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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the home and away season)

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Melbourne 
3. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
4. Sydney 
5. St Kilda
6. Fremantle 
7. North Melbourne 
8. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
9. Port Adelaide 
10. Hawthorn 
11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
12. Western Bulldogs 
13. Greater Western Sydney
14. West Coast
15. Brisbane (received from Collingwood)
16. Richmond 
17. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
18. Geelong

ROUND TWO

19. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
20. Melbourne 
21. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
22. West Coast (received from Sydney) 
23. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
24. Fremantle 
25. North Melbourne 
26. Adelaide 
27. Port Adelaide 
28. Hawthorn 
29. Essendon
30. Western Bulldogs 
31. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney)
32. West Coast
33. Collingwood
34. Richmond 
35. Brisbane 
36. Geelong

ROUND THREE

37. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
38. Melbourne 
39. Carlton 
40. Sydney 
41. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
42. Brisbane (received from Fremantle) 
43. North Melbourne 
44. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
45. Hawthorn (received from Port Adelaide)
46. Western Bulldogs (received from Hawthorn) 
47. Essendon
48. Western Bulldogs 
49. Greater Western Sydney
50. Sydney (received from West Coast)
51. Collingwood
52. Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 
53. Brisbane 
54. Geelong

ROUND FOUR

55. St Kilda (received from Gold Coast)
56. Melbourne 
57. Sydney (received from Carlton) 
58. Sydney 
59. West Coast (received from St Kilda)
60. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
61. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
62. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
63. Port Adelaide 
64. Collingwood (received from Hawthorn) 
65. Essendon
66. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
67. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney)
68. St Kilda (received from West Coast)
69. Collingwood
70. Richmond 
71. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
72. Richmond (received from Geelong)

ROUND FIVE

73. Gold Coast
74. Melbourne 
75. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
76. Sydney 
77. St Kilda
78. Fremantle 
79. North Melbourne 
80. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
81. Port Adelaide 
82. Hawthorn 
83. Essendon
84. Western Bulldogs 
85. Greater Western Sydney
86. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
87. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
88. Richmond 
89. Brisbane 
90. Geelong

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Blues still end up with a pick inside the Top 10. Good work Crows.

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No change to the draft order after teams 7 & 8 lose their elimination finals.

INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after week one of finals)

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Melbourne 
3. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
4. Sydney 
5. St Kilda
6. Fremantle 
7. North Melbourne 
8. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
9. Port Adelaide 
10. Hawthorn 
11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
12. Western Bulldogs 
13. Greater Western Sydney
14. West Coast
15. Brisbane (received from Collingwood)
16. Richmond 
17. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
18. Geelong

ROUND TWO

19. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
20. Melbourne 
21. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
22. West Coast (received from Sydney) 
23. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
24. Fremantle 
25. North Melbourne 
26. Adelaide 
27. Port Adelaide 
28. Hawthorn 
29. Essendon
30. Western Bulldogs 
31. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney)
32. West Coast
33. Collingwood
34. Richmond 
35. Brisbane 
36. Geelong

ROUND THREE

37. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
38. Melbourne 
39. Carlton 
40. Sydney 
41. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
42. Brisbane (received from Fremantle) 
43. North Melbourne 
44. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
45. Hawthorn (received from Port Adelaide)
46. Western Bulldogs (received from Hawthorn) 
47. Essendon
48. Western Bulldogs 
49. Greater Western Sydney
50. Sydney (received from West Coast)
51. Collingwood
52. Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 
53. Brisbane 
54. Geelong

ROUND FOUR

55. St Kilda (received from Gold Coast)
56. Melbourne 
57. Sydney (received from Carlton) 
58. Sydney 
59. West Coast (received from St Kilda)
60. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
61. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
62. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
63. Port Adelaide 
64. Collingwood (received from Hawthorn) 
65. Essendon
66. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
67. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney)
68. St Kilda (received from West Coast)
69. Collingwood
70. Richmond 
71. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
72. Richmond (received from Geelong)

ROUND FIVE

73. Gold Coast
74. Melbourne 
75. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
76. Sydney 
77. St Kilda
78. Fremantle 
79. North Melbourne 
80. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
81. Port Adelaide 
82. Hawthorn 
83. Essendon
84. Western Bulldogs 
85. Greater Western Sydney
86. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
87. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
88. Richmond 
89. Brisbane 
90. Geelong

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after week two of finals)

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Melbourne 
3. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
4. Sydney 
5. St Kilda
6. Fremantle 
7. North Melbourne 
8. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
9. Port Adelaide 
10. Hawthorn 
11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
12. Western Bulldogs 
13. West Coast
14. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
15. Greater Western Sydney
16. Brisbane (received from Collingwood)
17. Richmond
18. Geelong

