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Riewoldt stands up

The situation facing Richmond on Friday night was one that demanded strong on-field leadership.
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UNDER THE PUMP: Jack Riewoldt competes with Nathan Brown during Richmond’s win on Friday. Riewoldt’s four-goal haul played a big role in Richmond’s win over the Pies. Picture: Getty Images

Enter Clarence’s Jack Riewoldt, one of the major catalysts for a win that will silence the many critics of the yellow and black, even if just for a short while.

In one of his best outings of the year, Riewoldt kicked 4.2 and had 10 score involvements from 12 touches and six marks after being virtually non-existent in the first term.

Riewoldt’s ability to be a scoreboard threat dragged the Tigers back into the game after Collingwood had started in a blaze of glory.

In the opposition camp, Dodges Ferry’s Jeremy Howe was the extra man in the defence, collecting 17 touches and taking eight marks.

Devonport’s Grant Birchall was his usual cool self off half-back with 19 touches at 84 per cent disposal efficiency,four marks and five score involvementsin Hawthorn’s loss to Melbourne.

At that time George Town’s Toby Nankervis was showingpromising signs in Sydney’s big win over Port Adelaide with 19 hit-outs,14 possessions and five score involvements.

Launceston’s Kade Kolodjashnij collected 20 touches at 75 per cent disposal efficiency, took six marks and had five score involvements in Gold Coast’s loss to Greater Western Sydney.

Devonport’s Ben Brown finished North Melbourne’s loss to the Western Bulldogs injured.

Before jarring his knee in the a marking contest in thesecond quarter incident he had been strong with 1.0 from six touches and three marks.Scans have cleared him of any structural damage.

Lauderdale’s Mitch Robinson tried hard for Brisbane in their loss to Adelaide, with 19 touches (12 contested), six clearances, two marks, 1.1 and four score involvements.Clarence’s Josh Green had no scoreboard impact from 10 possessions.

Maverick Weller, of Burnie, did his bit as St Kilda thrashed Carlton, with 17 touches, eight marks, four tackles and nine score involvements.Lauderdale ruckman Andrew Phillips won 21 hit-outs and collected seven possessions for the Blues.

Burnie’s Lachie Weller had 15 touches, three score involvements and 0.1 in Fremantle’s loss to West Coast.

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