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Richmond v Essendon: This time, Tigers DO get there in the end - The Age

GOALS: Richmond: Caddy 2, Riewoldt 2, Edwards 2, Ellis, Martin, Lloyd, Elton, Nankervis. Essendon: Daniher 3, Goddard 2, Heppell, Zaharakis, Green, Stewart, Fantasia. BEST: Richmond: Martin, Cotchin, Rance, Ellis, Edwards, Houli. Essendon: Zaharakis ...and more »

Rohan Connolly's last word on round 10 - The Age

That's it for today, folks, been very busy, and good fun, so thanks for all the questions and comments. Hoping to see you back here at 12pm next Monday. Cheers, RoCo signing off. Rohan Connolly will be here blogging live from midday on Monday, Jump in ...and more »

Bulldogs v Saints, Dees v Suns, Tigers v Dons, Crows v Freo: AFL round 10 scores, stats and commentary - ABC Online

The Tigers have broken their losing run with a thrilling Dreamtime at the 'G victory, while the Crows hammered the Dockers by 100 points on Saturday night. Earlier, the Demons posted a much-needed win over the Suns in Alice Springs and the Bulldogs ...and more »

Five talking points: Richmond v Essendon -

Just before half-time the full, roaring ire of the Tiger faithful shook the MCG after an umpiring decision that is certain to be hotly debated. Bomber James Stewart bombed long to a vacant goalsquare, where the ball stopped dead little more than a ...and more »

Match report: Tigers' Dreamtime redemption -

RICHMOND has hung on in a thriller in front of a record home and away Saturday night crowd of 85,656 in the Dreamtime at the 'G game, defeating Essendon by 15 points. A goal to Tigers ruckman Toby Nankervis with less than two minutes to go put the ...and more »

Dimma forgives umpire's rushed behind 'mistake' -

RICHMOND coach Damien Hardwick refused to criticise the umpires for paying a controversial deliberate rushed behind free kick against Tigers defender Jayden Short just before half-time on Saturday night at the MCG. The free kick was paid against Short ...and more »

Richmond end late-game curse with Dreamtime at the 'G win over Essendon at the MCG - Herald Sun

Recent history hasn't been kind to Richmond. An overturned match-winning goal too just last week. Scratchy in close games they say. So they arrived at the MCG facing a scenario which, without being season defining, had significance. SATURDAY BLOG: RE ...and more »

Richmond captain Trent Cotchin says AFL players confused by deliberate rushed behind rule - Wide World of Sports

Richmond skipper Trent Cotchin believes the hotly-debated deliberate rushed behind free kick paid against the Tigers has created even more confusion amongst players. The ambiguous rule was thrust back into the spotlight when Richmond defender Jayden ...and more »

AFL Live: Saturday night footy - The Age

The Bulldogs and Richmond were the big winners as they improved their win-loss records to 6-4 and moved to fourth and fifth on the ladder respectively heading into Sunday. Melbourne kept in touch with the top eight after executing a 65-point turnaround ...and more »

Martin leads Tigers to AFL Dreamtime win - Wide World of Sports

Richmond have their AFL season back on track, downing Essendon by 15 points in a gripping Dreamtime at the 'G clash. The Tigers led by three points at the final break on Saturday night and held the Bombers goalless in the fourth quarter, with late ...and more »