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2018 NAB AFLW DRAFT ORDER

FIRST ROUND
1 Geelong
2 Geelong
3 Carlton
4 Fremantle
5 Collingwood
6 Melbourne
7 Geelong
8 Adelaide
9 Brisbane
10 Western Bulldogs
11 Collingwood
12 Greater Western Sydney

SECOND ROUND
13 Collingwood
14 Geelong
15 Melbourne
16 Carlton – Abbie McKay (father-daughter selection)
17 Fremantle
18 Collingwood
19 Collingwood
20 Geelong
21 Carlton
22 Brisbane
23 Western Bulldogs
24 Geelong
25 North Melbourne

THIRD ROUND
26 Western Bulldogs
27 Carlton
28 Fremantle
29 Collingwood – Sophie Alexander (compensation)
30 Adelaide
31 Melbourne
32 Collingwood
33 Brisbane
34 Western Bulldogs
35 Geelong
36 North Melbourne

FOURTH ROUND
37 Adelaide
38 Carlton
39 Fremantle
40 Carlton
41 Adelaide
42 Carlton
43 Greater Western Sydney
44 Melbourne
45 Brisbane
46 Western Bulldogs
47 Geelong
48 Adelaide

FIFTH ROUND
49 Carlton
50 Fremantle
51 Collingwood
52 Melbourne
53 Adelaide
54 Greater Western Sydney
55 North Melbourne
56 Brisbane
57 Geelong
58 North Melbourne

SIXTH ROUND
59 Fremantle
60 Greater Western Sydney
61 Brisbane
62 Geelong
63 North Melbourne

SEVENTH ROUND
64 Fremantle
65 Greater Western Sydney

EIGHTH ROUND
66 Fremantle
67 Greater Western Sydney

NINTH ROUND
68 Fremantle
69 Greater Western Sydney
70 Collingwood – Erica Fowler (compensation) 

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Welcome to Tyla, Madeline, Jordann and Shelley.  Hope you enjoy belonging to the Melbourne Football Club.  Looking forward to seeing you in the red and blue.

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Glad we've bolstered the forward line some more. Maybe an experienced defender for the interstate free agent. I guess we don't really have a true second ruck now but not as necessary, fingers crossed, over the short season.

Noticed that Paxman was representing the players at draft day - maybe captain or vice captain in 2019?

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8 hours ago, Demonland said:

 

Ana any footage of Jordann?

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8 hours ago, CBDees said:

Ana any footage of Jordann?

I don't believe so. I posted everything the club did. 

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YAAAAWWWWWWWNNNNNNN!!

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1 hour ago, jackaub said:

YAAAAWWWWWWWNNNNNNN!!

No one is forcing you to open the thread or watch it.

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1 hour ago, jackaub said:

YAAAAWWWWWWWNNNNNNN!!

No love for women's footy?

Women's footy is a massive opportunity for clubs to grow, especially clubs like ours. 

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On 10/23/2018 at 8:53 PM, CBDees said:

Ana any footage of Jordann?

Haven’t seen her play, but she is a very popular teaches aide at my daughters school, leaves for Melbourne tomorrow, something she is nervous about having always lived here in Alice.

Good luck to her, she will be missed by the school up here.

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