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Beginnings: The Richmond Football Club was officially formed at the Royal Hotel in Richmond on 20 February 1885. A successful application for immediate admission to the Victorian Football Association followed – the VFA was the premier Australian football competition at this time. The club home was Punt Road Oval.

Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 91,936 in round 4 1977
  • * Most Games: 403 by Kevin Bartlett from 1965 to 1983
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 119,165 for the 1969 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
13 Richmond 22 8 14 0 1713 2155 79.5 32

Knee reconstruction for Drummond

VFL R2: Drummond injury Nathan Drummond suffered an injury to his knee in the first half of the VFL win over Sandringham.

Talented, young Richmond utility Nathan Drummond will require a knee reconstruction after scans revealed he had ruptured the ACL in his left knee while playing for the Tigers’ VFL team in last Saturday’s clash with Sandringham at Trevor Barker Beach Oval.

It’s another major setback for Drummond, who ruptured the ACL in his other knee on senior debut with Richmond during the 2015 Anzac Day Eve match against Melbourne.

Drummond returned to senior action with the Tigers in Round 18 last year and played four games all-up for the season.

The hard-running 22-year-old had been showing promising signs across the backline at VFL level over the past few weeks.

“It’s really disappointing for the lad,” said Richmond coach Damien Hardwick.

“He’s a great kid . . . it’s a...


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Caddy saw optimism in new shack

AFL 2017 Round 01 - Carlton v Richmond

Josh Caddy says he saw a bright future for Richmond when considering a move to Tigerland

RICHMOND recruit Josh Caddy could see his new club was on the cusp of an improve as he considered a move from Geelong last year, and he is grateful the club stuck with coach Damien Hardwick to see it out.

Caddy has reached each milestone of his career so far at different clubs, making his debut with Gold Coast, reaching his 50th game with Geelong, and he will play his 100th against Melbourne on Anzac Eve for his third club.

He was a surprise acquisition for Richmond during last year's NAB AFL Trade Period after being raised in talks over former Tiger Brett Deledio, and he has formed an instant bond with Hardwick.

The 24-year-old said he had viewed the Tigers positively as an opposition player and knew that off-season changes would get the club back on track in 2017.    

"To be honest, I didn't...


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Tigers overrun Demons on Anzac eve

JACK Riewoldt was the hero on Monday night as Richmond overturned a 20-point deficit at the final change to beat Melbourne by 13 points and keep alive the Tigers' unbeaten start to the season. 

The star forward and two-time Coleman medallist was crucial in keeping Richmond in the contest until three quarter-time before delivering two goals in the final term as the Tigers won 12.16 (88) to 11.9 (75) at the MCG.

In front of the biggest ever crowd for a game between the sides (85,657 fans), Riewoldt finished with six goals and as the standout player in the Anzac Day eve contest as an injury-hit Melbourne limped to the final siren. 

The Dees had control of the game until three quarter-time but could never turn that into a big enough lead to completely douse Richmond's hopes. 

And when ruckman Jake Spencer (shoulder) left the field in the second quarter with injury to join Tim Smith...


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Dimma happy with leaders as focus turns to Crows

Round 5: Hardwick post-match Damien Hardwick speaks to the media after the Round 5 win against Melbourne.

AFL 2017 Round 05 - Richmond v Melbourne

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 24: Damien Hardwick, Senior Coach of the Tigers celebrates with Jack Riewoldt of the Tigers during the 2017 AFL round 05 match between the Richmond Tigers and the Melbourne Demons at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on April 24, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

RICHMOND is preparing itself for its biggest test yet, with a clash against fellow unbeaten side Adelaide to provide a clear gauge about where the Tigers belong in the AFL's pecking order.

Spurred on by the momentum of an inspiring come-from-behind 13-point win over Melbourne on Anzac Day eve, Tigers coach Damien Hardwick said his unbeaten side would face a new challenge against the League's yardstick.

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Martin likely to play

Hardwick press conference, April 23 Damien Hardwick speaks to the media ahead of Richmond's Anzac Day eve clash against Melbourne.

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Dustin Martin at Richmond's open training session on Sunday morning.

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick expects powerhouse midfielder Dustin Martin, who has been nursing groin soreness throughout the week, to be available to take his place in the Tigers’ team for tomorrow night’s big Anzac Day Eve clash with Melbourne at the MCG.

