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Riewoldt on SEN, June 23

10:51am  Jun 23, 2017

Opposition Analysis: Carlton

9:19am  Jun 23, 2017

Cotchin on SEN, June 22

8:30am  Jun 23, 2017

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Unchanged Tiger team to face Blues

Richmond has made no change to its line-up for Sunday’s big clash with Carlton at the MCG.

5:00pm  Jun 23, 2017

Oh we're from Tigerland: Faouzi Daghistani

On the eve of the end of the month-long fast of Ramadan, Lebanese-born Tigers fan Faouzi Daghistani has fabulous stories to tell about growing up in Richmond, doing work experience at the club, and all the ways he loves Bachar Houli (and Trent Cotchin).

3:28pm  Jun 23, 2017

Opposition Analysis: Carlton, Round 14

Richmond assistant coach Andrew McQualter provides a snapshot of the main strengths of Carlton’s game ahead of this Sunday’s big clash at the MCG.

11:26am  Jun 23, 2017

Cotchin continues captaincy climb

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  March 19, 2017 7:31 PM

Leadership press conference, March 19 Trent Cotchin, Jack Riewoldt and Alex Rance speak to the media ahead of Round One

Barring something unforeseen, Trent Cotchin will become the third longest-serving captain in Richmond’s league football history during the 2017 season.

Cotchin, whose reappointment as the Club’s skipper was announced last Friday, has captained the Tigers in 93 games all-up over the past four years.

He is only one game behind Richmond’s 1920-21 premiership captain-coach Dan Minogue, seven away from dual Jack Dyer Medallist Matthew Knights, and 11 short of Tigers’ Team of the Century member Des Rowe.

Percy Bentley holds the record for the most games as Richmond captain – 168 from 1932-40 – including the Club’s premierships in 1932 and 1934.

Tiger ‘Immortal’, the great Jack Dyer, is second on the Club’s captaincy longevity list, with 160 games from 1940-49.