ROUND TWO

19. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
20. Melbourne 
21. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
22. West Coast (received from Sydney) 
23. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
24. Fremantle 
25. North Melbourne 
26. Adelaide 
27. Port Adelaide 
28. Hawthorn 
29. Essendon
30. Western Bulldogs 
31. West Coast
32. Brisbane
33. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
34. Collingwood
35. Richmond
36. Geelong

ROUND THREE

37. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
38. Melbourne 
39. Carlton 
40. Sydney 
41. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
42. Brisbane (received from Fremantle) 
43. North Melbourne 
44. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
45. Hawthorn (received from Port Adelaide)
46. Western Bulldogs (received from Hawthorn) 
47. Essendon
48. Western Bulldogs 
49. Sydney (received from West Coast)
50. Brisbane
51. Greater Western Sydney
52. Collingwood
53. Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 
54. Geelong

ROUND FOUR

55. St Kilda (received from Gold Coast)
56. Melbourne 
57. Sydney (received from Carlton) 
58. Sydney 
59. West Coast (received from St Kilda)
60. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
61. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
62. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
63. Port Adelaide 
64. Collingwood (received from Hawthorn) 
65. Essendon
66. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
67. St Kilda (received from West Coast)
68. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
69. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
70. Collingwood
71. Richmond
72. Richmond (received from Geelong)

ROUND FIVE

73. Gold Coast
74. Melbourne 
75. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
76. Sydney 
77. St Kilda
78. Fremantle 
79. North Melbourne 
80. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
81. Port Adelaide 
82. Hawthorn 
83. Essendon
84. Western Bulldogs 
85. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
86. Brisbane
87. Greater Western Sydney 
88. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
89. Richmond
90. Geelong

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after week three of finals)

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Melbourne 
3. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
4. Sydney 
5. St Kilda
6. Fremantle 
7. North Melbourne 
8. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
9. Port Adelaide 
10. Hawthorn 
11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
12. Western Bulldogs 
13. West Coast
14. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
15. Brisbane (received from Collingwood) 
16. Geelong
17. Greater Western Sydney
18. Richmond

ROUND TWO

19. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
20. Melbourne 
21. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
22. West Coast (received from Sydney) 
23. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
24. Fremantle 
25. North Melbourne 
26. Adelaide 
27. Port Adelaide 
28. Hawthorn 
29. Essendon
30. Western Bulldogs 
31. West Coast
32. Brisbane
33. Collingwood
34. Geelong
35. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
36. Richmond

ROUND THREE

37. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
38. Melbourne 
39. Carlton 
40. Sydney 
41. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
42. Brisbane (received from Fremantle) 
43. North Melbourne 
44. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
45. Hawthorn (received from Port Adelaide)
46. Western Bulldogs (received from Hawthorn) 
47. Essendon
48. Western Bulldogs 
49. Sydney (received from West Coast)
50. Brisbane
51. Collingwood
52. Geelong
53. Greater Western Sydney
54. Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 

ROUND FOUR

55. St Kilda (received from Gold Coast)
56. Melbourne 
57. Sydney (received from Carlton) 
58. Sydney 
59. West Coast (received from St Kilda)
60. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
61. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
62. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
63. Port Adelaide 
64. Collingwood (received from Hawthorn) 
65. Essendon
66. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
67. St Kilda (received from West Coast)
68. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
69. Collingwood
70. Richmond (received from Geelong)
71. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
72. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

73. Gold Coast
74. Melbourne 
75. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
76. Sydney 
77. St Kilda
78. Fremantle 
79. North Melbourne 
80. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
81. Port Adelaide 
82. Hawthorn 
83. Essendon
84. Western Bulldogs 
85. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
86. Brisbane
87. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
88. Geelong
89. Greater Western Sydney
90. Richmond

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the finals)

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Melbourne 
3. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
4. Sydney 
5. St Kilda
6. Fremantle 
7. North Melbourne 
8. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
9. Port Adelaide 
10. Hawthorn 
11. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
12. Western Bulldogs 
13. West Coast
14. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
15. Brisbane (received from Collingwood) 
16. Geelong
17. Greater Western Sydney
18. Richmond

ROUND TWO

19. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
20. Melbourne 
21. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
22. West Coast (received from Sydney) 
23. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
24. Fremantle 
25. North Melbourne 
26. Adelaide 
27. Port Adelaide 
28. Hawthorn 
29. Essendon
30. Western Bulldogs 
31. West Coast
32. Brisbane
33. Collingwood
34. Geelong
35. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
36. Richmond

