AIO is proud to announce Social Media and Marketing Specialist Rebecca Miller has been listed as part of Richmond Football Club’s (RFC) inaugural AFLW list.

Richmond is halfway to filling its senior list with Miller one of four players elevated from the Club’s VFLW program earlier this week.

Miller, 24, has been one of the finds of the VFLW season, quickly stamping herself as one of the league’s best key defenders after crossing over from Sydney based club, Western Wolves.

The 184cm interceptor has featured among Richmond’s best players in six of nine games this season and made three appearances in the VFLW’s ‘Team of the Week’.

AIO CEO Grant Savari says it is very exciting news for the AIO employee.

“Everyone in the office is ecstatic for Bec and to see her progress the way she has it has just been nice to know her hard work is paying off.

“We love being able to offer her flexible working hours to ensure she can get to her football commitments to get the most out of her experience at Punt Road,” he said.

Richmond Head of Women’s Football, Kate Sheahan, said AFLW contracts were a reward for effort and dedication for the Tigers’ newest AFLW footballers.

“The development each player has shown since arriving at the Club is a credit to the girls, our coach Tom Hunter and our whole Women’s Football staff and program,” Sheahan said.

“We are so excited to see these girls continue to flourish when we move into AFLW.”

Richmond can sign one more player from its VFLW list. The rest of the Tigers’ AFLW side will be comprised of draft picks from the 2019 AFLW Draft in October or eligible rookie selections.

AIO is a proud partner of Richmond Football Club.

WATCH what Miller had to say on her elevation to the AFLW list.

Credit richmondfc.com.au

Grant Savari

  • CEO of AIO Group

    With over a decade of experience in the labour hire industry and appointed as Chairman of the Labour Hire Group Victoria in 2019, Grant’s reach is extensive. With years of managerial experience to his name, he has the practical knowledge and ability to ensure business growth year on year.

    In today’s demanding environment, he has a constant knack for thinking outside the box to implement creative solutions for complex challenges. Rising through the ranks from Operations Supervisor, to Operations Manager and then to General Manager, Grant understands what it takes for a business to thrive in today’s highly competitive market. He also has a natural ability to develop and maintain strong rapport with many clients as well as the ever-growing AIO staff.

    As a Richmond Football Club man through and through, Grant bleeds yellow and black and in winter you will find him wherever the Tigers are (home or away). Then in the summer, Grant switches his attention to the cricket. However, all year round, he enjoys spending time with family and friends.