19.09.12  Valuable veteran midfielder Shane Tuck will continue his league career at Richmond in 2013.    The 30-year-old will enter a 10th season in the AFL after signing a one-year contract extension with the Tigers.    “Shane has worked as hard as anyone to earn his place in the Richmond team and the consistency of his performances this year has been outstanding,” said Richmond’s General Manager of Football, Craig Cameron.

Valuable veteran midfielder Shane Tuck will continue his league career at Richmond in

Nick Vlastuin, could not take his Tigers jumper off on draft night.  The man welcomed to Punt Rd with pick No.9 wore his jumper to dinner with club officials and family to celebrate his selection.    "There was a supporters' group outside (the draft venue) and from there we went to dinner and I didn't have anything to change into," Vlastuin said.  "So I kept my Richmond jumper on. I didn't take it off until I went to bed."

Nick Vlastuin, could not take his Tigers jumper off on draft night.

Cotch catches coaches' eyes -AFL Coaches Assoc player of the year 04.09.12

Cotch catches coaches' eyes -AFL Coaches Assoc player of the year

FAST thinking Richmond forward Robin Nahas has turned hero, chasing down a thief in the Melbourne suburb of Prahran.    The Tiger goal-sneak was reportedly enjoying coffee with a female friend when a man on a bicycle snatched the friend's bag, with Nahas quickly taking off to dash after him.   272756-tlsnewsportrait.jpg

Robin Nahas has turned hero, chasing down a bag-snatcher in Melbourne

Trent Cotchin (L) and Lance Franklin (R) pose for a photo during an AFL Indigenous All-Stars press conference at AFL House, Melbourne. (Photo: Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Trent Cotchin (L) and Lance Franklin (R) pose for a photo during an AFL Indigenous All-Stars press conference at AFL House, Melbourne.

New dawn: Richmond players train at their redeveloped Punt Road facility on Monday.RICHMOND veteran Chris Newman says former Port Adelaide premiership coach Mark Williams could be just what the club needs to help explosive midfielder Dustin Martin realise his full potential this season.    Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/afl/afl-news/williams-power-for-tigers-20130114-2cppb.html#ixzz2Iv2IZraA

Veteran Chris Newman says former Port premiership coach could be just what Tigers need.

Welcome to Tigerland, Chris Knights! You can read all about Chris Knights signing with Richmond here: http://tige.rs/W5K2kV    #gotiges!

Richmond has signed Adelaide midfielder and unrestricted free agent Chris Knights

18.09.12  Brownlow Medal contender Cotchin finished third in the AFL MVP award on Tuesday and last week won the AFL Coaches Association award.    At 22, he has the world at his feet and is all but assured of the captaincy given up by defender Chris Newman after Round 23.    Talks are under way between manager Anthony McConville and Richmond to renew a contract that expires at the end of 2013.

RICHMOND'S captain-in-waiting Trent Cotchin has opened talks on a long-term deal that will handsomely reward his breakout season.

Dusty Hugs Gary March after the Tiges win against the Hawks- Please pleas lease stay Dusty -Tiger for life

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Dusty Hugs Gary March after the Tiges win against the Hawks- Please pleas lease stay Dusty -Tiger for life

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