Richmond Tigers – Trent Cotchin Tribute Jamie Cooper Framed Lithograph

Richmond Tigers – Trent Cotchin Tribute Jamie Cooper Framed Lithograph

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A Tribute To An Iconic Tiger Leader

Three time premiership captain. Three time Jack Dyer medalist  2012 Brownlow medalist. All Australian Victorian State of Origin Captain

A Limited Edition of 300 Lithographs will be produced from the original oil painting. Each piece will be personally hand signed by Trent Cotchin and the artist

  • Approximate framed size 110cm x 80cm. Finished with a black matte board and quality black timber frame with gold fillet
  • Each print will be unique in that it will contain Trent’s personal game statistics plus the round and opposition
  • Eg. 198/300 – 2017 Grand final v Adelaide. Kicks: 14  Marks: 4  Handballs: 7
  • Numbered and Signed by the artist and Trent Cotchin


I spoke directly to Trent about the defining moments in his career and what he felt most proud of about being a Tiger player, leader and person.

He felt that in terms of on-field, the goal he kicked in the last quarter of the 2017 Qualifying Final v Geelong was a memorable moment. It was not so much the resultant goal that iced the game which resonated with him (and the fans), but his fearless attack on the ball that enabled it. I saw it as a ferocious act of courage, with a near certain head on collision with Mitch Duncan, only avoided by Trent’s 150% commitment to getting there a split second before, to spin away from the bemused Cat midfielder and bang it on his left foot and through the sticks.

But I wanted to also reflect upon his off-field commitment to being a true leader for the Club and Tiger community. The incredible success he has achieved on the field is a result of 15 seasons (and more) of hard work. Of getting up off the canvas again and again to keep on striving, learning and growing, both as a player and a person. We all remember the criticism Trent received as a young Captain. He told me of a quote that helped him through those tough times.

“Often from your darkest times comes your greatest lessons and growth”.

That’s why we see the young Trent, in the darkness of the background is picking himself up off the ground and looking forward in time to what he will achieve, if he keeps the belief, in both himself and club he loves. The rest as they say… is history.