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Nick solid as a brick

Dependable Richmond small defender Nick Vlastuin played a pivotal role in the Tigers’ stirring victory over Greater Western Sydney at the MCG yesterday.

10:30am  Jul 24, 2017

Harsh lessons paying off for Tigers: Dimma

The harsh lessons learned early in the season are starting to pay off for Richmond, coach Damien Hardwick says, after the Tigers moved into the top four with a crucial win against Greater Western Sydney on Sunday.

6:10pm  Jul 23, 2017

Tigers move up after Giant slog

Richmond has surged into the top four with a tough 19-point win over Greater Western Sydney at a rain-soaked MCG on Sunday afternoon.

3:56pm  Jul 23, 2017

Top 10 Lion-Tigers

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  July 13, 2017 5:38 PM

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Michael Gale played 91 games for Richmond and 105 for Fitzroy.

Ahead of Sunday afternoon’s Round 17 clash between the Tigers and Lions at the MCG, Tony Greenberg lists (in alphabetical order) the top 10 players he’s seen represent both clubs (Richmond and either Fitzroy or Brisbane).

1. Jason BALDWIN
Utility. At the Lions (1989-96): 125 games, 36 goals. At the Tigers (1997): 2 games, 0 goals.

2. Paul BRODERICK
Midfielder. At the Lions (1988-93): 93 games, 80 goals. At the Tigers (1994-01): 169 games, 90 goals. Jack Dyer Medal winner in 1996.

3. Matthew DUNDAS
Rover. At the Lions (1990-93): 73 games, 61 goals. At the Tigers (1994-95): 12 games, 7 goals.

4. Peter FRANCIS
Wingman. At the Lions (1981-83): 40 games, 19 goals. At the Tigers (1984-86): 52 games, 23 goals.

5. Michael GALE
Wingman/half-back. At the Lions (1986-93): 105 games, 29 goals. At the Tigers (1994-98): 91 games, 20 goals.

6. Rory HILTON
Utility. At the Lions (1998): 9 games, 3 goals. At the Tigers (1999-03): 63 games, 41 goals.

7. Jeff HOGG
Key forward. At the Tigers (1986-93): 144 games, 306 goals. Five-time winner of the Tigers’ leading goalkicker award. Club captain in 1993. At the Lions (1994-96): 40 games, 41 goals.

8. Craig LAMBERT
Midfielder. At the Tigers (1988-93): 123 games, 53 goals. Jack Dyer Medal winner in 1991. At the Lions (1994-00): 96 games, 27 goals. Winner of the Lions’ Best and Fairest in 1994.

9. Luke McGUANE
Key defender. At the Tigers (2005-13): 105 games, 39 goals. At the Lions (2014-15): 7 games, 7 goals.

10. Andrew RAINES
Utility. At the Tigers (2004-09): 56 games, 1 goal. Runner-up in the 2006 Jack Dyer Medal. At the Lions (2010-14): 67 games, 14 goals.