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Richmondfc.com.au  January 11, 2013 11:22 AM

Dylan Grimes and Reece Conca during a visit to Alice Springs in 2012.

Dylan Grimes and Reece Conca during a visit to Alice Springs in 2012.

Richmond’s upcoming AFL Community Camp and game against the Indigenous All Stars is a chance for fans to see the Tigers play in one of Australia’s unique destinations, Alice Springs.

Richmond will be in Alice Springs from Wednesday, February 6 and leave on Saturday, February 9. During their three night stay, the team will train, visit schools and remote Indigenous communities, and play against the Indigenous All Stars.

Tiger fans looking for a break with a footy flavour can think about a getaway to Australia’s Red Centre.

Tourism NT has an offer to visit Alice Springs while the Tigers are in town. Click here for more information.

The Club looks forward to seeing Tiger fans in Alice Springs, supporting the team in their game against the Indigenous All Stars.