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Riewoldt strong and bold

Jack Riewoldt valiantly flew the flag for Richmond in its preliminary final loss to Collingwood.

3:28pm  Sep 22, 2018

Dusty 'was always going to play'

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick insists superstar Dustin Martin was "fine" to play in Friday night's first preliminary final, saying the Tigers never considered ruling him out of the blockbuster.

1:02am  Sep 22, 2018

Tigers' season comes to an end

Collingwood has stunned Richmond by 39 points at the MCG on Friday night to book its spot in the 2018 Grand Final.

10:18pm  Sep 21, 2018

NGA Tiger crowned league Best & Fairest

richmondfc.com.au  September 12, 2018 1:45 PM

Tongala rising star Mackenzie Cowley.

Tongala rising star Mackenzie Cowley.

Richmond Next Generation Academy talent Mackenzie Cowley has capped a brilliant year of football. 

At just 14-years old, Cowley was last month crowned the Murray Football League's under-17 competition Best & Fairest. 

Playing for Tongala, Cowley registered 26 votes across the season - five votes clear of the runner-up. 

The agile midfielder experienced a stellar season in 2018. 

He made his senior debut for the Blues in the Murray league, captained the AFL Victoria Kickstart team and was selected for the Boomerangs National Indigenous team.

Cowley was first engaged with the Club's NGA program in April 2017.

He has also been involved in the Club's Korin Gamadji Institute programming, which support our next generation of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander leaders.

Richmond’s General Manager of Football, Neil Balme, congratulated Cowley.

“I’d like to pass my congratulations on to Macca," Balme said.

"He is clearly a very talented and determined young man.

"To win this award is some achievement, but to do it as a 14-year-old is very impressive.

"The Club looks forward to working closely with him as he continues to develop his football craft."