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When the month of August comes around, the list changes start.

Please feel free to post additions to this list when they arise.

ADELAIDE 

In: Jordon Butts ® (Murray Bushrangers) Will Hamill (Dandenong Stingrays) Paul Hunter ® (Adelaide) Chayce Jones (Launceston) Shane McAdam (Sturt) Ned McHenry (Geelong Falcons) Lachlan Sholl (Calder Cannons) Tyson Stengle (Richmond) Kieran Strachan  ® (Port Melbourne VFL)

Out: Kyle Cheney (delisted) Harry Dear (delisted) Jackson Edwards ® (delisted) Sam Gibson (retired) Curtly Hampton (retired) Paul Hunter (delisted) Ben Jarman ® (delisted) Mitch McGovern (Carlton) Matthew Signorello (delisted)

BRISBANE LIONS

In: Marcus Adams (Western Bulldogs) Jacob Allison ® (Brisbane Lions) Noah Answerth (Oakleigh Chargers) Ryan Bastinac ® (Brisbane Lions) Tom Berry (GWV Rebels) Tom Fullarton (Category B) Tom Joyce (East Fremantle) Jarryd Lyons (Gold Coast) Lincoln McCarthy (G eel ong) Connor McFadyen (Brisbane Lions Academy) Lachie Neale (Fremantle) Ely Smith (Murray Bushrangers)

Out: Jacob Allison (delisted) Jake Barrett ® (delisted) Ryan Bastinac (delisted) Claye Beams (delisted) Dayne Beams (Collingwood) Tom Bell (delisted) Rohan Bewick (delisted) Liam Dawson (delisted) Jack Frost (retired) Cian Hanley (retired) Sam Mayes (Port Adelaide) Marco Paparone (delisted)

CARLTON

In: Michael Cotterall ® (Dandenong Stingrays)  Alex Fasolo (Collingwood) Michael Gibbons ® (Williamstown) Hugh Goddard ® (St Kilda) Mitch McGovern (Adelaide) Nic Newman (Sydney) Finbar O'Dwyer (Yarrawonga) Matthew Owies (Category B) Will Setterfield (GWS Giants) Ben Silvagni (Oakleigh Chargers) Liam Stocker (Sandringham Dragons) Sam Walsh (Geelong Falcons)

Out: Tom Bugg ® (retired) Ciaran Byrne (retired) Jesse Glass-McCasker ® (delisted) Nick Graham (delisted) Sam Kerridge (delisted) Cillian McDaid (retired) Jed Lamb (delisted) Aaron Mullett (delisted) Cameron O’Shea (delisted) Sam Rowe (delisted) Matthew Shaw ® (delisted) Alex Silvagni (retired) Matthew Wright (retired)

COLLINGWOOD

In: Dayne Beams (Brisbane) Atu Bosenavulagi (Oakleigh Chargers) Tim Broomhead ® (Collingwood) Mark Keane (Category B) Will Kelly (Oakleigh Chargers) Sam Murray ® (Collingwood) Isaac Quaynor (Oakleigh Chargers) Jordan Roughead (Western Bulldogs) Anton Tohill (Category B)

Out: Jarryd Blair (delisted) Tim Broomhead (delisted) Alex Fasolo (Carlton) Kayle Kirby (retired) Sam McLarty (delisted) Sam Murray (delisted) Adam Oxley (delisted) Josh Smith (delisted) 

ESSENDON 

In: Zac Clarke (Fremantle) Matt Dea ® (Essendon) Noah Gown (Gippsland Power) Brayden Ham (Geelong Falcons) Tom Jok ® (Collingwood VFL) Irving Mosquito (Gippsland Power) Dylan Shiel (GWS Giants)

Out: Travis Colyer (Fremantle) Matt Dea (delisted) Brendon Goddard (delisted) Josh Green (delisted) Matthew Leuenberger (retired) Jackson Merrett  (delisted)

FREMANTLE

In: Brett Bewley (Williamstown) Jason Carter (Category B) Travis Colyer (Essendon) Reece Conca (Richmond) Jesse Hogan (Melbourne) Ethan Hughes ® (Fremantle) Rory Lobb (GWS Giants) Ryan Nyhuis ® (Fremantle) Lachlan Schultz (Williamstown) Sam Sturt (Dandenong Stingrays) Luke Valente (Norwood) Tobe Watson ® (Swan Districts)

