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On 9/16/2023 at 12:31 PM, Stiff Arm said:

After last night, does our 1st rounder now become 14 or 13?

TIA

Melbourne’s draft order before October’s trade period is locked in at 5, 13, 24, 32 and 87.

The order after the second week of the 2023 finals series:-

ROUND ONE 

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

ROUND TWO 

19. West Coast Eagles
20. Adelaide (via North Melbourne)
21. Fremantle (via North Melbourne compensation)
22. Sydney Swans (via Hawthorn)
23. Adelaide (via Gold Coast Suns)
24. Melbourne (via Fremantle)
25. Richmond
26. Brisbane (via Geelong)
27. Essendon
28. Gold Coast Suns (via Adelaide)
29. Hawthorn (via Western Bulldogs)
30. Sydney Swans
31. St Kilda
32. Melbourne
33. West Coast Eagles (via Port Adelaide)
34. Gold Coast Suns (via GWS Giants)
35. Collingwood (via Carlton)
36. Western Bulldogs (via Brisbane)
37. Port Adelaide (via Collingwood)

ROUND THREE 

38. West Coast Eagles
39. North Melbourne
40. Fremantle (via North Melbourne compo)
41. Sydney Swans (via Hawthorn)
42. Gold Coast Suns
43. Port Adelaide (via Fremantle)
44. Richmond
45. Brisbane (via Geelong)
46. Essendon
47. Gold Coast Suns (via Adelaide)
48. Hawthorn (via Western Bulldogs)
49. Sydney Swans
50. St Kilda
51. North Melbourne (via Melbourne)
52. West Coast Eagles (via Port Adelaide)
53. GWS Giants
54. Fremantle (via Carlton)
55. Brisbane
56. Gold Coast Suns (via Collingwood)

ROUND FOUR 

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

ROUND FIVE 

75. West Coast Eagles 
76. North Melbourne 
77. Hawthorn 
78. Gold Coast Suns
79. Fremantle 
80. Richmond 
81. Geelong 
82. Essendon 
83. Adelaide 
84. Western Bulldogs 
85. Sydney Swans 
86. St Kilda
87. Melbourne 
88. Port Adelaide 
89. GWS Giants 
90. Carlton 
91. Brisbane Lions
92. Collingwood  

The order will continue to change as the ladder positions change during the finals series.
 

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The order after the third week of the 2023 finals series remains unchanged after this weekend:-

ROUND ONE 

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

ROUND TWO 

19. West Coast Eagles 
20. Adelaide (via North Melbourne) 
21. Fremantle (via North Melbourne compensation) 
22. Sydney Swans (via Hawthorn) 
23. Adelaide (via Gold Coast Suns) 
24. Melbourne (via Fremantle) 
25. Richmond 
26. Brisbane (via Geelong) 
27. Essendon 
28. Gold Coast Suns (via Adelaide)
29. Hawthorn (via Western Bulldogs) 
30. Sydney Swans 
31. St Kilda 
32. Melbourne 
33. West Coast Eagles (via Port Adelaide) 
34. Gold Coast Suns (via GWS Giants) 
35. Collingwood (via Carlton) 
36. Western Bulldogs (via Brisbane) 
37. Port Adelaide (via Collingwood)

ROUND THREE

38. West Coast Eagles 
39. North Melbourne 
40. Fremantle (via North Melbourne compo) 
41. Sydney Swans (via Hawthorn)
42. Gold Coast Suns 
43. Port Adelaide (via Fremantle)
44. Richmond 
45. Brisbane (via Geelong) 
46. Essendon 
47. Gold Coast Suns (via Adelaide)
48. Hawthorn (via Western Bulldogs 
49. Sydney Swans 
50. St Kilda 
51. North Melbourne (via Melbourne) 
52. West Coast Eagles (via Port Adelaide) 
53. GWS Giants 
54. Fremantle (via Carlton) 
55. Brisbane 
56. Gold Coast Suns (via Collingwood)

ROUND FOUR 

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

ROUND FIVE 

75. West Coast Eagles 
76. North Melbourne 
77. Hawthorn 
78. Gold Coast Suns 
79. Fremantle 
80. Richmond 
81. Geelong 
82. Essendon 
83. Adelaide 
84. Western Bulldogs 
85. Sydney Swans 
86. St Kilda 
87. Melbourne 
88. Port Adelaide 
89. GWS Giants 
90. Carlton 
91. Brisbane Lions 
92. Collingwood  

The order may change as a result of the grand final.

