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2023 Toyota AFL Premiership
Richmond v St Kilda
Round 14 •
90 13.12
Full Time
70 11.4
Tigers Won By 20
MCG,  Melbourne  • Wurundjeri
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    Game Day Guide: Round 14 v Richmond

    Your one-stop guide for everything you need to know heading into Saturday's game against Richmond at the MCG.

    Welcome back to the jungle. The red, white and black are back at the MCG to tackle the Tigers for a blockbuster Saturday night.

    Round 14

    Richmond v St Kilda
    Saturday 17 June
    MCG, 7:25pm AEST
    Broadcast live on Channel 7, Fox Footy, Kayo and the official AFL Live App

    Gates open at 5:30pm AEST.

    Round 14 is a St Kilda AWAY game.

    Sandringham will play Richmond earlier in the at the Swinburne Centre, commencing at 1:05pm.

    VFL Round 13 

    Richmond v Sandringham
    Saturday 17 June
    1:05pm, Swinburne Centre
    Streamed live on AFL.com.au

    Click here to secure your tickets to Saturday night's prime-time clash between the Saints and Tigers.

    For further information about tickets, please refer to the table below.

      Level 1 Level 2 Level 2A Level 4
    Shane Warne Stand Not available Not available Not available Q1-Q13
    Q14-Q15½ (K-DD)
    Ponsford Stand M28-M29, ROWS A-Z Not available - Q29-Q36
    Olympic Stand Not available Not available - Q49, rows P-MM
    Q50-Q55, rows K-MM
    Cheer Squad Allocations:

    Richmond: M3-M4, rows A-K
    St Kilda: M33, rows A-O
       

    Additional Information:

    Public ticket sales available and Gates 1 & 3

       

     

    Members, don’t forget to please check your email for detailed instructions from our Membership Team on how to make the most of your game-day.

    Got a question? Click here to view our FAQs.

    The Member Zone is a new online space dedicated to link St Kilda members with all the information they need to get the most out of their memberships.

    To access our Member Zone, click here.

    Public Transport disruptions

    There are planned train disruptions impacting Saturday's match.

    Buses replace trains on sections of the Cranbourne, Pakenham, Frankston, Stony Point and Sandringham lines this weekend.

    • Passengers should allow extra time when travelling to and from the MCG.
    • Please be aware after games there may be increased congestion and delays getting onto the platforms at Richmond and Jolimont stations.
    • Passengers are advised to return to where they got off the bus prior.

    For further information and to plan your journey at ptv.vic.gov.au.

    Metro disruptions

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    Parking

    Limited general public parking in Yarra Park is available for this match. Click here for parking information as well as alternative parking options close to the MCG, and continue to check regularly for updates. Parking is subject to availability, and may fill for this match. Please arrive early and keep an eye on the MCG Twitter account for parking updates.

    Parking can be pre-booked via Ticketek here, subject to capacity. Patrons who pre-book parking should allow plenty of time to arrive and park to ensure you are inside the ground for the match start. Queues to enter Yarra Park parking gates are likely. A pre-booked parking ticket does not allow express entry.

    Inside the 'G...

    • You will be required to enter via the gate listed on your ticket.
    • The MCG is a cashless venue. All food, beverage, merchandise and ticketing outlets will be cashless – so all transactions will need to be made on your debit or credit card.
    • The MCG is a smoke, e-cigarette and vape free venue. Patrons found smoking or vaping inside the Ground will face immediate eviction.
    • At the MCG, your safety is our priority. If you experience any form of antisocial behaviour, please report it by texting 'Assist' to the MCG's antisocial text hotline on +61 409 117 621.

    The G-Train Mobility Shuttle Service

    The G-Train Mobility Shuttle Service operates during public events held at the MCG.

    The service is free and accessible to patrons with mobility challenges. The G-Train also features vehicles with wheelchair-friendly access.

    Pre-booking is not required; simply wait at a designated pick up point for the next available buggy. The service has pick up points from the following locations:

    • Richmond Station
    • Jolimont Station
    • Accessible Parking Area

    For more information about getting to the MCG and Saturday's match, click here.

    Follow St Kilda's official social media channels for all the latest news and behind-the-scenes action on game day.

    Join the conversation and show your support through InstagramFacebook and Twitter by using the official hashtags #SaintsFooty and #AFLTigersSaints.

    Visit the official Saints Match Centre for live in-game stats, highlights, news and other updates.

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    Rain comes down, but not on Tigers' parade as Saints fall short

    St Kilda has fallen short to Richmond at a rain-soaked MCG by 14 points as Trent Cotchin celebrated his 300th game in style.

