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Grand recollections: Prestia

12:45pm  Oct 19, 2017

Grand recollections: Astbury

5:00pm  Oct 18, 2017

Grand recollections: Lambert

3:44pm  Oct 17, 2017

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Grand recollections: Dion Prestia

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’ prized mature-age midfield recruit, Dion Prestia, talks about the tremendous triumph.

11:17am  Oct 19, 2017

Tigers’ 2017 premiership trade treasures

The value of selective recruiting during the AFL’s annual trade period has been highlighted through Richmond’s 2017 premiership success.

10:12am  Oct 19, 2017

Grand recollections: David Astbury

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, valuable key defender David Astbury talks about the Tigers’ tremendous triumph.

6:22pm  Oct 18, 2017

Lion greats laud gun Tiger forward

Tony Greenberg  April 17, 2017 3:48 PM

Round 4: Jack kicks a small bag Highlights of Jack Riewoldt's Round 4 match against Brisbane.

Former Brisbane dynamic forward duo Jonathan Brown and Alastair Lynch paid tribute to current-day Richmond star key forward Jack Riewoldt following the Tigers’ 52-point victory over the Lions at the Gabba yesterday (Sunday).

Riewoldt was one of the most influential players on the ground, finishing with 15 disposals, including nine contested possessions, three inside-50s, an equal game-high four goals, eight score involvements, plus a team-high eight marks (six of those grabs coming inside the forward 50).

Brown and Lynch, who were providing special comments throughout the match for ‘Fox Footy’, especially admired Riewoldt’s excellent work-rate.

“He works hard to set up leads,” Brown said.

“At one stage, he took an uncontested mark (inside 50), but 50-60 metres out beforehand he zigged and zagged.

“It was so hard for his defender to stay close to him.”

Lynch felt Riewoldt set a shining example through his mobility in attack.

“The Brisbane Lions key forwards would learn a lot from how Jack Riewoldt moves around the ground,” he said.

“He’s not a one-dimensional, run up at the pack and take a mark sort of player.”