“He’ll train today. We’re pretty confident he’ll be right for the game,” Hardwick said.

“He’s got to tick another box today, but we’ve been very happy how he’s progressed thus far.

“We’ve got Anthony Miles on standby in case he doesn’t come up, but we’re pretty confident that he’ll get through the session today and play.

“We’ll make a call today.”

Hardwick declared that Martin’s groin issue was relatively minor.

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Finding the forgotten fallen

In the lead-up to Anzac Day each year, the AFL clubs publish articles about former players who sacrificed their lives for our country.

Their names may adorn the club run-throughs on game-day, or be a mere cut and paste list on a website.

The names of the men, however, never include those who played in the lower grades. It is always the senior players.

What about the boys of the reserves, the thirds, the battlers who trained and never made it to senior level?

I began my search in 2015. To fill in the gaps with those Richmond players who deserved to be recognised, I searched the online newspapers, the Club minute books, the Club annual reports, microfilm, and diaries.

Below is a list of names that, hopefully, will be part of the Club’s Anzac Day acknowledgments each year from now on . . .

Six men. Six soldiers. Six Tigers.

There may be more to be uncovered. But here is the...


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Top 10 Demon-Tigers

Last time we met: Melbourne Highlights of the Anzac Day eve match in Round 5, 2016.

Ahead of the Anzac Day Eve blockbuster between Richmond and Melbourne, Tony Greenberg lists (in alphabetical order) the top 10 players he’s seen represent both clubs.

1. Ross BREWER

At Melbourne: 121 games and 196 goals. Three-time winner of the Demons’ leading goalkicker award. At Richmond: Six games and eight goals.

2. Cameron CLAYTON

At Richmond: 57 games and 20 goals. Member of the Tigers’ 1974 premiership side. At Melbourne: 44 games and 18 goals.

3. Daryl CUMMING

At Richmond: 88 games and 64 goals. Member of the Tigers’ 1973 premiership side. At Melbourne: 10 games and seven goals.

4. Laurie FOWLER

At Richmond: 49 games and seven goals. Member of the Tigers’ 1973 premiership side. At Melbourne: 140 games and 18 goals. Three-time winner of the Demons’ Best and Fairest.

5. Ben HOLLAND

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A salute to Les Lee

Les Lee was a robust, athletic ruckman, who was recruited to Richmond from the Richmond Juniors club.

He made his senior league debut with the Tigers in Round 17 of the 1913 season against Melbourne at Punt Road Oval.

It was an impressive debut, too, with a match report in the local paper stating: “Lee, who formerly starred with the Richmond Central team, gave a good display in his first game, and with experience should prove an acquisition”.

The then 18-year-old played only one more senior game – the following week – in the final round of the season, against University, also at Punt Road.

For some reason, however, Lee decided to turn his back on the VFL at the end of 1913, and he returned to local football with the Balmain club in the Richmond District league in 1914, before joining VFA club Williamstown in 1915.

But when World War 1 broke out, Lee’s thoughts turned from football to...


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Hugh the hero

Hugh James had played for Essendon in the VFA, before joining Richmond in its formative years of VFL football.

He was a powerful ruckman, renowned for his courage, composure, fine skills, and team-first attitude.

It was these qualities which also were to hold James in such good stead during his wartime service for Australia.

James’ first stint at Richmond was from 1909-16.  He then served in the Australian Imperial Force until 1919, reaching the rank of Lieutenant.

His actions during the war led to him twice being awarded the Military Cross for bravery in the battlefield, above and beyond the call of duty.

On the first occasion, the official dispatch stated the honor to James was gained “by conspicuous gallantry in repairing a bridge under heavy fire, thereby setting an inspiring example to his men”.

James, who also was wounded while on active service, resumed his VFL career with...


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Markov recalled

Opposition analysis: Melbourne Midfield Stoppage Coach, Andrew McQualter and Matthew Richardson analyse the Anzac Day eve match against Melbourne.

Richmond has made one change to its line-up for the Anzac Day eve blockbuster against Melbourne at the MCG on Monday night with talented, young, rebounding defender Oleg Markov coming in for his first senior game this season.

Out of the side that defeated Brisbane by 52 points at the Gabba last Sunday is Nick Vlastuin due to concussion.

