A fuming Damien Hardwick has taken aim at his Tigers’ lack of intent and woeful inaccuracy, claiming it’s “Richmond killing Richmond” after consecutive costly defeats.
Hardwick’s men are left clinging to a spot inside the top eight ahead of clashes with Fremantle, Brisbane and Port Adelaide after a horror loss to a North Melbourne side that sacked coach David Noble mid-week.
The result follows the Tigers giving up a 40-point second-half lead against Gold Coast last week.
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Richmond started Saturday’s match 3.15 and finished 11.22, including Jake Aarts inexplicably playing on inside 50 in the final minute when he could have kicked the match-winner from a 40m set shot.
But Hardwick was less concerned with…