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1:30pm  May 23, 2018

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Top team of Saint-Tigers

In the lead-up to Saturday afternoon's Round 10 clash with St Kilda Tony Greenberg has compiled a team of players who have represented both teams in the last half century.

5:36pm  May 23, 2018

Rae’s Richmond return

Stephen Rae is Richmond’s next Homecoming Hero for the 2018 season.

3:50pm  May 23, 2018

I was spitting blood, but not in pain: Riewoldt

Richmond premiership forward Jack Riewoldt is confident of taking on St Kilda this Saturday, only six days after coughing up blood.

11:23am  May 23, 2018

Vlastuin’s fine form

Tony Greenberg,  May 14, 2018 2:00 PM

Round 8: Highlights Watch the highlights from the Round 8 win over North Melbourne.
Nick Vlastuin marks in front of Jarrad Waite at Etihad Stadium on Sunday - Nick Vlastuin,Richmond Tigers,Etihad Stadium

Nick Vlastuin marks in front of Jarrad Waite at Etihad Stadium on Sunday

Nick Vlastuin reinforced his reputation as one of AFL football’s best small defenders with a superb display in Richmond’s win against North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium yesterday.

Vlastuin showcased his fine football traits right throughout the match – composure, courage, clever football brain and competent decision-making.

He had 26 disposals, a game-high 15 intercepts, game-high eight tackles, five score involvements, 377 metres gained, and took a game-high 12 marks.

After playing such a vital role for the Tigers in their 2017 premiership year, Vlastuin has started this season strongly, averaging 17.7 disposals, 6.2 marks, 3.8 rebound-50s and 3.0 tackles per game.

Vlastuin’s backline teammate Bachar Houli paid tribute to him in a post-match interview yesterday on ‘Fox Footy’.

“The great thing about Nick, normally he provides us with drive, but he can drop off, take a big grab and he’s a really good tackler,” Houli said.

“So he’s got great signs, both offensively and defensively.”