Rooey, Rooey … let’s celebrate and have a good time!

Jennifer Muirden went to the Trevor Barker Awards where, fomr this account, it’s clear she had a great time. Here’s the story. [Includes highly charged emotion, penned songs, Roo and Joey love, and more. – Ed]

Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: Double chance?

Joe de Petro reminds us of the Tiges’ grand effort in the final match of the home and away season.

AFLM Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: A Big Tick

Yvette Wroby signs off from a pretty amazing 2017 (bar Saints performances overall) and reflects on the year that has been. Siren’s Call and The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 are now in bookshops and available online. Now to take a break and watch some more women’s footy.

Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: Rooey chaired off and Montagna no mention

Yoshi is so heartbroken by Rooey’s retirement, he still hasn’t watched any of the champion’s final game.

Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: A day for legends

Meg Saultry finds it hard to believe that there can ever be another player to mean as much to her as her childhood idol Nick Riewoldt does.

Fearless 2017 Round 23 – Who Wants to Play Finals?

Final Round Fearless, going down to the proverbial wire.

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 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: Squad Goals

Swish spent the afternoon embedded in the Richmond Grog Squad. He “learned some richmond”.

Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: Saints fall at the Final(s) hurdle

The Saints couldn’t find the miracle needed to make the finals in 2017. Nick Riewoldt’s retirement and chairing off by cousin Jack Riewoldt had the crowd emotional.

Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: “Who’s having fun?”

Jack Banister successfully coached his Brunswick hockey club to their first unbeaten first XI season. Richmond defeated the Saints locking in a top four spot, making life sweet for Jack.

Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: A Tale of Two Riewoldts

Nick Riewoldt’s retirement yesterday marks the end of an era for St Kilda. While Richmond have finished in the top 4 and look set to put up a serious challenge for the 2017 premiership.