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Markov, who turns 21 next month, played eight games in his debut season of AFL football with the Tigers last year.

He produced some eye-catching performances, showcasing his speed, kicking skills and composure.

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VFL Tigers make it two from two

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Mabior Chol and Shai Bolton celebrate a goal against Sandringham on Saturday

The VFL Tigers remain undefeated in the VFL 2017 season after defeating Sandringham by 25 points at Trevor Barker Oval on Saturday.

Inspired by a three-goal Mabior Chol performance and debutant Shai Bolton (two goals), Craig McRae’s side lead at every break before breaking away from the Zebras in a frenetic final term.

McRae said he was impressed by his team’s fight and endeavour when challenged by the home side.

“It was a real fight, which is something we want to do - it’s a part of our culture,” he said.

“I’m really proud of the efforts of the guys. It was a really good win.”

In a well balanced first quarter, the VFL Tigers were almost made to rue missed opportunities after booting five behinds in a row, while Sandringham’s Rowan Marshall made no mistake with the Zebras' first effort of the day.

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Tribute to top Tiger trooper

In the lead-up to Anzac Day 2017, Tony Greenberg recounts the story of Bill Nolan, brave, talented Richmond player of the early 1900s, who was killed in during World War 1.

Bill Nolan was recruited to Richmond from the Brighton Juniors Football Club, and made his senior debut with the Tigers, wearing the No. 7 guernsey,  in the opening round of the 1914 season against St Kilda at the Junction Oval.

Nolan had an instant impact at VFL level, playing 17 games all-up that season, and a further 13 in 1915, before heading to Egypt and then France to serve his country in what originally was known as the “Great War”.

He was a strongly-built ruckman, who knew how to apply tough (but fair) physical pressure to opponents.

‘Barney’, as he was affectionately known, was a great protector of his smaller teammates, who always walked taller when he was around.

A tram driver in Melbourne, he reached...


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Top 10 Tigers who typified the Anzac spirit

Top 10 Tigers who exemplify the Anzac spirit Tony Greenberg lists the Top 10 Tigers from the last 50 years who personify the Anzac spirit.

In the lead-up to Richmond’s big Anzac Day Eve clash with Melbourne at the MCG on Monday night, Tony Greenberg lists the top 10 Tigers he’s seen (former players, in alphabetical order), who were the embodiment of the Anzac spirit. He used the same criteria as that for the Anzac Medal, presented at the annual Collingwood-Essendon Anzac Day blockbuster – skill, courage, self-sacrifice, teamwork and fair play. 

  1. Francis BOURKE: 1967-1981, 300 games, 71 goals
  2. Paul BRODERICK: 1994-2001, 169 games, 90 goals
  3. Roger DEAN: 1957-1973, 245 games, 204 goals
  4. Tony FREE: 1987-1996, 133 games, 46 goals
  5. Mervyn KEANE: 1972-1984, 238 games, 36 goals
  6. Duncan KELLAWAY: 1993-2003, 180 games, 12 goals
  7. Alan ‘Bull’ RICHARDSON: 1959-1969, 103 games, 30 goals
  8. Maurice RIOLI:...

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VFL Tigers take on Zebras

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Richmond youngster Shai Bolton will line up for the VFL Tigers this Saturday afternoon. Photo: Cameron Grimes

The VFL Tigers will look to continue their blistering form this Saturday, when they travel to Sandringham’s Trevor Barker Oval.

Richmond VFL has named an extended 29-player interim squad for the Round 2 clash, which will be finalised prior to the opening bounce.

The AFL side will play its Round 5 match against Melbourne on Monday - with its team to be finalised at 5pm on Saturday. 

Tiger tall Ben Griffiths has been included in the initial VFL line-up, alongside young, small forward Shai Bolton and veteran ruckman Ivan Maric.

Craig McRae’s side started the season with a bang last Sunday, taking down North Ballarat by 188 points.

The VFL Tigers couldn’t be stopped in the Round 1 hit-out, as Anthony Miles, Ben Lennon and Sam Lloyd led the charge.

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Direct ball movement a key to start: Caracella

Opposition analysis: Melbourne Midfield Stoppage Coach, Andrew McQualter and Matthew Richardson analyse the Anzac Day eve match against Melbourne.