ROUND THREE

37. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
38. Melbourne 
39. Carlton 
40. Sydney 
41. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
42. Brisbane (received from Fremantle) 
43. North Melbourne 
44. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
45. Hawthorn (received from Port Adelaide)
46. Western Bulldogs (received from Hawthorn) 
47. Essendon
48. Western Bulldogs 
49. Sydney (received from West Coast)
50. Brisbane
51. Collingwood
52. Geelong
53. Greater Western Sydney
54. Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 

ROUND FOUR

55. St Kilda (received from Gold Coast)
56. Melbourne 
57. Sydney (received from Carlton) 
58. Sydney 
59. West Coast (received from St Kilda)
60. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
61. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
62. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
63. Port Adelaide 
64. Collingwood (received from Hawthorn) 
65. Essendon
66. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
67. St Kilda (received from West Coast)
68. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
69. Collingwood
70. Richmond (received from Geelong)
71. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
72. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

73. Gold Coast
74. Melbourne 
75. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
76. Sydney 
77. St Kilda
78. Fremantle 
79. North Melbourne 
80. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
81. Port Adelaide 
82. Hawthorn 
83. Essendon
84. Western Bulldogs 
85. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
86. Brisbane
87. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
88. Geelong
89. Greater Western Sydney
90. Richmond

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It’s official, we now have 3 and 21

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Admin needs to amend the forum name now :(

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (after the Gold Coast concessions) 

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Gold Coast
3. Melbourne 
4. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
5. Sydney 
6. St Kilda
7. Fremantle 
8. North Melbourne 
9. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
10. Port Adelaide 
11. Hawthorn 
12. Greater Western Sydney (received from Essendon)
13. Western Bulldogs 
14. West Coast
15. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
16. Brisbane (received from Collingwood) 
17. Geelong
18. Greater Western Sydney
19. Richmond

ROUND TWO

20. Gold Coast
21. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
22. Melbourne 
23. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
24. West Coast (received from Sydney) 
25. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
26. Fremantle 
27. North Melbourne 
28. Adelaide 
29. Port Adelaide 
30. Hawthorn 
31. Essendon
32. Western Bulldogs 
33. West Coast
34. Brisbane
35. Collingwood
36. Geelong
37. Essendon (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
38. Richmond

ROUND THREE

39. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
40. Melbourne 
41. Carlton 
42. Sydney 
43. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
44. Brisbane (received from Fremantle) 
45. North Melbourne 
46. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
47. Hawthorn (received from Port Adelaide)
48. Western Bulldogs (received from Hawthorn) 
49. Essendon
50. Western Bulldogs 
51. Sydney (received from West Coast)
52. Brisbane
53. Collingwood
54. Geelong
55. Greater Western Sydney
56. Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 

ROUND FOUR

57. St Kilda (received from Gold Coast)
58. Melbourne 
59. Sydney (received from Carlton) 
60. Sydney 
61. West Coast (received from St Kilda)
62. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
63. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
64. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
65. Port Adelaide 
66. Collingwood (received from Hawthorn) 
67. Essendon
68. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
69. St Kilda (received from West Coast)
70. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
71. Collingwood
72. Richmond (received from Geelong)
73. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
74. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

75. Gold Coast
76. Melbourne 
77. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
78. Sydney 
79. St Kilda
80. Fremantle 
81. North Melbourne 
82. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
83. Port Adelaide 
84. Hawthorn 
85. Essendon
86. Western Bulldogs 
87. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
88. Brisbane
89. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
90. Geelong
91. Greater Western Sydney
92. Richmond

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The AFL works in strange ways

Essendon heavily sanctioned and falls to the bottom of the ladder. Rewarded with pick one.

Melbourne crippled with injuries and fall to the bottom of the ladder. Reward push back their draft pick. It would only happen in the Afl

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5 minutes ago, John Lord said:

The AFL works in strange ways

Essendon heavily sanctioned and falls to the bottom of the ladder. Rewarded with pick one.

Melbourne crippled with injuries and fall to the bottom of the ladder. Reward push back their draft pick. It would only happen in the Afl

Really feels like we have been shafted again, I haven't keep up with this year's crop who will Melbourne pick up with 1st pick?

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The AFL has a strange way of doing things. giving the suns additional picks of young players, who given time will eventually want to move back home or anywhere that is not the goldcoast. No Salary cap relief because the AFL does not want to compromise the salary cap? I guess no player ever gets paid outside the salary cap through sweet heart deals with sponsors or supporters including the AFL.

