: October 01, 2017, 09:27:05 PM »
So is Cotch going to retire? :shh

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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2078 on: October 01, 2017, 09:32:31 PM »
Cotch=AFL captain of the year,
I reckon hodge stuck it to Cotch in the pfooty show, well suck poo Hodge
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« Reply #2079 on: October 01, 2017, 09:47:47 PM »
So is Cotch going to retire? :shh
good call but he has a contract
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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2080 on: November 16, 2017, 06:17:49 PM »
From the draft to the cup: Trent Cotchin

Today, we focus on Richmond’s drafting of Trent Cotchin.

It was a race in two between talented Northern Knights pair Matthew Kreuzer and Trent Cotchin for who would be the No. 1 pick at the 2007 AFL national draft.


Read full article here: http://www.richmondfc.com.au/news/2017-11-16/from-the-draft-to-the-cup-trent-cotchin

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Re: Trent Cotchin [merged]
« Reply #2081 on: November 20, 2017, 12:57:09 AM »
From the draft to the cup: Trent Cotchin

Read full article here: http://www.richmondfc.com.au/news/2017-11-16/from-the-draft-to-the-cup-trent-cotchin
“But you rest assured that he would bounce back the next week, which was against South Australia in a deluge in Melbourne.

“Trent was outstanding.  He showed his true character, fighting back from an ordinary game the week before in Perth.”


This is the National U18 Champs game I saw live at Princes Park - Vic Metro vs SA. He was class above and I was on the bandwagon from then on and was hoping we'd select him at pick 2 when some others wanted Cale Morton  :help. There's probably a match report I posted on here about that game. There was this one 50 pass in the wet from HB to HF that landed perfectly over the shoulder of his teammate running with the flight who had a defender right on him. Cotch also played with an injured shoulder throughout those Champs so he was played on the outside more than usual. One of the reasons he was tagged out of the game the week before in Perth.
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