Round 16 – Gold Coast v Richmond: The crashing of the seats

Tiger John Green was just recovering from his Tigers loss to St Kilda and thought an easy win against the Suns would be further tonic. That’s not how it turned out.

Finals Week 3 – Port Adelaide v Richmond: The better angels of our nature

I didn’t realise mild-mannered John Green had this in him. He reports on the Port-Richmond match which seems to have added bonuses.

Finals Week 2 – Richmond v St Kilda: Oh my god, they killed Kenny!

Tiger-loving Paddy Grindlay is picking up the vibe that his boys are the new bastards. [Astute Paddy – JTH]

Round 13 – Sal’s Preview: Tell ’em they’re Dreaming

Sal Ciardulli presents his previews and tips for all the Sir Doug Nicholls Round games. Sal also casts his eye over the Moonee Valley races for a winner or two.

Five Reasons To Watch Richmond In 2020

The absence of the footy season sends some minds off in ‘interesting’ directions. Sam provides this take on why we should keep an eye on Richmond.

Round 1 – Adelaide v Sydney: Running on empty

Petrol was cheap, Mel’s cakes were welcome, but the footy was very ordinary indeed according to Citrus Bob Utber. Bob reports from Adelaide for the Round 1 clash between Adelaide and Sydney.

2019 AFL Grand Final – Sal’s Preview: Can Jack Bring Down The Giants?

Sal’s got the field covered: a Grand Final preview, questions for the other 16 clubs to contemplate in the off-season, and a few tips for this weekend’s races. Plenty to digest here.

The 2019 Brett Deledio Cup.

Earl O’Neill is rapt his Monaros will compete against the Tigers next weekend for the 2019 AFL Premiership Cup.

Preliminary Final – Richmond v Geelong: They Say Nobody Watches the Same Game of Football

Old Dog reviews the Richmond-Geelong game that he saw, with his trademark description, analysis and respect for the players. [Kelly’s a bit stiff missing a vote – JTH]

Preliminary Final – Richmond v Geelong: The Pursuit of Mindfulness

John Green is trying to find calm, and be calm. Tough when your footy team is on the prowl.

Round 19 – Collingwood v Richmond: Two flag fortunes, completely different tales

Sean Mortell wonders whether Collingwood is letting slip their opportunity for a premiership crack after their recent poor form, injuries, and a bad loss to Richmond in their Round 19 match as he explains.

Round 19 – Collingwood v Richmond: Revenge – served cold

Stainless enjoyed Friday night: both a win of significance for his beloved Richmond; and a loss of significance for bitter rivals Collingwood (“the Magpies cannot win the 2019 Flag from this point”).

Round 18 – Richmond v Port Adelaide: Feeling Good

Kate Birrell was looking forward to a footy fix after a holiday in Bali, and her Tigers didn’t let her down. Kate was happy woman indeed!

Round 16 – Inside Game Day with Jason Castagna

Richmond player Jason Castagna, takes Ben Fenton-Smith behind the scenes on game day of their Round 16 match against the Suns.

Round 16 – Gold Coast Suns v Richmond: The Tigerland Theme Park

It was a Tiger Wonderland up on the Gold Coast for Richmond fans as their team put on a percentage boosting display against the hapless Suns in their Round 16 match.

Round 15 – St Kilda v Richmond: When a Saint goes marching out

John Green gives his thoughts on the tenure of Alan Richardson through a personal gaze, reviewing his position as St Kilda coach after their loss to Richmond on Sunday.

Almanac Footy Teams – Political Football

Who’d you vote for? Andrew Gaylard has come with a footy team of leaders who have been either Prime Minister or President of their country.

Round 2 – Richmond v Collingwood: Victorious and home satisfied

Sean Mortell made it home despite delays to his train trip – what he saw was a dominance from the Pies over fierce rivals Richmond. At their best, Collingwood are sublime, but will they stop all stations successfully on the quest for the flag?

Round 2 – Richmond v Collingwood: Tigers tamed as Pies swoop!

Magpies swoop and stifle the Tigers’ roar in an impressive display of footy in their Round 2 match at the MCG.

“These shall not be forgotten years” Richmond: 1981 – 2016: An occasional series of reflections on the triumphs and tragedies that made 2017 so worth the wait.

Stainless is back with an occasional series about the life and times of the Richmond Football Club since the “infamous Ben Cousins” game against Carlton 10 years ago.