I seem to recall the Swans had additional salary cap for years and GWS probably still has a bigger salary cap than all the other teams. But the AFL in their wisdom dont want to do that for the Suns.  Why did Ablett go to the suns in the first place, why are most of the player moving clubs, because of $'s offered.  Additional $'s will allow the sun to get bigger named seasoned players now who can help turn the club around now and who will stay as long as they are getting paid well.

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (at end of first week of trades)

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Gold Coast
3. Melbourne 
4. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
5. Sydney 
6. Greater Western Sydney (received from St Kilda)
7. Fremantle 
8. North Melbourne 
9. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
10. Port Adelaide 
11. Hawthorn 
12. St Kilda (received from Greater Western Sydney) (received from Essendon)
13. Western Bulldogs 
14. Geelong (received from West Coast)
15. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
16. Brisbane (received from Collingwood) 
17. Geelong
18. St Kilda (received from Greater Western Sydney)
19. Richmond

ROUND TWO

20. Gold Coast
21. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
22. Fremantle (received from Melbourne)
23. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
24. Geelong (received from West Coast)  (received from Sydney) 
25. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
26. Melbourne (received from Fremantle) 
27. North Melbourne 
28. Adelaide 
29. Port Adelaide
30. Hawthorn 
31. Essendon
32. Western Bulldogs 
33. Essendon (received from West Coast)
34. Brisbane
35. Collingwood
36. Geelong
37. Geelong (received from Essendon) (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
38. Richmond
39. Richmond (Brandon Ellis concession)
Greater Western Sydney (Adam Tomlinson concession)

ROUND THREE

41. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
42. Hawthorn (received from Melbourne)
43. Carlton 
44. Sydney 
45. Western Bulldogs (received from St Kilda)
46. West Coast (received from Brisbane) (received from Fremantle) 
47. North Melbourne 
48. Adelaide (Cameron Ellis-Yolmen concession)
49. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
50. Melbourne (received from Hawthorn) (received from Port Adelaide)
51. Western Bulldogs (received from Hawthorn) 
52. Brisbane (received from West Coast)(received from Essendon)
53. Western Bulldogs 
54. Sydney (received from West Coast)
55. Brisbane
Brisbane (received from Collingwood)
57. Essendon (received from West Coast) (received from Geelong)
58. Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 

ROUND FOUR 

Greater Western Sydney (received from
St Kilda) (received from Gold Coast)
60. Greater Western Sydney
Hawthorn (received from Melbourne)
62. Sydney (received from Carlton) 
63. Sydney 
64. Brisbane (received from West Coast) (received from St Kilda)
65. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
66. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
67. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
68. Port Adelaide 
69. Collingwood (received from Hawthorn) 
70. Essendon
71. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
72. West Coast
73. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
74. Collingwood
75. Richmond (received from Geelong)
76. Carlton (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
77. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

78. Gold Coast
79. Fremantle (received from Melbourne) 
80. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
81. Sydney 
82. St Kilda
83. Fremantle 
84. North Melbourne 
85. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
86. Port Adelaide 
87. Hawthorn 
88. Essendon
89. Western Bulldogs 
90. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
91. West Coast (received from Brisbane)
92. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
93. Geelong
94. Greater Western Sydney
95. Richmond

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My initial reaction to loosing pick 2 to the Gold Coast was to be absolutely spitting chips (like hey, we haven't been shafted enough at the draft by the expansion clubs).  But right now I'm kind of at peace with pick 3 and 8.  Look back a few years at what picks 4 and 9 got us, how the players taken just before them fared and similar for pick 2 and 3 a few years before that and I think the semi lottery nature of the draft shows it's hand.  Makes me think that one first round pick is more or less as good as any other.

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INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER (at end of trade period)

ROUND ONE

1. Gold Coast
2. Gold Coast
3. Melbourne 
4. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
5. Sydney 
6. Greater Western Sydney (received from St Kilda)
7. Fremantle 
8. Melbourne (received from North Melbourne) 
9. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
10. Fremantle (received from St Kilda) (received from Port Adelaide)
11. Hawthorn 
12. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda) (received from Greater Western Sydney) (received from Essendon)
13. Western Bulldogs 
14. Geelong (received from West Coast)
15. Gold Coast (received from Brisbane) 
16. Brisbane (received from Collingwood) 
17. Geelong
18. Port Adelaide (received from St Kilda) (received from Greater Western Sydney)
19. Richmond

