Grand Final – Richmond v Geelong: Unprecedented

It wasn’t the best lead up for Gill Dite – an unprecedented solitary couch viewing and choruses of Geelong praise on the radio for starters – but with the rain cleared and the lights on, the unprecedented big finals player himself, Dusty, stood up.

Round 1 – Richmond v Carlton: The AFL stops for no-one

Gill should have be watching Richmond unfurl their second premiership flag in three years at the MCG. Instead, like everyone one else, Gill had to watch the game on TV as her report explains.

Finals Week 1 – Richmond v Hawthorn: Knowing

Tiger Gill is happy with Richmond’s imposing victory against the Hawks in the Qualifying Final.

Round 21 – Richmond v Gold Coast: Kick it to Jack

Gillian Dite escaped the Melbourne winter this weekend to head to the Gold Coast to see her Tiges take on the Suns at Metricon Stadium – and they certainly put on a show for her.

Round 19 – Richmond v Collingwood: You can’t out-Richmond Richmond

As top-placed Richmond dismisses another challenger, Gill spots “early blossom on some of the trees on the way home from the station, a sign that September is just around the corner…”

Round 16 – Richmond v Adelaide: This is our house

Gillian Dite thoroughly enjoyed Friday night footy this weekend, watching her Tiges host the Crows at the MCG and bringing back shiny premiership memories.

Round 11 – Essendon v Richmond: Dreamtime at the ’G

Gill and Richmond enjoyed their Saturday night family rivalry round: “twinkling of lights from phone torches,” the “gibbous moon,” and even “young lads trying their hardest to impress…”

Round 7 – Richmond v Fremantle: The view from the top

On a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon, Gill headed to the ‘G to watch the ladder-leading Tigers dismantle the Dockers – despite Nat Fyfe’s best efforts

Round 4 – Richmond v Brisbane: Remarks on the unremarkable

As much as a big Tigers win was welcomed, now as a Premiership defending side, for Gill ‘A lot has changed to make me feel that a 93-point win to Richmond is unremarkable. But a memorable game needs both teams to play well and battle to the end.’

Round 1 – Richmond v Carlton: Setting 2017 free

Gill wasn’t ready to let go of the off-season and basking in the glow of her Tigers’ Premiership glory. But as they raised the flag in front of 90,000+ at the MCG last night, she knew her boys were ready to do it all again.

AFLW Round 3 – Carlton v Brisbane: This is real footy

Gill enjoys a summer’s Saturday evening in Carlton – watching a sporting contest of meaning, purpose and heart.

AFLW Round 1 – Carlton v Collingwood: Here we go again

It was strange for Gillian Dite to transition back into football in February after being immersed in summer sports but she still made it to Princes Park on the Opening Night of AFLW to experience the excitement.

AFL Grand Final – Adelaide v Richmond: Best. Day. Ever.

For Gill, this was simply the best day ever. She enjoyed every second of the Tigers amazing performance on the Grand Final day.

Finals Week 1 – Geelong v Richmond: From nervousness to pure joy

Like a prodigal son, the Richmond Tigers have returned back to their rightful place. The MCG is September and aren’t the Tiger faithful enjoying the homecoming

Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: How did we get here?

Gill asks how Richmond got from pre-season predictions of doom and gloom to a spot in the top four so quickly.

Round 21 – Western Bulldogs v GWS: Surf’s up

The orange tsunami is back. Gill Dite watches them overwhelm the reigning premier.

Round 20 – Richmond v Hawthorn: Onwards and upwards

A final quarter shoot out provided entertainment as Richmond proved too strong for the Hawks. The Tigers charge towards the finals continues.

Round 17 – Richmond v Brisbane: Move along, nothing to see here

The Tigers hosted a rare home game at Etihad Stadium and did enough to beat Brisbane. Gill points out that there wasn’t much celebration after a lacklustre win, and that the real test is this weekend against GWS.

Round 13 – Richmond v Sydney: Love letter to the MCG

It is the people not the place that Gill loves about the MCG, even when the Tigers don’t get the job done.

Round 8 – GWS v Collingwood: Road trip

Gill had a road trip to Spotless Stadium for a tour of the stadium and then watched his team grab the win in the final seconds.