Out: Michael Apeness (retired) Zac Clark (Essendon) Brady Grey (delisted) Ethan Hughes (delisted) Michael Johnson (retired) Lachie Neal (Brisbane) Ryan Nyhuis (delisted) Danyle Pearce (retired) Tom Sheridan (GWS Giants) Lee Spurr (retired) Luke Strnadica (delisted) Cam Sutcliffe (delisted)

GEELONG

In: Tom Atkins ® (Geelong VFL) Oscar Brownless (Geelong Falcons) Jordan Clark (Claremont) Luke Dahlhaus (Western Bulldogs) Darcy Fort (Central Dustrict) Benjamin Jarvis (Norwood) Jacob Kennerley (Norwood) Nathan Kreuger (South Adelaide) Stefan Okunbor (Category B) Gary Rohan (Sydney Swans) Blake Schlensog (Category B) Jake Tarca (South Adelaide) 

Out: Aaron Black (delisted) Stewart Crameri ® (delisted) Ryan Gardner (delisted) Cory Gregson (delisted) Matthew Hayball ® (delisted) George Horlin-Smith (Gold Coast) Timm House (delisted) Lincoln McCarthy (Brisbane) Daniel Menzel (Sydney Swans) Jordan Murdoch (Gold Coast) Jackson Thurlow (Sydney) 

GOLD COAST SUNS

In: Chris Burgess (West Adelaide) Sam Collins (Werribee) Josh Corbett (Werribee) Corey Ellis (Richmond) Caleb Graham (Gold Coast Academy) George Horlin-Smith (Geelong) Jack Hombsch (Port Adelaide) Ben King (Sandringham Dragons) Jack Leslie ® (Gold Coast Suns) Jack Lukosious (W-West Torrens) Jez McLennan (Central District) Anthony Miles (Richmond) Jordan Murdoch (Geelong) Izak Rankine (West Adelaide) Michael Rischitelli ® (Gold Coast) Brad Scheer ® (Gold Coast Suns) Harrison Wigg ® (Gold Coast Suns)

Out: Michael Barlow (delisted) Aaron Hall (North Melbourne) Josh Jaska ® (delisted) Kade Kolodashnij (Melbourne) Tom Lynch (Richmond) Jarryd Lyons (Brisbane) Steven May (Melbourne) Michael Rischitelli (delisted) Matt Rosa (retired) Jack Scrimshaw (Hawthor) Max Spencer ® (delisted) Mackenzie Willis ® (delisted)

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY

In: Kieren Briggs (GWS Academy) Jye Caldwell (Bendigo Pioneers) Jason Hately (Central District) Ian Hill (Perth) Connor Idun (Geelong Falcons) Shane Mumford (GWS Giants) Xavier O’Halloran (Western Jets)  Tom Sheridan (Fremantle)

Out: Ryan Griffen (retired) Rory Lobb (Fremantle) Tim Mohr (Hawthorn) Tom Scully (Hawthorn) Dylan Shiel (Essendon) Will Setterfield (Carlton) Lachlan Tiziani (delisted)

HAWTHORN

In: Will Golds ® (Oakleigh Chargers) Damon Greaves ® (East Perth) Jacob Koschitzke (Murray Bushrangers) Will Langford ® (Hawthorn) Darren Minchington (St Kilda) Tim Mohr ® (GWS Giants) Jack Scrimshaw (Gold Coast) Tom Scully (GWS Giants) Mathew Walker (GWS Academy) Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide)

Out: Ryan Burton (Port Adelaide) Taylor Duryea (Western Bulldogs) Kurt Heatherley (delisted) Will Langford (delisted) Kieran Lovell (delisted) Jono O'Rourke (delisted) Cyril Rioli (retired) Ty Vickery (retired) Brendan Whitecross (delisted) Dallas Willsmore (delisted)

MELBOURNE

In: Toby Bedford (Dandenong Stingrays) Austin Bradtke (Category B) Kade Chandler ® (Norwood) Marty Hore (Collingwood) James Jordan (Oakleigh Chargers) Kade Kolodjashnij (Gold Coast) Steven May (Gold Coast) Aaron Nietschke (Central District) Braydon Preuss (North Melbourne) Tom Sparrow (South Adelaide)  Corey Wagner (Casey Demons) Guy Walker (Category B )

Out: Harley Balic (retired) Tomas Bugg (Carlton) Lachie Filipovic ® (delisted) Jesse Hogan (Fremantle) Dion Johnstone (delisted) Dean Kent (St Kilda) Mitch King (delisted) Pat McKenna (delisted) Cameron Pedersen (retired) Dom Tyson (North Melbourne) Bernie Vince (retired)