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The AFL has announced its North Melbourne assistance package which gives that club an end of first round pick this year. This means that the first round draft order becomes:-

ROUND ONE

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

The picks in the following rounds are put by one selection e.g. ->

ROUND TWO

20. West Coast Eagles (and so on)

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1 hour ago, Whispering_Jack said:

The AFL has announced its North Melbourne assistance package which gives that club an end of first round pick this year. This means that the first round draft order becomes:-

ROUND ONE

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

The picks in the following rounds are put by one selection e.g. ->

ROUND TWO

20. West Coast Eagles (and so on)

But this will change after AFL Free Agency Compensation for Ben McKay. Extremely likely to be North Pick 3 with every subsequent pick sliding back 1.

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2 hours ago, Sydney_Demon said:

But this will change after AFL Free Agency Compensation for Ben McKay. Extremely likely to be North Pick 3 with every subsequent pick sliding back 1.

That looks like happening because Essendon have decided to open their war chest and spend it on a longish contract starting at $800-$850k per annum. And their fans wonder why they haven’t won a finals game for almost a couple of decades. 

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3 hours ago, Sydney Pennski said:

That looks like happening because Essendon have decided to open their war chest and spend it on a longish contract starting at $800-$850k per annum. And their fans wonder why they haven’t won a finals game for almost a couple of decades. 

Marc McGowan in the Age suggesting that the offer is expected to be around 750k over 6 years:

https://www.theage.com.au/sport/afl/north-melbourne-get-three-first-round-draft-picks-in-afl-assistance-package-20230925-p5e7fg.html

Could be right on the edge of band 1. 

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13 hours ago, ChaserJ said:

Marc McGowan in the Age suggesting that the offer is expected to be around 750k over 6 years:

https://www.theage.com.au/sport/afl/north-melbourne-get-three-first-round-draft-picks-in-afl-assistance-package-20230925-p5e7fg.html

Could be right on the edge of band 1. 

As I understand it these are the current criteria:

https://www.afl.com.au/about-afl/free-agency

The formula used is deliberately opaque and then the result produced from the formula can be overridden 'where the formula produces a materially anomolous result'. In who's opinion?  I'm at a loss to understand why there needs to be 5 bands and why three of them are dependent on where the Club concerned finishes on the ladder. Why should ladder position affect compensation given? Equalisation already happens through the reverse draft based on ladder position and through the fixturing process  which favours lower teams. Why not just allocate a free agency competition pick independent of finishing position? Much fairer.

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2 hours ago, Sydney_Demon said:

As I understand it these are the current criteria:

https://www.afl.com.au/about-afl/free-agency

The formula used is deliberately opaque and then the result produced from the formula can be overridden 'where the formula produces a materially anomolous result'. In who's opinion?  I'm at a loss to understand why there needs to be 5 bands and why three of them are dependent on where the Club concerned finishes on the ladder. Why should ladder position affect compensation given? Equalisation already happens through the reverse draft based on ladder position and through the fixturing process  which favours lower teams. Why not just allocate a free agency competition pick independent of finishing position? Much fairer.

or, better yet, do away with compensation entirely?

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13 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

or, better yet, do away with compensation entirely?

100% agree. Scrap compensation and it will actually promote more player movement, as teams won't be holding off on picking another player due to fears of diluting compensation.

I personally think that once a player has been on an AFL list for over 8 years, they should be a free agent for the remainder of their career.

So for example, player X chooses to move to another club in their 9th year on a 3 year deal. At the end of that 3 years they can choose to move to another club and still be a free agent.

If people feel 8 years is too short then could always start at 10 years and see how that goes and reduce if needed.

This made up compensation nonsense is a joke.

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5 hours ago, DistrACTION Jackson said:

100% agree. Scrap compensation and it will actually promote more player movement, as teams won't be holding off on picking another player due to fears of diluting compensation.

I personally think that once a player has been on an AFL list for over 8 years, they should be a free agent for the remainder of their career.

So for example, player X chooses to move to another club in their 9th year on a 3 year deal. At the end of that 3 years they can choose to move to another club and still be a free agent.

