Round 1 – Richmond v Carlton: “Is there anybody there?” said the traveller.

On Friday night, Joe De Petro should have been at the MCG watching his Tigers take on the Blues in the opening match of the AFL season. But a nasty little bug changed all that! Instead, he watched it on TV. Here’s Joe’s report of the game.

Grand Final – Richmond v GWS: Shock and awe

Unfortunately for Earl O’Neill his Monaros were left stranded on the track as the Tigers raced away to win the 2019 AFL Grand Final.

Balcony Banter Round 17 – Richmond v GWS: Winter Days

Almanac regular Joe De Petro saw his Tigers take on the Giants at the MCG on a dreary winter’s afternoon.

Finals Week 1 – Richmond v Hawthorn: Knowing

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

Finals Week 1 – Qualifying Final: Richmond v Hawthorn: Dustin Martin, revisited

Dusty and the Tigers roar, plucking the Hawk’s feathers in an ominous premiership defining performance.

Round 16 – Richmond v Adelaide: Hatred at the G

First on the ladder and flying, Richmond have lost their underdog mantle. To beat them, you must work inconceivably hard for each miniscule victory. It is a position as unfamiliar to once-starved fanatics as their position as Premiers. And for Paddy, the pleasure of watching his Tiges power to victory over the Crows is immense as he articulates so well.

AFLM Round 13 – Geelong v Richmond: Like September in June

Joe De Petro likes what he sees from the Balcony of the MCC: the skills of Edwards and Lambert and a brilliant last quarter goal from the returning Daniel Rioli.

AFLM Round 13 – Geelong v Richmond: Playing in the Puddles

Jack Banister remembers the good times of playing wet-weather footy and what it means to look like a footy player while watching Geelong v Richmond on a sodden MCG deck.

The View from the Summit

Above all, Richmond has reminded Stainless why he fell in love with footy in the first place. It’s something you do and watch for fun. His Tigers are bringing him a lot of joy!

Dusty officially now a bona fide champion

Jen Muirden was honoured to attend the Richmond Football Club’s special Brownlow Medal Count and she pays tribute to their winner, Dustin Martin.

Grand Final – Adelaide v Richmond: The Little Things

For Patrick Emery, three specific moments in the Grand Final encapsulate Richmond’s season, and the glory of its unexpected victory.

AFL Grand Final Preview – The Last Game of the Season, at Last. 

So Crows and Tiger fans, don’t forget where you’ve come from, the barnstorming footy you’ve played, the joy you took from victories in weeks one and three, and the fact that this week, finally, has been all about you, and your teams. J.Banister is ready for the Grand Final and hopefully, a Tigers victory.

Finals Week 3 – Richmond v GWS: My Day Out at the Footy

Many of us take for granted a big day out at the footy. Not so Liahm O’Brien, who traversed Bass Strait, hoping for a win.

Finals Week 3 – Richmond v GWS: The Day I Went to the ‘G with 90,000 of my closest friends.

The MCG (and the city) was awash with the yellow and black of Richmond as 90,000 Tiger fans filled the stadium to watch their team make the Grand Final. Joe De Petro was ecstatic but he also couldn’t help but feel for the GWS supporters.

Brownlow Live!

Earl O’Neill found numerous ways to keep himself entertained during a long Brownlow Medal count. Hilarious observations and critiques of the big event that Dusty was always going to win.

Finals Week 3 – Richmond v GWS: The Universe is Aligning

Thomas Foster is seeing Richmond succeed in the finals for the first time in his life and and believes 2017 is already a big tick. A premiership win will only make things so much sweeter.

Finals Week 3 – Richmond v GWS: Roaring Tigers and Emotional Yoshi

Japanese correspondent traveled to Coolabah to catch up with a Richmond supporter mate. His mate may not have been there, but he made friends with Tigers supporters and watched a cracking game of preliminary finals footy.

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 17 – Richmond v Brisbane: Back to West Melbourne’s concrete castle

Richmond got over the line against Brisbane on the weekend to get back on the winners list. Joe De Petro is happy with the win but has already started thinking about next week’s big test against GWS.

How a day at the footy won my girls over to the yellow and black.

Was it the rain on his face or tears of pride and joy? Son of a Vich relates a wonderful day at the footy with his two daughters and their conversion to the Tigers.