Richmond superstar Dustin Martin continued a grand Tigerland tradition this year, wearing the decorated No. 4 guernsey with such distinction in another Yellow and Black premiership triumph.

The No. 4 guernsey is the only guernsey number that’s been worn in all of the Club’s 13 AFL/VFL premierships.

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But in terms of the guernsey number that’s been worn by the most Richmond premiership players, No. 2 is number one at Punt Road.

Eight players have worn the No. 2 guernsey to premiership success with the Tigers, putting it just ahead of No. 1 and No. 11, both with seven.

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No. 4 has had six premiership players all-up, as has No. 5, No. 6, No. 7 and No. 9.

The full list of Richmond premiership players’ guernsey numbers is:   

No. 1 – Barney Herbert (1920, 1921), Percy Bentley (1932, 1934), Ron Durham (1943), Paddy Guinane (1967), Daryl Cumming (1974), Mark Lee (1980), Nick Vlastuin (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 2 – George Bayliss (1921), Jack Twyford (1932), Dave Baxter (1934), Bert Edwards (1943), John Ronaldson (1967, 1969), Ian Stewart (1973), Robert Wiley (1980), Dylan Grimes (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 3 – Norm McIntosh (1921), Len Ablett (1943), Roger Dean (1967, 1969), Dale Weightman (1980), Dion Prestia (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 4 – Hughie James (1920, 1921), Maurie Sheahan (1932, 1934), Ray Steele (1943), Royce Hart (1967, 1969, 1973, 1974), Geoff Raines (1980), Dustin Martin (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 5 – Vic Thorp (1920, 1921), Arthur Kemp (1943), Rex Hunt (1969, 1973), Gareth Andrews (1974), Emmett Dunne (1980), Brandon Ellis (2017, 2019).

No. 6 – Reg Hede (1920), Stan Judkins (1932, 1934), Jack Scott (1943), Paul Sproule (1973, 1974), Stephen Mount (1980), Shaun Grigg (2017).

No. 7 – Ernie Taylor (1920, 1921), Horrie Edmonds (1934), Eric Moore (1969), Wayne Walsh (1973, 1974), Mick Malthouse (1980), Liam Baker (2020).

No. 8 – Stan Morris (1920), Allan Geddes (1932, 1934), Dick Clay (1967, 1969, 1973, 1974), Michael Roach (1980), Jack Riewoldt (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 9 – Bobby Carew (1920, 1921), Basil McCormack (1932, 1934), Bill Perkins (1943), John Northey (1967, 1969), Craig McKellar (1973), Trent Cotchin (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 10 – Laurie Cahill (1943), Kevin Sheedy (1969, 1973, 1974), Shane Edwards (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 11 – Bill James (1920), Mel Morris (1921), Bert Foster (1934), Mike Bowden (1969), Laurie Fowler (1973), Bruce Monteath (1980), Jason Castagna (2019, 2020).

No. 12 – Dan Minogue (1920, 1921), Jack Titus (1932, 1934), Alan Richardson (1967), Robert McGhie (1973, 1974), David Astbury (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 13 – Norm Turnbull (1921), Joe Murdoch (1932, 1934), Bernie Waldron (1943), Stephen Rae (1973).

No. 14 – Dave Moffatt (1920), Jack Baggott (1932, 1934), Max Oppy (1943), David Thorpe (1974), Bachar Houli (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 15 – Bob Weatherill (1920, 1921), Fred Swift (1967), Brian Roberts (1973, 1974), Jayden Short (2019, 2020).

No. 16 – Kevin O’Neill (1932, 1934), Ray Hunt (1943), Colin Beard (1969), Bryan Wood (1973, 1974, 1980).

No. 17 – Donald Don (1920, 1921), Jack Dyer (1934, 1943), Barry Richardson (1967, 1969, 1974), Daniel Rioli (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 18 – Tom O’Halloran (1932, 1934), Merv Keane (1980), Alex Rance (2017).

No. 19 – Jack Anderson (1932), Greg Strachan (1980), Tom Lynch (2019, 2020).

No. 20 – Maurie Hunter (1932), Dick Harris (1934, 1943), Jim Jess (1980).

No. 21 – Martin Bolger (1932, 1934), Neil Balme (1973, 1974), Jacob Townsend (2017), Noah Balta (2020).

No. 22 – Clarrie Hall (1920, 1921), Leo Merrett (1943), Mike Perry (1967), Barry Rowlings (1980), Josh Caddy (2017, 2019).

No. 23 – George Parkinson (1920), Gordon Strang (1932, 1934), Bob Bawden (1943), Kane Lambert (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 24 – Jack Broadstock (1943), Bill Barrot (1967, 1969).

No. 25 – Eric Zschech ((1932, 1934), Roy Quinn (1943), Mike Patterson (1967), Toby Nankervis (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 26 – nil.

No. 27 – Ray Martin (1932, 1934), Graham Burgin (1967, 1969), Noel Carter (1973).

No. 28 – George Weatherill (1921), Doug Strang (1932), Geoff Strang (1967, 1969).

No. 29 – Max Hislop (1929, 1921), Brian Randall (1943), Kevin Bartlett (1967, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1980), Shai Bolton (2019, 2020).

No. 30 – Jimmy Smith (1920, 1921), Francis Bourke (1967, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1980).

No. 31 – Leo Maguire (1943), Peter Welsh (1980).

No. 32 – Frank Hughes (1920, 1921).

No. 33 – Frank Harley (1920, 1921), Fred Heifner (1932), John Perry (1967), David Cloke (1974, 1980), Kamdyn McIntosh (2017, 2020).

No. 34 – Jack Graham (2017, 2020).

No. 35 – Nathan Broad (2017, 2019, 2020).

No. 36 – nil.

No. 37 – Michael Green (1967, 1969, 1973, 1974).

No. 38 – Kevin Morris (1973, 1974).

No. 39 – Tony Jewell (1967).

No. 40 – Billy Brown (1967, 1969), Merv Keane (1973, 1974), Dan Butler (2017).

No. 41 – nil.

No. 42 – nil.

No. 43 – Cameron Clayton (1974).

No. 44 – Graeme Bond (1969), Daryl Freame (1980).

No. 45 – nil.

No. 46 – Terry Smith (1980), Jason Castagna (2017).

No. 47 – Ivan Soldo (2019).

No. 48 – Liam Baker (2019).

No. 49 – nil.

No. 50 – Marlion Pickett (2019, 2020).

No. 51 – nil.

No. 52 – Ian Owen (1969).

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Grand recollections: Noah Balta

Noah Balta reflects on the 2020 Premiership

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