Shane Tuck (Death and Cause) Biography, Shane Tuck Wiki
Shane Tuck was a professional Australian rules footballer who played for the Richmond Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Richmond AFL player Shane Tuck has died, aged 38.
Tuck played 173 senior matches for the Tigers between 2004 and 2013.
He belonged to a famous AFL family, with his father Michael regarded as a legend of the Hawthorn Football Club, with whom he won seven premierships.
His brother Travis also played for the Hawks and he was a cousin of Geelong great Gary Ablett Junior.Tuck originally played for Gippsland Football League club Drouin before moving to the Dandenong Stingrays in the elite junior TAC Cup. Taken at pick 24 at the 2000 Rookie Draft by Hawthorn, the club of his father, VFL/AFL games record holder Michael Tuck, Tuck spent two seasons at Hawthorn without playing league football before he was cut from the Hawthorn list at the end of the 2001 AFL season.
Tuck played for SANFL club West Adelaide in 2003 before being drafted at number 73 at the AFL Draft by Richmond. Tuck debuted in 2004 but did not impress in his opportunities and at the end of the season his AFL future was in question, with the last place on the senior list up for grabs between himself and Tim Fleming. It was due only to the fact Tuck was the son of Michael Tuck, who himself had been a relatively late-bloomer that he was considered ‘worth the punt’ and retained.
In 2005, Tuck had a stellar season and played all 22 games Richmond were involved in. In Round 9 against Brisbane, he signalled his amazing transformation by producing a match-winning 31 disposal performance. He became one of the AFL’s premier midfielders and won Richmond’s best clubman award, as well as finishing third in the Best and Fairest.
Tuck played 104 consecutive games between round 1, 2005 and round 16, 2009 and finished his AFL career with 173 games.
He later played for the Goodwood Saints Football Club in the South Australian Amateur Football League (SAAFL).
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Shane Tuck Death
The Richmond Football Club mourns today after the tragic death of 38-year-old midfielder Shane Tuck.
Tuck, the son of legendary former Hawthorn captain Michael Tuck, played 173 games for Richmond and scored 74 goals between 2004 and 2013.
Richmond CEO Brendon Gale said that he was “incredibly upset” by the sudden death of Tuck’s former club.
“We send his deepest condolences to Shane’s family and loved ones – his wife Kat, their children Will and Ava, their parents Michael and Fay, and the extended Tuck family,” Gale said in a club statement.
“Shane was a fighter on the field, giving everything to the team every week, and a humble, fun-loving person from the field.”
Richmond will face GWS Giants this week in the Grand Final game and will wear black sleeves as a tribute.
Tuck’s father’s club, Hawthorn, also made a statement on his death.
“On behalf of the Tuck family, Hawthorn Football Club was very upset to inform the football community about the passage of Shane Tuck,” he said.
Shane Tuck Cause of Death
Shane cause of Death is not disclosed.
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