Andrew Gigacz looks back on Richmond's last 12 months, charting the Tigers' amazing transformation from a club on the brink to one basking in premiership glory.
In his 1965 book, Captain Blood, Jack Dyer recalled his early days at Punt Road, and the baptism of fire he was given by not just opposition players, but also his Tiger teammates.
| 3 Oct 2017
The Canberra Times reports on the 1980 VFL Grand Final which saw Richmond demolish Collingwood to the tune of 81 points.
| 28 Sep 2017
In 1991 the Adelaide Crows played their first AFL game against Hawthorn. The Canberra Times previews, and reviews, the match.
| 28 Sep 2017
Happy 181st birthday to Henry 'Colden' Harrison, often referred to as a 'father of the game' of football and certainly a great contributor to it over many years as both player and administrator. - Andrew Gigacz
After defeating Carlton in the 1973 VFL Grand Final, Richmond travelled to Adelaide to take on Glenelg to determine the champion club of Australia. With both clubs' home guernseys being identical, the teams tossed for the right to wear the black jumper with the yellow sash. Richmond won the toss, so it was Glenelg's Tigers who were forced to wear the clash strip.
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The Tigers are premiers! Gigs has all the obscure numbers and anagrams that explain Richmond's victory, and reveals how their win was great for Brisbane!
Andrew Gigacz | 5 Oct 2017
Simon Huggard, grandson of Richmond's Frank, tells a family story of Tiger redemption and joy after a chance meeting at Saturday's Grand Final.
Simon Huggard | 4 Oct 2017
Clare Wright interviews the subject of an iconic football image from 1973, Robert 'Bones' McGhie.
Andrew Gigacz | 29 Sep 2017
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