HARD-running Richmond midfielder Shaun Grigg has signed on for another two years at Tigerland.
The Tigers revealed late yesterday that Grigg, a former Redan junior and North Ballarat Rebel, would remain at Punt Road until the end of the 2015 season.
Grigg has been a key member of the Tigers’ midfield brigade since being traded from Carlton at the end of the 2010 season.
Richmond general manager of football Dan Richardson said Grigg was highly regarded about the club as a player and person.
“He has become an important member of the team, with his ability to find space and use the ball efficiently, as well as providing valuable leadership skills to the playing group,” Richardson told richmondfc.com.au.
Grigg reached his 100th AFL game in round 15 this season against North Melbourne.
He had suited up in 43 games for Carlton after he was drafted to the Blues in 2006.
The 25-year-old had a career-best season in 2012.