Kevin Bartlett

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Australia - Vic

As one of this country's most legendary sportsmen, Kevin Bartlett is also one of Melbourne's most respected and experienced broadcasters.

A great conversationalist and true legend, Bartlett played 403 games for Richmond from 1965 to 1983 and kicked 778 goals. He was a member of 5 premiership winning teams, the Norm Smith Medallist in the 1980 Grand Final and also won five Best and Fairest awards in 1967, 1968, 1973, 1974 and 1977. Bartlett is a true leader having captained Richmond in 1979 and Victoria in 1980. He also coached Richmond from 1988 to 1991.

Barlett was inducted to the AFL Hall of Fame in 1996 and was made an AFL Legend in 2000. He was also selected in the Richmond Team of the Century in 2000, inducted into the Richmond Hall of Fame in 2002 and was made a Richmond Immortal in 2003.

"KB's" status and respect in the football community is recognised by his membership in the AFL's Rules Committee, All Australian Selection Panel, Hall of Fame Selection Panel and National Rising Star Selection Panel.

Bartlett's respect as a footballer also extends to his broadcasting career. Having commenced as a commentator with Channe

l 7 in 1984, Barlett has also worked for the ABC, Sport 927 and is currently a commentator for Fox Footy.

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