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Tiger triumph 1921

After winning its first VFL flag in 1920, Richmond was able to pull off a rare double by taking the 1921 pennant in a close and hard fought match against rivals Carlton. 'Old Boy' of The Argus reports.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 27th Sep
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Hawthorn first V/AFL match

The opening round of 1925 VFL season saw the entry into the league of three new clubs, among them Hawthorn. Old Boy of the Argus reports on the Mayblooms initial effort vs Richmond. 
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 2nd Oct
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The same old Essendon

Reg 'Old Boy' Wilmott writing for the Australasian continues his series of club profiles with a look at the 'same old' Essendon. 
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 21st May
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The old dark navy blues

Reg 'Old Boy' Wilmott writing for the Australasian this week looks at the Carlton club, noting that "the Blues" have had more ups and downs than any other club.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 21st May
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Geelong's six year cycle

In another club profile, Reg 'Old Boy' Wilmott writing for the Australasian looks back at the history of Geelong and some of the great names that have played for the club. 
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 6th May
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South Melbourne's successess

Reg 'Old Boy' Wilmott writing for the Australasian reports on the history of South Melbourne, which by 1940 was struggling to recapture the form of the previous decade. 
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 6th May
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St Kilda - the mystery side

Reg "Old Boy" Wilmott pondered the mystery of St Kilda in 1940, the side that was, he wrote in the Australasian, consistently inconsistent.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 10th Nov
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Richmond's star players

With the Tigers on top during 1940, Reg "Old Boy" Wilmott, traced the early days of the Richmond Football Club in the Australasian.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 10th Nov
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Hawthorn's high hopes

In 1940, the Australasian's Reg "Old Boy" Wilmott reflected on Hawthorn's lack of success but looked forward with some hope.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 24th Oct
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North Melbourne never surrenders

Reg 'Old Boy' Wilmott writing for the Australasian reports on the history of the North Melbourne club, which in 1940 was still struggling to find its way in the VFL.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 10th Oct
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The 1901 VFL season in review

'Old Boy' of the Argus reviews the 1901 VFL season in which Essendon triumphed over Collingwood, and names the Pies' centeman Fred Leach as the best player of the season.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 14th Sep
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The 1899 VFL season in review

'Old Boy' of the Argus reviews the 1899 VFL season in which Fitzroy won its second successive premiership, and names Fitzroy defender Pat Hickey as the best player of the season.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 13th Sep
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Richmond's first VFL flag

In 1920, after thirteen seasons in the VFL Richmond celebrated its first league premiership by defeating Collingwood in a hard fought grand final. Old Boy of the the Argus reported on the game.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 2nd Jul
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The death of Syd Barker

Old Boy of the Argus reports the death in 1930 of Syd Barker, premiership captain of North Melbourne in the VFA and premiership captain-coach of Essendon in the VFL.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 13th Apr
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1925 - New clubs, new rules, new era

As 'Old Boy' of The Argus reports, the opening round of the 1925 VFL season saw the debut of three new clubs, and some innovated new rules, all of which heralded a new era of footy.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 26th Sep
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Essendon premiers 1923

Old Boy of The Argus reports on the 1923 VFL Grand final (played on 20 October, Caufield Cup day), between Essendon and Fitzroy. A Don victory was the first of another double triumph.
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Posted by Reg Wilmott, 29th Aug
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Reg Wilmott

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