AFL 2017 Round 01 - Carlton v Richmond

Brandon Ellis has been a key contributor in Richmond's unbeaten start to the season

RICHMOND'S direct ball movement has been a key factor in its undefeated start to the season, according to assistant coach Blake Caracella.

"We're moving the ball quicker, there's no doubt about that," Caracella told radio station SEN on Friday morning.

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"We're not going sideways as much and our ball movement is probably fairly exciting now than last year.

"We don't turn the ball over as much (because) I think last year we turned the ball over a lot in our back half and got scored against.

"But this year I think we're number one...


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Baird family to light Cauldron

The Last Commando Cameron Baird The parents of Victoria Cross hero Cameron Baird will light the cauldron during Monday night's special Anzac Day Eve pre-game ceremony.

The parents of Victoria Cross hero Cameron Baird will light the cauldron during Monday night’s special Anzac Day eve pre-game ceremony.

Corporal Cameron Baird, VC, MG, was killed while serving in Afghanistan on June 22, 2013.

In February 2014, Baird was awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest award in Australia’s honours system. He became the fourth Australian to receive this accolade.

Doug and Kaye Baird will honour their late son, when they light the cauldron ahead of Richmond’s Round 5 match against Melbourne at the MCG. 

Cameron Baird, born in Burnie, Tasmania, on June 7, 1981, was a talented junior athlete and aspiring footballer.

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Richmond v Melbourne history snapshot

Here is a concise summary of the recent, and overall, history of Richmond and Melbourne on-field battles . . .

 

Recent history

Round 5, 2016

Richmond        2.3       7.5       11.9     14.12 (96)
Melbourne       5.1       11.3     14.7     20.9 (129)

Goals – Richmond: Lloyd 3, Riewoldt 3, Vickery 3, Chaplin, Edwards, B. Ellis, Martin, Miles.
Leading possession-winners – Richmond: Cotchin 32, Miles 25, Riewoldt 24, Edwards 23, Grigg 22.
Goals – Melbourne: Garlett 4, Vince 3, Watts 3, Gawn 2, Tyson 2, Brayshaw, Bugg, Frost, Harmes, Kent, Salem.
Leading possession-winners – Melbourne: Viney 37, Tyson 31, Jones 26, Kent 25, Vince 24, Salem 23. 

Round 4, 2015, MCG

Richmond        3.5       5.9       6.13     6.15 (51)
Melbourne       4.2       6.5       10.9     12.11 (83)

Goals – Richmond: Edwards 2, Arnot, Gordon, Griffiths, Hunt.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: Miles 25, Cotchin 24,...


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'Durable' Dusty expected to face Demons

Opposition analysis: Melbourne Midfield Stoppage Coach, Andrew McQualter and Matthew Richardson analyse the Anzac Day eve match against Melbourne.

RICHMOND is confident star midfielder Dustin Martin will be fit to take on Melbourne in Monday's Anzac Day eve clash at the MCG as he recovers from groin soreness.

Martin, who was below his best against the Brisbane Lions in round four, underwent scans on Wednesday and told Channel Seven: "I've just got a bit of a sore groin … I should be fine".

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The Tigers have an eight-day break before taking on the Demons, which should help the 25-year-old, who was able to complete a running session on Thursday morning.

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Opposition Analysis: Melbourne, Round 5

Opposition analysis: Melbourne Midfield Stoppage Coach, Andrew McQualter and Matthew Richardson analyse the Anzac Day eve match against Melbourne.

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Trent Cotchin fires out a handball during last year's loss to Melbourne

Richmond assistant coach Andrew McQualter provides ‘Roar Vision’ with a concise appraisal of Melbourne’s key on-field attributes ahead of the big Anzac Day Eve clash at the MCG next Monday night.

 

Midfield contested-ball beasts

“They’re one of the best contested teams in the comp. at the moment. They’ve got a great mix, with some really good midfielders in there (Jones, Viney, Oliver and co.), so it’s going to be a big challenge for our guys.”

Oliver’s impact through the midfield

“He’s a powerful, young fellow. He did a bit of work with our VFL side two years ago, and we saw that ability. He has the ability to win the ball, but also, his vision and ability to be...


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Flashback to Anzac Day 1977

Long before Collingwood and Essendon established the AFL Anzac Day tradition, Richmond was involved in a blockbuster April 25 clash of its own. Tony Greenberg reflects on the 40th anniversary of the historic 1977 Richmond v Collingwood Anzac Day match.

