Round 3 – Richmond v West Coast: A very un-Richmond afternoon

Richmond’s uncharacteristic tough and scrappy victory sees Paddy Grindlay pleasantly surprised. More of the same, Tigers.

Round 2 – Hawthorn v Adelaide: And footy won the day

Paddy relates the joy of being an Auskicker and relives the dream of the big stage but this time as an umpire officiating an Auskick game during the half-time interval at the MCG.

Round 21 – Richmond v Geelong: Don’t Be The Loudmouth

Ethan Munro captures the excitement and euphoria of Geelong’s stirring victory.

Round 22 – Richmond v St Kilda: When does the cricket start?

Paddy Grindlay has had to endure another winter of Richmond discontent and a final home game with very few highlights.

Round 1 – Richmond v Carlton: And we’re away

Trevor Kannegiesser has the honour of producing the first match report of the AFL season. He was impressed with a hard-fought game which suggested both teams have something to offer.

Richmond, you breaks my heart, but I still love you

DrCruel73 is down but not out, in this open letter to Old Tiger.

Round 23 – Richmond v North Melbourne: Finally, we beat North! (Junior Almanac)

For this Richmond supporter, the defeat of North Melbourne marked a significant milestone. Laurie enjoys a night out at the Docklands (and made it into your loungerooms – if you caught the game on telly!) as his Tigers wrapped up their 2015 Home and Away season.

Round 21 – Collingwood v Richmond: Paper tigers (roll on summer)

E.regnans believes Richmond won this game only because Collingwood didn’t. They showed no initiative, instead reacting to turn-overs with fast-break goals. [A side to the big Tasmanian Oak I’ve never seen! – Ed]

Round 20 – Fearless 2015: Michael Jamison fresh airs Mitch Robinson… A bit sooky lala

Lots of fallout from round 20. From the Friday night lights of the SCG to another classic Derby out west, this is how Fearless saw round 20.

Round 17 – Richmond v Fremantle: A Game of Halves

Sarah Black takes a ‘lose the battle, but win the war’ attitude to Richmond’s narrow loss to Fremantle from the weekend, and looks forward to seeing what happens IF they should meet again in September.

Round 14 – Richmond v GWS: Trembling hands and wry optimism

If ‘trembling hands and wry optimism is the lot of today’s Richmond fan’, then Saturday’s win by the Tigers over the Giants certainly lived up to Rees Quilford’s expectations.

My (absent) left foot

Matt Watson discusses how players in this day and age have lost the art of having a left foot.

Round 7 – Richmond v Collingwood: Football in Australia. 100 years on.

Chris Daley is given cause to reflect on the changes in footy over the century, as he celebrates his great Aunt’s 100th birthday. If she’s a Tiger fan, it will have been a very good weekend indeed.

AFL Round 2 – Richmond v Carlton: Delusions of Adequacy

Stainless affirms the right to remain deluded, and considers the scale by which footy is calibrated. (And it ain’t the scale used in a shareholders’ report – Ed)

AFL Round 4 – Richmond v Collingwood: A pleasant Saturday arvo at the ‘G

One has to hand it to the masochistic Tiger hordes who’ve stuck fat over three decades of cellar dwelling, false dawns and ninthdom. And here we are again in April 2013, the jungle drums building to another premature crescendo.

AFL Round 1 – Carlton v Richmond: Europhia, Nerves and Ty Vickery

Two quick goals to Betts and dad calls it: We’ve already lost. Luckily Paddy and his brother stick fast.