Richmond’s substantial winning margins in its past three Grand Finals has consolidated a trend for the Club that dates back to 1969.

That year, the Tigers emerged victorious over Carlton in the premiership-decider by 25 points.

The comfortable winning margin on the last Saturday in September ’69 has proven to be Richmond’s smallest in all its Grand Final triumphs since then.

The Tigers have an average winning margin of 53.3 points in their past seven premiership-decider victories (including 1969).

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Their biggest win was in the 2019 Grand Final, when they walloped Greater Western Sydney by 89 points.

In Richmond’s first six AFL/VFL premierships, from 1920-1967, its average Grand Final winning margins was just 13.9 points.

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Here are the final scores from the Tigers’ past seven triumphant premiership-deciders . . .

1969: Richmond 12.13 (85) defeated Carlton 8.12 (60).

1973: Richmond 16.20 (116) defeated Carlton 12.14 (86).

1974: Richmond 18.20 (128) defeated North Melbourne 13.9 (87).

1980: Richmond 23.21 (159) defeated Collingwood 9.24 (78).

2017: Richmond 16.12 (108) defeated Adelaide 8.12 (60).

2019: Richmond 17.12 (114) defeated Greater Western Sydney 3.7 (25).

2020: Richmond 12.9 (81) defeated Geelong 7.8 (50).

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Grand recollections: Bachar Houli

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