Full Name: TIM LIVINGSTONE
Date of Birth: 21/09/1967
Height: 187 cm ( 6-1 1/2 )
Weight: 83 kg ( 13-1 )
Debut: 25/07/1992, Round 19, Melbourne
Last Game: 22/08/1993, Round 21, Melbourne
Total Games: 8
Total Goals: 1
Total Games: 27
Total Goals: 27
Tim was a left-footed utility who was drafted to Richmond in June, 1992. During 1992 he represented three teams, Box Hill, Melbourne Reserves and Richmond, finishing back at Box Hill for their semi-final. He performed very well with the Richmond Reserves and was a consistently high possession winner. He ran equal third in the Reserves’ Best and Fairest after playing only nine games. In 1993, he eventually gained senior selection after continually finishing in the best players with the reserves. Once given his chance, he performed very well, with one of his best performances being a tagging role against Adelaide Crow’s captain Chris McDermott. He was the ideal tagger as he had a good turn of speed and didn’t mind getting the hard ball. Although he won the Reserves’ Best and Fairest, in 1993, he was de-listed at the end of the season and has spent the past three seasons with Box Hill. In 1995, he captained the VFA team against New South Wales and performed very creditably against former Essendon champion Terry Daniher. Tim also finished second in the 1995 “Liston Trophy” for Best and Fairest in the VFA. Away from football he is a schoolteacher.
North Ringwood Juniors 1980-84 ( Honours - Premiership U/14, U/16, Leading Goalkicker U/14 Goals 96 ) ; North Ringwood Seniors 1985-91 ( Honours - Premiership 1989, Best & Fairest 1988, 1991 ) ; Box Hill 1992, 1994-96, Games 46, Goals 59 ( Honours - Best & Fairest 1994, VFA Representative Team 1994-95, VFA Representative Team Captain 1995 ) ; Melbourne Reserves 1992, Games 1, Goals 2.