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The RIP thread

tigertim

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The older generation here might remember former Richmond GM Richard “Dick” Doggett from the late 70s early 80s, passed away.
 
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LeeToRainesToRoach

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The older generation here might remember former Richmond GM Richard “Dick” Doggett from the late 70s early 80s, passed away.

Got a letter from him somewhere, hand signed, in response to Mum writing an angry letter to the club about GF tickets selling out early when she was fourth in the queue.
 
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royce67

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Ha ha that’s a great sledge :mhihi

Almost as good as the one that Kiwi player (can’t remember his name) gave Mark Waugh after Waugh had told him he was a *smile* batsman or words to that effect.

“Yeah but at least I’m the best batsman in my family!”:rotfl2

Not a Kiwi. A pom, Jimmy Ormond in 2001.
 
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aoc1974

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The older generation here might remember former Richmond GM Richard “Dick” Doggett from the late 70s early 80s, passed away.

Vale Richard Doggett... some great memories (& some not so good) in the attached interview with Rhett Bartlett.

 
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eZyT

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The older generation here might remember former Richmond GM Richard “Dick” Doggett from the late 70s early 80s, passed away.

I just found out to late that this tiger bloke lived in my neighbourhood
 

artball

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RIP EVH. creative monster. influenced a bunch of em. always with a smile.
 
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Ridley

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Yeah very sad news about Eddie. Van Halen one of my favourite bands.

RIP Eddie. Say hi to Malcolm Young for us.
 
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tigertim

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I guess that’s the end of any possible version/reformation of VH. Unless Eddies son....

I wonder if DLR or SH play VH songs in their solo shows. Don’t think anyone cares if Gary Cherone does.

Anyway, thanks for those classics.
 

Ridley

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I guess that’s the end of any possible version/reformation of VH. Unless Eddies son....

I wonder if DLR or SH play VH songs in their solo shows. Don’t think anyone cares if Gary Cherone does.

Anyway, thanks for those classics.
Gary Cherone :mhihi That was tragic.

Eddie's son (Wolfgang!) was already playing bass in the band. Maybe Michael Anthony can come back and Wolfie can switch to lead.

I saw SH solo once at the Coogee Bay hotel in Sydney; 1998! He did do some VH songs. Great show.
 
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