Richmond Tigers

Riewoldt: We need everyone to tag Fyfe

Ronny Lerner 3:58 PM   Richmond forward Jack Riewoldt has joked the Tigers will have to tag Nat Fyfe with "every player we've got" in order to contain the raging Brownlow Medal favourite on Friday night.

Tigers ready to challenge the best

Troy Chaplin of the Tigers handballs during the match against Essendon.

Matt Murnane    Richmond is confident their dramatic form reversal of the past three weeks has provided the "perfect" preparation to test undefeated Fremantle.

Richmond spoil Dustin Fletcher's 400th game

Dustin Martin of the Tigers is tackled by Travis Colyer of the Bombers  during the round nine match at the MCG.

Jake Niall   Hidden underneath the joint celebrations of Dustin Fletcher's 400th game and the Indigenous contribution to football was a critical game between sides which seemed almost deadlocked in the competition.

Dustin Fletcher injured in milestone game

Jobe Watson, Joe Daniher and James Hird watch the game from the sidelines.

Larissa Nicholson   Dustin Fletcher picks up a groin injury in the third quarter of his 400th game.

No fairytale for Dustin Fletcher

Dustin Fletcher of the Bombers is chaired off the ground after his 400th game.

Larissa Nicholson   It was no fairytale 400th game for Dustin Fletcher, who was subbed out in the final quarter of Essendon's loss to Richmond on Saturday night.

Griffen was nervous about facing Dogs: coach

GWS coach Leon Cameron with his players during a break.

Peter Hanlon   GWS coach Leon Cameron admitted Ryan Griffen had been nervous about facing his old side for the first time, but would not blame Griffen's meek performance in the much-anticipated rendezvous for the way the Western Bulldogs dominated his emerging team in a 45-point win on Saturday.

Martin urges Tigers to keep roaring

Dustin Martin (left) says Richmond must maintain their intensity.

Jon Pierik   Richmond midfielder Dustin Martin has urged his teammates to keep building momentum, heading into the mid-season break.

The man who sparked Sheedy's fascination with Aboriginal Australia

Former Richmond player Derek Peardon with sister Annette and AFL legend Kevin Sheedy.

Martin Flanagan   I once asked Essendon coach Kevin Sheedy where his fascination with Aboriginal Australia began.

AFL rejects anti-tampering rule

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick was infuriated this week by more questions about defender Alex Rance's future.

Jon Pierik   The public speculation over the future of out-of-contract players will continue, with AFL chief Gillon McLachlan ruling out introducing an anti-tampering rule through the season proper.

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When Michael Long stood up before he walked

Champion footballer Michael Long with his son, rookie-listed Jake.

Peter Hanlon   Twenty years after he inspired a change that reverberated beyond football, Michael Long is still walking.

Hardwick storms out of press conference

'Give me a spell': Damien Hardwick ended his weekly press conference after a line of questioning about out-of-contract defender Alex Rance.

Ronny Lerner   Richmond coach Damien Hardwick has stormed out of his weekly media conference on Thursday following persistent questioning about out-of-contract key defender Alex Rance.

Edwards and Dempsey look forward to Dreamtime at the 'G

Round 1 Carlton vs Richmond at the MCG.

Larissa Nicholson   Shane Edwards and Courtenay Dempsey are quietly looking forward to the Dreamtime at the 'G match at the weekend.

Brett Deledio the Robbie Flower of his generation

Tiger Brett Deledio celebrates after kicking a goal against Collingwood.

Michael Gleeson   It's hard to be under-rated when you were chosen as the best player of your year. But Brett Deledio is.

Richmond supporters roar again after win over Port

Richmond players sing the club song in the rooms after their win.

Ashley Porter   The Tiger army is back on the march having finally made the top eight again, but don't expect coach Damien Hardwick to start beating the drum despite a surprisingly easy 33-point win over Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval on Sunday.

Tigers get revenge on poor Port

Brett Deledio of the Tigers celebrates with teammate Steven Morris after a goal.

Ashley Porter   Just when the curtains were about to fall on Richmond they produced another starring performance – against a seriously troubled Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval on Sunday night.

Griffiths in frame for Tigers' AFL recall

Set to return: Richmond's Ben Griffiths.

Richmond are set to wheel out their best three big forwards together at AFL level for the first time in 11 months.

Ex-Tiger King to fight injury payout decision

Jake King annouces his retirement last year.

Jon Pierik   Former Richmond forward Jake King wants to take his case for compensation for a career-ending injury to the AFL grievance tribunal, after he lost his initial battle at arbitration.

Deledio says he shouldn't have played opener

Brett Deledio celebrates a goal against Collingwood.

Daniel Cherny   Richmond star Brett Deledio has admitted that he erred in playing against Carlton in round one.

Buckley says Cloke 'gets nothing' from umpires

Nathan Buckley speaks to key men Scott Pendlebury, Jarryd Blair, Dane Swan and Travis Cloke during the game.

Daniel Cherny   Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has slammed the treatment of star forward Travis Cloke following his side's five-point defeat to Richmond, suggesting that "he dead-set gets nothing from the umps".

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Tigers claw back to down Pies

Jack Riewoldt of the Tigers leaps for joy after kicking a goal in the final quarter.

Michael Gleeson   A quarter can turn a game and a season. The third quarter last week was as bad as Richmond could play, they lost the game and their season was listing.