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Caddy takes out Stewart Medal

Richmond forward Josh Caddy has won this year’s Ian Stewart Medal.

5:51pm  May 26, 2018

Depleted Tigers hold off Saints

Richmond has stretched its winning streak at the MCG to 14 games after a hard-fought 28-point victory over St Kilda on Saturday afternoon.

4:27pm  May 26, 2018

VFL Tigers steamroll Lions with a 10-goal final term

Richmond welcomed the Lions on Saturday morning, who gave their hosts more than a scare, but in the end, the class of the Tigers shone through, resulting in a 18.13 (121) to 10.5 (65) win.

3:20pm  May 26, 2018

Tigers in Cardinia  January 17, 2018 12:55 PM

Cardinia open training Nick Vlastuin speaks to the media at Richmond's open training session at Beaconsfield's Holm Park Recreation Reserve.
Beaconsfield’s Holm Park Recreation Reserve turned yellow and black yesterday as the Tigers held their first open training session for 2018. 
Richmond defender Nick Vlastuin said the Tigers attracted almost 1500 members and fans. 
“There’s definitely a lot of fans here, which is expected when we come down (to Beaconsfield),” Vlastuin said on Tuesday.
The Tigers trained at Holm Park Recreation Reserve, before they hosted two kids’ clinics and signed autographs. 
The Club’s connection to the region stems back to 2012, when it joined forces with the Cardinia Shire Council to bring the community together using football, through various programs, events and community engagement initiatives.

The partnership uses football to support and engage with communities based in the Cardinia Shire, a region identified as having a high residential growth corridor that is already home to a large number of Richmond supporters.

The Club is also connected to the region through its wholly-owned subsidiary Aligned Leisure, which manages the Shire of Cardinia’s major recreational facilities.

Richmond and Aligned Leisure work closely with the Club's charity partner, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation, and the Shire of Cardinia, to help protect children from the devastating effects of violence and bullying.
Vlastuin, who became a permanent fixture across the Tigers’ backline in 2017, said the Club was hungry for the upcoming season. 
"It just gives you an extra drive because you know what to expect and you know how good that feeling was after the Grand Final," Vlastuin said.
"Last year was the first year we had that manic pressure and we were still learning that … we're just going to consolidate what we did last year and hopefully it goes all right."