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SWANS SQUAD

1 Chad WARNER, 2 Hayden MCLEAN, 4 Brodie GRUNDY, 5 Isaac HEENEY, 6 Logan MCDONALD, 7 Harry CUNNINGHAM, 8 James ROWBOTTOM, 9 Will HAYWARD, 11 Tom PAPLEY, 12 Angus SHELDRICK, 13 Oliver FLORENT, 15 Sam WICKS, 16 Braeden CAMPBELL, 17 James JORDON, 19 Peter LADHAMS, 21 Errol GULDEN, 22 Nick BLAKEY, 24 Dane RAMPE, 26 Luke PARKER, 27 Justin MCINERNEY, 28 Will EDWARDS, 30 Tom MCCARTIN, 34 Matt ROBERTS, 36 Joel AMARTEY, 42 Robbie FOX, 44 Jake LLOYD

Notable absentees: Taylor Adams, Callum Mills, Sam Reid, Joel Hamling, Aaron Francis

GIANTS SQUAD

3 – Stephen Coniglio, 5 – Aaron Cadman, 6 – Lachie Whitfield, 7 – Lachie Ash, 8 – Callan Ward, 9 – Ryan Angwin, 10 – Jacob Wehr, 12 – Tom Green, 14 – Toby Bedford, 15 – Sam Taylor, 16 – Brent Daniels, 21 – Leek Aleer, 22 – Josh Kelly, 23 – Jesse Hogan, 25 – Lachlan Keeffe, 26 – Jake Riccardi, 27 – Harry Himmelberg, 28 – Harvey Thomas, 31 – Toby McMullin, 32 – Kieren Briggs, 33 – Xavier O’Halloran, 34 – Josh Fahey, 39 – Connor Idun, 44 – Jack Buckley, 46 – Callum Brown

Notable absentees: Toby Greene, Finn Callaghan, Nick Haynes, Harry Perryman, Isaac Cumming

MATCH FORMAT

Standard four-quarter match, followed by VFL practice match

The only way to watch it live is via Fox Footy (channel 504) and/or streaming on Kayo.

Follow Updates: https://go.arena.im/live/fox-sports-australia/sJIQ29x?v=2

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BLUES SQUAD

2. Lachlan Cowan, 3. Jesse Motlop, 4. Ollie Hollands, 5. Adam Cerra, 8. Lachie Fogarty, 9. Patrick Cripps, 10. Harry McKay, 11. Mitch McGovern, 12. Tom De Koning, 13. Blake Acres, 14. Orazio Fantasia, 15. Sam Docherty, 16. Jack Carroll, 17. Brodie Kemp, 20. Elijah Hollands, 24. Nic Newman, 28. David Cuningham, 29. George Hewett, 30. Charlie Curnow, 31. Harry Lemmey, 33. Lewis Young, 37. Jordan Boyd, 39. Alex Cincotta, 42. Adam Saad, 43. Ashton Moir, 46. Matthew Cottrell

Notable absentees: Jacob Weitering, Jack Martin, Zac Williams, Jack Silvagni, Sam Walsh, Matthew Kennedy, Caleb Marchbank, Marc Pittonet, Matthew Owies

CATS SQUAD

1. Rhys Stanley, 2. Zach Tuohy, 3. Brandan Parfitt, 4. Tanner Bruhn, 5. Jeremy Cameron, 6. Toby Conway, 7. Shaun Mannagh, 8. Jake Kolodjashnij, 9. Max Holmes, 10. Mitch Knevitt, 12. Jack Bowes, 13. Jhye Clark, 14. Connor O’Sullivan, 15. George Stevens, 16. Sam De Koning, 17. Lawson Humphries, 18. Tyson Stengle, 19. Phoenix Foster, 20. James Willis, 21. Oli Wiltshire, 22. Mitch Duncan, 24. Jed Bews, 26. Tom Hawkins, 28. Oliver Dempsey, 29. Cam Guthrie, 30. Tom Atkins, 31. Oscar Murdoch, 32. Gryan Miers, 33. Shannon Neale, 34. Oisin Mullin, 35. Patrick Dangerfield, 36. Oliver Henry, 38. Jack Henry, 39. Zach Guthrie, 40. Ted Clohesy, 41. Mitch Hardie, 42. Mark O’Connor, 43. Emerson Jeka, 44. Tom Stewart, 45. Brad Close, 46. Mark Blicavs

Notable absentees: Gary Rohan, Mitch Edwards, Joe Furphy

MATCH FORMAT

Eight 20-minute periods. VFL sides to play periods 5-8

The only way to watch it live is via Fox Footy (channel 503) and/or streaming on Kayo.

 

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10 hours ago, rjay said:

Has he played an AFL Game yet?

Notable seems a bit of a stretch.

Doesn't matter. Every Pies player is a superstar and All Australian worthy.

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Funny not hah  hah that Geelong failing to make finals after a premiership, North jumping the E Coli Wobblers is glossed over - as was E Coli Wobbler non-drug issue - but the Demons are the One Hit wonders, the drug riddle cultural problem child, stinking and deviously led, hooligan Sorrento based coach etc 

I can't be bothered listening to or reading any of this bullcrepes any more - over it and far away.

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