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Richmond Tigers AFL

After 37 years of pain, frustration and humiliation, the Richmond Football Club won the 2017 AFL Grand Final in incredible fashion, climbing from 13th on the ladder in 2016 to blitz the competition and taste the ultimate success.

That made the Tigers the team to beat in 2018, and back-to-back flags looked all but inevitable until they were stunned by a rampaging Collingwood side in the preliminary finals.

Now, armed with more firepower than ever after signing Tom Lynch from the Gold Coast Suns, Richmond are hell bent on returning to the top. Let’s take a look at their title odds for the 2019 AFL season and find some value for punters.

About the Richmond Tigers

Established: 1885
Home ground: MCG
Coach: Damien Hardwick
Captain: Trent Cotchin
Premierships: 11 – 1920-21, 1932, 1934, 1943, 1967, 1969, 1973-74, 1980, 2017
2018 ladder finish: 1st

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Updated Richmond futures betting

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Richmond 2019 AFL fixture

Tigers AFL schedule
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Carlton Blues MCG Thursday, March 21 7:20pm AEDT
2 Collingwood Magpies MCG Thursday, March 28 7:20pm AEDT
3 GWS Giants Sydney Showground Saturday, April 6 4:35pm AEDT
4 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, April 13 4:05pm ACST
5 Sydney Swans Marvel Stadium Saturday, April 20 7:25pm AEST
6 Melbourne Demons MCG Wednesday, April 24 7:35pm AEST
7 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 4 7:25pm AEST
8 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Sunday, May 12 3:20pm AWST
9 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Sunday, May 19 3:20pm AEST
10 Essendon Bombers MCG Saturday, May 25 7:25pm AEST
11 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Friday, May 31 7:50pm AEST
12 Geelong Cats MCG Friday, June 7 7:50pm AEST
13 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Thursday, June 13 7:20pm ACST
14 BYE
15 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, June 30 1:10pm AEST
16 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Saturday, July 6 2:10pm AEST
17 GWS Giants MCG Sunday, July 14 1:10pm AEST
18 Port Adelaide Power MCG Saturday, July 20 1:45pm AEST
19 Collingwood Magpies MCG Friday, July 26 7:50pm AEST
20 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, August 3 7:25pm AEST
21 Carlton Blues MCG Sunday, August 11 3:20pm AEST
22 West Coast Eagles MCG Sunday, August 18 1:10pm AEST
23 Brisbane Lions MCG TBA TBA

