AFL: The Richmond Tigers bounce back in round 17 to
claim a win over the Brisbane Lions
RICHMOND looks set to pay a high price for potential
father-son pick Patrick Naish as clubs circle for the gun son
of former goal machine Chris.
Sam Landsberger revealed on the SuperFooty Podcast that “there
are clubs in the lower regions of the ladder which really,
really like Naish” and that could force the Tigers to give up
more than just a first-round pick.
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FATHER-SON: CHRIS NAISH WANTS SON PATRICK AT TIGERS
“They’ve got their first father-son since Tommy Roach about 15
years ago,” Landsberger said.
The Tigers will have two first round picks, their own and
another from Geelong, thanks to the trade that sent Brett
Deledio to GWS.
“I think it’s a good thing they’ve got two, because not only
will Naish cost them one, I think he might bump back their
second first-round pick, because they’re going to have to pay a
really high price,” he said.
Landsberger said other clubs love Naish’s ball use.
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How much will father-son Naish cost?