Dusty, Punt Road End…. The Tigers’ Almanac Cover Art

With much emotion and joy Kate tells the story of her journey to producing her work of art that adorns the cover of the book about this AFL season The Tigers’ Almanac 2017. The original is available, and so are A3-sized prints. [Purchase details follow Kate’s piece – Ed]

Finals Week 3 – Richmond v GWS: Caught in the Richmond Wave – the Orange Year is Over 

After making the trip to Melbourne, Mark O’Sullivan wonders where to next for the Giants. At least he got to enjoy the Dior and Hokusai exhibitions at the NGV.

The 2017 Yersinia Pestis Cup – Round Thirteen

Earl O’Neill serves up another quirky piece for your entertainment. This topsy-turvy season has every team’s supporters on edge and the top eight window is wide open for teams to claim a spot.

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.

AFL Round 23 – Sydney v Richmond: Miracle at the Sporting Globe (this is the Almanac’s 10,000th piece)

Part three of Paddy Suggests, Richmond’s incredible, euphoric and, yes, emotional win over Sydney in Round 23, 2014 was one of the best examples of Australian Football of all time, while Callum O’Connor’s report of the game, a rollicking tale of three Tigers following every twist and turn at the Sporting Globe, made the win all the more sweet. This was also the Almanac’s 10,000th piece (and a bloody good one, I might add).

Finals Week 1 – Richmond v North Melbourne: The Army Reflects

Silver Bullet can string together a sentence or two on the basis of this sharp and entertaining Almanac debut. As sad as it all is for Tiges around the world. But Silver pretty much tells it like it is.

If Footy Teams Were Bands… or Something Like That

Put aside the pre-Easter stresses, relax and match wits against the leviathan musical intellect that is Trucker Slim: If AFL teams were bands. Brilliant!

Richmond’s army caught waiting

A couple of years ago a December ‘garage sale’ at Punt Rd caught the essence of the Richmond story. Steve Alomes was there, camera in hand.

Tiger Army finals bound?

The Tiger Army is roaring and for good reason, writes Jackson Clark.