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Naish training with Tigers

An exciting father-son prospect is one of two AFL Academy level two participants training at Richmond for the next two weeks.

8:30am  Dec 6, 2016

Bartlett buoyant about Bolton

Richmond ‘Immortal’ Kevin Bartlett is delighted the No. 29 guernsey he made famous throughout an outstanding 19-year career at Tigerland, will be worn by exciting small forward Shai Bolton.

2:32pm  Dec 5, 2016

Tigers’ department of youth

Richmond’s recruitment of four teenagers in the recent national and rookie drafts, means there’s now a combined total of 19 players aged 22 or under at Tigerland.

12:58pm  Dec 5, 2016

Let the games begin

richmondfc.com.au  February 9, 2016 1:53 PM

Cotchin on the NAB challenge Captain, Trent Cotchin speaks to the media about the upcoming NAB Challenge.
Trent Cotchin at Richmond's Super Clinic in Albury on Tuesday afternoon

Trent Cotchin at Richmond's Super Clinic in Albury on Tuesday afternoon

The AFL’s pre-season competition is now just over a week away, and Richmond captain Trent Cotchin, for one, can’t wait to get stuck into some fair dinkum on-field action.

“We’re footballers, we love playing the game, so every opportunity to pull the boots on is one that you want to take,” Cotchin said at today’s launch of Richmond’s community camp in Albury.

“Obviously there are a few teething issues as you come into games every year.

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“That’s probably the perfect place to play and learn exactly what we’ve worked on over the whole pre-season . . .”

The Tigers kick of their NAB Challenge campaign against Fremantle at Mandurah in WA on Friday, February 19.

“We have a pretty fit squad, the majority of players are out on the track, so there’ll be a big pool of players to pick from and everyone will have an opportunity to show their stuff,” he said.

“We’ve got an intra-club match during training on Friday, so I suppose that’ll go a long way to picking a side . . .

“Some players might play a half (against Fremantle), some might play a full game, but the reality is we want everyone to play their role and perform as strongly as we possibly can.”