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Tigers up for the Magpie challenge

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick is fully aware of the extent of the task that will confront his team in Friday night’s blockbuster preliminary final against Collingwood at the MCG.

4:05pm  Sep 19, 2018

United Petroleum sign on for 2019

Richmond is pleased to announce United Petroleum have signed a new agreement for 2019, as the Club’s official ball partner for the third consecutive year.

1:56pm  Sep 19, 2018

Fly recommits to VFL Tigers

Richmond is pleased to announce VFL and development coach Craig McRae has re-committed to the Club for a further two seasons.

2:30pm  Sep 19, 2018

Tigers excel in even quarters

Tony Greenberg, richmondfc.com.au  June 22, 2018 10:58 AM

Mid-season report card Jen Phelan joins Matt Thompson to grade Richmond's first half of the season.

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

The Tigers have won 10 of 13 last quarters up to the mid-season bye, outscoring their rivals by a combined total of 208 points in those 10 games – 49.33 (327) to 17.17 (119).

What hasn’t received publicity, however, is how strongly the team has fared in second quarters throughout the season.

Richmond also has won 10 of 13 second terms, outscoring its rivals by a total of 124 points in those 10 games – 34.36 (240) to 16.20 (116).

The Tigers’ opening quarters have been impressive as well – nine wins from the 13 games.

But it’s a different story when you look at their third quarters this season, with the 13 games producing just six wins in that term.