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Sport Tigers will get better in AFL: Gale

02:30  01 october  2017
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Richmond Tigers© Cameron Spencer/AFL Media/Getty Images Richmond Tigers There was no declaration of a dominant era ahead, but Richmond chief executive Brendon Gale says the Tigers can only improve from their AFL premiership season.

Gale's emotional embrace of club president Peggy O'Neal in the stands during Saturday's win was one of the enduring images of the grand final.

He was far from the only Tiger to get carried away in the moment as Richmond stormed to a shock 48-point win over Adelaide, unleashing emotional scenes at the MCG and across Melbourne.

After the match, he said Richmond's list left Damien Hardwick well positioned to turn their 2017 flag into a period of sustained success.

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"I look at our age profile ... there's enormous room for improvement," he told AAP.

"I think there's probably five or six guys maybe more in the reserves that we could have played today, they're quality players.

"There's a very young list. I think we were the youngest team in the eight.

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AFL Menu. LEAGUE . Dustin Martin appears to be back to his best after a relatively slow start to the season (for his lofty standards), and now the Tigers have a group of small forwards that pop up everywhere and pressure, pressure, pressure.

"We go into the post-season with two first-round draft picks.

"But also we know this is a ruthless competition.

"All that doesn't guarantee anything but it suggests we should get better."

Shai Bolton, 18, is the obvious player to come in for round one next year after starring in the club's run to the VFL grand final.

Hardwick opted not to bring the small forward into his side for the AFL finals as he favoured consistency.

The Tigers also have two picks at the back end of the first round of the draft after securing an on-traded selection from Geelong.

And they have Dusty.

The first man to win the Brownlow Medal, Norm Smith Medal and win a flag in a single season, Dustin Martin this year signed on for seven seasons at the Tigers, locking him in until 2024 at Punt Road.

Gale said a fired-up supporter base, revealed once more as the biggest in the country, would ensure the Tigers stay strong.

"This year has been a story of unity. In unity is strength. And there's power," he said.

"Our fans have been a major part of that unity.

"There's now 18 teams. It's very hard to win a premiership. It's very hard to get to a grand final.

"To win against Adelaide... it's certainly a very emotional, very special achievement."

Perfect Grand Final farewell for Rhinos' McGuire .
Danny McGuire brought the curtain down on his distinguished rugby league career with two tries and two drop goals to inspire Leeds Rhinos to another Super League Grand Final triumph as they beat Castleford Tigers 24-6 on Saturday. Club favourite and captain McGuire, playing his last match for Leeds at 34, produced a man-of-the-match performance in the handsome victory at a rainy Old Trafford as the Rhinos celebrated a record eighth Grand Final triumph.

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