Round 21 – Richmond v Carlton: How to deal with nostalgia going forwards

Michael Nichols finds a wistful tone thinking of things past, while watching Richmond push forward – as the Blues continue to swim in quicksand. [Delightful writing – JTH]

A Footy Newcomer’s Story Volume 2: The Richmond Rollercoaster Ride

Some Tiger fans just can’t forget the ride that was the 2017 premiership year. Here, footy latecomer Ben the Artist relives the trip that got to the station sooner than originally expected.

Finals Week 2 – Sal’s Preview: Stop Making Cents

Sal considers the form footywise, and horsewise for the coming weekend.

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 18 – St Kilda v Richmond: A Quiet Storm

The battle of St Kilda v Richmond was the most agonizing kind of quiet storm, writes Joe De Petro.

Round 16 – Richmond v Adelaide: The Edge of Chaos

Joe De Petro channels mathematical concepts, chaos theory and even Evil Roy Slade to explain the success of his Tigers. Whatever it is, it sure as hell works!

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.

Alex Docherty’s 2018 Mid-Year All Australian Team

As we hit the bye rounds, it’s time to think about All Australian contenders. Who would you have in your team?

Round 11 – Essendon v Richmond: Dreams, legends, full circles and quick hands

Stainless ponders Kevin Sheedy’s legacy at both clubs during Dreamtime at the G.

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 6 – Collingwood v Richmond: D.Wilson & B.Grundy 

The Tigers run out 43-point winners on one of the rare occasions when everyone leaves the ground somewhat satisfied. The Pies showed enough to challenge the premiers, which bodes well for the rest of their year. And the premiers rose to the challenge, as very good sides do reports Jack.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: True Believers, it’s “Good day to be a Pie”. 

Cam reports on all things Collingwood after their inspirational Anzac Day win. It was one for the true believers!

Grand Final – Adelaide v Richmond: A week where Richmond went from a joke to kings of the AFL

Tiger fan Vaughan Menlove recounts his Grand Final day.

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.

Finals Week 1 – Geelong v Richmond: The Tigers need a Hero

Richmond needed to step up as a team to win their first final in 16 years and that they did. One player in particular rose above (as he has done all season) to dominate the game.

Finals Week 1 – Geelong v Richmond: The rough diamond

The rough diamond Dustin Martin blitzed the Cats midfield, helping the Tigers to a massive win and a home preliminary final.

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 20 – Richmond v Hawthorn: Old Testament Guy has put away his lightning bolts for the weekend

Joe De Petro has been praying for Richmond to continue their fine form into the finals. A top four spot is theirs currently and a big test in Geelong is lined up next week.

Round 14 – Carlton v Richmond: Everyone is “Doing a Richmond” this weekend (except Richmond)

Joe De Petro delighted in the fact that most other teams in Round 14 were ‘doing a Richmond’, while Richmond avoided the curse by defeating Carlton at the ‘G.