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1946 Chronology

February
Mon 18
The Richmond Seconds committee give verbal approval to the 2nd Eighteen League that they endorse the creation of a Third Eighteen League.

Wed 27
Bert Edwards is appointed playing-coach of Longford. He later requests 25 pairs of socks from Richmond.


March
Tues 12
It was agreed that Recruits enter a team in the new 3rd Eighteen competition and that no player is able to play unless he is attached to the district.
Bernie Waldron and Bert Edwards are granted clearances to coach in Tasmania. Both men appear before the committee to thank the club .

Tues 26
Bernie Waldron apologises to the committee for his conduct in Adelaide and ask that his suspension be lifted. The committee lift Waldron and Balfour's suspensions. Waldron is then cleared to Wynyard.
Alby Pannam is appointed coach of the Cubs.

April
Saturday 20
The famous photo of Dyer leading his team out, is taken on this day, Rd 1 vs Fitzroy at Brunswick St Oval.
Watching the game is old Richmond player Herb Matthews, who played 3 games for the Tigers in 1915 (and also played for Melbourne and Sth Melb)

Tues 23
The club orders new lockers for the players

Thurs 25
Anzac Day. Football training takes place at Punt Road 'behind locked gates' (Richmond Minutes)

May
15
The committee note that Richmond Premiership flags are being repaired.

December
26
Dick Condon, Richmond's first senior coach, dies aged 70