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  1. BEWITCHED This season was Christian Salem’s best for the club. He was relatively free of injury and held down the spot of the medium sized defender with pace, ability to shut down defenders and rebound the ball forward with his accuracy and skill. Date of Birth: July 15, 1995 Height: 183cm Weight: 83kg Games MFC 2018: 24 Career Total: 70 Goals MFC 2018: 6 Career Total: 19 Votes 2018 Keith 'Bluey' Truscott Memorial Trophy: 403 votes (8th)
  2. Former Demons' CEO Peter Jackson will be our very special guest on the next Demonland Podcast on Wednesday 17th October @ 8:30pm. Let us know if you have a question for Peter. We'll also be doing a wrap up of Trade Week if we ever get around to doing any trades.
  3. INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the home and away season) ROUND ONE 1. Carlton 2. Gold Coast 3. St Kilda 4. Brisbane 5. Fremantle 6. Western Bulldogs 7. Adelaide 8. Essendon 9. Port Adelaide 10. North Melbourne 11. Geelong 12. Greater Western Sydney 13. Sydney 14. Adelaide (received from Melbourne) 15. Hawthorn 16. Collingwood 17: Gold Coast (received off West Coast) 18. Richmond ROUND TWO 19. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 20. West Coast (received from Gold Coast) 21. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda) 22. Brisbane 23. Greater Western Sydney (received from Fremantle) 24. Carlton (received from Western Bulldogs) 25. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 26. Gold Coast (received from Essendon) 27. Port Adelaide 28. North Melbourne 29. Gold Coast (received from Geelong) 30. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney) 31. Sydney 32. Melbourne 33. Hawthorn 34. Sydney (received from Collingwood) 35. West Coast 36. Richmond ROUND THREE 37. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 38. Gold Coast 39. North Melbourne (received off St Kilda via on-trades) 40. Brisbane 41. Gold Coast (received from Fremantle) 42. Western Bulldogs 43. Melbourne (received from Adelaide) 44. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon) 45. Port Adelaide 46. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne) 47. Geelong 48. Greater Western Sydney 49. Collingwood (received from Sydney) 50. Melbourne 51. Hawthorn 52. Collingwood 53: North Melbourne (received from West Coast via on-trades) 54. Geelong (received from Richmond) ROUND FOUR 55. Geelong (received from Carlton) 56. Geelong (received from Gold Coast) 57. St Kilda 58. Brisbane 59. Western Bulldogs (received from Fremantle) 60. Western Bulldogs 61. St Kilda (received from Adelaide via on-trades) 62. Essendon 63. St Kilda (received from Port Adelaide) 64. North Melbourne 65. Carlton (received from Geelong) 66. Greater Western Sydney 67. Sydney 68. Adelaide (received from Melbourne) 69. West Coast (received from Hawthorn via on-trades) 70. Collingwood 71. West Coast 72. Richmond ROUND FIVE 73. Carlton 74. Gold Coast 75. St Kilda 76. Brisbane 77. Fremantle 78. Western Bulldogs 79. Adelaide 80. Essendon 81. Port Adelaide 82. North Melbourne 83. Geelong 84. Greater Western Sydney 85. Sydney 86. Melbourne 87. Hawthorn 88. Collingwood 89. West Coast 90. Richmond ROUND SIX 91. Carlton 92. Gold Coast 93. St Kilda 94. Brisbane 95. Fremantle 96. Western Bulldogs 97. Adelaide 98. Essendon 99. Port Adelaide 100. North Melbourne 101. Geelong 102. Greater Western Sydney 103. Sydney 104. Melbourne 105. Hawthorn 106. Collingwood 107. West Coast 108. Richmond The following future picks were traded in 2017 Adelaide - 2018 round one draft selection from Melbourne via Jake Lever trade, 2018 round four selection from Melbourne via Jake Lever trade, 2018 round two selection from Car lton via Bryce Gibbs trade, 2018 round three selection from Carlton via Bryce Gibbs trade Carlton - 2018 round two draft selection from Adelaide via Bryce Gibbs trade, 2018 round two selection from Western Bulldogs via pick swap, 2018 round four selection from Geelong via Darcy Lang trade Collingwo od - 2018 round three draft selection from Sydney via Sam Murray trade Essendon - 2018 round two draft selection from GWS via Devon Smith trade Geelong - 2018 round three draft selection from Richmond via pick swap, 2018 round four selection from Carlton via Darcy Lang swap, 2018 round four selection from Gold Coast via Gary Ablett trade Gold Coast - 2018 round one draft selection from West Coast, 2018 round two draft selection from Essendon via Adam Saad trade, 2018 round two draft selection from Geelong via Gary Ablett trade, 2018 round three draft selection from Fremantle via Brandon Matera trade Greater Western Sydney - 2018 round two draft selection from Fremantle via Nathan Wilson trade, 2018 round three draft selection from Essendon as part of Devon Smith trade Melbourne - 2018 round three draft selection from Adelaide via Jake Lever trade North Melbourne - 2018 round three selection (tied to West Coast) on-traded by Port Adelaide in pick swap, 2018 round three selection (tied to St Kilda) on-traded by Port Adelaide in pick swap Port Adelaide - 2018 round two draft selection from St Kilda via pick swa p, 2018 round three draft selection from North Melbourne via pick swap Sydney - 2018 roun d two draft selection from Collingwood via Sam Murray trade St Kilda - 2018 round four draft selection from Port Adelaide via Logan Austin trade, 2018 round four draft selection (tied to Adelaide) on-traded by Port Adelaide via pick swap West Coast - 2018 round four draft selection (tied to Hawthorn) from Port Adelaide via Brendon Ah Chee trade, 2018 round two draft selection from Gold Coast Western Bulldogs - 2018 round four draft selection from Fremantle via Hayden Crozier trade
  4. HELLO, GOODBYE? Jesse Hogan passed the 40 goal mark for the third time in his career and despite suffering a foot injury in round 21 against Sydney, he finished with a personal best of 47 goals for the season. That performance is all the better when one takes into account the fact that he was often played for brief periods further down the ground and even in the midfield. Hogan has been pursued for years by Fremantle but the Dockers put in a low bid for him and when that was knocked back they announced they had withdrawn their interest. Date of Birth: February 12, 1995 Height: 195cm Weight: 100kg Games MFC 2018: 20 Career Total: 71 Goals MFC 2018: 47 Career Total: 152 Votes 2018 Keith 'Bluey' Truscott Memorial Trophy: 365 votes
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    Demonland Podcast Featuring Peter Jackson (17/10)

