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Morris moves forward

Richmond fans can get used to seeing Steve Morris playing the type of role recently vacated by Jake King, Damien Hardwick says.

11:48am  Mar 1, 2015

Youthful Tigers downed by Dogs

An inexperienced Richmond side has been overrun by the Western Bulldogs in the first pre-season match for 2015

7:06pm  Feb 28, 2015

All Tiger eyes on young guns

Steven Morris, shares the same sense of anticipation as Tiger fans, with regards to seeing how the Club’s latest crop of young players perform

9:00am  Feb 28, 2015

Punt Road Oval back in action

richmondfc.com.au  January 14, 2013 9:09 AM

Tigers train on new surface Richmond hit the track for the first time on the new Punt Rd oval surface at the ME Bank centre.

The Tigers had their first training session on the redeveloped Punt Road Oval, at the ME Bank Centre this morning.

The $1.9 million redevelopment was made possible through support for the Club’s Fighting Tiger Fund.

The ‘Roar is Back’ in 2013, become a member of Richmond today.

The oval’s facelift began six months ago, and involved significant work, which included replacing unsuitable soil, installing a new drainage system and irrigation, and laying new turf.

Due to works around the oval still being undertaken, unfortunately there are no open training sessions available for fans.

The Club will inform the public of the next open training sessions at the ME Bank Centre, via richmondfc.com.au.

Richmond is holding an open training session in Pakenham on Australia Day Eve, Friday, January 25, at Toomuc Recreation Reserve. More details will be available soon.