Greg Baum Class and poise get unbeaten West Coast Eagles across the line.
Michael Gleeson Playing well and losing has left Richmond with only one win from five attempts.
Richmond’s Shaun Grigg hopes the lessons taken from the Tigers’ agonisingly close losses to AFL powerhouses will last much longer than the pain.
Richmond AFL coach Damien Hardwick says the fact skipper Chris Newman was so demoralised by the loss to West Coast shows the Tigers are on the right path.
Port Adelaide coach Matthew Primus has rubbished Richmond's suggestions that Sunday's clash is do or die for both AFL clubs.
Damien Hardwick says the fact skipper Chris Newman was so demoralised by the loss to West Coast shows the Tigers are on the right path.
Ashley Porter, Adelaide Richmond wins, but performance far from convincing on cold, drizzly afternoon.
Martin Blake Richmond has just won the footballing equivalent of the lottery.
Star Richmond forward Jack Riewoldt has denied speculation he has been playing injured early in the AFL season.
Michael Gleeson Richmond not without injury concerns of their own to tall forwards as they await Sydney.
A huge crowd walks from Federation Square to the MCG for the Dreamtime AFL between Essendon and Richmond,
Adam Cooper Tiger fans are roaring louder than ever, as Richmond has broken its membership record.
Richmond claims a third successive victory with an upset 49-point win over Fremantle at the MCG.
Richmond storms home to beat North Melbourne after trailing all night at Etihad Stadium.
Collingwood storms away to a big win over Richmond at the MCG, kicking 17 goals in two quarters.
Richmond deals Adelaide's finals hopes a serious blow, with a 20-point win in cold, wet conditions at the MCG.
Collingwood thrashes Richmond at the MCG to move one step closer to securing a top four berth.
North Melbourne ends Richmond's four-game winning streak and boosts its own finals hopes with a 50-point win in driving rain at the MCG.
St Kilda survives a scare to get the better of Richmond by 38 points.
Pre-season victors the Western Bulldogs handed the hapless Tigers another crushing defeat (120-48) at the MCG on Easter Sunday.