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Tigers’ hunting grounds - Marvel Stadium

In the lead-up to the release of the 2019 AFL fixture, richmondfc.com.au is taking a concise historical look at the competition’s current main playing venues from a Yellow and Black perspective. Next up is Marvel Stadium.

9:31am  Oct 24, 2018

‘Dimma’, ‘Cotch’ moving on ‘Captain Blood’

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick and captain Trent Cotchin are both poised to go past the greatest Tiger of them all, Jack Dyer, on two prominent Yellow and Black lists in season 2019.

2:09pm  Oct 23, 2018

Tigers’ hunting grounds - The Gabba

In the lead-up to the release of the 2019 AFL fixture, richmondfc.com.au is taking a concise historical look at the competition’s current main playing venues from a Yellow and Black perspective. Today, we turn our attention to the Gabba in Brisbane.

10:01am  Oct 23, 2018

Tigers land Shai Bolton

richmondfc.com.au  November 25, 2016 8:00 PM

Bolton's U18 highlights Highlights of Richmond's pick 29 in the 2016 National Draft, Shai Bolton.
Richmond has used its first selection, No. 29 overall, in the 2016 National Draft to recruit South Fremantle small forward Shai Bolton.
Here is a summary of what Richmond fans can expect to see from Bolton, in future seasons . . .
Shai Bolton
South Fremantle (WAFL), 178cm, 68kg
 
Shai Bolton is an exciting small forward from WAFL club South Fremantle, who has the ability to break games open with his electric speed and evasiveness.  
 
Bolton’s introduction to the talent pathway was in 2013, as a member of the Flying Boomerangs Indigenous Academy, before spending three seasons in the WAFL colts with South Fremantle.  
 
In the 2016 season, Bolton averaged 17 disposals and two goals per game, with a season-high seven goals against East Perth in round 22.
 
His early-season form was rewarded with selection in the WA state under-18 Academy and he played all four national championship matches for WA.  
 
At the national combine, Bolton produced some exceptional results.
 
Bolton was educated at Wesley College in Perth, where he boarded for several years, participating in their football and basketball programs.
 
His father Darren also was a talented footballer, winning the 1998 best and fairest for Peel Thunder in the WAFL and playing two games for Fremantle in 1999.