Trent Cotchin has broken the record for the most premierships as Richmond captain.

Cotchin is now a triple Tiger premiership captain following last Saturday’s glorious Grand Final triumph over Geelong, moving past four dual flag skippers at the Club.

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GF: 'We did it' - Cotchin

Trent Cotchin addresses the Gabba following the Grand Final win over Geelong.

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Peggy O’Neal also has created Yellow and Black history by becoming Richmond’s first three-time premiership president.

Brendon Gale joins Alan Schwab as a triple premiership CEO/Secretary at Tigerland.

And Damien Hardwick now has only Club ‘Immortal’ Tommy Hafey ahead of him in terms of most premierships as Richmond coach.

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GF: 'We play for you' - Hardwick

Damien Hardwick addresses the Gabba following the Grand Final win over Geelong.

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Hardwick is a triple premiership coach, while Hafey won four flags coaching the Tigers.   

Here is the full list of Richmond’s leaders in premiership years . . .

 

Premierships coaches

Four-time

Tommy Hafey – 1967, 1969, 1973, 1974

 

Three-time

Damien Hardwick – 2017, 2019, 2020

 

Two-time

Dan Minogue – 1920, 1921

 

One-time

Frank ‘Checker’ Hughes – 1932

Percy Bentley – 1934

Jack Dyer – 1943

Tony Jewell – 1980

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2020 JDM: Hardwick's address

Three-time premiership Coach, Damien Hardwick speaks at the 2020 Jack Dyer Medal.

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Premiership captains

Three-time

Trent Cotchin – 2017, 2019, 2020

 

Two-time

Alec Edmond – 1902, 1905

Dan Minogue – 1920, 1921

Percy Bentley – 1932, 1934

Royce Hart – 1973, 1974

 

One-time

Jack Dyer – 1943

Fred Swift – 1967

Roger Dean – 1969

Bruce Monteath – 1980

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2020 JDM: The Captain's address

Trent Cotchin speaks at the 2020 Jack Dyer Medal.

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Premiership CEO/secretaries

Three-time

Alan Schwab – 1969, 1973, 1974

Brendon Gale – 2017, 2019, 2020

 

Two-time

Archie McNair – 1902, 1905

William Maybury – 1920, 1921

Jack Smith – 1932, 1934

 

One-time

Maurie Fleming – 1943

Graeme Richmond – 1967

Richard Doggett – 1980

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2020 JDM: The President's address

Richmond President, Peggy O'Neal speaks at the 2020 Jack Dyer Medal.

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Premiership presidents

Three-time

Peggy O’Neal – 2017, 2019, 2020

 

Two-time

George Bennett – 1902, 1905

Alf Wood – 1920, 1921

Barney Herbert – 1932, 1934

Ray Dunn – 1967, 1969

Ian Wilson – 1974, 19

 

One-time

Harry Dyke – 1943

Alf Boord – 1973

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