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Unchanged Tiger team to face Blues

Richmond has made no change to its line-up for Sunday’s big clash with Carlton at the MCG.

5:00pm  Jun 23, 2017

Oh we're from Tigerland: Faouzi Daghistani

On the eve of the end of the month-long fast of Ramadan, Lebanese-born Tigers fan Faouzi Daghistani has fabulous stories to tell about growing up in Richmond, doing work experience at the club, and all the ways he loves Bachar Houli (and Trent Cotchin).

3:28pm  Jun 23, 2017

Opposition Analysis: Carlton, Round 14

Richmond assistant coach Andrew McQualter provides a snapshot of the main strengths of Carlton’s game ahead of this Sunday’s big clash at the MCG.

11:26am  Jun 23, 2017

Richmond players touch down in Rio

richmondfc.com.au  October 14, 2013 11:29 AM

Richmond in Rio: Beach weights and Samba Daniel Jackson's video diary from day one in Rio as the boys keep fit on the beach and take dancing lessons at a Samba school.

Nine Richmond players have arrived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for a cultural exchange project, and wasted no time in being initiated into the Brazilian way of life.

After 35 hours in transit, the nine players – Jake King, Dylan Grimes, Daniel Jackson, David Astbury, Matt Dea, Shane Edwards, Alex Rance, Reece Conca and Steve Morris – hit the beach for some running and weights training.

The trip isn’t a training camp, though, with the aim being for the players to explore the role that sport can play in reconciliation and social change.

The Reconciliation Exchange project, called ‘Changing the Score’, has been developed by RMIT and Bluestone Edge in partnership with Richmond and the Instituto Brasileiro deb Inovações em Saúde Social (IBISS).

The group will visit ‘favelas’, which are densely-populated slums located within, or on the outskirts of Rio, that are challenged by poverty and crime.

The players will use their knowledge and experiences as elite and professional athletes to see if they can enrich the lives of those living in the disadvantaged communities.

Already, Richmond’s Daniel Jackson believes there are great similarities with Australian and Brazilian cultures when it comes to passion for sport.

“I think Brazil will be an absolute reflection of Australian culture, and from what we’ve seen on the beach in regards to their sport and their music, they’re very, very passionate people,” he said.

“Hopefully, the things we’re held in high regard for at home, will actually put us in good stead here to maybe have a little bit of an influence over the coming few days, when we get into the real Brazilian culture, get into the favelas, and meet some of the kids.

“It’ll also be great to see what we can learn from them to take back to Australia and grow our influence there,” he said.

Changing the Score is funded by RMIT University, Bluestone Edge, Richmond Football Club, Karoon Gas, Rio Tinto, Costa Foundation and Drapac Group.