Five talking points from the AFL grand final - The Roar

On the biggest stage of all, Richmond broke a 37-year-old VFL/AFL drought to win the premiership, defeating a disappointing Adelaide by 48 points. After missing the finals in 2016 and with the knives out for Damien Hardwick, Richmond completed the ...

Is it time for a best of three grand final series? - The Roar

The AFL has a responsibility, the grand final is over, and many fans are about to go into withdraw. We want more footy! So, what is not to love about the concept of a best of three Game AFL grand final series? More footy. More dollars in the coffers of ...

AFL Grand Final: Tigers star Jack Riewoldt joins The Killers for one of the 'greatest moments ever' - The New Daily

As if winning a grand final was not enough, Richmond forward Jack Riewoldt got the chance to play rock star in an incredible moment following the AFL Grand Final. American band The Killers – who also performed before the match – held a concert on the ...

Cheers turn to tears for Crows faithful at Adelaide Oval and pubs around South Australia - NEWS.com.au

AT Adelaide Oval and in pubs and loungerooms around the state, they gathered in droves to celebrate a premiership. Only it didn't quite turn out that way... Matt Smith. Sunday Mail (SA)September 30, 201711:05pm ...

AFL Grand Final: How Richmond defied the odds – and history – to claim premiership glory - The New Daily

Melbourne buzzes with a special type of electricity when Richmond are involved in the business end of an AFL season. And even though the 2017 season is complete, the Tiger faithful – loyal, loud and a little unhinged – are sure to energise the sporting ...

'I'm Mr Brightside!': The hilarious moment Richmond premiership player Jack Riewoldt jumps on stage to sing with The ... - Daily Mail

Jack Riewoldt celebrated breaking the Tigers' 37-year premiership drought by seizing the opportunity and singing on stage with The Killers. The Richmond player was filmed up on stage with the American band singing 'Mr Brightside' at the after party ...

'It's not supposed to be this way': JJ crushed - AFL.com.au

These are the words a shattered Josh Jenkins uttered when asked to articulate how he was feeling after Adelaide's 48-point Grand Final loss to Richmond. He was right – it was meant to be different for them. The Crows were the best team all year; their ...