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7:00am  Nov 21, 2014

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Tiger draft recall: Brandon Ellis

We complete our special feature series leading into the 2014 National Draft, with Richmond’s Recruiting Manager Francis Jackson providing a fascinating insight into the 2011 drafting of hard-running, rising star Brandon Ellis.

9:15am  Nov 21, 2014

The Perfect Tiger: Hair

In the final of a special 12-part series on richmondfc.com.au, where we set about building the perfect Tiger, we turn our attention to the most hirsute players at Richmond over the past half-century. Take your pick of these hairy Tigers . . .

7:15am  Nov 21, 2014

Tiger draft recall: Reece Conca

In the fourth of a special series leading into the 2014 National Draft, Richmond’s Recruiting Manager Francis Jackson provides a fascinating insight into the 2010 drafting of talented, young midfielder Reece Conca.

9:15am  Nov 20, 2014

Richmond announces new partnership with Metro Solar

richmondfc.com.au  June 27, 2013 4:30 PM

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Richmond is proud to announce a new partnership with Metro Solar, innovators of solar energy technology.

Metro Solar will sponsor Richmond’s ‘Roar Vision’ videos, and become the Club’s ‘Sustainability Partner’, helping Richmond to become more eco-friendly through the installation of solar panels at the ME Bank Centre.

Metro Solar is a family owned business with national offices.  They are innovators in the solar industry, bringing new, smarter and higher generating solar technology to the market.

Richmond CEO Brendon Gale said it was important for the club to be environmentally sustainable.

“It’s always exciting to begin a new partnership, and we’re delighted to join forces with an environmentally conscious organisation, such as Metro Solar.  With their help, we’re looking forward to reducing our impact on the environment,” he said.

“Metro Solar is very excited to be partnering with the Richmond Football Club and supporting them to be leaders in sustainability in the AFL,” said Metro Solar CEO Anthony O’Connell.

“We’re impressed by Richmond’s commitment to community, as well as the opportunity to empower the Club’s strong supporter base, and broader Australian public to take ‘the energy problem’ into their own hands and solve it in an affordable, sustainable and eco-friendly way.”

For more information about Metro Solar, visit metrosolar.com.au