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Prime Minister visits Richmond to further invest in Bachar Houli Programs

The highly-successful Bachar Houli program will be extended to include women and girls, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced today.

5:03pm  Jun 26, 2017

Grigg’s great growth

The overall influence exerted by hard-running, veteran midfielder Shaun Grigg within the Richmond line-up has been acknowledged by star Tiger key forward Jack Riewoldt.

4:03pm  Jun 26, 2017

Houli to face tribunal

Richmond defender Bachar Houli will face the AFL Tribunal on Tuesday night following his match-day report for striking Carlton's Jed Lamb in the opening quarter of Sunday's match.

3:33pm  Jun 26, 2017

Flashback to ’67 pre-season: No. 5

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  March 17, 2017 11:51 AM

We continue our 2017 pre-season special series, reliving Richmond’s build-up to the glorious, drought-breaking 1967 premiership triumph. From the archives of ‘The Age’ newspaper, we present a news item about the Tigers, published exactly 50 years ago today (March 17, 1967).

 

“Richmond’s Mick Erwin, who has played most of his football on the forward line, will be tried as a full-back in the Tigers’ main practice game on Sunday.

The full-forward positions in the practice game will be filled by Fred Swift and Royce Hart from the Reserves.

Forward Neil Busse, half-forward Roger Dean and centreman Bill Barrot, who missed last weekend’s practice game, will play on Sunday.

Five others – Frank Dimattina, Blair Campbell, Neville Crowe, Geoff Strang and Dick Clay – will miss the trial.

Dimattina has a strained thigh muscle, Campbell a knee injury and Crowe, Clay and Strang have bruised heels.

The form of two Prahran recruits, centreman Kevin Sheedy and defender Kevin Shinners, will be watched with interest on Sunday.”