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10:57pm  Aug 17, 2018

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10:46pm  Aug 17, 2018

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Tigers topple Bombers' challenge

Forced to survive a late scare on Friday night, conceding the final four goals of the match, reigning premier Richmond ended Essendon's slim finals hopes with an eight-point win.

10:37pm  Aug 17, 2018

Team of Bomber-Tigers

In the lead-up to tonight's clash between Richmond and Essendon at the MCG, Tony Greenberg has compiled a team of players who have represented both the Tigers and Bombers on the field of battle throughout the past half-century.

12:37pm  Aug 17, 2018

Richmond and Essendon unite for diversity

Richmond and Essendon Football Clubs will share in an important moment of solidarity just minutes before the teams compete in tonight’s clash at the MCG.

7:15pm  Aug 16, 2018

Tigers top goal spread table

Tony Greenberg,  May 16, 2018 7:00 AM

Round 8: Lambert boots three Watch Kane Lambert's highlights in the Round 8 win over North Melbourne.

Richmond’s impressive spread of goalkickers is a key factor in the team’s success.

After eight rounds of the 2018 season, the Tigers are comfortably ahead of all their rivals with players who have kicked 10 goals or more.

They have six players in this category, compared to their closest rivals West Coast and Hawthorn, who have four apiece.

The full list of 10-plus goalkickers for each AFL team so far this season is:

6 – Richmond (Riewoldt 19, Caddy 16, Castagna 14, Martin 13, Lambert 10, Townsend 10).

4 – West Coast (Darling 22, LeCras 15, Kennedy 15, Waterman 10), Hawthorn (Breust 23, Gunston 17, Roughead 14, Smith 12).

3 – Adelaide (Walker 17, Jenkins 15, McGovern 13), Brisbane (Cameron 15, Zorko 13, Hipwood 10), Carlton (C. Curnow 13, Casboult 11, Wright 10), Collingwood (Hoskin-Elliott 13, Thomas 12, Stephenson 10), Sydney (Franklin 18, Hayward 14, Parker 10).

2 – Essendon (Stewart 13, Stringer 10), Fremantle (McCarthy 11, Walters 10), Geelong (Menzel 15, Hawkins 10), Gold Coast (Lynch 14, Martin 12), North Melbourne (Brown 26, Waite 15), Port Adelaide (S. Gray 13, R. Gray 10), Western Bulldogs (Gowers 12, Bontempelli 10).

1 – Greater Western Sydney (Cameron 19), Melbourne (Hogan 20).

0 – St Kilda