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Hardwick laments dismantling of defence

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick labelled his team's defensive efforts in the dying minutes of Sunday's 70-point loss to Hawthorn as "shameful".

8:45pm  Jul 24, 2016

Tigers no match for Hawthorn

A nine-goal-to-two final quarter from Hawthorn, has seen Richmond thoroughly beaten by the Hawks at the MCG on Sunday afternoon.

5:58pm  Jul 24, 2016

Houli to add experience

The wait is finally over for Richmond defender Bachar Houli, who will make his playing return from a wrist injury via the VFL on Sunday.

4:45pm  Jul 23, 2016

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Round 18: Drummond's return

7:29pm  Jul 24, 2016

Round 18: Hardwick post-match

6:29pm  Jul 24, 2016

Round 18: Highlights

6:20pm  Jul 24, 2016

Jack Dyer Foundation

In 1996, Richmond established a Foundation through which donations could support the redevelopment of the facilities at Punt Road Oval.

It was decided to recognise one the most valued sons of Tigerland, Jack Dyer, by naming the Foundation in his honour.

The successful launch of the Foundation saw $1.2 million raised. This allowed Stage One to be completed with the main focus being the refurbishment and restoration of the Grandstand.

The challenge is now to complete the "Vision" for Punt Road and further redevelop the facilities for players, staff and members.

The Jack Dyer Foundation is fundamental to the future development of Punt Road Oval and Richmond Football Club.

Donations to support the Jack Dyer Foundation are tax deductible when made to the Australian Sports Foundation. (The Jack Dyer Foundation is an approved project conducted under the charter of the Australian Sports Foundation).

Any queries please contact the Club on (03) 9429 5333.