Both Tiger’s stars, Dustin Martin and Alex Rance have been honoured with the Richmond’s life membership. On Wednesday night both Dustin Martin and Alex Rance were awarded the honour at Richmond’s yearly general assembly and they become the third one and the fourth one present Richmond players to collect life membership and this happen before with Jack Riewoldt and Shane Edwards. Jack Dyer Medal was for the winner Dustin Martin this year that he will be free from restrictions around the beginning of 2018 and he will focusing study the future contract before recommitting to the club. Martin was born in Victoria to a Maori father, Shane and an Australian mother, Kathy Knight. He played football in the Bendigo Football League before leaving school after that he movie to Sydney with his father, Shane. In Sydney, he played under 18’s for the majority of the season and for the senior team on one occasion. Rance was drafted with Richmond’s second selection. He failed to play senior football in his first season at the club. Rance created his AFL debut in Round 2 of the 2009 season in a loss to Geelong. He marked an entry of 18 disposals and six marks in the match. In Round 7 of that season, Rance was implicated in a head fighting with Troy Selwood. He suffered three small cheekbones breaking and deprived more than two matches as a result of the incident.