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Don't Believe In Never - Part 3 - Richmond Tigers

General NewsThe third instalment of the AFL's 2018 campaign featuring stories of overcoming adversity features the Richmond Football Club and their journey to the 2017 AFL Premiership against the odds. Whilst the two previously published clips featured topics of multiculturalism and diversity (see Don’t Believe In Never – Dema And The Bankstown Bull Sharks and Don’t Believe In Never – Aliir Aliir), this latest about the Tigers' success will resonate with all followers of footy.



Story Synopsis;

Richmond's remarkable 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership

The Richmond Football Club embarked on the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership Season with a renewed focus to ignore the turbulent offseason and perception that a flag was never going eventuate for the current playing group.

The club, their coach Damien Hardwick and captain Trent Cotchin searched within themselves to persevere and continue with their common goal.

Their persistence delivered Richmond their first Grand Final victory in 37 years on Saturday September 30, 2017.
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Don't Believe In Never - Part 3 - Richmond Tigers
Authored by: Jas on Thursday, March 22 2018 @ 12:48 am ACDT

As a passionate Richmond supporter, that story made the hair on the back of my neck stand up, and brought a tears of joy to my eyes.
I’ve been following them all my life since the mid 70s, so growing up, I thought they’d always be in the finals... after 82 the drought began..I can definitely relate to the irate callers and also the words of dimmer feeling the emarrassment for the team with some terrible losses over the years. But I never gave up on the Tigers, and now my 12 and 9 yo sons both barrack for the Tigers. I took them to the qualifying and prelim finals, I couldn’t get them a ticket to the GF, but I got one and witnessed my first Grand Final, and a win at that. The feeling of joy at the end of the game was amazing, as I had begun to think they would not win another in my lifetime. I’m really liking these don’t believe in never short film stories, I think they’re the best promotional material since the “I’d like to see that!” Adds from years ago. Go Tigers!!! Yes I’ll be at the game tomorrow night.