Second quarters have been Richmond’s strength in the first half of the 2022 season.
The Tigers have won nine of their 11 second terms, outscoring opponents by a combined total of 103 points in those games – 49.23 (317) to 30.34 (214).
It’s a different story, however, when you look at Richmond’s last quarters this year, with five wins from the 11 games.
The opposition has outscored the Tigers by 41 points overall in final terms – 41.29 (275) to 34.30 (234).
Third quarters have been good, with eight wins, while the score-line in opening terms is seven wins and four losses.
Richmond’s overall best quarter so far this season is the 7.4 (46) it scored in the final term against West Coast 4.1 (25), Round 7, Optus Stadium.