Richmond's team photo (Mens) was taken at the Punt Road Ground.
Richmond unveil its first ever Womens football membership - dubbed Women’s Football Foundation Membership.
Member Number 1 is Ashleigh Barty, the then No.12 ranked singles player.
Richmond 16.17.113 def Melbourne 16.5.101, at Deakin Reserve, Shepparton. 5,190 crowd
Goals: Nankervis 3, Riewoldt 2, Martin 2, Balta 2, Baker 2, Higgins 1, Short 1, Ellis 1, Rioli 1, Weller 1
Alex Rance, David Astbury, Dylan Grimes, Nick Vlastuin, Bachar Houli, Jayden Short, Dion Prestia, Shane Edwards, Trent Cotchin , Daniel Rioli, Riley Collier-Dawkins, Jack Higgins, Jack Riewoldt, Dustin Martin, Daniel Butler ,Toby Nankervis, Kane Lambert, Ivan Soldo, Oleg Markov, Nathan Broad, Jack Ross, Liam Baker, Jack Graham, Brandon Ellis, Maverick Weller, Noah Balta
Butler gives away a 100m penalty (2x50m in succession)
Richmond 14.11.95 def Hawthorn 13.9.87 at University of Tasmania Stadium, 7.10pm. 6.982 crowd
Goals: Riewoldt 3, Higgins 3, Cotchin 2, Weller 2, Butler 2, Nankervis, Balta
Team: Cotin, Higgins, Martin, Graham, Butler, Prestia, Astbury, Rance, Houli, Nankervis, Short, Reiwoldt, Lambert, Broad, McIntosh, Markov, Vlastuin, Edwards, Rioli, Balta, Weller, Jack Ross, Menadue, Soldo, Grimes, Baker.
At halftime Hawthorn led by 40 points.
Richmond kicks 12 goals after halftime.
Jack Higgins, and Daniel Rioli wear black arm bands.
Richmond hosts its Season Launch, combined with a reunion of the 1969 Premiership side and the induction of Jack Baggott and Tony Free into the Hall of Fame, with Jack Titus and Roger Dean elevated to Immortal Status.