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    Sam Lloyd

    Premierships: AFL 1954, 2016 VFA - 1898,99,1900, 1908, 1913, 1919-20, 1923-24, VFL: 2014, 2016 . Champions of Victoria 1924. AFLW - 2018.

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    Re: Sam Lloyd

    Lloyd > Stringer
    Our 1954 premiership players are our heroes, and it has to be said that Charlie was their hero.

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    Re: Sam Lloyd

    Can play got a smug look like him a lot
    Josh Schache >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Jake Stringer

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    Re: Sam Lloyd

    I love that he will have a ping whenever he thinks that he is the slightest chance of kicking a goal. We have (had, anyway we have improved) far too many nervous nellies that would rather kick the ball sideways or 25 metres backwards than have a shot from 20 metres out directly in front.
    WOOF NUMBER 6

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    Re: Sam Lloyd

    Been excellent and to be honest way better player than I thought
    Richmond not having any injuries really hurt him

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    Re: Sam Lloyd

    Dustin Martin makes his mark at ex-Tiger teammate’s wedding

    We know Dustin Martin is his own man.

    When you’ve got two Norm Smith Medals, a couple of premierships and a Brownlow Medal to your name you've probably earnt the right to roll your own way.

    His Richmond teammates are well aware of this but even they raised their eyebrows at his work at former teammate Sam Lloyd’s wedding.

    The Western Bulldogs forward got married in his hometown of Deniliquin, a three-and-a-half hour drive from Melbourne.

    Jack Riewoldt spilt the beans about Martin’s hit-and-run wedding antics on the Balls & Bumpers podcast, which he co-hosts with Supercars star Scott McLaughlin.

    “He (Martin) organised a private driver and instead of staying the night in Deniliquin, we all stayed in the Big Four caravan park which was amazing, an absolutely fantastic place that is,” Riewoldt explained.

    “He got a driver to drive him up and wait at the wedding.

    “They picked Dylan Grimes up on the way at Mt Macedon and got to the wedding at 4.30pm.

    “The dress code was cocktail, Dusty had a white shirt and jeans on but no-one batted an eyelid.

    “The the driver waited until 2am in the morning and then took him back to Melbourne.

    “We tried to send the driver home at certain times but it didn’t work.”

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