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Why GWS should not have let Richmond premiership forward Jacob Townsend leave - NEWS.com.au

DEFENSIVE Richmond premiership forward Jacob Townsend is just what GWS needs — problem is, the Giants once had him NEIL CORDY writes. Neil Cordy. Herald SunOctober 1, 201711:36pm. Richmond's Jacob Townsend helped the Tigers put the hurt on his former ...and more »

Tiger Army roars as Richmond soldiers bring AFL glory - The Australian

What does a premiership mean to a club such as Richmond? The answer came streaming into the gates of the Punt Road Oval, wearing jumpers and waving flags, pushing prams and kicking footballs. By the time the last had arrived, barely a blade of grass ...and more »

Tigers fans set to party after premiership demolition job - The Australian

Things are about to get a little Dusty. Remember last year's blow out in Melbourne's west after the Bulldogs broke their premiership drought? Just wait till the yellow and black masses go on a once-in-a-generation tear. Richmond supporters came to the ...and more »

AFL Outsider: Why Richmond was brilliant, not boring, and deserves respect after incredible flag win - Fox Sports

Dustin Martin holds the premiership cup up at Richmond's Family Day. (AAP Image/Julian Smith)Source: AAP. DUST, anybody, no? The covering of dust that descended over Richmond this morning was worse than the meteorological phenomenon that engulfed ...and more »

AFL grand final: Richmond fans gather for raucous family day after historic win over Adelaide Crows - ABC Online

About 20,000 Richmond Football Club fans have packed out the club's home ground at Punt Road Oval to celebrate the Tigers' drought-breaking AFL premiership. The Tigers beat the Adelaide Crows by 48 points at the MCG on Saturday. Fans sang the team song ...and more »

AFL grand final: Richmond Tigers fans finally able to cheer a premiership win - The Age

The dam wall burst at the MCG on Saturday about 20 minutes into the final quarter when former GWS Giant Jacob Townsend kicked his second goal. Not the Adelaide defensive dam. That breached in the third term when Richmond kicked five goals to one to all ...and more »

Tigers roar: Richmond fans swarm Punt Rd Oval, Swan St, Punt Rd and Melbourne CBD - NEWS.com.au

POLICE were forced to use capsicum spray as random cars were ambushed and Adelaide merchandise set on fire while Richmond fans celebrated. Aaron Langmaid, Monique Hore. Sunday Herald SunOctober 1, 20179:56am. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00 ...and more »

Richmond's win was great for Tiger fans but troubling for the AFL - NEWS.com.au

RICHMOND'S players aren't the only ones with pounding headaches today. The Tigers' win was a terrible result for football. Jai Bednall@jaibednall · news.com.auOctober 1, 20174:45pm. Richmond is celebrating — but is the rest of the AFL? (Photo by ...and more »

Tigers' Punt Road base erupts as heroes break 37-year premiership drought - The Age

The jubilant roars of long-suffering Richmond fans echoed throughout Melbourne on Saturday afternoon, as the Tigers' 37-year premiership drought came to an end. The 13,000-strong crowd at Punt Road Oval, who got to see the win in the second-best ...and more »

AFL grand final 2017: Ain't no party like a Tigerland party - Brisbane Times

Swan Street has been closed by a mob of ecstatic Richmond fans throwing one of the all-time great premiership parties. The crowd, estimated in the tens of thousands, descended on the shopping and restaurant strip not long after their team broke a 37 ...and more »