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Tigers' pressure back to 'elite level'

Richmond's pressure returned to its premiership best as the Tigers assumed top place on the ladder for the first time since round eight after Sunday's 18-point win over Geelong at the MCG.

8:32pm  Jun 17, 2018

Tigers topple Cats in thriller

Richmond has outlasted Geelong in a titanic struggle on a rain-sodden MCG on Sunday, piling on four goals to one in the final term to win by 18 points.

5:58pm  Jun 17, 2018

VFL Tigers’ shine in gloomy win over Blues

The Tigers willed themselves to every contest and out-worked the Blues to record a blue-collar, 13.14 (92) to 7.12 (54) win.

4:15pm  Jun 17, 2018

Tigers visit regional fans

richmondfc.com.au  April 19, 2017 11:49 AM

Shepparton product Nathan Drummond with Guthrie Street student Jamie Southall. Picture: Julie Mercer, Shepparton News

Shepparton product Nathan Drummond with Guthrie Street student Jamie Southall. Picture: Julie Mercer, Shepparton News

Richmond players visited Primary and Secondary Schools across Victoria on Tuesday.

Fresh off their Round 4 win against Brisbane at the Gabba, the Tigers hosted AFL Super Clinics and visited schools.

The Tigers visited the Club's Next Generation Academy Program towns Mildura, Wangaratta, Shepparton, Castlemaine and Kyneton.

Players also visited Cardinia Shire towns Pakenham and Bunyip. 

Richmond midfielder Nathan Drummond returned to Shepparton, where he grew up played junior football. 

Drummond, alongside teammates Shaun Grigg, Ben Lennon, Kamdyn McIntosh, Kane Lambert, Jayden Short, Dion Prestia and Oleg Markov, held a multicultural coaching session and a skills session for about 400 Primary School children.

They then visited Wanganui Secondary College, Shepparton High School and St Luke’s and St George's Road Primary Schools - engaging with budding Goulburn Valley footballers. 

"It's good to come back to where I'm from and give back a bit of my time," Drummond told WIN News Shepparton.

"It always makes it a bit more special when I come back here because I know a couple of the schools and a few of the kids here."