NORTH MELBOURNE 

In: Tom Campbell (Western Bulldogs) Joel Crocker (Sandringham Dragons)Aaron Hall (Gold Coast) Kyron Hayden ® (North Melbourne) Tom McKenzie ® (Northern Knights) Jasper Pittard (Port Adelaide) Jared Polec (Port Adelaide) Bailey Scott (Gold Coast Academy) Curtis Taylor (Calder Cannons) Tarryn Thomas (North Launceston) Dom Tyson (Melbourne) Tom Wilkinson ® (Southport NEAFL)

Out: Ryan Clarke (Sydney Swans) Billy Hartung (delisted) Kyron Hayden (delisted) Mitch Hibberd (delisted) Tom Jeffries ® (delisted) Oscar Junker ® (delisted) Alex Morgan (delisted) Declan Mountford (delisted) Gordon Narrier ® (delisted) Daniel Nielson ® (delisted) Braydon Preuss (Melbourne) Jarrad Waite (retired) Josh Williams ® (delisted) 

PORT ADELAIDE 

In: Ryan Burton (Hawthorn) Zak Butters (Western Jets) Tobin Cox ® (Glenelg) Xavier Duursma (Gippsland Power) Martin Frederick (Category B) Riley Grundy (Sturt) Cameron Hewett ® (Port Adelaide) Scott Lycett (West Coast) Sam Mayes (Brisbane) Kai Pudney (Category B) Connor Rozee (North Adelaide) Boyd Woodcock (North Adelaide) 

Out: Dom Barry (delisted) Cameron Hewett ® (delisted) Jack Hombsch (Gold Coast) Emmanuel Irra ® (delisted) Jake Neade (delisted) Jasper Pittard (North Melbourne) Jared Polec (North Melbourne) Will Snelling ® (delisted) Lindsay Thomas (retired) Jimmy Toumpas (delisted) Chad Wingard (Hawthorn) 

RICHMOND

In: Jake Aarts (Richmond VFL) Mabior Chol ® (Richmond) Riley Collier-Dawkins (Oakleigh Chargers) Luke English (Perth) Tom Lynch (Gold Coast) Jack Ross (Oakleigh Chargers) Sydney Stack ® (Perth) Jacob Townsend ® (Richmond) Fraser Turner (Clarence) Mav Weller (St Kilda) 

Out: Mabior Chol (delisted) Reece Conca (Fremantle) Nathan Drummond (delisted) Corey Ellis (Gold Coast) Ben Griffiths (retired) Shaun Hampson (retired) Sam Lloyd (Western Bulldogs) Anthony Miles (Gold Coast) Tyson Stengle (Adelaide) Jacob Townsend (delisted)

ST KILDA

In: Sam Alabakis (Category B) Jack Bytel (Calder Cannons) Dan Hannebery (Sydney Swans) Dean Kent (Melbourne) Max King (Sandringham Dragons) Nick Hind (Essendon VFL) Matthew Parker (South Fremantle) Callum Wilkie ® (North Adelaide) Robert Young (North Adelaide)

Out: Ray Connellan ® (delisted) Nathan Freeman (delisted) Sam Gilbert (retired) Hugh Goddard (Carlton) Tom Hickey (West Coast) Darren Minchington (Hawthorn) Koby Stevens (retired) Maverick Weller (Richmond) Nathan Wright (delisted)

SYDNEY SWANS

In: Nick Blakey (Sydney Swans Academy) Ryan Clarke (North Melbourne) Zac Foot (Dandenong Stingrays) Justin McInerney (Northern Knights) Daniel Menzel (Geelong) Harry Reynolds ® (Sandringham Dragons) James Rowbottom (Oakleigh Chargers) Jackson Thurlow (Geelong)  Kurt Tippett ® (Sydney) Durak Tucker ® (Peel Thunder) Sam Wicks (Category B)

Out : Jake Brown ® (delisted) Jordan Foote ® (delisted) Dan Hannebery (St Kilda) Alex Johnson (delisted) Harry Marsh (delisted) Nic Newman (Carlton) Dan Robinson (delisted) Gary Rohan (Geelong) Angus Styles ® (delisted) Kurt Tippett (delisted) Dean Towers (delisted)

WEST COAST

In: Patrick Bines (Category B) Shane Mumford (GWS Giants) Keegan Brooksby (Gold Coast) Jarrod Cameron (Swan Districts) Harry Edwards ® (Swan Districts) Luke Foley (Subiaco) Tom Hickey (St Kilda) Xavier O'Neill (Oakleigh Chargers) Josh Smith ® (Collingwood) Bailey Williams (Dandenong Stingrays) 