Richmond Tigers 2018 playing list

Richmond Tigers players
Player DOB Games Goals Position Height/weight Recruited from Debut
1. Nick Vlastuin 19/4/1994 96 20 Defender 187cm, 87kg Northern u18 Rd 5, 2013
 2. Dylan Grimes 16/7/1991  104 3 Defender 193cm, 90kg Northern u18 Rd 22, 2010
3. Dion Prestia  12/10/1992 117 37 Midfield 175cm, 82kg Gold Coast (AFL) Rd 2, 2011
4. Dustin Martin 26/6/1991 178 181 Midfield 187cm, 82kg Bendigo u18 Rd 1, 2010
5. Brandon Ellis 3/8/1993 135 46 Defender 181cm, 82kg  Calder u18 Rd 1, 2012
6. Shaun Grigg 19/4/1988  192 93 Mid/def 190cm, 84kg  Carlton (AFL) Rd 14, 2007
7. Dan Butler 3/6/1996 23  30  Forward 182cm, 80kg Nth Ballarat u18 Rd 1, 2017
8. Jack Riewoldt 31/10/1988 255 537 Forward 193cm, 92kg Tasmania u18 Rd 9, 2007
9. Trent Cotchin (C) 7/4/1990 198 118  Midfielder 185cm, 85kg Northern u18 Rd 8, 2008
10. Shane Edwards 7/1/1988 207 140  Fwd/mid 182cm, 81kg Nth Adelaide (SANFL) Rd 4, 2007
11. Jason Casatgna 12/7/1996 30 28 Forward 182cm, 81kg Northern u18 Rd 6, 2016
12. David Astbury  26/7/1991 85 8 Defender 195cm, 96kg Nth Ballarat u18 Rd 4, 2010
14. Bachar Houli 12/5/1988 170 38  Midfield 180cm, 84kg  Essendon (AFL) Rd 7, 2007
15. Jayden Short 24/1/1996 32 8 Midfield 178cm, 75kg Northern u18  Rd 2, 2016
16. Shaun Hampson 21/3/1988 98 38 Ruck/fwd 201cm, 104kg Carlton (AFL) Rd 21, 2007
17. Daniel Rioli  16/4/1997 43 38 Forward 179cm, 76kg Nth Ballarat u18 Rd 1, 2016
18. Alex Rance 19/10/1989 175 9  Defender 194cm, 94kg Swan Districts (WAFL)  Rd 11, 2017
21. Jacob Townsend 20/6/1993 37 20  Midfield 187cm, 89kg GWS Giants (AFL)  Rd 1, 2012
22. Josh Caddy 28/9/1992  117 92  Mid/fwd 186cm, 88kg Geelong (AFL) Rd 23, 2011
 23. Kane Lambert 26/11/1991 52 28 Midfield 178cm, 77kg Williamstown (VFL) Rd 2, 2015
24. Ben Griffiths 17/9/1991 63 42 Forward 200cm, 101kg Eastern u18  Rd 10, 2010
25. Toby Nankervis 12/8/1994 36 14 Ruck 199cm, 102kg Sydney (AFL) Rd 14, 2015
26. Anthony Miles 28/2/1992 70 24 Midfield 180cm, 80kg GWS Giants (AFL) Rd 4, 2012
27. Sam Lloyd 3/3/1990 50 64 Forward 180cm, 83kg Frankston (VFL) Rd 4, 2014
28. Jack Higgins 19/3/1999 Midfield 177cm, 76kg Oakleigh u18
29. Shai Bolton 8/12/1998 6 3 Forward 175cm, 76kg Fremantle (WAFL) Rd 9, 2017
30. Reece Conca 12/8/1992 86 21 Defender 181cm, 83kg Perth (WAFL) Rd 1, 2011
31. Oleg Markov 8/5/1996 15 3 Forward 188cm, 78kg Nth Adelaide (SANFL) Rd 16, 2016
32. Corey Ellis 9/10/1996 23 7 Defender 184cm, 80kg Western u18 Rd 5, 2015
33. Kamdyn McIntosh 3/4/1994 53 10 Mid/def 191cm, 91kg Peel Thunder (WAFL) Rd 1, 2015
34. Jack Graham 25/2/1998 5 5 Forward 181cm, 82kg Nth Adelaide (SANFL) Rd 22, 2017
35. Nathan Broad 15/4/1993  12  0 Mid/fwd  191cm, 89kg Swan Districts (WAFL) Rd 12, 2016
37. Connor Menadue 19/9/1996 28 10  Mid/fwd 187kg, 80cm Western u18 Rd 7, 2015
38. Noah Balta 23/10/1999  – Fwd/def 194cm, 94kg  Calder u18
39. Nathan Drummond 19/1/1995 5 2  Midfield  182cm, 80kg Murray u18 Rd 4, 2015
40. Callum Coleman-Jones 13/6/1999 Ruck/fwd 200cm, 97kg Sturt (SANFL)
42. Ryan Garthwaite  30/6/1998 Fwd/def  192cm, 90kg  Murray u18
 45. Patrick Naish 15/1/1999 Mid/fwd 181cm, 71kg Northern u18
46. Ben Miller 31/8/1998  – Fwd/def  195cm, 94kg Subiaco (WAFL)
 47. Ivan Soldo 14/4/1996 7 1 Ruck 204cm, 106kg Northern u18 Rd 7, 2017

Richmond Tigers records

Most matches: Kevin Bartlett – 403 (1965–1983)
Most goals kicked in one match: Doug Strang – 14 goals (R2, 1931)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Jack Dyer – 6 (1932, 1937-1940, 1946)
Most matches as coach: Tom Hafey – 248 (1966–1976)
Most goals in a season: Michael Roach – 112 (1980)
Most career goals: Jack Titus – 980 (1926–1943)

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