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Richmond v Geelong history snapshot

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  August 11, 2017 7:59 AM

Opposition analysis: Geelong Midfield and Ball Movement Coach, Blake Caracella and Matthew Richardson analyse the Round 21 match against Geelong.

Here is a concise summary of the recent, and overall, history of Richmond and Geelong on-field battles . . . 

Recent history

Round 21, 2016, MCG

Richmond        2.4       7.4       11.6     12.6 (78)
Geelong           2.2       3.7       4.13     10.22 (82)

Goals – Richmond: Lloyd 3, Rioli 2, Vickery 2, Edwards, Grigg, Hampson, Lennon, Riewoldt.
Leading possession-winners – Richmond: Martin 36, Houli 32, B. Ellis 24, Grigg 22, Short 21, Hunt 20, Rance 20.
Goals – Geelong: McCarthy 2, Menegola 2, Caddy, Hawkins, Motlop, J. Selwood, Smith, Taylor.
Leading possession-winners – Geelong: Dangerfield 30, J. Selwood 30, Enright 26, S. Selwood 25, C. Guthrie 23, Menegola 21, Cowan 20, Henderson 20. 

Round 5, 2015, MCG

Richmond      0.5       2.6      6.8       11.10 (76)                  
Geelong         2.2       7.4       9.9       12.13 (85)

Goals – Richmond: Riewoldt 3, Astbury, Cotchin, Edwards, C. Ellis, Grigg, Houli, Miles, Vickery.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: B. Ellis 33, Houli 33, Martin 32, Cotchin 29, Edwards 21.
Goals – Geelong: Hawkins 3, Duncan 2, Walker 2, Blicavs, Johnson, Kersten, Lang, Motlop.
Leading possession-getters – Geelong: Duncan 29, Taylor 25, Caddy 21, Motlop 21, Rivers 21, Thurlow 21, Johnson 20, Kelly 20.

Round 7, 2014, MCG

Richmond      0.1       4.3       8.3       12.4 (76)
Geelong         3.3       7.8       8.10     11.15 (81)

Goals – Richmond: Lloyd 3, S. Edwards 2, Riewoldt 2, Vickery 2, Cotchin, Deledio, Martin.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: Jackson 34, Conca 28, Martin 28, Ellis 27, Cotchin 23, Deledio 23, Vlastuin 22, Grigg 20.
Goals – Geelong: Duncan 2, Hunt 2, Murdoch 2, Bartel, Johnson, McIntosh, Selwood, Varcoe.
Leading possession-getters – Geelong: Stokes 30, Johnson 29, Bartel 24, Enright 24, Duncan 21, Kelly 20. 

Round 3, 2013, MCG

Richmond        4.1       8.4       11.7     13.9 (87)
Geelong           3.3       9.3       15.7     20.11 (131)

Goals – Richmond: King 4, Riewoldt 3, Martin 2, Ellis, Grigg, Knights, McGuane.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: S. Edwards 30, Grigg 25, Knights 24, Martin 22, Deledio 20, King 20, Vlastuin 20.
Goals – Geelong: Christensen 3, Bartel 2, Duncan 2, Hawkins 2, Johnson 2, Smedts 2, Stokes 2, Blicavs, Enright, Murdoch, Selwood, West.
Leading possession-getters – Geelong: Johnson 31, Christensen 28, Enright 28, Stokes 28, Bartel 27, Duncan 27, Corey 23, Selwood 23, Kelly 21. 

Round 4, 2012, Simonds Stadium

Richmond        3.1       3.6       7.10     9.11 (65)
Geelong           4.1       7.3       10.4     11.9 (75)

Goals – Richmond: Nahas 2, Foley, Grigg, Jackson, I, Maric, Riewoldt, Vickery, White.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: Deledio 31, Grigg 28, Tuck 27, Cotchin 24, Foley 24, Martin 23, Newman 23, Houli 22, Conca 21.
Goals – Geelong: Chapman 2, Stokes 2, Christensen, Duncan, Hawkins, Hunt, Motlop, Podsiadly, Selwood.
Leading possession-getters – Geelong: Taylor 29, Selwood 27, Enright 25, Christensen 23, Bartel 22, Johnson 21, Motlop 20.

 

Overall history

  • Richmond and Geelong have played 190 times with the Tigers winning 85, drawing three and losing 102.
  • Richmond last defeated Geelong in Round 9, 2006 at Simonds Stadium – 17.8 (110) to 12.18 (90).
  • Richmond has lost 19 of its past 20 games against Geelong, including the last 12 in-a-row.
  • Richmond and Geelong have met in nine league finals all-up, with the Tigers winning seven and losing two.
  • Richmond and Geelong have met in two league Grand Finals, with the Tigers winning one (1967) and losing one (1931).
  • Richmond’s best winning sequence against Geelong is 10, from 1939-47.
  • Richmond’s longest losing sequence against Geelong is 12, from 2007-16.
  • Richmond’s highest score against Geelong is 25.23 (173), in Round 7, 1944 at Punt Road.
  • Richmond’s lowest score against Geelong is 4.5 (29), in Round 5, 1910 at Corio Oval.
  • Richmond’s greatest winning margin against Geelong is 118 points, in the 1969 first semi-final at the MCG.
  • Richmond’s greatest losing margin against Geelong is 157 points, in Round 6, 2007 at Etihad Stadium.
  • The most goals kicked by a Richmond player in a match against Geelong is eight by Kevin Bartlett in the 1980 second semi-final at Waverley Park, and eight by Michael Roach, in Round 10, 1986 at Kardinia Park.
  • Richmond’s biggest-ever crowd against Geelong is 109,396 in the 1967 Grand Final at the MCG.