Out: Tarir Bayok ® (delisted) Ryan Burrows ® (delisted) Callan England ® (delisted) Malcolm Karpany (delisted) Mark LeCras (retired) Scott Lycett (Port Adelaide) Eric Mackenzie (retired) Tony Olango ® (delisted) Luke Partington (delisted)

WESTERN BULLDOGS

In: Ben Cavarra (Williamstown) Taylor Duryea (Hawthorn) Will Hayes (Footscray VFL) Buku Khamis (Category B) Sam Lloyd (Richmond) Bailey Smith (Sandringham Dragon s) Jordon Sweet ® (North Adelaide) Laitham Vandermeer (Murray Bushrangers) Rhylee West (Calder Cannons) Lachie Young  ® (Dandenong Stingrays)

Out : Marcus Adams (Brisbane) Shane Biggs (retired) Tom Campbell (North Melbourne) Kieran Collins (delisted) Luke Dahlhaus (Geelong) Mitch Honeychurch (delisted) Nathan Mullenger-McHugh ® (delisted) Jack Redpath (retired) Jordan Roughead (Collingwood) Clay Smith (retired)

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Out STK: Koby Stevens (retired)

Out: HAW Cyril Rioli (retired)

Out: ADEL Curtly Hampton (retired)

Out: WB Clay Smith (retired)

Out: RICH Shaun Hampson (retired)

They're just recent ones I can think of.

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9 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

MELBOURNE

In: Austin Bradtke (Category B) Guy Walker (Category B)

Out: Harley Balic (retired)

Draft picks: 

Good to see out cat b boys are already in the mix.

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Three more today and they will start going out thick and fast after the weekend.

·         Brendon Goddard (delisted)

·         Alex Silvagni (retired)

·         Jarrad Waite (retired)

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Goddard, hey? Anyone think he can make it as an assistant coach? I mean, he tried hard telling his teammates what to do all the time.

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I seriously considered starting a thread of "Should we pick up Goddard as a delisted free agent" just to watch people spit out their lunch.

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2 minutes ago, Little Goffy said:

I seriously considered starting a thread of "Should we pick up Goddard as a delisted free agent" just to watch people spit out their lunch.

Why don't you go for it?

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3 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Why don't you go for it?

Self-respect? Concern for reputation? Not wanting the responses to overheat the Demonland auto-censor?

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3 hours ago, Little Goffy said:

I seriously considered starting a thread of "Should we pick up Goddard as a delisted free agent" just to watch people spit out their lunch.

Why not? He is a talented ball user, leader, a great size and provides us with some composure in a young defence. Former early draft pick that I think can flourish with a change of club.

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Brisbane: In Tom Fullarton (Cat B)

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44 minutes ago, Axis of Bob said:

Why not? He is a talented ball user, leader, a great size and provides us with some composure in a young defence. Former early draft pick that I think can flourish with a change of club.

Imagine him pointing the finger at Jonesy and telling him what he’s done wrong. 

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21 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Imagine him pointing the finger at Jonesy and telling him what he’s done wrong. 

I expected to log into this thread to find that my post had earned me a suspension! 😁

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On 8/21/2018 at 10:18 PM, M_9 said:

Brisbane: In Tom Fullarton (Cat B)

Thanks for mentioning this - I didn't see that.  I knew a bit about Tom when I lived on the Sunshine Coast (which is where Tom grew up), more from a basketball perspective.  He was a very talented basketball player - from memory, he had been invited to some camps in the USA.  Not surprised to hear he was on the Bullets roster.

Was a good kid from a good, down to earth family.  Good luck to him.

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On 8/21/2018 at 10:18 PM, M_9 said:

Brisbane: In Tom Fullarton (Cat B)

 

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On 8/21/2018 at 10:30 PM, Whispering_Jack said:

Imagine him pointing the finger at Jonesy and telling him what he’s done wrong. 

More effective than DLers due to proximity

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7 minutes ago, The Chazz said:

Please explain?

Apologies my comments apply to Brendon Goddard who i detest.

Bg played a similar role to lewis / vince with a young team

In our case i think it time next year to move on from old slow but composed distributors to more dynamic players with potential 

 

 

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On 8/21/2018 at 5:53 PM, Little Goffy said:

I seriously considered starting a thread of "Should we pick up Goddard as a delisted free agent" just to watch people spit out their lunch.

 

Bg played a similar role to lewis / vince with a young team

In our case i think it time next year to move on from old slow but composed distributors to more dynamic players with potential 

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