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Young Tiger duo sign new deals

Richmond has re-signed emerging Tigers, Connor Menadue and Callum Moore, with the 22-year-olds inking new deals to remain at Tigerland next season.

Menadue, a speedy half-back/wingman, made five senior appearances in 2018 to take his career tally to 33 games after being taken with selection no. 33 overall in the 2014 National AFL Draft.

Moore’s improvement in 2018 saw him play six games at AFL level, for a return of four goals, and provided key forward support to Jack Riewoldt.

At 193cm, Moore has great speed and agility for his height, and contested marking, aerial work, and attack on the ball are his key strengths.

Moore was recruited by Richmond with selection no. 12 overall in the 2016 Rookie Draft.

Richmond's General Manager - Football, Neil Balme said he’s pleased with the pair’s continued development.

“As players, Connor and Callum have some really exciting attributes, they’re also great people to have at our football club, and we look forward to them continuing their improvement in the pre-season,” Balme said.