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Richmond Institute's trip to China

11:18am  Oct 17, 2018

Best of Lloyd at Tigerland

2:35pm  Oct 15, 2018

2018 season review: Short

6:00am  Oct 14, 2018

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Top trio get back in Yellow and Black

Former Suns young guns Dion Prestia, Josh Caddy and Tom Lynch will be hoping to add significantly to their combined games tally as teammates, now that they all have been reunited at Richmond.

4:38pm  Oct 17, 2018

Last chance for AFLW and VFLW trial

Registrations for Richmond’s upcoming AFLW/VFLW Talent ID Day close today, Wednesday, October 17.

7:11am  Oct 17, 2018

Top 10 Bulldog-Tigers

In the wake of Sam Lloyd’s trade from Richmond to the Western Bulldogs, Tony Greenberg lists the top 10 players he’s seen represent both clubs.

4:47pm  Oct 16, 2018

Round 8 team: Edwards, Griffiths return  May 22, 2015 5:00 PM

Spotlight on: Round 8 Matthew Richardson and Back-line coach Ben Rutten preview the Round 8 match against Port Adelaide.
Ben Griffiths returns to the Richmond side for Sunday's clash against Port Adelaide

Ben Griffiths returns to the Richmond side for Sunday's clash against Port Adelaide

The Round 8 Tiger team
B:  Dylan Grimes, Jake Batchelor, Alex Rance
HB:  Bachar Houli, Nick Vlastuin, Troy Chaplin
C:  Brandon Ellis, Trent Cotchin, Kamdyn McIntosh
HF:  Dustin Martin, Shane Edwards, Anthony Miles
F:  Jack Riewoldt, Ty Vickery, Brett Deledio
R:  Ivan Maric, Shaun Grigg, Taylor Hunt
IC:  Steve Morris, Corey Ellis, Connor Menadue, Ben Griffiths
Em: Liam McBean, Todd Elton, Matt Arnot

In:  Shane Edwards, Ben Griffiths
Out:  Liam McBean (omitted), Todd Elton (omitted)

See Port Adelaide’s final team for Round 8

Richmond has added midfielder Shane Edwards and tall forward Ben Griffiths to its confirmed team for Sunday afternoon’s clash with Port Adelaide 

Edwards missed last week’s game with a corked calf, while Griffiths was forced out after suffering concussion against North Melbourne in Round 6.

READ: Round 8 match preview

Griffiths has missed two of the last three games, but showed impressive signs in his first four matches of the season, where he averaged 13 disposals and 6.5 marks, and kicked seven goals.

The Tigers omitted youngsters Liam McBean and Todd Elton, who made their first appearances for the season last week against Collingwood.