2013 Richmond Football Club season

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Richmond Football Club
2013 season
Richmond banner.jpg
Richmond players enter Škoda Stadium in Round 22
PresidentGary March
(8th season)
CoachDamien Hardwick
(4th season)
Captain(s)Trent Cotchin
(1st season)
Home groundMCG
Pre-season5th
(3-1)
AFL season5th
(15-7)
Finals series7th
(0-1)
Jack Dyer MedalDaniel Jackson
Leading goalkickerJack Riewoldt
(58)
Highest home attendance94,690
(elim. final vs Carlton)
Lowest home attendance11,197
(round 16. vs Gold Coast
Average home attendance50,901
(Increase 9,582 / Increase 23.2%)
Club membership60,321
(Increase 7,294 / Increase 13.8%)

The 2013 season marked the 106th season in which the Richmond Football Club participated in the AFL/VFL.

2012 off-season list changes[edit]

Retirements and delistings[edit]

Player Reason Club games Career games Ref.
Kelvin Moore Retired 87 87 [1]
Brad Miller Delisted 24 157 [1]
Jeromey Webberley Delisted 16 16 [1]
Andrew Browne Delisted 12 12 [1]
Addam Maric Delisted 10 31 [1]
Dean MacDonald Delisted 0 0 [1]
Gibson Turner Delisted 0 0 [1]
Piva Wright Delisted 0 0 [1]

Free agency[edit]

Date Player Free agent type Former club New club Compensation Ref
1 October Troy Chaplin Restricted Port Adelaide Richmond Second round [2]
1 October Chris Knights Delisted Adelaide Richmond - [3]

Note: Compensation picks are awarded to a player's previous team by the league and not traded from the destination club

Trades[edit]

Date Gained Lost Trade partner Ref
19 October Pick 40 Angus Graham
Pick 50
Adelaide [4]
26 October Aaron Edwards Pick 74 North Melbourne [5]

Note: All traded picks are indicative and do not reflect final selection position

National draft[edit]

Round Overall pick Player State Position Team from League from Ref
1 9 Nick Vlastuin VIC Midfielder/Defender Northern Knights TAC Cup [6]
2 31 Kamdyn McIntosh WA Defender Peel Thunder WAFL [6]
2 33 Liam McBean VIC Tall Forward Calder Cannons TAC Cup [6]
2 42 Matt McDonough SA Small Forward Woodville-West Torrens SANFL [6]

Rookie draft[edit]

Round Overall pick Player State Position Team from League from Ref
1 7 Ricky Petterd VIC Midfielder Melbourne AFL [7]
2 22 Sam Lonergan VIC - Essendon AFL [7]
3 33 Orren Stephenson VIC - Geelong AFL [7]
3 40 Cadeyn Williams VIC - Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup [7]

2013 squad[edit]

Richmond Football Club
Senior list Rookie list Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)
  • Cruz Roja.svg Long-term injury list
  • Arrow-up.png Upgraded rookie
  • (B) Category B rookie
  • (vet) Veterans list
  • (ret) Retired

Updated: 18 August 2016
Source(s): Playing list, Coaching staff

2013 season[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

Round Date Score Opponent Opponent's score Result Home/away Venue Attendance
1 Friday, 22 February 7:50pm 1.2.9 (30) Melbourne 0.2.3 (15) Won by 15 points Away Etihad Stadium 20,309
1 Friday, 22 February 8:55pm 0.6.8 (44) North Melbourne 0.7.6 (48) Lost by 4 points Home Etihad Stadium 20,309
2 Saturday, 2 March 5:10pm 2.8.20 (86) Essendon 1.10.9 (78) Won by 8 points Away Wangaratta Showgrounds 7,884
3 Saturday, 9 March 1:10pm 0.13.7 (85) Hawthorn 0.13.6 (84) Won by 1 point Away York Park 8,601
4 Saturday, 16 March 2:00pm 14.8 (92) Western Bulldogs 12.11 (83) Won by 9 points Home Princes Park 2,000 est.

Note: Round 4 matches were conducted under normal AFL Premiership season rules and did not count towards the NAB Cup Ladder.

