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Riewoldt’s top Tassie honour

Star Richmond key forward Jack Riewoldt will tonight be inducted into the Tasmanian Football Hall of Fame at a gala function at Hobart’s Wrest Point Casino.

9:42am  Jun 23, 2018

Rance ready for rarefied air

Alex Rance seems set to join an exclusive group of AFL players later this year.

6:00am  Jun 23, 2018

Tigers excel in even quarters

Richmond’s ability to overpower opposing teams in the final quarter of matches this season has attracted considerable attention.

10:58am  Jun 22, 2018

Tigers must keep improving

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  October 10, 2017 10:29 AM

Riewoldt recalls Grand Final moments Jack Riewoldt speaks to RSN about his favourite moments from the Grand Final.

Star Richmond key forward Jack Riewoldt is fully aware the Tigers have to take their game to an even higher level next season if they are to stay ahead of the pack.

That, however, is a challenge Riewoldt and his teammates are eagerly looking forward to taking on.

“We have to get better . . . it’s really hard to repeat. So we know that we need to get better,” Riewoldt said on SEN.

GF: Riewoldt's monster marks

“But that’s the thing I think, as a senior player, I’m most excited about . . .

“We probably had six guys that could have easily fitted into that side and played the role that we needed . . . the likes of Sam Lloyd, Jayden Short and Anthony Miles.

“Those guys are players that could have easily played on Grand Final day for us as well.

“So there’s that, as well as the two first round picks we have . . . To get some new talent in, and maybe a young, key forward is really exciting . . .

“The age demographic of the group certainly tends to us, hopefully, getting better.”