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Tiger draft recall: Brandon Ellis

We complete our special feature series leading into the 2014 National Draft, with Richmond’s Recruiting Manager Francis Jackson providing a fascinating insight into the 2011 drafting of hard-running, rising star Brandon Ellis.

9:15am  Nov 21, 2014

The Perfect Tiger: Hair

In the final of a special 12-part series on richmondfc.com.au, where we set about building the perfect Tiger, we turn our attention to the most hirsute players at Richmond over the past half-century. Take your pick of these hairy Tigers . . .

7:15am  Nov 21, 2014

Tiger draft recall: Reece Conca

In the fourth of a special series leading into the 2014 National Draft, Richmond’s Recruiting Manager Francis Jackson provides a fascinating insight into the 2010 drafting of talented, young midfielder Reece Conca.

9:15am  Nov 20, 2014

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Tigers train tough

3:30pm  Nov 21, 2014

Perfect Tiger: Hair

7:00am  Nov 21, 2014

With vibrant, ultra-modern facilities, combined with the proud history and cultural connection of the Richmond Football Club’s iconic home base at Punt Road Oval, the Maurice Rioli Room in the ME Bank Centre provides the perfect venue for your next function.

With a seating capacity of over 300 and room for more than 500 at a stand up function, catering packages can be crafted especially for your event. Choose from a fine selection of wines, spirits and ales and flexible catering options from our fully equipped commercial kitchen.

Perfectly located in the heart of Australia’s leading sporting precinct, in the shadows of the MCG and overlooking the famous Punt Road Oval, the Maurice Rioli Room in the ME Bank Centre will provide your guests with an experience to remember.

Visit richmondfc.com.au/functions for a virtual tour, image gallery and booking details or phone Richmond football Club on (03) 9426 4400 for further information.

To download the ME Bank Centre function brochure, click here

The ME Bank Centre contributes to Indigenous community  development as part of the Korin Gamadji Institute.