Almanac (Richmond Home and Away) Summary: The voyage of the yellow and black endeavour

Following Richmond’s Round 18 win against the Crows, John Green casts his eye over the Tigers’ season so far, spanning from controversy to stirring wins.

Round 6 – Richmond v Melbourne: How Good is Stacky

Michael Nichols discusses the Round Six game that promised so much pre-season, Richmond v Melbourne.

Round 18 – St Kilda v Richmond: A footy odyssey in four parts

Our Japanese correspondent Yoshi Imagawa kept Yvette Wroby busy on a recent visit. Between young and old Caulfield Bears, footy for men and women, and a good old North Fitzroy Arms Hotel catch up, it was a pretty good few days…sans any Saints wins.

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.

Outraged of Richmond

Wippet’s passionate about THAT Grand Final win and watching it on repeat until the c(r)ows come home. He has some ideas for Talking Tigers.

AFLM Round 2 – Adelaide v Richmond: Not Our Night

For the Richmond faithful, watching on as the umpire crosses his arms and uncrosses them again for the sake of theatre, you can only avert your eyes, remind yourself it’s round two, and gently proclaim, “it’s just not been our night.”

Finals Week 3 – Richmond v GWS: The Miller-Banister Trophy awaits 

Jack Banister reflects on the Tigers crushing Preliminary Final win and the significance of a Grand Final match-up against the Crows, where the Miller-Banister Trophy will be on the line on the biggest stage of all.

AFLM Round 16 – St Kilda v Richmond: Happy Days are here again

Yvette Wroby and the St Kilda extended family have a wonderful night at the football, raising money for Maddie Riewoldts Vision and a smashing win over Richmond. It was a Saints game for the ages.

Round 3 – Richmond v West Coast: Lids and a Jenga Tower Bound To Fall

Richmond are sitting pretty at 3-0 in season 2017. Jack Banister is bracing himself for the usual Tiger experience of a come down and a 9th finish, but you never know.

Down For The Count – Richmond by numbers

The Tigers have form. An historical account of the Richmond FC getting caught short.

It’s Tiger Time!

Cranky Pete has done some analysis, and his conclusion? 2016 will be the Year of the Tiger

A life lesson from Tommy

Life-long Tiger fan Tess Pryor recalls a chance meeting with the late, great Tommy Hafey. “You’re not a legend until someone else says you are!” Terrific yarn with timely perspective.

AFL Round 2 – Richmond v Carlton: Tigers are a mentally weak side

Jackson Clark is a Tigers man. He thinks that the team’s leaders go to water under pressure. Thankfully the fans are made of tougher stuff.

AFL Finals Week 1: My BIG Weekend of Finals Football

Despite a disappointing end for his Tigers, the first week of the finals had it all – big hits, close games, upset wins, screamers … everything. Jackson Clark made the trip from the Territory and took in all four games.

WAFL – Round 22: Tigers roar, Sharks circle, Bulldogs leap, Royals cruise

Claremont tipped Swan Districts out of the four and provided another reminder of their premiership credentials.

Round 15 – North Melbourne v Richmond: Four quarters of effort

The Kangaroos have potential, but against the Tigers they played four quarters, writes a jubliant Matthew Naqvi, who still believes his team has a slim chance to play finals.

AFL Round 10 – West Coast v Richmond: Footy algorithms and unlikely allies

Monday night footy toys with John Carr’s footballing algorithms, but after Richmond’s performance against the Eagles, he’s decided it isn’t so bad after all.

AFL Round 9 – Richmond v Essendon: Tigers caught snoozing in Dreamtime game

A sluggish Richmond took the Dreamtime concept literally, writes Domenic Favata. Both sides were flat and lazy initially, but it was Essendon that woke up thanks to the brilliant efforts of Jobe Watson.

AFL Round 2 – St.Kilda v Richmond: No avocado, please

After two wins to start the season, Richmond supporters felt a strange emotion: Elation.

AFL Round 4 – The Pre-Wrap: The Jungle

Membership’s up around 55,000 at Tigerland already. Nothing brings them out of The Jungle like the smell of blood.