If people feel 8 years is too short then could always start at 10 years and see how that goes and reduce if needed.

This made up compensation nonsense is a joke.

i'd go further - make it 6 years and free agent for life

i think the 'for life' bit actually does exist now, possibly?

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Initially we all got excited  and were a chance for Reid, then Dursma, then  Mc Cercher., then Sanders and now thanks to the AFL the 5’2 Watson  and what next.

Hawthorn worked this [censored] out years ago.
Let those who want to play the untried draft game do so and they will  pick off the ripe fruit.  

 

 

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1 hour ago, Dockett 32 said:

Initially we all got excited  and were a chance for Reid, then Dursma, then  Mc Cercher., then Sanders and now thanks to the AFL the 5’2 Watson  and what next.

Hawthorn worked this [censored] out years ago.
Let those who want to play the untried draft game do so and they will  pick off the ripe fruit.  

 

 

yeah but hawks did it all as free agents for the most part once they were in their 'win now' window, particularly by adding lake and frawley, while the tigs added lynch

we had to trade for our equivalents thereof

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So, looking at this, Melbourne currently has 5 draft picks in play. We will get something for Brodie Grundy, and I'm not sure if we will get anything for James Jordon and James Harmes if they choose to leave. We are losing, to the best of my knowledge, Michael Hibberd, Luke Dunstan, possibly Jake Melksham, Deakyn Jones, with Ben Brown and Tom McDonald on their last legs if they play. Is it just me or does it seem that rather than throwing all our eggs in one basket with Harley Reid, that the FD will be using every one of our picks to rejuvenate our list with pace and skill, or am I reading it wrong? Grundy, Hibberd, Dunstan and Melksham would have all been on good coin, so are we going to make a play at a free agent we don't know about yet because we have some cap space? 

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As it stands are first two picks will be 6 and 18 once agency, F/S and F/A picks are included:

 

1 WCE

2 GCS - Walter

3 NM

4 NM - McKay

5 HAW

6 MEL

8 GWS

9 GEE

10 GCS - Read

11 ESS

12 ADE

13 GCS - Rogers

14 WB - Croft

15 WB

16 SYD

17 STK

18 MEL

19 HAW - McCabe

20 NM

21 GWS

22 CAR

23 WB

24 COL

25 NM - PRIORITY

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15 minutes ago, Jibroni said:

As it stands are first two picks will be 6 and 18 once agency, F/S and F/A picks are included:

 

1 WCE

2 GCS - Walter

3 NM

4 NM - McKay

5 HAW

6 MEL

8 GWS

9 GEE

10 GCS - Read

11 ESS

12 ADE

13 GCS - Rogers

14 WB - Croft

15 WB

16 SYD

17 STK

18 MEL

19 HAW - McCabe

20 NM

21 GWS

22 CAR

23 WB

24 COL

25 NM - PRIORITY

Pick 7 would be ours. You're missing Gold Coast's pick 6.

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On 9/26/2023 at 9:37 PM, whatwhat say what said:

i'd go further - make it 6 years and free agent for life

i think the 'for life' bit actually does exist now, possibly?

I thought it was based on years of service for the one club, but you may be right.

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I think Ben McKay is a good player and I would be happy if he joined our club, but pick 4 in free agency compensation is nonsense. He's an effective defender who can intercept and contest very well, but gives nothing on the counter-attack.

Ben McKay Best and Fairest placings in a bottom-4 club are 6th in 2021 and 9th in 2020. That's it.

Those are the only years he's played a full season, too.

Essendon massively overpaying a contract for a player - and creating a net weakening of the Bomber's list - just to make sure that every other club is also penalised by the transaction?

The artist Dodoro signing his work?

