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Top 10 Cat-Tigers

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  August 11, 2017 2:36 PM

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Gareth Andrews played in Richmond's 1974 premiership side

In the lead-up to Saturday afternoon’s big Round 21 clash between Richmond and Geelong at Simonds Stadium, Tony Greenberg lists (in alphabetical order) the top 10 players he’s seen represent both clubs on the field of battle.

1. Gareth ANDREWS
Tall utility. At Geelong (1965-1970 and 1972-1974): 136 games, 127 goals. Winner of the Cats’ leading goalkicker award in 1965 (35 goals). Member of Geelong’s 1967 Grand Final team. At Richmond (1974-1975): 31 games, 1 goal. Member of the Tigers’ 1974 premiership side.

2. Josh CADDY
Midfielder/forward. At Geelong (2013-2016): 71 games, 59 goals. At Richmond (2017): 18 games, 16 goals.

3. Adam HOULIHAN
Half-forward. At Geelong (1997-2001): 61 games, 75 goals. At Richmond (2002-2004): 33 games, 24 goals.

4. Rex HUNT
Tall utility. At Richmond (1968-1974): 113 games, 121 goals. Member of the Tigers’ 1969 and 1973 premiership sides. Winner of Richmond’s leading goalkicker award in 1969 (55 goals). At Geelong (1974-1975): 32 games, 44 goals.

5. Graeme LANDY
Defender. At Geelong (1975-1978 and 1987-1988): 54 games, 31 goals. At Richmond (1979-1986): 120 games, 38 goals. Member of the Tigers’ 1982 Grand Final side.

6. Brad OTTENS
Ruckman/forward. At Richmond (1998-2004): 129 games, 152 goals. At Geelong (2005-2011): 116 games, 109 goals. Member of the Cats’ 2007, 2009 and 2011 premiership teams.

7. Trevor POOLE
Utility. At Richmond (1984-1989): 99 games, 56 goals. Winner of the Jack Dyer Medal in 1985. At Geelong (1990-1993): 54 games, 34 goals. Member of the Cats’ 1992 Grand Final team.

8. Andy PRESTON
Utility. At Geelong (1977-1981): 58 games, 13 goals. At Richmond (1982-1983): 18 games, 6 goals.

9. Paul SARAH
Forward pocket/rover. At Geelong (1972-1980): 128 games, 204 goals. At Richmond (1980-1983): 37 games, 51 goals.

10. Shane WILLIAMS
Utility. At Richmond (1979-1983): 27 games, 14 goals. Member of the Tigers’ 1982 Grand Final side. At Geelong (1985-1987): 21 games, 7 goals.