Ted Keggin was a strongly built and talented forward who might have made a real name for himself had his league career not been interrupted by the first World War. As it was, he played a total of 59 VFL games for Richmond from 1912 to 1914 and in 1917, booting 87 goals. Prodigious kicking was a feature of his game, as was his penchant for throwing his weight around to the advantage of his team. He joined Richmond from Leopold, and topped his new club's goal kicking list in his debut season with 24 goals.
Author - John Devaney