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The order after the 2023 finals series:-

ROUND ONE 

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

ROUND TWO 

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

ROUND THREE

39. West Coast Eagles 
40. North Melbourne 
41. Fremantle (via North Melbourne compo) 
42. Sydney Swans (via Hawthorn)
43. Gold Coast Suns 
44. Port Adelaide (via Fremantle)
45. Richmond 
46. Brisbane (via Geelong) 
47. Essendon 
48. Gold Coast Suns (via Adelaide)
49. Hawthorn (via Western Bulldogs 
50. Sydney Swans 
51. St Kilda 
52. North Melbourne (via Melbourne) 
53. West Coast Eagles (via Port Adelaide) 
54. GWS Giants 
55. Fremantle (via Carlton) 
56. Brisbane 
57. Gold Coast Suns (via Collingwood)

ROUND FOUR 

58. West Coast Eagles 
59. Fremantle (via North Melbourne) 
60. North Melbourne (via Hawthorn) 
61. Gold Coast Suns 
62. Brisbane (via Fremantle) 
63. Richmond 
64. Western Bulldogs (via Geelong) 
65. Carlton (via Essendon) 
66. Gold Coast Suns (via Adelaide)
67. Western Bulldogs 
68. Essendon (via Sydney Swans)
69. Gold Coast Suns (via St Kilda) 
70. Western Bulldogs (via Melbourne) 
71. Port Adelaide 
72. GWS Giants 
73. Carlton 
74. GWS Giants (via Brisbane) 
75. Collingwood 

ROUND FIVE 

76. West Coast Eagles 
77. North Melbourne 
78. Hawthorn 
79. Gold Coast Suns 
80. Fremantle 
81. Richmond 
82. Geelong 
83. Essendon 
84. Adelaide 
85. Western Bulldogs 
86. Sydney Swans 
87. St Kilda 
88. Melbourne 
89. Port Adelaide 
90. GWS Giants 
91. Carlton 
92. Brisbane Lions 
93. Collingwood  

The order will change again throughout the free agency and trading periods. 

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Started with 5*, 13, 25*, 33 (2x 1st round and 2x second round).
*Freo picks from Jackson trade. 

then… 

- Jordon Free agent to Sydney -> Compo end of second round (39)

- Harmes trade to Bulldogs-> 2024 future WB3rd rd 

- Grundy trade to Sydney-> 3rd rd pick 46 and 2024 future Syd2nd rd 

- draft picks 14,27,35 to GC Suns -> Pick 11 

Dees now hold picks 6, 11, 41, 46 …and the two extra future 2024 second rounder and third rounder picks 

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The draft order as of today with Melbourne’s picks 6, 11, 42 and 93 -

ROUND ONE

1. West Coast Eagles
2. North Melbourne 
3. North Melbourne (Ben McKay compensation pick) 
4. Hawthorn 
5. Western Bulldogs (received from Gold Coast Suns in pick swap) 
6. Melbourne (tied to Fremantle) 
7. GWS Giants (tied to Richmond) 
8. Geelong 
9. Essendon 
10. Adelaide 
11. Melbourne (received from Gold Coast Suns in pick swap) 
12. Sydney 
13. St Kilda 
14. Adelaide (received from Gold Coast Suns in Chris Burgess trade. Gold Coast Suns received from Melbourne in pick swap) 
15. North Melbourne (tied to Port Adelaide) 
16. GWS Giants 
17. North Melbourne (received from Carlton in Zac Fisher trade)
18. North Melbourne (received from Gold Coast  Suns in pick swap. Gold Coast Suns received from Western Bulldogs in pick swap. Tied to Brisbane)
19. Collingwood 
20. Adelaide (Tom Doedee compensation pick) 
21. St Kilda (Jade Gresham compensation pick) 
22. Carlton (received from North Melbourne in Zac Fisher trade. North Melbourne received In assistance package)

ROUND TWO

23. West Coast Eagles 
24. Gold Coast (received from Adelaide in Chris Burgess trade. Tied to North Melbourne)
25. Port Adelaide (received from Fremantle in pick swap. Tied to North Melbourne compensation)
26. Carlton (received from North Melbourne in Zac Fisher trade. North Melbourne received from Sydney in Dylan Stephens trade. Tied to Hawthorn) 
27. Gold Coast Suns (received from Adelaide in Chris Burgess trade. Tied to Gold Coast Suns) 
28. Gold Coast Suns (received from Melbourne in pick swap)
29. Richmond 
30. Brisbane (tied to Geelong) 
31. Essendon 
32. Gold Coast Suns (tied to Adelaide) 
33. Hawthorn (tied to Western Bulldogs) 
34. Collingwood (received from Sydney Swans in Taylor Adams trade)
35. St Kilda 
36. Gold Coast Suns (received from Melbourne in pick swap)
37. West Coast Eagles (tied to Port Adelaide) 
38. Gold Coast Suns (tied to GWS Giants) 
39. Collingwood (tied to Carlton) 
40. Western Bulldogs (tied to Brisbane Lions) 
41. Port Adelaide (tied to Collingwood) 
42. Melbourne (James Jordon compensation pick) 
43. GWS Giants (Matt Flynn compensation pick)