 

There had been a substantial sprinkling of spice added to the intense traditional rivalry between neighbouring league clubs Richmond and Collingwood leading into their Round 4 clash of the 1977 season.

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Four-time Richmond premiership coach Tommy Hafey had departed Punt Road at the end of 1976 and taken over the coaching reins at Collingwood, which was coming off a disastrous wooden-spoon season – the first in the Magpies’ history.

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Round 3
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 17 April (7:50 pm) Collingwood 21.14 (140) def. St Kilda 10.6 (66) MCG (crowd: 45,197)
Saturday, 18 April (1:45 pm) Carlton 11.18 (84) def. by Essendon 16.9 (105) MCG (crowd: 54,854)
Saturday, 18 April (1:40 pm) Adelaide 12.8 (80) def. Melbourne 7.13 (55) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 42,834)
Saturday, 18 April (4:35 pm) Sydney 16.15 (111) def. Greater Western Sydney 12.18 (90) SCG (crowd: 31,966)
Saturday, 18 April (7:20 pm) North Melbourne 16.9 (105) def. by Port Adelaide 17.11 (113) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 22,586)
Saturday, 18 April (7:20 pm) Brisbane Lions 8.10 (58) def. by Richmond 21.11 (137) Gabba (crowd: 22,441)
Sunday, 19 April (1:10 pm) Hawthorn 19.13 (127) def. Western Bulldogs 8.9 (57) Aurora Stadium (crowd: 15,559)
Sunday, 19 April (3:20 pm) Geelong 16.9 (105) def. Gold Coast 13.18 (96) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 20,813)
Sunday, 19 April (2:40 pm) West Coast 12.9 (81) def. by Fremantle 17.9 (111) Domain Stadium (crowd: 39,138)

Round 4
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 24 April (7:50 pm) Richmond 6.15 (51) def. by Melbourne 12.11 (83) MCG (crowd: 58,175)
Saturday, 25 April (1:10 pm) St Kilda 12.9 (81) def. by Carlton 18.13 (121) Westpac Stadium (crowd: 12,125)
Saturday, 25 April (2:40 pm) Essendon 6.13 (49) def. by Collingwood 9.15 (69) MCG (crowd: 88,395)
Saturday, 25 April (5:40 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.23 (119) def. Gold Coast 7.11 (53) StarTrack Oval (crowd: 6,917)
Saturday, 25 April (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 15.9 (99) def. Hawthorn 13.13 (91) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,831)
Saturday, 25 April (6:45 pm) Fremantle 11.8 (74) def. Sydney 8.12 (60) Domain Stadium (crowd: 39,009)
Sunday, 26 April (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 9.11 (65) def. by West Coast 17.16 (118) Gabba (crowd: 16,632)
Sunday, 26 April (3:20 pm) Geelong 9.13 (67) def. by North Melbourne 12.11 (83) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 23,452)
Sunday, 26 April (4:40 pm) Western Bulldogs 18.17 (125) def. Adelaide 10.8 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 19,915)

Round 5
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 1 May (7:50 pm) Carlton 6.9 (45) def. by Collingwood 18.12 (120) MCG (crowd: 71,759)
Saturday, 2 May (1:45 pm) Richmond 11.10 (76) def. by Geelong 12.13 (85) MCG (crowd: 45,228)
Saturday, 2 May (2:10 pm) Sydney 10.13 (73) def. by Western Bulldogs 11.11 (77) SCG (crowd: 25,541)
Saturday, 2 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 18.10 (118) def. Brisbane Lions 7.12 (54) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 12,464)
Saturday, 2 May (7:20 pm) North Melbourne 10.10 (70) def. by Hawthorn 19.16 (130) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 38,077)
Saturday, 2 May (5:40 pm) West Coast 18.12 (120) def. Greater Western Sydney 4.9 (33) Domain Stadium (crowd: 34,554)
Sunday, 3 May (1:10 pm) Melbourne 6.14 (50) def. by Fremantle 18.10 (118) MCG (crowd: 22,892)
Sunday, 3 May (3:20 pm) St Kilda 11.14 (80) def. by Essendon 11.16 (82) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,869)
Sunday, 3 May (4:10 pm) Adelaide 13.13 (91) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,617)

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