100 Tiger Treasures " Goal of Century " Nominee 2008. Joel Bowden has quit his role with the AFL and the League's Match Review Panel to return to the Northern Territory. | Tuesday, 2 September 2014. Joel Bowden (born 21 June, 1978) is an Australian rules footballer with the Richmond Football Club. At that stage we had seniors, reserves, supp. Weight: 91 kg Official Sites. West Alice Springs . Honours: Best & Fairest 2004-05 , AFL All Australian Team 2005-06 , International Rules vs Ireland Representative 2001 , 2004 , AFL Central Australia Hall of Fame Inductee 2005 , Radio 8HA Central Australian Football League ( CAFL ) Outback Team of Champions as the Federal Football Club's best player since records began in 1948 . Last Game: 15/08/2009, Round 20, Collingwood, RICHMOND SENIORS Joel Bowden was born on June 21, 1978 in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. He was recruited by Richmond under the father / son rule in 1995, his father Michael having been a premiership player with the Tigers in 1969.
Made his Australian Football League debut for Richmond in 1996 after being selected by the club under the father-son rule in the 1995 national draft. Joel continued as a half forward in 1997, starting the season very well having kicked 11 goals including a then career high of four against the Eagles before suffering a broken collar bone which would see him miss nine games.
So I was fortunate that Richmond said they would take a punt on me.
Joel didn’t make his debut until late in the 1996 season, struggling to make an impact in his first few appearances managed to kick three goals as a half forward in a losing effort against the kangaroos in the final game of the season. Total Goals: 174. RICHMOND RESERVES Other Works Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro.
Joel did come back in round 18 and continued his good form as he kicked 21 for the season from just 13 games.
Seasons: Debut: 27/07/1996, Round 17, Hawthorn This had the Richmond recruiters attention and the jumped at the opportunity to nab him as a father/son selection in the 1995 national draft. Since then the rule has changed and a deliberate rushed behind results in a free kick to the opposition. Joel will also infamously be remembered as the reason for the ‘rushed behind’ rule changing. Joined Richmond in 1995 as Father ( Mike Bowden ) / Son selection in 1995 National Draft . The former Richmond defender has worked at AFL House in the position of game analysis manager for the past two years and has spent this season on the MRP. In that sense I feel like I was lucky. Total Games: AFL Northern Territory ( AFLNT ) Hall of Fame inductee xxxx . “I was lucky because the father-son rule meant that the club didn’t have to use (early) draft picks. Joel announced his retirement before the game as it was evident Richmond were aiming for youth over experience under caretaker coach Jade Rawlings. Joel Bowden Biography. Because what I have seen now, so many guys have the talent or ability but they never get the opportunity . AFL Rising Star nominee 1997 . During a game against the Essendon Bombers, Joel deliberately and continuously walked back over the goal line, sacrificing a point but also wasting precious time and keeping the ball. .”. Joel wasn’t the first or last of his siblings to play for Richmond, with his older brother Sean playing in the early 90’s and his younger brother Patrick joining him after a stint with the Bulldogs. BIOGRAPHY Joel arrived at Tigerland as a father/son selection with his father Michael Bowden having played for Richmond, including the 1969 Premiership. Biography Joel Bowden is a tall, hard running midfielder who possesses one of the best left foots in the game and is considered a prospective future captain of Richmond. He was drafted at the end of 1995 under a father-son selection, and is the son of former Richmond 1969 premiership player Michael Bowden . Richmond held on to win the game by four points with some coaches praising his football smarts for thinking about the tactic and others saying it was not in the spirit of the game. Joel has had a successful post AFL playing career having been the president of the AFLPA, been a member on the Match Review Panel, Laws of the Game Committee, AFL game analysis manager and most recently AFLNT manager of Football Operations. . Joel was a very impressive junior paying in the Northern Territory, making the 1993 School boys All Australian team and winning the best player of the series and being awarded the J.L. Joel will be remembered A Tiger who bled yellow and black, never shirked from a contest and who could sell some candy as evidence against the Saints in Round 4 of 2003. There were probably 50 guys at the club training and playing together and I was just another one. Joel is a dual All-Australian (2004 and 2005), a dual Australian International Rules Representative (2001, 2004) and a dual Jack Dyer Medalist (2004 & 2005) who ended his 265 game career in 2009 after a thrashing at the hands of the rivals Collingwood.
Publicity Listings Seasons: 1996-2009 Joel has been quoted as saying he felt very lucky to get an opportunity to play for Richmond, because of the set up of club lists back then. lists. Mini Bio (1) Joel Bowden was born on June 21, 1978 in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. Total Goals: Joel arrived at Tigerland as a father/son selection with his father Michael Bowden having played for Richmond, including the 1969 Premiership. Date of Birth: 21/06/1978 PRE RICHMOND Made his Australian Football League debut for Richmond in 1996 after being selected by the club under the father-son rule in the 1995 national draft. Total Games: 265 Williams Medal. Full Name: JOEL BOWDEN | Trivia (1) Made his Australian Football League debut for Richmond in 1996 after being selected by the club under the father-son rule in the 1995 national draft. Height: 188 cm Despite playing well as a forward in his early days with the Tigers, it was defence where Joel will be remembered, being a very versatile defender who could intercept mark, control the backline, attack with his booming left boot but also take on much bigger opponents such as Jonathon Brown (Brisbane Lions) despite being just 188cm tall. Since his debut in 1996 , he has carved a reputation as one of the Tigers' favourite sons. Guernsey: 11