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You Never Forget Your First

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Kevin Hillier & Paul Daffey are joined by a host of footballers to reminisce & reflect on the day they played their first game of league football. Whether it was 1 game, a handful of games or a couple of hundred games, they all have 1 thing in common, they all played a minimum of 1 game.

Latest Episodes

Never Forget Your First - Jason Love

This week's edition of 'You Never Forget Your First' features Jason Love, a Port Melbourne boy who debuted for North Melbourne against the Swans in Round 1, 1986, at the MCG and went on to play 68 games for North and Sydney incidentally and kick 123 goals

24 MINMAR 24
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Never Forget Your First - Jason Love

Never Forget Your First - Simon Atkins

This week's edition of 'You never forget your first' features former Doggies and Fitzroy star Simon Atkins who debuted for Footscray against Sydney at the SCG in Round 2, 1987

26 MINMAR 17
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Never Forget Your First - Simon Atkins

Never Forget Your First - Andrew Bews

This week's special guest on 'You'll Never Forget Your First' is former Geelong captain and Simpson medallist Andrew Bews who debuted in Round 4, 1982, and went on to kick 134 goals in 282 games including the 1989 Grand Final

33 MINMAR 10
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Never Forget Your First - Andrew Bews

Never Forget Your First - State of Origin special!

Kevin Hillier chats with 3 State of Origin greats, Brad Hardie who so proudly represented 3 states, Essendon legend Simon Madden and Port Adelaide premiership coach Mark Williams, all with fond memories of the first time they represented their respective states!

29 MINFEB 27
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Never Forget Your First - State of Origin special!

Never Forget Your First - Ryan O'Keefe

Ryan O'Keefe is a former professional Australian rules footballer with the Sydney Swans in the Australian Football League, and was part of the Swans' 2005 and 2012 premiership-winning sides. He won the Norm Smith Medal in the 2012 Premiership win, finishing his career on 286 games, 261 goals.

22 MINFEB 13
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Never Forget Your First - Ryan O'Keefe

Never Forget Your First - Cathryn Fitzpatrick

Cathryn Lorraine Fitzpatrick is a former Australian international cricketer. She was recognised as the world's fastest women pace bowler, bowling at up to 125 km/h. She announced her retirement from international and state cricket in March 2007, intending to concentrate on coaching. In 2019, Fitzpatrick was inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and later that year, she was inducted into ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

28 MINFEB 5
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Never Forget Your First - Cathryn Fitzpatrick

You Never Forget Your First - Nicole Bradtke

Nicole Bradtke is an Australian tennis legend, she won three singles and nine doubles titles on the WTA Tour. Nicole started playing tennis at the age of seven. Whilst still at school, she played her first professional tennis match in 1985, and made her debut at the Australian Open later that year. She retired from playing after the 1997 Australian Open.

23 MINJAN 22
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You Never Forget Your First - Nicole Bradtke

Never Forget Your First - Gary Cosier

Gary John Cosier (born 25 April 1953) is a former Australian test cricketer who played in 18 Tests and 9 ODIs from 1975 to 1979. Cosier's star shone very briefly following a sensational test debut, when he became only the ninth Australian to post a century in his first Test.

36 MINJAN 17
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Never Forget Your First - Gary Cosier

Geoff Raines - You can always tell em you played 1 game!

Kevin Hillier's very special guest this week on 'You Can Always Tell 'Em You Played One Game' was none other than the one and only Geoff Raines whom went on to play 254 games after debuting for Richmond in Round 4, 1976, ironically against Collingwood!

19 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Geoff Raines - You can always tell em you played 1 game!

Nick Jewell - You can always tell em you played 1 game!

Kevin Hillier's very special guest this week on 'You Can Always Tell 'Em You Played One Game' was former Tiger Nick Jewell whom did exactly that - his sole appearance for Richmond coming in Round 19, 1997, at the WACA against Freo!

15 MIN2019 DEC 10
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Nick Jewell - You can always tell em you played 1 game!

Latest Episodes

Never Forget Your First - Jason Love

This week's edition of 'You Never Forget Your First' features Jason Love, a Port Melbourne boy who debuted for North Melbourne against the Swans in Round 1, 1986, at the MCG and went on to play 68 games for North and Sydney incidentally and kick 123 goals

24 MINMAR 24
Comments
Never Forget Your First - Jason Love

Never Forget Your First - Simon Atkins

This week's edition of 'You never forget your first' features former Doggies and Fitzroy star Simon Atkins who debuted for Footscray against Sydney at the SCG in Round 2, 1987

26 MINMAR 17
Comments
Never Forget Your First - Simon Atkins

Never Forget Your First - Andrew Bews

This week's special guest on 'You'll Never Forget Your First' is former Geelong captain and Simpson medallist Andrew Bews who debuted in Round 4, 1982, and went on to kick 134 goals in 282 games including the 1989 Grand Final

33 MINMAR 10
Comments
Never Forget Your First - Andrew Bews

Never Forget Your First - State of Origin special!

Kevin Hillier chats with 3 State of Origin greats, Brad Hardie who so proudly represented 3 states, Essendon legend Simon Madden and Port Adelaide premiership coach Mark Williams, all with fond memories of the first time they represented their respective states!

29 MINFEB 27
Comments
Never Forget Your First - State of Origin special!

Never Forget Your First - Ryan O'Keefe

Ryan O'Keefe is a former professional Australian rules footballer with the Sydney Swans in the Australian Football League, and was part of the Swans' 2005 and 2012 premiership-winning sides. He won the Norm Smith Medal in the 2012 Premiership win, finishing his career on 286 games, 261 goals.

22 MINFEB 13
Comments
Never Forget Your First - Ryan O'Keefe

Never Forget Your First - Cathryn Fitzpatrick

Cathryn Lorraine Fitzpatrick is a former Australian international cricketer. She was recognised as the world's fastest women pace bowler, bowling at up to 125 km/h. She announced her retirement from international and state cricket in March 2007, intending to concentrate on coaching. In 2019, Fitzpatrick was inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and later that year, she was inducted into ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

28 MINFEB 5
Comments
Never Forget Your First - Cathryn Fitzpatrick

You Never Forget Your First - Nicole Bradtke

Nicole Bradtke is an Australian tennis legend, she won three singles and nine doubles titles on the WTA Tour. Nicole started playing tennis at the age of seven. Whilst still at school, she played her first professional tennis match in 1985, and made her debut at the Australian Open later that year. She retired from playing after the 1997 Australian Open.

23 MINJAN 22
Comments
You Never Forget Your First - Nicole Bradtke

Never Forget Your First - Gary Cosier

Gary John Cosier (born 25 April 1953) is a former Australian test cricketer who played in 18 Tests and 9 ODIs from 1975 to 1979. Cosier's star shone very briefly following a sensational test debut, when he became only the ninth Australian to post a century in his first Test.

36 MINJAN 17
Comments
Never Forget Your First - Gary Cosier

Geoff Raines - You can always tell em you played 1 game!

Kevin Hillier's very special guest this week on 'You Can Always Tell 'Em You Played One Game' was none other than the one and only Geoff Raines whom went on to play 254 games after debuting for Richmond in Round 4, 1976, ironically against Collingwood!

19 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
Geoff Raines - You can always tell em you played 1 game!

Nick Jewell - You can always tell em you played 1 game!

Kevin Hillier's very special guest this week on 'You Can Always Tell 'Em You Played One Game' was former Tiger Nick Jewell whom did exactly that - his sole appearance for Richmond coming in Round 19, 1997, at the WACA against Freo!

15 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
Nick Jewell - You can always tell em you played 1 game!
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