Richmond have survived a huge fright before eventually overcoming winless Gold Coast by 15 points at Carrara Stadium.
- Tigers captain Katie Brennan kicked three goals in Richmond’s 6.5 (41) to 4.2 (26) win
- Gold Coast fought back from a 15-point half-time deficit to get within three points
- The Suns’ last win was against West Coast on March 15 last year
After keeping the Suns scoreless in the second term, the Tigers opened up a 15-point lead at half-time and appeared headed for a routine victory.
But the hosts tore up the script in the third term, with their manic pressure and superior energy levels stunning the visitors, whose lead was at one stage trimmed to just three points.
However, that is as close as Gold Coast would get as…
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