    Former Richmond captain Trent Cotchin has turned back the clock in his 300th game to inspire the finals-hunting Tigers to a crucial 20-point win over St Kilda.

    In the first half alone at the MCG, Cotchin had 19 disposals, eight contested possessions, three clearances, three inside 50s and booted two clutch goals that brought the house down and revived the Tigers after a slow start.

    With former coach Damien Hardwick among those in the stands watching on, Cotchin finished with 29 disposals to help Richmond prevail 13.12 (90) to 11.4 (70) in teeming rain and leave them just two points outside the top eight.

    Tim Taranto (38 disposals, 10 tackles, six clearances and a goal) and Dustin Martin (34 touches, seven clearances) starred in the midfield while Nick Vlastuin and Jayden Short were excellent.

    St Kilda's Brad Crouch (33 touches) and Brad Hill (31) fought hard while former Tiger Dan Butler (three goals) provided a spark as the Saints spurned a chance to draw level with the top four on points.

    SAINTS MATCH CENTRE: View all news, stats and videos from Round 14

    Richmond's Noah Balta arguably won an entertaining duel with Max King.

    Initially, the Saints appeared poised to spoil the party.

    St Kilda booted the first four goals of the game before Shai Bolton stopped the rot and Short launched a long bomb to get Richmond back within reach.

    Just before quarter-time, with Richmond trailing by 15, Cotchin marked just inside 50 and lined up for goal. The former captain used the maximum possible run-up, drove through the goal and sent the MCG into raptures.

    Every Tiger on the field ran to Cotchin - and it started a run of four consecutive majors. Cotchin booted the first goal of the second term and the Tigers nudged out to an 18-point lead at half-time.

    Young Richmond tall Samson Ryan was substituted out at half-time with an ankle concern.

    In the third quarter, Vlastuin intercepted at will then snapped his first goal since 2020 to send the Tigers out to a game-high 25-point lead.

    But Saints smalls Butler, Jack Higgins and Ryan Byrnes struck to cut the deficit to seven points at the final change.

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    The final quarter proved a genuine arm wrestle.

    But with barely two minutes left, Taranto burst through a stoppage and booted a wonderful goal with the outside of his right boot, then Bolton added another to ice the game.

    Sparks fly as a new rivalry catches fire

    A great rivalry may have been born at the MCG on Saturday night when Max King and Noah Balta lined up on each other. There's no questioning the massive potential of the two young stars, but now there's a bit of spice that'll be sure to keep things interesting through the next decade or so. King had two goals on the board by quarter-time and let Balta know about both of them, however, the Tiger was also one of his side's best. When the rain came it didn't suit either, but they maintained their intensity at the ball, and each other, throughout.

    WLWLWLWLWL

    It's an unusual headline and it's something St Kilda players and fans will want to see the back of as soon as possible - although not next week. The Saints haven't had consecutive wins - or losses - since their opening unbeaten run was broken in round five. However, they'll be hoping to maintain the sequence just a little bit longer with a win against Brisbane next week before, all red-white-and-black fingers crossed, breaking it in round 16 against West Coast at Optus Stadium.

    RICHMOND  6.4  10.7  11.10  13.12 (90)
    ST KILDA  5.0  7.8  11.3  11.4 (70)

    GOALS
    Richmond: Bolton 3, Short 2, Miller 2, Cotchin 2, Vlastuin, McIntosh, Baker, Taranto
    St Kilda: Butler 3, King 2, Higgins 2, Gresham, Caminiti, Byrnes, Battle

    BEST
    Richmond: Vlastuin, Cotchin, Balta, Short, Martin, Taranto
    St Kilda: Sinclair, Crouch, Butler, Wanganeen-Milera, Marshall, 

    INJURIES
    Richmond: Ryan (ankle)
    St Kilda: Nil

    SUBSTITUTES
    Richmond: Hugo Ralphsmith (replaced Samson Ryan at half-time)
    St Kilda: Cooper Sharman (replaced Dougal Howard in the third quarter)

    Crowd: 62,686 at the MCG

    Ian Stewart Medal

    8 - Tim Taranto
    5 - Trent Cotchin
    3 - Shai Bolton
    2 - Dustin Martin
    2 - Nick Vlastuin
    2 - Dan Butler

    Anna Harrington (AAP)

    3 - Trent Cotchin
    2 - Tim Taranto
    1 - Dustin Martin

    Michael Barlow (SEN)

    3 - Tim Taranto
    2-  Trent Cotchin 
    1 - Dustin Martin

    Matthew Lloyd (3AW)

    3 - Tim Taranto
    2 - Nick Vlastuin
    1 - Trent Cotchin

    Ian Stewart

    3 - Shai Bolton
    2 - Dan Butler
    1 - Trent Cotchin

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