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Ted Richards Net Worth

Ted Richards Net Worth is
$1.6 Million

Ted Richards Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Ted Richards (born 11 January 1983) is an Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League (AFL).He was recruited as the number 27 draft pick in the 2000 AFL Draft from Xavier College. He made his debut for Essendon in Round 2, 2002 against Richmond and played for Essendon until the end of the 2005 season.At the end of the 2005 season he told Essendon that he wanted to be traded to continue his career at a new club. So therefore he moved to the Sydney Swans in exchange for pick No. 19 and 50. He made his debut for the Sydney Swans in Round 1, 2006, coincidentally against his old club, Essendon. In the second quarter, coach Paul Roos assigned him onto Matthew Lloyd, who had already kicked six (of an eventual eight) first-quarter goals. The change paid dividends, as Richards kept his former leader goalless in the second quarter. Despite this, his old club embarrassed his new club by 27 points, in what turned out to be Essendon's only win for the first half of the season. He has become a regular member of the Swans' backline, but occasionally moves forward as required.On 30 September 2006, Richards played in the AFL Grand Final and put in a good effort for the Sydney Swans. In the game, he was knocked unconscious in the final five minutes and is said to have lost memory of parts of the game.In 2009 he suffered a punctured lung and broken ribs when he collided with then-Carlton forward Brendan Fevola in the final 30 seconds of the Swans' loss against Carlton (its first since 2000, ending a 12-match dominance) at Etihad Stadium. Richards missed the rest of the season as a result, as the Swans missed the finals for the first time in seven years. He also was forced to travel back to Sydney by road.In 2010, Richards initially looked like he would struggle to win a consistent spot in the 22. However Craig Bolton's injury provided a spot for Richards in the Swans' defence. His season was capped off with him winning the Best Clubman Award. At the end of the year he completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of New South Wales, and combined with his football career at the Sydney Swans he now works part-time in the banking industry whilst studying for a Master of Finance degree.After a particularly strong end to 2010, Richards continued to play consistent football throughout 2011. He became the Swans' undisputed best defender and would take on the top forwards around the AFL every week, rarely being beaten. His fine year was rewarded with a 5th place finish in the Bob Skilton Medal.2012 proved to be an even better year than the season before, as Richards finished 2nd in the 2012 Bob Skilton Medal and helped the Swans win their fifth AFL Premiership. These came shortly after he was given his first All-Australian jumper, being named at CHB. His remarkable improvement as a tall defender helped the Sydney defensive unit become the stingiest group in the AFL.
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Date Of Birth1983-01-11
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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Cá nImíonn an tAirgead?1954Documentary short
All-Ireland Football Championship Final1953Documentary short
Dark Secret1949
The Story of Shirley Yorke1948
Calling Paul Temple1948
When You Come Home1948
The Hills of Donegal1947
The Green Finger1946
I'll Turn to You1946
A Night of Magic1944as T. Richards
Demobbed1944
Somewhere in Civvies1943
Somewhere on Leave1943as E. Richards
Her Father's Daughter1941Short
Chamber of Horrors1940as E.G. Richards
Somewhere in England1940as E. Richards
The Torso Murder Mystery1939as E. Richards
The Human Monster1939as E.G. Richards
Wanted by Scotland Yard1939as E.G. Richards
Dangerous Masquerade1939as E. Richards
Save a Little Sunshine1938as E. Richards
Night Alone1938as E. Richards
Almost a Honeymoon1938as E. Richards
Mystery of Room 131938as Edward Richards
Lucky Jade1937
The Improper Duchess1936
Joy Ride1935as E.G. Richards
My Lucky Star1933as E. Richards
The Temperance Fete1932as Edward Richards
Dark Red Roses1929as E.R. Richards

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