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Grand recollections: McIntosh

6:00am  Oct 21, 2017

Grand recollections: Nankervis

12:35pm  Oct 20, 2017

Grand recollections: Prestia

12:45pm  Oct 19, 2017

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Grand recollections: Kamdyn McIntosh

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, hard-running wingman Kamdyn McIntosh has his say on the Tigers’ tremendous triumph.

9:37am  Oct 21, 2017

Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, the Tigers’ new No. 1 ruckman Toby Nankervis reflects on the tremendous triumph.

2:27pm  Oct 20, 2017

The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

It’s been 37 years in the making, but the tour of Richmond’s latest premiership cup is now underway.

11:49am  Oct 20, 2017

Flashback to ’67 pre-season: No. 6

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  March 20, 2017 2:32 PM

We continue our special series reliving Richmond’s pre-season build-up to the glorious, drought-breaking 1967 premiership triumph. From the archives of ‘The Age’ newspaper, we present a Tigers’ practice match report by leading football writer of the day, Ron Carter, published exactly 50 years ago today (March 20, 1967).

 

“’Hey mate, what’s your name?’ Richmond supporters shouted to a ‘mystery’ player in yesterday’s practice match.

There was no reply from the player, however, who concentrated on his game on the wing and was the best player afield.

The wingman wore No. 23 in the red team, but there was no such number on the programme.

Because of a printer’s error, the player, 21-year-old Phil Rhoden from University Blues, was shown as No. 3.

Most supporters left the ground not knowing the name of the new wingman.

Rhoden trained with Richmond last year, but did not play in the practice games because of an ankle injury.

Yesterday’s game produced good, entertaining football with many fiery clashes.

In the second quarter Prahran recruit Kevin Sheedy clashed with both Bill Barrot and Wayne Walsh, and later Tony Jewell was involved in incidents with Mike Perry and Kevin Bartlett.

Reserves’ player George McInnes is a much-improved player in the ruck and Pat Guinane at centre half-forward marked well.”