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Richmond smash crowd records

Richmond’s burgeoning reputation as the hottest ticket in town was highlighted at the MCG last night.

1:16pm  Mar 23, 2018

Tigers' lack of discipline disappoints Hardwick

Richmond will need to tighten its discipline ahead of next week's Grand Final rematch, with coach Damien Hardwick concerned after his team gave away seven goals from free kicks in Thursday night's season opener.

11:59pm  Mar 22, 2018

Tigers do enough to topple Blues

Richmond's premiership defence got off to a victorious start, fighting back after conceding the first five goals of the game to Carlton, to win 17.19 (121) to 15.5 (95) at the MCG.

10:18pm  Mar 22, 2018

AFLX wrap: How the Tigers club fared

Adam Curley, AFL Media  February 17, 2018 6:38 PM

AFLX: Castagna's pace Jason Castagna shows his speed and kicks a goal out of midair in the AFLX match against Brisbane.

Game 1: Richmond 3.2.7 (49) def GWS 2.2.2 (34)
Game 2: Brisbane 4.3.8 (66) def Richmond 4.3.3 (61)

The premiers continued their winning ways with a first-up victory but couldn't repeat their efforts to make another Grand Final.

Flag heroes Dan Butler and Jason Castagna were dangerous forwards for the Tigers, while Nathan Broad was a dasher in defence.

Forgotten forwards Sam Lloyd and Reece Conca used the tournament to kickstart the season with both players finding plenty of the ball, with Jayden Short prominent with his pace, and youngster Noah Balta an influential big man. 

Jack Higgins showed glimpses of the talent that made him the club's No.1 draft pick, with both Derek Eggmolesse-Smith and Tyson Stengle also bringing some flash to the day.