Home and away season[edit]

Round Date Score Opponent Opponent's score Result Home/away Venue Attendance Ladder
1 Thursday, 28 March 7:45 pm 14.22 (106) Carlton 14.17 (101) Won by 5 points Away MCG 80,971 9th
2 Friday, 5 April 7:50pm 14.15 (99) St Kilda 12.10 (82) Won by 17 points Away MCG 56,783 6th
3 Sunday, 14 April 1:10pm 20.15 (135) Western Bulldogs 10.8 (68) Won by 67 points Home Etihad Stadium 44,045 4th
4 Saturday, 20 April 2:10pm 11.13 (79) Collingwood 16.17 (113) Lost by 34 points Home MCG 81,950 6th
5 Friday, 26 April 6:45pm 12.8 (80) Fremantle 12.9 (81) Lost by 1 point Away Subiaco Oval 36,365 6th
6 Saturay, 4 May 7:40pm 13.19 (87) Geelong 20.11 (131) Lost by 44 points Home MCG 55,625 9th
7 Saturday, 11 May 1:15pm 18.16 (114) Port Adelaide 10.13 (73) Won by 41 points Away Football Park 25,372 7th
8 Sunday, 19 May 3:20pm 15.16 (106) Melbourne 11.6 (72) Won by 34 points Home MCG 39,148 7th
9 Saturday, 25 May 7:45pm 9.8 (62) Essendon 13.13 (91) Lost by 29 points Home MCG 84,234 10th
10 Monday, 3 June 5:40pm 16.7 (103) West Coast 8.14 (62) Won by 41 points Away Subiaco Oval 37,781 7th
11 BYE 9th
12 Saturday, 15 June 1:40 pm 16.14 (110) Adelaide 10.12 (72) Won by 38 points Home MCG 43,615 7th
13 Saturday, 22 June 7:40 pm 17.19 (121) Western Bulldogs 8.13 (61) Won by 60 points Away Etihad Stadium 29,788 6th
14 Sunday, 30 June 4:40 pm 17.17 (119) St Kilda 8.7 (55) Won by 64 points Home MCG 52,184 6th
15 Saturday, 6 July 2:10 pm 8.18 (66) North Melbourne 19.14 (128) Lost by 62 points Away Etihad Stadium 45,966 6th
16 Saturday, 13 July 4:40 pm 6.17 (53) Gold Coast 6.8 (44) Won by 9 points Home Cazaly's Stadium 11,197 6th
17 Sunday, 21 July 1:10 pm 12.12 (84) Fremantle 8.9 (57) Won by 27 points Home MCG 40,125 6th
18 Sunday, 28 July 4:40 pm 9.9 (63) Sydney 16.14 (110) Lost by 47 points Away Sydney Cricket Ground 29,738 6th
19 Saturday, 3 August 2:10 pm 16.11 (107) Hawthorn 9.12 (66) Won by 41 points Away MCG 64,324 7th
20 Saturday, 10 August 1:45 pm 14.13 (97) Brisbane Lions 11.8 (74) Won by 23 points Home MCG 46,961 6th
21 Saturday, 17 August 1:45 pm 14.12 (96) Carlton 16.10 (106) Lost by 10 points Home MCG 60,825 5th
22 Sunday, 25 August 3:20 pm 25.13 (163) Greater Western Sydney 6.6 (42) Won by 121 points Away Showground Stadium 12,314 5th
23 Saturday, 31 August 7:40 pm 15.14 (104) Essendon 9.11 (65) Won by 39 points Away MCG 60,979 5th

Source: AFL Tables[8]

Finals[edit]

Match Date Score Opponent Opponent's Score Result Home/Away Venue Attendance
Elimination Final Sunday, 8 September 3:20pm 14.12 (96) Carlton 18.8 (116) Lost by 20 points Home MCG 94,690

Source: AFL Tables[8]

Ladder[edit]

