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Andrew Karkouer is a talented footballer who caught the attention of the AFL scouts and was drafted with the 41st pick in the 2000 AFL draft by the Richmond Football Club. In round 7 of the 2001 season, he made his AFL debut for Richmond, playing against Essendon at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground. Despite Richmonds 46-point loss to the Bombers, the debutant made his mark by scoring two goals and becoming the only multiple-goal scorer for Richmond in that match. Known for his exceptional evasive skills and agility on the field, the small crumbing forward became a valuable player for the Richmond Football Club. He finished 2nd in Richmonds goal kicking in 2003, 3rd in 2004 and 4th in 2005 and 2006. In 2004, he laid an impressive 95 tackles, the highest at Richmond and the 9th highest overall in the AFL for that season. The proud Minang and Inggarda man was born in Melbourne in 1983. His family had moved there from Western Australia so his father could play VFL.
Motivation | Teamwork | Culture Building | Mentoring | Resilience
Career appearances - 227 matches AFL Mark of the Year - 2011 WAFL Team of the Year - 2010 Sandover Medal - 2010 Simpson Medal - 2010 Swan Districts Best and Fairest - 2010
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Adversity, Diversity and Inclusion, Inspiration, Motivation, Resilience, Team Building
Sport | AFL (Men)
Keynote (Diversity and Inclusion)
Culture | Race | Ethnicity, Indigenous Australians
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