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Which 2020 draft prospects are training at your club?

WHICH 2020 PROSPECTS ARE TRAINING AT YOUR CLUB?

Adelaide: Corey Durdin, James Borlase, Luke Edwards, Kane Baldwin
Brisbane: Blake Coleman, Saxon Crozier, Carter Michael
Carlton: Henry Walsh, Noah Gribble, Nikolas Cox
Collingwood: Eddie Ford, Reef McInnes
Essendon: Cody Brand, Josh Treacy, Josh Eyre
Fremantle: Joel Western, Jack Carroll, Brandon Walker, Shannon Neale, Denver Grainer-Barass
Geelong: Tanner Bruhn, Oliver Henry, Nick Stevens
Gold Coast: Alex Davies, Joel Jeffrey, Brodie Lake
Greater Western Sydney: Joshua Green
Hawthorn: Connor Downie, Will Parker, Zach Reid
Melbourne: Ollie Lord, Will Phillips
North Melbourne: Sam Collins, Jackson Callow, Oliver Davis, Patrick Walker, Sam Banks (2021 draft)
Port Adelaide: Henry Smith, Lachlan Jones, Zac Dumesny, Taj Schofield, Riley Thilthorpe
Richmond: Xavier Maher, Elijah Hollands
St Kilda: Jake Bowey, Archie Perkins
Sydney: Braeden Campbell, Errol Gulden
West Coast: Nathan O'Driscoll, Heath Chapman, Blake Morris, Logan McDonald, Zane Trew
Western Bulldogs: Jamarra Ugle-Hagan, Finlay Macrae, Cody Raak

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Will Phillips was an outstanding under age player in the Oakleigh Chargers NAB Boys League premiership.

Anyone know anything about Ollie Lord?

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Will Phillips was an outstanding under age player in the Oakleigh Chargers NAB Boys League premiership.

Anyone know anything about Ollie Lord?

 

 

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#59 Ollie Lord

DOB: 2-Jan-02
HT: 195
WT: 80
SCHOOL: Geelong Grammar
LOCAL:  Old Geelong FC

Sandringham Dragons key forward apparently.

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Hope either will be available with our first pick next year

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WHICH 2020 PROSPECTS ARE TRAINING AT YOUR CLUB?

Adelaide: Corey Durdin, James Borlase, Luke Edwards, Kane Baldwin
Brisbane: Blake Coleman, Saxon Crozier, Carter Michael
Carlton: Henry Walsh, Noah Gribble, Nikolas Cox
Collingwood: Eddie Ford, Reef McInnes
Essendon: Cody Brand, Josh Treacy, Josh Eyre
Fremantle: Joel Western, Jack Carroll, Brandon Walker, Shannon Neale, Denver Grainer-Barass
Geelong: Tanner Bruhn, Oliver Henry, Nick Stevens
Gold Coast: Alex Davies, Joel Jeffrey, Brodie Lake
Greater Western Sydney: Joshua Green
Hawthorn: Connor Downie, Will Parker, Zach Reid
Melbourne: Ollie Lord, Will Phillips
North Melbourne: Sam Collins, Jackson Callow, Oliver Davis, Patrick Walker, Sam Banks (2021 draft)
Port Adelaide: Henry Smith, Lachlan Jones, Zac Dumesny, Taj Schofield, Riley Thilthorpe
Richmond: Xavier Maher, Elijah Hollands
St Kilda: Jake Bowey, Archie Perkins
Sydney: Braeden Campbell, Errol Gulden
West Coast: Nathan O'Driscoll, Heath Chapman, Blake Morris, Logan McDonald, Zane Trew
Western Bulldogs: Jamarra Ugle-Hagan, Finlay Macrae, Cody Raak

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21 minutes ago, hemingway said:

Lord a famous Geelong name. Brownlow medallist Alistair and twin brother Stewart. 

Would likely be grandchildren, not father/sons. 

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1 hour ago, hemingway said:

Lord a famous Geelong name. Brownlow medallist Alistair and twin brother Stewart. 

Famous Melbourne name too.

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2 minutes ago, Watts the matter said:

Losing the grand final, that's rough! (GC mid first rounder)

Nah i factored in a team or 2 having to use multiple second rounders to match academy bids :P

 

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On 12/6/2019 at 7:37 PM, ding said:

Nah i factored in a team or 2 having to use multiple second rounders to match academy bids :P

 

ATM we have SFA picks next year

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On 12/6/2019 at 1:11 PM, DeeSpencer said:

Sandringham Dragons key forward apparently.

Yeah, Ollie Lord is a developing key forward.  Tremendous, prototypical key forward size and mobility but very raw.

 

Will Phillips is one of the more decorated under age mids in next years draft.

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On 12/6/2019 at 6:32 PM, Lord Nev said:

Famous Melbourne name too.

John Lord was my favourite - I was so young I am not sure that I have the correct Christian name ... but he got me a pie at schoolboys training clinic and looked awesome holding my hand (big, brave bloke) when I cried (someone punched me in the nose during a training run). One helluva Demon, was he. 

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20 minutes ago, Deemania since 56 said:

John Lord was my favourite - I was so young I am not sure that I have the correct Christian name ... but he got me a pie at schoolboys training clinic and looked awesome holding my hand (big, brave bloke) when I cried (someone punched me in the nose during a training run). One helluva Demon, was he. 

That's one of the purest footy stories I've ever heard. What a fantastic memory to have!

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On 12/6/2019 at 1:20 PM, ding said:

Hope either will be available with our first pick next year

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You must want Hawthorn to have a big year :)

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2 hours ago, Deemania since 56 said:

John Lord was my favourite - I was so young I am not sure that I have the correct Christian name ... but he got me a pie at schoolboys training clinic and looked awesome holding my hand (big, brave bloke) when I cried (someone punched me in the nose during a training run). One helluva Demon, was he. 

Still around is big John Lord, volunteering as a tour guide for the MCC.

And gee, not a John or a Peter or a Barry or even a Kevin among the boys named. The world has changed for the worst!😩!

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3 hours ago, Deemania since 56 said:

John Lord was my favourite - I was so young I am not sure that I have the correct Christian name ... but he got me a pie at schoolboys training clinic and looked awesome holding my hand (big, brave bloke) when I cried (someone punched me in the nose during a training run). One helluva Demon, was he. 

Number 4 if my memory is correct. He went on and played a season or two at East Ringwood in the then EDFL (now EFL). Played against him when at Blackburn. Him and John Ronaldson who played at Vermont had huge backsides and were hard to get around!!

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16 minutes ago, Docs Demons said:

Number 4 if my memory is correct. He went on and played a season or two at East Ringwood in the then EDFL (now EFL). Played against him when at Blackburn. Him and John Ronaldson who played at Vermont had huge backsides and were hard to get around!!

Thanks, interesting recollection. Still, in my eyes, a gentle giant and very kind hearted.

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