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Hall of Fame
Bill Johnston O.A.M.
Bill Johnston came to Richmond from a small country town in Victoria's Western District making his senior debut in 1939-40 as a result of capturing 48 wickets in the club's second and third elevens. | Read more...
Jeff Russ was a one club player. For 17 seasons, 1967-68 to 1983-84, Jeff gave the Richmond Cricket Club all the loyalty and physical endeavour he could muster in an effort to see the club succeed, and succeed they did. | Read more...
Les Keating is the greatest all round cricketer to play for the Richmond Cricket Club, by both reputation and weight of numbers. | Read more...
Geoff Richardson was identified as a special talent when his classical right hand batting produced some excellent scores for the Richmond Dowling Shield team during the early 1970's. | Read more...
In 1972, after completing his University studies Jim Higgs made the Richmond Cricket Club his home and his determined efforts to see the club prosper are as evident today as they were 37 years ago. | Read more...
Peter Williams was such a highly respected and capable junior cricketer from Xavier College that the Richmond Cricket Club appointed him captain of its Schoolboy XI in 1957-58 when he was recruited to Punt Road.| Read more...
David Cowper retired from the Richmond senior team after 22 years behind the stumps with a record un-equalled by any wicketkeeper in this club's history and only surpassed by one man since the time records of District & Premier Cricket | Read more...
In 1978 the Richmond player and Victorian Captain Graham Yallop became Australia's 35th Test Captain. Graham worked through the system by playing for Richmond in the Dowling Shield and in the club's lower level teams during the late 1960s. | Read more...
In 1924 Leo O'Brien a young and exciting left hand batsman from the Melbourne bayside suburb of Mentone, arrived at Punt Road hoping that the opportunity of establishing himself in a strong District Club was available .| Read more...
Doug Ring was only 20 years of age when he arrived at Punt Road in 1938 after playing 2 senior games at Prahran. After only a handful of games at his new club, on December 23rd that same year he made his debut for Victoria against N.S.W, a rapid rise indeed. | Read more...
Russell Sincock made his senior debut at Richmond as a talented 18 year old right hand batsman in round one 1965. Other than the period from 1966 to 1969 when his studies took him to the University Cricket Club where he played 32 games, he gave the Tigers great service until his retirement | Read more...
In a Playing career at Richmond that lasted for 13 years Clive hit 8 centuries in a total of 3,448 runs with a highest score of 207not out compiled against Melbourne at Punt Road in March 1927.| Read more...
The Richmond Cricket Club was fortunate when 19 year old John Leehane, a promising right arm fast medium bowler from South Oakleigh, joined the Club for the 1969-70 season.| Read more...
Paul Reiffel played Dowling Shield cricket for Richmond before starting out in the fourth eleven in 1982-83. He made his senior debut in December 1983 at 17 years of age and played his 91st and final game in 2002 at the age of 36. | Read more...
Jack Ledward made his debut for Richmond's senior team in 1927-28 but could manage only 8 games in his first 3 seasons. It was not until 1931-32 that he began to show the outstanding ability that would remain on display until his retirement in 1949. | Read more...
Nelson Cox played the first of his 92 senior games for the Richmond Cricket Club in the 1941-42 season as a nineteen year old. | Read more...
David Harris, as a 15 year old left hand batsman and wicketkeeper with special talent, who after strenuous opposition from rival clubs for his services, chose to come to Richmond from Geelong to play in the Tiger's Dowling Shield | Read more...
In cricket clubs around the world, players, officials and supporters, can often refer to a particular man or woman who on reflection always appears to be associated in a positive way, they were always there, Charlie Stuckey was that kind of person. | Read more...
In 1988 when the wicket-keeper Gavan "Dutchy" Holland joined the Richmond Cricket Club, after playing 3 senior games with the North Melb/Geelong combine, officials were hoping they had found the answer to a problem they had, that of not being able to establish a wicket- keeper for the long term.| Read more...
In 1926 a rangy 20 year old wicketkeeper named "Ernie" McCormick who hailed from the local club Richmond Ramblers, attended a Richmond Cricket Club practice session at Punt Road in pursuit of a district career. | Read more...
In the period 1962-63 to 1978-79 an exceptionally fine right arm fast medium bowler named Graeme Paterson gave everything he possessed in skill and stamina over 190 games to the Richmond Cricket Club senior team. | Read more...
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