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Yellow Sash AwardThe Votes are in for Round 15!The Leaderboard after Round 15 shows Dusty pulling away from the competition with Rance opening up a small break now 3 points ahead of Cotch..
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Back to the future for reliable Tiger defender
Richmond defender Nick Vlastuin is happy to return to the backline role he had made his own in recent seasons after a shoulder injury earlier this year cut his midfield move short.
What did Cotch first think of Dusty?
IT IS gaining momentum as the AFL’s biggest bromance, but what are Trent Cotchin and Dustin Martin really like behind closed doors at the Richmond Football Club?
Hawthorn and West Coast both had the two oldest lists across the competition, and it shows once again, as this time we’ve complied the average age of players every club has used in 2017.
The league average in 2017 is 24.8, although the Eagles stand alone as the league’s oldest team, averaging a side almost one year older than the next highest side.
Essendon have put out a side in 2017 with an average age of 25.8, while the Hawks haven’t strayed too far from the pre-season numbers with an average of 25.7.
When it comes to the average age of your club, it’s always the age of the teams that are at the bottom that are the most interesting, and this time around it’s no exception.
While Brisbane, Gold Coast, North Melbourne and Carlton are all naturally down the bottom given they’re all rebuilding in 2017, two Victorian clubs and their fans would be pretty happy with their positions.
Only two clubs in the competition are younger than Melbourne and Richmond, who both have an average...