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2020 Toyota AFL Premiership
Round 14 • Richmond v West Coast Eagles
Metricon Stadium Gold Coast
88 14.4
Full Time Tigers by 27
61 9.7
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    Richo's Points: Round 14 - West Coast

    Matthew Richardson previews Thursday night's Round 14 clash against West Coast at Metricon Stadium.

    Matthew Richardson previews Thursday night's Round 14 clash against West Coast at Metricon Stadium.

    01:17 Mins
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    Richo's Points: West Coast

    Matthew Richardson previews the Round 14 match against West Coast.

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    1. Get the ball to ground

    West Coast are the number one marking team in the AFL, averaging 82 marks a game. It’s a strength that the Eagles have across all their lines, and their ability to maintain possession is elite. If Richmond want to get the pressure levels high, they’ll have to disrupt the Eagles aerially and get the ball to ground.

    04:27 Mins
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    Coaches' Corner: Round 13

    Presented by Hostplus, Justin Leppitsch chats to Richmond media after the Dreamtime match in Darwin.

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    2. Old-fashioned eight-point game

    Both teams will be fighting to stay in the hunt for a double chance, with the Eagles currently sitting in fourth place and Richmond in fifth. With only three games to follow, this becomes a crucial opportunity to seize a place in the ever-important top four.

    08:56 Mins
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    Hardwick previews West Coast

    Damien Hardwick speaks to the media about the Round 14 clash against the West Coast Eagles.

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    3. Bolton brilliance

    Shai Bolton’s emergence this season as an evasive goal-kicking, clearance specialist will have Richmond fans excited for the future. Bolton is reaching elite numbers, averaging two centre clearances, five inside 50s, six score involvements, 382 metres gained, and just under a goal a game.

    03:33 Mins
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    Round 13: Shai Bolton wins best on ground

    Shai Bolton chats to channel Seven about the Dreamtime match and designing the Dreamtime guernsey.

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    Ferocious, clinical Tigers end Eagles' winning streak

    Richmond has broken West Coast's eight-game winning streak, with the reigning premier continuing to gather steam as the truncated 2020 season heads towards finals.

    A powerful Richmond has broken West Coast's eight-game winning streak, with the reigning premier continuing to gather steam as the truncated 2020 season heads towards finals.

    The Tigers have turned the Sunshine State into a virtual MCG, with the 14. (88) to 9.7 (61) result making it six wins from six starts up north.

    00:45 Mins
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    Round 14: Noah lets rip from outside the arc

    Noah Balta gets mobbed by teammates after unleashing an absolute pearler from around 60m out.

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    The 27-point win was built in the third term when the Tigers piled on six goals to extend their lead from six points at half-time to 14 at the final change.

    The Eagles continued to challenge, but without injured star Josh Kennedy (concussion) from early in the game, West Coast was unable to ever take control. In a heavyweight battle, the Eagles hung on but never landed any punches of their own.

    Richmond's depth was again on show as the Tigers continue to revitalise their group on the run ahead of another finals series.

    00:34 Mins
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    Round 14: Unstoppable Tigers

    A flawless string of play from the Tiges, gets Dusty this goal.

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    Without premiership stars Dion Prestia, Shane Edwards and David Astbury, and then losing Dylan Grimes to a hamstring strain, the Tigers were lifted by the likes of Jack Graham (16 disposals and a goal), Jason Castagna (16) and first-gamer Thomson Dow (12) also impressed.

    Trent Cotchin (26 disposals) was excellent in the midfield battle, while Ivan Soldo and Toby Nankervis won the ruck battle against Nic Naitanui.

    West Coast, perhaps due a down game after a brilliant run of form, will be hoping it can quickly recapture its mojo having now lost four of its six games in Queensland this year.

    ROUND 14 WRAP UP

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    Martin's moment of magic
    There aren't many better kicks for goal from the boundary line than Dustin Martin and he proved that again on Thursday night. After a messy kick inside 50 in the third term that was spoiled by the Eagles, the Tigers kept on pressing and pushed forward until West Coast defender Jarrod Brander kicked out on the full. Pinned up against the fence, Martin never looked fussed, calmly and comfortably slotting a clever checkside goal without any sense of fuss or trouble. Martin was busy again against the Eagles as he fires up for another tilt at a big finals series.

    00:54 Mins
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    Round 14: Dusty bender sends everyone berserk

    Dustin Martin conjures an outrageous banana on the boundary to light up the stadium

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    Who was best on field?

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    RICHMOND 1.1 5.2 11.2 14.4 (88)
    WEST COAST 1.0 4.2 8.6 9.7 (61)

    GOALS
    Richmond: Lynch 3, Martin 2, Aarts, Balta, Bolton, Castagna, Graham, Nankervis, Riewoldt, Rioli, Soldo
    West Coast: Darling 3, Ryan 3, Cripps, Kelly, Naitanui

    BEST
    Richmond: Cotchin, Houli, Balta, Martin, Castagna, Bolton
    West Coast: Kelly, Gaff, Ryan, Darling, Shuey, Sheed

    INJURIES
    Richmond: Grimes (hamstring)
    West Coast: Kennedy (concussion)

    00:42 Mins
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    Team song: Richmond

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