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Richmond joined the Victorian Football League (now known as the AFL) in 1908 and has since won 13 premierships, most recently in 2020. Richmond's headquarters and training facilities are located at its original home ground, the Punt Road Oval, which sits adjacent to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the club's playing home since 1965.
English: The Oakville Blades hosting the Wellington Dukes at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex in Oakville, Ontario on April 12, 2019. Date 12 April 2019, 20:51:08
Oakville is a town in Halton Region, Ontario, Canada. It is located on Lake Ontario between Toronto and Hamilton. At its 2021 census population of 213,759, it is Ontario's largest town. Oakville is part of the Greater Toronto Area, one of the most densely populated areas of Canada. Contents 1 History 2 Geography 2.1 Neighbourhoods 2.2 Climate
Oakville High School (formerly Oakville Senior High School) is a public comprehensive high school in Oakville, Missouri that is part of the Mehlville R-9 School District . In the 1960s, the district was struggling to keep up with skyrocking enrollments. Because of this, it was decided that a second high school needed to be built.
1.13 2020s. 2 Other AFL-listed players. 2.1 Listed players yet to make their debut for Richmond. 2.2 Formerly listed players who never played a senior game for Richmond. 3 AFL Women's players. 3.1 2020s. 4 Other AFL Women's-listed players. 4.1 Listed players yet to make their debut for Richmond.
Blue Devils Football Club (formerly known as Oakville Blue Devils FC) is a semi-professional soccer club based in Oakville, Ontario. The senior men's and women's teams currently compete in League1 Ontario men's and women's divisions.   Contents 1 History 1.1 Past teams of same name 1.2 Revival 2 Front office and technical Staff 3 Seasons
The Richmond Tigers were a minor league baseball team based in Richmond, Indiana. From 1949 to 1951, the "Tigers" played as members of the Class D level Ohio–Indiana League as an affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. Richmond began play in the Ohio–Indiana League as the Richmond "Roses," who played in the Class D level Ohio State League in 1946 ...