Jack Riewoldt 2
2010 was a breakout year for Riewoldt. He started the season strongly, kicking 15 goals in his first seven matches. In the next eight matches between rounds 8 and 15 Riewoldt kicked a league-best 43 goals. It was the highest total over that many games since Matthew Lloyd nine years earlier.
He kicked a career best 10 goals in round 12 in a victory over West Coast. The haul included five first-quarter goals, with four coming within the first 11 minutes of play. He became the first player to kick 10 goals in a match since Jonathan Brown in 2007, and the first Richmond player since Matthew Richardson did so in 2004.
In round 21 Riewoldt was named best-on-ground for his 17 disposal, 11 mark and seven goal performance against St Kilda at Docklands Stadium. He thus became the first Richmond player to win the Ian Stewart Medal in its seven-year history
For the first time in four-year career, Riewoldt finished the season having played every possible match. His 78 goals was the most by any player in the league, earning him the Coleman Medal and the Michael Roach Medal as the league, and the club leading goalkicker respectively. Four days after winning the Coleman, Riewoldt secured the Jack Dyer Medal as Richmond's best and fairest player.
He was also named to the All-Australian team in the position of full forward. Personally signed by Jack this is a must-have for all Tigers fans and astute collectors alike. Don’t miss out