ROUND THREE 

44. Hawthorn (received from West Coast in Tyler Brockman trade) 
45. Sydney (received from North Melbourne in Dylan Stephens trade) 
46. Fremantle (tied to North Melbourne compensation pick)
47. Brisbane (received from Melbourne in Tom Fullarton trade. Melbourne received from Sydney Swans in Brodie Grundy trade. Tied to Hawthorn)
48. Western Bulldogs (received from Gold Coast Suns in pick swap) 
49. Port Adelaide (tied to Fremantle) 
50. Richmond 
51. Brisbane (tied to Geelong) 
52. Essendon 
53. Western Bulldogs (received from Gold Coast Suns in pick swap. Tied to Adelaide) 
54. Hawthorn (tied to Western Bulldogs) 
55. Sydney Swans 
56. St Kilda 
57. North Melbourne (tied to Melbourne) 
58. West Coast (tied to Port Adelaide) 
59 GWS Giants 
60. Fremantle (tied to Carlton) 
61. Brisbane Lions 
62. Gold Coast Suns (tied to Collingwood)

ROUND FOUR 

63. Hawthorn (received from West Coast in Tyler Brockman trade) 
64. Fremantle (tied to North Melbourne 
65. North Melbourne (tied to Hawthorn) 
66. Gold Coast Suns 
67. Brisbane Lions 
68. Richmond 
69. Western Bulldogs (tied to Geelong) 
70. Carlton (tied to Essendon) 
71. Gold Coast Suns (tied to Adelaide) 
72. Western Bulldogs 
73. Essendon (tied to Sydney Swans) 
74. Gold Coast Suns (tied to St Kilda) 
75. Western Bulldogs (tied to Melbourne) 
76. Port Adelaide 
77. GWS Giants 
78. Carlton 
79. GWS Giants  
80. Collingwood 

ROUND FIVE 

81. West Coast Eagles 
82. North Melbourne 
83. Hawthorn 
84. Gold Coast Suns 
85. Fremantle 
86. Richmond 
87. Geelong 
88. Essendon 
89. Adelaide 
90. Western Bulldogs 
91. Sydney Swans 
92. St Kilda 
93. Melbourne 
94. Port Adelaide 
95. GWS Giants 
96. Carlton 
97. Brisbane Lions 
98. Collingwood  

2024 DRAFT SELECTIONS TRADED IN:

Fremantle 

• Round one pick (tied to Port Adelaide)

Gold Coast 

• Round one pick (tied to Western Bulldogs)

• End of round one pick (North Melbourne assistance)

Melbourne

• Round two pick (tied to Sydney Swans)

• Round three pick (tied to Western Bulldogs)

Port Adelaide

• Round two pick (tied to Fremantle)

Sydney Swans 

• End of round one pick (NM assistance)

Western Bulldogs 

• Round three pick (tied to Gold Coast Suns)

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    GAMEDAY: Rd 13 vs Collingwood

    It's Game Day and the Demons are once again faced with a classic 8 point game against a traditional rival on King's Birthday at the MCG. A famous victory will see them reclaim a place in the Top 8 whereas a loss will be another blow for their finals credentials.

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    BOILED LOLLIES by The Oracle

    In the space of a month Melbourne has gone from chocolates to boiled lollies in terms of its standing as a candidate for the AFL premiership.  The club faces its moment of truth against a badly bruised up Collingwood at the MCG. A win will give it some respite but even then, it won’t be regarded particularly well being against an opponent carrying the burden of an injured playing list. A loss would be a disaster. The Demons have gone from a six/two win/loss ratio and a strong percentag

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    CLEAN HANDS by KC from Casey

    The Casey Demons headed into town and up Sydney Road to take on the lowly Coburg Lions who have been perennial VFL easy beats and sitting on one win for the season. Last year, Casey beat them in a practice match when resting their AFL listed players. That’s how bad they were. Nobody respected them on Saturday and clearly not the Demons who came to the game with 22 players (ten MFC), but whether they came out to play is another matter because for the most part, their intensity was lacking an

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