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i can't recall, do we have our first round draft pick for 2019 still? pretty sure we do, as i think we have to use it right?

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We still have our 2019 pick and need to use it I believe based on that 4 year cycle rule. It will be good to get some elite young talent in again next year. Taylor and co landed Clarry and Weid last time they had first round picks!

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On 11/25/2018 at 2:26 PM, Lord Travis said:

We still have our 2019 pick and need to use it I believe based on that 4 year cycle rule. It will be good to get some elite young talent in again next year. Taylor and co landed Clarry and Weid last time they had first round picks!

Our first round pick will probably be pick 18 in 2019, I don't see us getting another top 10 pick for a while 'Lord'...let alone 2.

 

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I am personally much more interested in the list of free agents next year. We shouldn't have an early first-round draft pick unless one or more of our better players is traded, and I can't see that happening tbh.

We must start to lure some top-shelf free agents while we are in the window. That's if any are available ofc.

Hopefully though at the end of next season, if things go our way, we wont care very much.

 

 

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Many of next year's crop will come from the elite players training at AFL Clubs this week.

WHO'S TRAINING AT YOUR CLUB? 

Adelaide: Dylan Stephens, Will Gould, Karl Finlay

Brisbane Lions: Tom Griffiths*, Will Martyn, Bruce Reville*, Kobe Tozer, Saxon Crozier*, Samson Ryan*, Ben Jungfer* (NT), Malcolm Rosas (NT), Joel Jeffrey* (NT)

Carlton: Caleb Serong, Brodie Kemp, Matt Rowell

Collingwood: Trent Bianco, Lachlan Potter, Brock Smith

Essendon: Andrew Courtney, Emerson Jeka, Ryan Gardner

Fremantle: Jeremy Sharp, Luke Jackson, Jack Buller, Trent Rivers

Geelong: Cooper Stephens, Darcy Chirgwin, Flynn Perez

Gold Coast: Connor Budarick, Ashton Crossley*, Hewago Paul-Oea, Alex Davies*, Jack Johnson*, Matt Conroy*, Ben Jungfer* (NT), Malcolm Rosas (NT), Joel Jeffrey* (NT)

GWS: Liam Delahunty, Tom Green, Matt McGrory, Charlie Byrne*

Hawthorn: Marcus Toussaint, Jamieson Rossiter, Dylan Williams

Melbourne: Noah Anderson, Fraser Phillips, Charlie Dean

North Melbourne: Mitch O'Neill, Will Peppin*, Jared Dakin*, Jackson Callow*, Sam Collins*, Oliver Davis*

Port Adelaide: Jackson Mead, Cameron Taheny, Kysaiah Pickett

Richmond: Jack Mahony, Lachlan Ash, Fischer McAsey

St Kilda: Bigoa Nyuon, Hayden Young, Sam Flanders

Sydney: Luke Parks*, Jackson Barling*, Hamish Ellem*, Josh Rayner, Braedon Campbell*, Errol Gulden*, Will Chandler

West Coast: Mitch Georgiades, Elijah Taylor, Rhai Arn Cox, Deven Robertson

Western Bulldogs: Jack Bell, Hugo Ralph-Smith, Josh Worrell, Darcy Cassar

Players in the Allies squad

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Time for my 2019 Phantom Draft - I hope I haven’t gone too early with this one 😀

1. Matt Rowell 180cm 70kg 1/7/01 Vic Metro/Oakleigh Chargers Midfielder
2. Cameron Taheny 184cm 72kg 3/8/01 South Australia/Norwood Forward/defender
3. Noah Anderson 189cm 84kg 17/2/01 Vic Metro/Oakleigh Chargers Midfielder
4. Mitch O'Neill 181cm 69kg 21/2/01 Tasmania/North Hobart Midfielder
5. Dylan Williams 185cm 78kg 1/7/01 Club: Vic Metro/Oakleigh Chargers Forward
6. Tom Green 188cm 85kg 23/1/01 GWS Academy/Marist Forward
7. Lachlan Ash 186cm 77kg 21/6/01 Murray Bushrangers Shepparton Bears Defender 
8. Jeremy Sharp 185cm 72kg 13/8/01 Western Australia/East Fremantle Defender/midfielder
9. Caleb Serong 177cm 80kg 9/2/01 Vic Country/Gippsland Power Half-forward/midfielder
10. Sam Flanders 183cm 81kg 24/7/01 Gippsland/Power Moe Forward 

 

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On 11/25/2018 at 12:53 PM, Rocky said:

i can't recall, do we have our first round draft pick for 2019 still? pretty sure we do, as i think we have to use it right?

Looking at the top ten is pretty pointless unless we swap with the Blues or the Suns!

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On 12/22/2018 at 2:30 PM, Chelly said:

10. Sam Flanders 183cm 81kg 24/7/01 Gippsland/Power Moe Forward 

Another Fish Creek junior close to making the big league!

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13 hours ago, Demon Disciple said:

Another Fish Creek junior close to making the big league!

I thought the Flanders family hailed from Springfield?

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On 2/8/2019 at 6:15 AM, samcantstandya said:

So it looks like Kobe Farmer can't  be selected till next year at the earliest.

Not sure if Kobe Farmer is rated as highly as what we thought he did.

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On 4/13/2019 at 7:10 AM, Whispering_Jack said:

Knightmare has issued his April Draft Power rankings ~

AFL Draft Power Rankings: Giants academy prospect holds off chargers from Oakleigh

The National Under 18 Championships aren’t far away. Here’s a preview from AFL Draft Central of the first of the trial games for Victorian selection

Scouting notes from the trials.

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An Australian Under 18 squad played the Casey Demons at the MCG in an exhibition game.

Casey went full bore in the first half and led by four goals at the main break with 10 AFL listed players but took most of them off for the second half and the Aussie team took over and won by about four goals. Best for the Australian team we’re Oakleigh Chargers pair Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson.

AUSTRALIA UNDER 18 SQUAD

Lachlan Ash (Murray Bushrangers)
Noah Anderson (Oakleigh Chargers)
Trent Bianco (Oakleigh Chargers)
Connor Budarick (Gold Coast Academy)
Nick Bryan (Oakleigh Chargers)
Liam Delahunty (GWS Giants Academy)
Sam Flanders (Gippsland Power)
Will Gould (Glenelg) 
Thomas Green (GWS Giants Academy)
Luke Jackson (East Fremantle)
Emerson Jeka (Western Jets)
Brodie Kemp (Bendigo Pioneers)
Fischer McAsey (Sandringham Dragons)
Jack Mahony (Sandringham Dragons)
Will Martyn (Brisbane Lions Academy)
Jackson Mead (Woodville-West Torrens) 
Mitch O’Neill (Tasmania Devils)
Kysaiah Pickett (Woodville-West Torrens) 
Malcolm Rosas jnr (Northern Territory)
Matthew Rowell (Oakleigh Chargers)
Caleb Serong (Gippsland Power)
Jeremy Sharp (East Fremantle)
Cooper Stephens (Geelong Falcons) *
Dylan Williams (Oakleigh Chargers)
Joshua Worrell (Sandringham Dragons)
Hayden Young (Dandenong Stingrays)

* injured and did not play

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Some good players in that lot, oddly enough.  I only watched a little bit of the game, but there were a couple of very hard at it mids with pace and skill running around out there. 

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