ROUND TWO

20. Gold Coast
21. Brisbane (received from Gold Coast)
22. Fremantle (received from Melbourne)
23. Adelaide (received from Carlton) 
24. Geelong (received from West Coast)  (received from Sydney) 
25. Sydney (received from St Kilda)
26. North Melbourne (received from Melbourne) (received from Fremantle) 
27. North Melbourne 
28. Adelaide 
29. Port Adelaide
30. Hawthorn 
31. Essendon
32. Sydney Swans (received from St Kilda) (received from Western Bulldogs) 
33. Essendon (received from West Coast)
34. Brisbane
35. Collingwood
36. Geelong
37. Adelaide (received from Geelong) (received from Essendon) (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
38. Richmond
39. Richmond (Brandon Ellis concession)
40. Greater Western Sydney (Adam Tomlinson concession)

ROUND THREE 

41. Richmond (received from Gold Coast)
42. Hawthorn (received from Melbourne)
43. Carlton 
44. Sydney 
45. Adelaide Crows (received from Western Bulldogs) (received from St Kilda)
46. West Coast (received from Brisbane) (received from Fremantle) 
47. North Melbourne 
48. Brisbane Lions (received from Sydney) (received from Carlton)  Carlton (received from Adelaide)
49. Adelaide (Cameron Ellis-Yolmen concession)
50. North Melbourne (received from Melbourne) (received from Hawthorn) (received from Port Adelaide)
51. St Kilda (received from Western Bulldogs) (received from Hawthorn) 
52. Brisbane (received from West Coast)(received from Essendon)
53. Western Bulldogs 
54. Hawthorn (received from Carlton) (received from Sydney) (received from West Coast)
55. Brisbane
56. Richmond (received from St Kilda) (received from Sydney) (received from Collingwood)
57. Carlton (received from Essendon) (received from West Coast) (received from Geelong)
58. Fremantle (received from St Kilda) (received from Geelong) (received from Gold Coast (received from Richmond) 

ROUND FOUR 

59. Greater Western Sydney (received from
St Kilda) (received from Gold Coast)
60. Greater Western Sydney)
61. Essendon (received from Carlton) received from Hawthorn) (received from Melbourne)
62. Collingwood (received from Sydney) (received from Carlton) 
63. Hawthorn (received from Carlton) (received from Sydney) 
64. Essendon (received from Brisbane) (received from West Coast) (received from St Kilda)
65. Essendon (received from Fremantle) 
66. Port Adelaide (received from North Melbourne)
67. Port Adelaide (received from Adelaide)
68. Port Adelaide 
69. Fremantle (received from Collingwood) (received from Hawthorn) 
70. Carlton (received from Essendon)
71. Port Adelaide (received from Western Bulldogs) 
72. Brisbane (received from Essendon) (received from Carlton) (received from West Coast)
73. North Melbourne (received from Brisbane) 
74. Collingwood
75. Richmond (received from Geelong)
76. Sydney (received from St Kilda) (received from Greater Western Sydney) 
77. Richmond

ROUND FIVE

78. Gold Coast
79. Fremantle (received from Melbourne) 
80. Greater Western Sydney (received from Carlton) 
81. Sydney 
82. St Kilda
83. Fremantle 
84. North Melbourne 
85. Carlton (received from Adelaide) 
86. Port Adelaide 
87. Hawthorn 
88. Essendon
89. Western Bulldogs 
90. Gold Coast (received from West Coast)
91. West Coast (received from Brisbane)
92. Hawthorn (received from Collingwood)
93. Geelong
94. Greater Western Sydney
95. Richmond

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WHO HAS WHAT PICKS?

Adelaide Crows: 4, 23, 28, 37, 45, 49

Brisbane Lions: 16, 21, 34, 48, 52, 55, 72

Carlton: 9, 43, 57, 70, 85

Collingwood: 35, 62, 74

Essendon: 31, 33, 61, 64, 65, 88

Fremantle: 7, 10, 22, 58, 69, 79, 83

Geelong Cats: 14, 17, 24, 36, 93

Gold Coast Suns: 1, 2, 15, 20, 78, 90

GWS Giants: 6, 40, 59, 60, 80, 94

Hawthorn: 11, 30, 42, 54, 63, 87, 92

Melbourne: 3, 8, 97

North Melbourne: 26, 27, 47, 50, 73, 84

Port Adelaide: 12, 18, 29, 66, 67, 68, 71, 86

Richmond: 19, 38, 39, 41, 56, 75, 77, 95

St Kilda: 51, 82, 100

Sydney Swans: 5, 25, 32, 44, 76, 81

West Coast Eagles: 46, 91, 108

Western Bulldogs: 13, 53, 89

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