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Tigers drop Tyrone Vickery for Gabba match

Tyrone Vickery of the Tigers gets away from Jake Stringer of the Bulldogs during the round three match on Saturday.

Tyrone Vickery was axed as Richmond coach Damien Hardwick opted to reshape his forward line for Thursday night's clash with Brisbane.

Tigers send Vickery to VFL to recharge

Richmond's Ty Vickery is expected to recover his form in the VFL.

Matt Murnane Richmond has sent Ty Vickery back to the VFL for the first time since 2010.

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Gabba is Tigers' chance to roar

No Gabba fears: Damien Hardwick's Tigers are keen to take on the Lions.

Jesse Hogan Richmond's bid to extricate itself from the "biggest hole" of Damien Hardwick's coaching career will begin at a ground where it boasts the best record of any current team – the Gabba.

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Hard work and teammates help Richmond's Trent Cotchin bounce back against Lions

Welcome back mate: Daniel Jackson was pleased with the effort of captain Trent Cotchin in bouncing back to form.

Daniel Cherny Blanketed last weekend by Collingwood's Brent Macaffer, Richmond skipper Trent Cotchin charged back into form on Thursday night with 32 disposals against the Brisbane Lions.

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Matthew Richardson says Tigers can beat the AFL's best teams

Fighting Fury: Trent Cotchin says the Tigers are up for the fight.

Jon Pierik Just days after bemoaning Richmond had not improved this season, club great Matthew Richardson has declared the Tigers are capable of defeating the league's elite.

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Tigers coach Damien Hardwick praises Riewoldt

Jack Riewoldt kicked four goals after half-time against the Dogs.

Richmond are tiring of the Jack Riewoldt debate, although coach Damien Hardwick did his best to laugh it off at Thursday's media conference.

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Tigers' coach denies finals hopes in tatters

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick

Jason Phelan Richmond coach Damien Hardwick denies his side's finals hopes are in tatters despite the Tigers' lacklustre performance in Friday night's 38-point loss to Collingwood.

Tigers face major test after Collingwood defeat

Roger Vaughan Richmond’s next three matches will show whether they are toothless Tigers this season or the real deal.

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Pies tear apart paper Tigers

Steely resolve: Steele Sidebottom beats Nathan Gordon.

Jake Niall This match was viewed as consequential, not so much for the winner, but for the loser. At 2-2 after four rounds, a team is respectable. At 1-3, you're in the bunker.

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Tigers shirked contests says skipper Trent Cotchin

Trent Cotchin leads Richmond from the field after the Collingwood loss.

Jake Niall Richmond skipper Trent Cotchin has singled out instances when players shirked contests as a factor in the Tigers' disappointing loss to Collingwood, saying that some players ''weren't willing to go''...

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Trent Cotchin can't do it all for Tigers

Rohan Connolly

Rohan Connolly A great deal has changed at Richmond over the last five years.

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Richmond Tigers AFL club leads way in affirmative action in sport study

Tigers pioneers: Peggy O’Neal and Brendon Gale.

Samantha Lane Richmond Football Club is leading a pioneering affirmative action project, with Australian Sports Commission and AFL backing, to investigate the real and perceived blocks to women reaching the...

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Tigers' finals already in the balance, says Matthew Richardson

Tyrone Vickery of the Tigers gets away from Jake Stringer of the Bulldogs during the round three match on Saturday.

Jason Phelan Richmond's finals hopes are already hanging in the balance, according to club legend Matthew Richardson.

Loss has Tigers chasing tail

Nathan Gordon of the Tigers is tackled by Matthew Boyd of the Bulldogs.

Rohan Connolly After only three rounds, Richmond is already facing an uphill battle to stay in touch with the top of the AFL ladder at 1-2 and facing a challenging next month.

Tigers narrowly edge out a determined Carlton in fierce grudge match

Trent Cotchin struggles to break Dale Thomas' tackle.

Greg Baum After Richmond's four-goal opening salvo, this encounter was condensed to a single question: when the Tigers play Carlton, how far in front is too far?

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Tigers atone for past sins with win over Blues

Richmond v Carlton AFL round 2 MCG , Richmonds Dustin Martin celebrates the sealing  goal
Photo Pat Scala The Age
Thursday the 27th of March 2014

Jake Niall The script was the same. It was all set up for another humiliation. We could all see it coming, as the Blues gradually whittled down the lead.

Tigers stung into action

Roger Vaughan Richmond coach Damien Hardwick might start criticising all of his players in public all of the time if this is the response he provokes.

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Anthony Koutoufides says Richmond Tigers have mental hurdles against Carlton Blues

Jon Pierik Carlton great Anthony Koutoufides says Richmond has been scarred by last year’s two fade-outs against the Blues and faces a critical moment when the two teams clash on Thursday.

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Anthony Koutoufides says Richmond Tigers have mental hurdles against Carlton Blues

No place to hide: Richmond?s Brett Deledio and Chris Newman after the elimination final loss against Carlton last September.

Jon Pierik Carlton great Anthony Koutoufides says Richmond has been scarred by last year’s two fade-outs against the Blues.

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Beating the bogey the challenge for Tigers, Dons and Swans

Scoot with the loot: Carlton's Chris Judd has enjoyed some fun at the Tigers' expense in recent years. Training for the big game looks pretty cool too.

Rohan Connolly By popular consensus this is the weekend which should have launched the AFL season. Round two is a cracker, full of big games and great rivalries.