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14 in 14: Ben Griffiths

In the sixth of a richmondfc.com.au post-season special, focusing on 14 key findings from Richmond’s 2014 season, we analyse the important gains made by talented Tiger ‘tall’ Ben Griffiths.

7:00am  Sep 20, 2014

14 in 14: Alex Rance

In the fifth of a richmondfc.com.au special post-season series, focusing on the 14 key findings from the Tigers’ 2014 season, we appraise the ascent of Alex Rance into the upper echelon of backmen within the AFL.

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Deledio goes from battle to bliss

Brett Deledio faced an unusual battle with injury in the 2014 season, but emerged as one of the most effective Richmond players in the second half of the season.

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Key Tigerland anniversaries in 2013

richmondfc.com.au  January 2, 2013 11:48 AM

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In 2013, it will be 25 years since dual Jack Dyer Medallist, former captain and Team of the Century member, Matthew Knights, debuted for the Tigers, in 1988.

The year 2013 has arrived, and with it, there are some key Richmond anniversaries to celebrate throughout the year.  This year, it will be:

  • 70 years since the 1943 premiership win against Essendon.
  • 60 years since triple Best and Fairest winner and former captain, Ron Branton, made his senior league debut with the Club, in 1953.
  • 50 years since dual Tiger premiership players Billy Brown and John Northey made their senior league debuts, in 1963.
  • 40 years since the 1973 Grand Final triumph over Carlton.
  • 30 years since Kevin Bartlett became the first league player to reach the 400-game milestone, in 1983.
  • 25 years since dual Jack Dyer Medallist, former captain and Team of the Century member, Matthew Knights, debuted for the Tigers, in 1988.
  • 20 years since dual Jack Dyer Medallist, former captain, 1980 premiership hero and Team of the Century member, Dale Weightman, retired after an illustrious 274-game league career with Richmond.