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Top Tiger eyes ex-Cat

Key Richmond playmaker Brett Deledio is striving to emulate former Geelong star Steve Johnson’s consistently high level of performance as a high half-forward.

1:29pm  Oct 9, 2015

Tigers on US mission

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick will embark on an education trip to the US this month as he looks for a way to deliver the Tigers' first finals win under his reign.

10:36am  Oct 9, 2015

Total Tiger focus on taking next step

Richmond CEO Brendon Gale has provided an interesting insight into the Tigers’ 2015 season, both on-field and off-field, as well as their future prospects.

5:22pm  Oct 8, 2015

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 Launched in 2003, the Tommy Hafey Club Inc. is a business networking group for interested corporates, high net-worth individuals, sponsors and supporters.
It provides a membership outside official Richmond Football Club activities and traditional weekend football. The main objective of the Tommy Hafey Club is to provide a professional forum for members and their guests to network while enjoying five-star corporate entertainment and hospitality.
Engulfed in a proud tradition of one of the most successful AFL clubs, the Tommy Hafey Club is honoured to have an Australian sporting legend in Tommy Hafey as its patron. Tommy is an inspiring individual who has transferred his passion for sport into the business arena and has assisted many corporate organisations with his motivational talks.

Providing three corporate functions every year, the Tommy Hafey Club will entertain up to 500 corporates at some of Melbournes premier venues. The Tommy Hafey Club functions will form the basis for networking and provide companies the opportunity to entertain their highly valued clients.

The Tommy Hafey Club proudly supports the Richmond Football Club, the Richmond Football Club Former Players and Officials Association and the Jack Dyer Foundation.
To join the Tommy Hafey Club, or to find out more information about it, please visit or email or call Bruce Smith (Secretary) on 0412 596 883