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Ellis back on track

Richmond youngster Corey Ellis has returned to full pre-season training, as he looks to cement his spot in the Tigers’ midfield in 2017.

3:43pm  Jan 19, 2017

Naish tames the Tiger nerves

Patrick Naish isn't embarrassed to admit he was overawed when he first trained with Richmond two years ago.

8:00am  Jan 19, 2017

Flea on the mend after mishap

Richmond premiership player and Team of the Century forward pocket Dale Weightman is on the path to recovery after collapsing and fracturing his left ankle while playing golf in Mildura last week.

3:46pm  Jan 18, 2017

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Corey Ellis update

3:52pm  Jan 19, 2017

Jack Dyer Stand kicking challenge

1:11pm  Jan 18, 2017

Speedy small forward recruits

3:07pm  Jan 16, 2017



Founded in 2000 with the support and assistance of senior players, Club 80 is a social group where grass-roots supporters can contribute in a positive way to the advancement of the Richmond Football Club. 

The objective of Club 80 is to provide inexpensive quality functions to raise money to directly support the football department of the Richmond Football Club, and help improve the on-field performance of the playing group.

Club 80 functions are held both in and out of season. Members and guests gather to hear from guest speakers who have been involved with the Richmond Football Club. At all functions our members and guests enjoy a wonderful meal at one of a number of Melbourne’s great venues. 

We have a selection of current day players that also attend each function and mingle in an informal atmosphere.

To join, or for more information, visit www.club80.com.au or contact Simon Holmes (secretary) via email club80@tpg.com.au.