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VFL Grand Final squad

The VFL Tigers have named the extended squad that will contest Sunday’s VFL Grand Final against Port Melbourne at Etihad Stadium.

1:51pm  Sep 22, 2017

Hardwick tells Tigers to ignore history

Richmond's past will have no bearing on Saturday's preliminary final against GWS, and that includes the strong form they bring in, according to coach Damien Hardwick.

12:25pm  Sep 22, 2017

Top 10 Tiger preliminary final memories

In the lead-up to Richmond’s 2017 preliminary final against GWS at the MCG on Saturday, Tony Greenberg lists his top 10 Tiger preliminary final memories

11:26am  Sep 22, 2017

Richmond v Brisbane history snapshot

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  July 15, 2017 8:10 AM

Last time we met: Brisbane Watch highlights from the Round 4 win over Brisbane.

Here is a summary of the recent and overall history of the on-field battles between Richmond and Brisbane.

 

Recent history

Round 4, 2017, Gabba

Richmond        5.6       10.9     13.14   17.17 (119)
Brisbane          3.2       4.3       8.6       10.7 (67)

Goals – Richmond: Castagna 4, Riewoldt 4, Rioli 2, Butler, Caddy, Cotchin, Grigg, Grimes, Menadue, Nankervis.
Leading possession-winners – Richmond: Grigg 31, Prestia 22, B. Ellis 21, Cotchin 20, Houli 20.
Goals – Brisbane: Beams 2, Hipwood 2, Zorko 2, Bell, Robinson, Schache, Taylor.
Leading possession-winners – Brisbane: Rockliff 33, Robinson 29, Zorko 26, Beams 25, Rich 21. 

Round 14, 2016, MCG

Richmond        5.4       9.8       14.11   17.15 (117)
Brisbane          2.0       4.0       6.3       11.9 (75)

Goals – Richmond: Riewoldt 4, Edwards 2, Lloyd 2, Menadue 2, Vlastuin 2, Cotchin, Deledio, B. Ellis, Miles, Vickery.
Leading possession-winners – Richmond: Martin 35, B. Ellis 28, Grigg 27, Miles 25, Cotchin 23, Vlastuin 22, Riewoldt 21, Deledio 20.
Goals – Brisbane: Hipwood 3, Taylor 2, Green, Hanley, Jansen, Martin, Schache, Walker.
Leading possession-winners – Brisbane: Rockliff 30, Bastinac 28, Mayes 27, Rich 25, Mathieson 24, Martin 23. 

Round 3, 2015, Gabba

Richmond        4.4       8.5       13.7     21.11 (137)
Brisbane          3.1       4.5       6.7       8.10 (58)

Goals – Richmond: Riewoldt 4, Gordon 2, Griffiths 2, Grigg 2, Martin 2, McIntosh2, Newman 2, Cotchin, Edwards, Knights, Lloyd, Morris.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: Cotchin 37, Houli 32, Martin 29, Miles 29, Edwards 26, B. Ellis 24, Grigg 23, Hunt 23.
Goals – Brisbane: Zorko 2, Aish, Andrews, Christensen, Green, McStay, Paparone.
Leading possession-getters – Brisbane: D. Beams 35, Zorko 27, Rich 23, Aish 21, Bewick 21, C. Beams 20, Martin 20, Paparone 20. 

Round 16, 2014, MCG

Richmond        5.2       7.3       10.4     12.7 (79)
Brisbane          3.2       4.5       6.10     7.12 (54)

Goals – Richmond: Vickery 4, S. Edwards 2, Riewoldt 2, Arnot, Batchelor, Conca, Petterd.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: Cotchin 37, Martin 34, B. Ellis 32, Deledio 27, S. Edwards 27, Petterd 26, Jackson 24, Miles 24, Maric 21, Chaplin 20.
Goals – Brisbane: Zorko 2, Bewick, Close, Green, Mayes, Taylor.
Leading possession-getters – Brisbane: Rockliff 36, Hanley 34, Gardiner 22, Patfull 22, Lester 20, Maguire 20, Martin 20, Paparone 20. 

Round 5, 2014, Gabba

Richmond        2.8       4.10     9.13     15.16 (106)
Brisbane          0.1       3.2       7.6       9.9 (63)

Goals – Richmond: Riewoldt 4, Gordon 3, Martin 3, S. Edwards 2, Arnot, Cotchin, Petterd.
Leading possession-getters – Richmond: Cotchin 32, Grigg 29, Petterd 28, Jackson 24, Conca 23, Ellis 22, Houli 21.
Goals – Brisbane: Brown 4, Bewick, Cutler, Lester, Paine, Taylor.
Leading possession-getters – Brisbane: Rockliff 32, Zorko 28, Lester 26, Adcock 25, Redden 24, Cutler 21, Mayes 20.

 

Overall history

  • Richmond and Brisbane have played 44 times with the Tigers winning 27, losing 16, and one draw.
  • Richmond last defeated Brisbane in Round 4, 2017 at the Gabba – 17.17 (119) to 10.7 (67).
  • Richmond has won its past 10 matches against Brisbane.
  • Richmond and Brisbane have met in just one league final – the 2001 preliminary final – which the Lions won by 68 points (20.16 to 10.8).
  • Richmond and Brisbane have played one drawn match – Round 10, 2007 at Etihad Stadium (10.13 apiece).
  • Richmond’s best winning sequence against Brisbane is 10, from 2010-17.
  • Richmond’s longest losing sequence against Brisbane is five, from 2001-04.
  • Richmond’s highest score against Brisbane is 24.11 (155) in Round 21, 1998 at the MCG.
  • Richmond’s lowest score against Brisbane is 5.15 (45) in Round 11, 1989 at the MCG.
  • Richmond’s greatest winning margin against Brisbane is 82 points in Round 14, 1990 at the MCG, and Round 19, 2006 at Etihad Stadium.
  • Richmond’s greatest losing margin against Brisbane is 77 points in Round 20, 1995 at the Gabba.
  • The most goals kicked by a Richmond player in a match against Brisbane is seven by Jeff Hogg in Round 2, 1993 at the MCG, and Matthew Richardson in Round 2, 1994 at the MCG.
  • Richmond’s biggest-ever crowd against Brisbane is 46,961 in Round 20, 2013 at the MCG.