Lou Richards

Lou Richards

Lewis Thomas Charles "Lou" Richards (born 15 March 1923) is a retired Australian rules footballer, who played 250 games with the Collingwood Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL) between 1941 and 1955. Richards married Edna Lillian Bowie in 1948; the couple have two daughters.

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Lou Richards - Post-playing Career
... Once Richards retired from football he began managing Melbourne hotels of which the most famous was the Phoenix Hotel in Flinders Street ... Richards also began a long career in the media, beginning as a sport journalist for The Argus and later The Sun News-Pictorial where he gained the ... prizes and continues to liven up the set with his classic humour and running of "Lou's Handball", a handball game between two AFL players ...

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