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Hey Tigers, want to take the cup? Fill in the spreadsheet

RICHMOND'S 2017 premiership cup is winding up its national tour in Tasmania after players took the chance to take the prized silverware to their home towns over the off-season.

Using a spreadsheet to book in time with the cup since their premiership triumph last September, the Tigers have been flying around the country and hand delivering it to each other.

The club's first premiership cup in 37 years has travelled from Ballarat with Dan Butler to Windy Harbour, in the south-west of WA, with Kamdyn McIntosh.

Players have posted pictures of the tour on social media, with Shaun Grigg even booking time to introduce his newborn son, Spencer, to the premiership cup.

Grand Final hero Jack Riewoldt is now taking the cup on a week-long tour of Tasmania before it takes its place next to the club's other 10.   

JACK RIEWOLDT

 

JOSH CADDY

Family & mates 💛🖤

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JASON CASTAGNA

Cup does KG 🏆

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NATHAN BROAD

❤️

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DAN BUTLER

all the way back to cardigan🏆

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BRENDON GALE

 

KAMDYN MCINTOSH

And the cup is still making its way around Australia #2017 #cupadventures

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SHAUN GRIGG

Spencer insisted...

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BRANDON ELLIS

Still oh so sweet 😎

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