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1:08pm  Jul 21, 2017

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McIntosh signs on for two more

Richmond has confirmed a new two-year deal for young West Australian Kamdyn McIntosh.

2:55pm  Jul 21, 2017

Opposition Analysis: Greater Western Sydney, Round 18

Richmond assistant coach Ben Rutten provides a snapshot of Greater Western Sydney’s key attributes ahead of this Sunday’s big clash at the MCG.

2:01pm  Jul 21, 2017

Prestia primed for Giant task

Dion Prestia will be given another run-with role, as the Tigers look to jump back into the top four in a crucial clash against GWS at the MCG on Sunday.

11:24am  Jul 21, 2017

Grigg grabs coaches’ attention

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  May 16, 2017 10:08 AM

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Shaun Grigg battles against Nat Fyfe and Aaron Sandilands at the MCG on Sunday

Hard-running midfielder Shaun Grigg was Richmond’s leading vote-getter in the AFL Coaches Association’s Player of the Year award voting for the Round 8 clash with Fremantle at the MCG.

Grigg received five votes from respective coaches Damien Hardwick (Richmond) and Ross Lyon (Fremantle) for his top-class performance in the Tigers’ two-point loss.

He finished the match with a team-high 31 disposals, including 11 contested possessions, a game-high nine inside-50s and five clearances, plus five marks and a team-high 546 metres gained.

Star key defender Alex Rance picked up four votes following another superb exhibition across Richmond’s backline.

Rance had 20 disposals, including eight contested possessions, a game-high 12 intercepts, team-high seven marks and a game-high 14 one-percenters.

Gun Tiger key forward Jack Riewoldt was given one vote for a 12-disposal display that included a team-high nine score involvements and three goals off his own boot, along with four marks.

 

Full voting details for the Round 8 Richmond v Fremantle match are . . .

10 – Michael Walters (Fremantle)
8 – Bradley Hill (Fremantle)
5 – Shaun Grigg (Richmond)
4 – Alex Rance (Richmond)
2 – Lachie Neale (Fremantle)
1 – Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)