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Rioli to wear No. 17

Richmond’s first pick in last week’s AFL National Draft, Daniel Rioli, has been handed the Club’s famous No. 17 guernsey that his revered great-uncle, Maurice Rioli, wore with such distinction during his playing days with the Tigers.

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Richmond renews partnership with BLK  October 21, 2013 2:08 PM

Trent Cotchin wears a new BLK branded Richmond guernsey

Trent Cotchin wears a new BLK branded Richmond guernsey

The Richmond Football Club is proud to announce its partnership renewal with the WRS Group, specialists in elite performance apparel.

WRS Group’s apparel brand, BLK, will be the Club’s official apparel partner until at least the end of season 2017.

BLK will provide both Richmond’s AFL and VFL teams, administration and support staff, with cutting-edge apparel, producing the players’ full playing and training kits, including the Tigers’ guernsey, that each player proudly wears on game-day.

Richmond CEO Brendon Gale confirmed the Club’s delight in renewing another valuable partnership, and claimed its significance would be felt as much off-field, as on-field.

“We’re delighted that BLK is continuing to partner with the Richmond Football Club to provide our players and staff their quality apparel, to help us achieve our best possible performance week in, week out,” Gale said.

“The sports apparel our players, coaches, staff, members and supporters wear helps to define us as a football club and makes us proudly Richmond. It’s a pleasure to have BLK continue to provide us with their quality apparel and share in helping our team to perform, as well as bring our identity alive.”

WRS Group CEO Tyron Brant said the company is thrilled to continue its relationship with a club that has such a rich history and strong standing within the AFL community, along with a promising future achieved through elite performance, both on and off the field.

"It was exciting to see the Tigers return to finals football in 2013, and we will certainly be playing our part to ensure the Club is well placed to achieve even greater success over the next four years, through the provision of technically-advanced apparel," Brant said.

Supporters wanting to be the first to wear the new iconic Richmond guernsey, featuring the latest BLK branding, can go online at and pre-order their 2014 jumper today.