2013 AFL Ladder
Team P W L D PF PA % Pts
1 Hawthorn (P) 22 19 3 0 2523 1859 135.72 76
2 Geelong 22 18 4 0 2409 1776 135.64 72
3 Fremantle 22 16 5 1 2035 1518 134.06 66
4 Sydney 22 15 6 1 2244 1694 132.47 62
5 Richmond 22 15 7 0 2154 1754 122.81 60
6 Collingwood 22 14 8 0 2148 1868 114.99 56
7 Port Adelaide 22 12 10 0 2051 2002 102.45 48
8 Carlton 22 11 11 0 2125 1992 106.68 44
9 Essendon 22 14 8 0 2145 2000 107.25 56*
10 North Melbourne 22 10 12 0 2307 1930 119.53 40
11 Adelaide 22 10 12 0 2064 1909 108.12 40
12 Brisbane Lions 22 10 12 0 1922 2144 89.65 40
13 West Coast 22 9 13 0 2038 2139 95.28 36
14 Gold Coast 22 8 14 0 1918 2091 91.73 32
15 Western Bulldogs 22 8 14 0 1926 2262 85.15 32
16 St Kilda 22 5 17 0 1751 2120 82.59 20
17 Melbourne 22 2 20 0 1455 2691 54.07 8
18 Greater Western Sydney 22 1 21 0 1524 2990 50.97 4
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points for, PA = Points against
*Essendon was relegated to ninth due to irregularities in its supplements program during the 2012 season


Awards[edit]

League awards[edit]

Rising Star[edit]

Nominations:

Round Player Ref
7 Nick Vlastuin [9]

22 Under 22 team[edit]

Player Position Appearance
Named Dustin Martin Half forward 2nd
Named Brandon Ellis Back pocket 1st

Brownlow Medal tally[edit]

Player 3 vote games 2 vote games 1 vote games Total votes Place
Trent Cotchin 5 2 0 19 9th
Dustin Martin 3 2 3 16 13th
Brett Deledio 1 3 1 10 30th
Daniel Jackson 2 1 1 9 35th
Brandon Ellis 1 1 0 5 73rd
Shaun Grigg 1 1 0 5 73rd
Bachar Houli 0 2 1 5 73rd
Jack Riewoldt 1 0 1 4 93rd
Alex Rance 0 0 2 2 134th
Shane Edwards 0 0 2 2 134th
Matt White 0 1 0 2 134th
Nick Vlastuin 0 0 1 1 178th
Ty Vickery 0 0 1 1 178th
Total 14 13 13 81 -

Club awards[edit]

Jack Dyer Medal[edit]

Position Player Votes Medal
1st Daniel Jackson 264 Jack Dyer Medal
2nd Dustin Martin 255 Jack Titus Medal
3rd Troy Chaplin 241 Maurie Fleming Medal
4th Brett Deledio 238 Fred Swift Medal
5th Trent Cotchin 237 Kevin Bartlett Medal
6th Alex Rance 231 Fred Swift Medal
7th Steven Morris 211
7th Jack Riewoldt 211
9th Shaun Grigg 191
10th Bachar Houli 187

[10][11]

Michael Roach Medal[edit]

Position Player Goals
1st Jack Riewoldt 58
2nd Ty Vickery 27
3rd Dustin Martin 23
4th Jake King 21
5th Luke McGuane 20

[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "2012 retirements, delistings and trades". Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  2. ^ "Richmond tables offer for Chaplin". 1 October 2012. Archived from the original on 4 October 2012. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  3. ^ Daffey, Paul (1 October 2012). "Knights heads to Tigerland".
  4. ^ Ralph, John (19 October 2012). "Adelaide gains Richmond ruckman Angus Graham in trade deal". Herald Sun. New Ltd. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  5. ^ Paton, Al (26 October 2012). "Kangaroos forward Aaron Edwards traded to Richmond". Herald Sun. News Lts. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  6. ^ a b c d "Full List Of AFL Draft Selections". Triple M. 23 November 2012. Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  7. ^ a b c d "AFL Rookie Draft held at the end of Season 2012". Footywire. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
  8. ^ a b http://afltables.com/afl/teams/richmond_idx.html
  9. ^ Guthrie, Ben (14 May 2013). "Vlastuin wins Rising Star nomination". AFL.com.au. Bigpond. Retrieved 5 September 2016.
  10. ^ Phelan, Jennifer (30 September 2013). "Top Tiger Jackson wins first Jack Dyer Medal". AFL.com.au. Bigpond. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
  11. ^ Gullan, Scott (1 October 2013). "Midfielder Daniel Jackson caps off stellar season with Richmond best and fairest". Herald Sun. News Corp. Retrieved 30 December 2016.
  12. ^ "AFL Statistics for 2013". www.footywire.com. Retrieved 6 September 2016.

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