    You can download and subscribe to the Demonland Podcast on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/demonland-podcast/id1220844996?mt=2 You can search Demonland Podcast on any other Podcast catching apps on iOs or Android devices 
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    Demonland Podcast Featuring Peter Jackson (17/10)

    We'll be LIVE in 15 minutes with our Peter Jackson interview. Listen and Chat: http://demonland.com/podcast Call: 03 9016 3666 Skype: Demonland31 We'd love to hear your thoughts on all of our trades from about 9pm.
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    Demonland Podcast Featuring Peter Jackson (17/10)

    Just a reminder that we will be LIVE with our interview with Peter Jackson at 8:30pm Listen and Chat: http://demonland.com/podcast Call: 03 9016 3666 Skype: Demonland31 We'd love to hear your thoughts on all of our trades from about 9pm.
  8. DECLAN GETTING CLOSER Rookie Declan Keilty has been close to selection at Melbourne on a couple of occasions in the past two years but despite some solid displays in defence this year narrowly missed out on one of the more hotly contested key defensive positions, particularly after Jake Lever's injury. He will be back next year as a third year rookie and is likely to get his opportunity in the pre season games. Date of Birth: 8 May, 1995 Height: 194cm Weight: 93kg Games MFC 2018: 0 Career Total: 0 Goals MFC 2018: 0 Career Total: 0 CDFC Games 2018: 20 CDFC Goals 2018: 3
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    I think you'll feel differently once he runs out on the G in Round 1.
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Let me consult my Magic 8 ball and get back to you. 🎱
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Will you feel the same way if May were to win a Norm Smith in a winning Granny a la Brian Lake?
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Sorry wanted to go home.
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Mahoney: Better draft hand after the trades
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Forward line without Jesse according to Mahoney: We were able to kick 100+ points without him.
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    According to Josh Mahoney: Jesse wanted to go home and his preference was Fremantle. Leave on good terms. If Melbourne played in Perth he'd be playing for us.
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    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Josh Mahoney on Trade Radio now.
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