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LIONS SQUAD

1. Kai Lohmann, 3. Joe Daniher, 4. Callum Ah Chee, 5. Josh Dunkley, 6. Hugh McCluggage, 11. Lincoln McCarthy, 14. James Madden, 15. Dayne Zorko, 16. Cam Rayner, 17. Jarryd Lyons, 18. Keidean Coleman, 20. Jaxon Prior, 22. Harry Sharp, 23. Charlie Cameron, 27. Darcy Gardiner, 28. Jaspa Fletcher, 29. James Tunstill, 30. Eric Hipwood, 31. Harris Andrews, 32. Darcy Fort, 33. Zac Bailey, 35. Ryan Lester, 37. Brandon Starcevich, 40. Jack Payne, 44. Darcy Wilmot, 46. Oscar McInerney

Notable absentees: Lachie Neale, Jarrod Berry, Conor McKenna, Tom Doedee, Deven Robertson, Will Ashcroft

SUNS SQUAD

2. Rory Atkins, 3. Sam Flanders, 6. Alex Sexton, 7. Nick Holman, 8. Brayden Fiorini, 9. Ben Ainsworth, 10. Charlie Ballard, 11. Touk Miller, 12. Sam Day, 13. Jack Lukosius, 15. Noah Anderson, 16. Tom Berry, 18. Matt Rowell, 19. Bailey Humphrey, 20. Ethan Read, 21. James Tsitas, 22. Ben Long, 23. Sean Lemmens, 24. David Swallow, 25. Sam Collins, 26. Will Graham, 28. Jarrod Witts, 30. Levi Casboult, 31. Mac Andrew, 32. Bodhi Uwland, 33. Sam Clohesy, 34. Ben King, 35. Connor Budarick, 36. Will Rowlands, 37. Oskar Faulkhead, 38. Lloyd Johnston, 40. Joel Jeffrey, 41. Malcolm Rosas jnr, 42. Jack Mahony, 44. Darcy Macpherson, 45. Sandy Brock, 46. Caleb Graham, 47. Hewago Oea, 49. Ned Moyle, 50. Jy Farrar

Notable absentees: Brandon Ellis, Lachie Weller, Wil Powell, Alex Davies, Jed Walter, Jake Rogers

MATCH FORMAT

6 x 20-minute periods, plus time-on

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BULLDOGS SQUAD

7. Rory Lobb, 9. Ryley Sanders, 10. Sam Darcy, 12. Harvey Gallagher, 13. Oskar Baker, 14. Rhylee West, 17. Nick Coffield, 18. James O’Donnell, 19. Liam Jones, 21. Tom Liberatore, 22. James Harmes, 23. Laitham Vandermeer, 24. Buku Khamis, 25. Caleb Poulter, 28. Anthony Scott, 29. Lachlan Bramble, 30. Lachlan McNeil, 32. Arthur Jones, 33. Aaron Naughton, 34. Bailey Williams, 35. Caleb Daniel, 36. Luke Cleary, 39. Jason Johannisen, 43. Ryan Gardner

Notable absentees: Jack Macrae, Adam Treloar, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan, Cody Weightman, Marcus Bontempelli, Ed Richards, Bailey Dale, Alex Keath and Tim English

HAWKS SQUAD

1. Harry Morrison, 2. Mitch Lewis, 3. Jai Newcombe, 4. Jarman Impey, 5. James Worpel, 6. James Sicily, 7. Ned Reeves, 8. Sam Frost, 11. Conor Nash, 14. Jack Scrimshaw, 15. Blake Hardwick, 16. Massimo D’Ambrosio, 17. Lloyd Meek, 18. Mabior Chol, 19. Jack Gunston, 23. Josh Weddle, 25. Josh Ward, 26. Bodie Ryan, 28. Cam Mackenzie, 29. Jai Serong, 30. Sam Butler, 31. Connor Macdonald, 32. Finn Maginness, 33. Jack Ginnivan, 34. Nick Watson, 35. Calsher Dear, 37. Ethan Phillips, 38. Max Ramsden, 41. Josh Bennetts, 44. Henry Hustwaite, 45. Clay Tucker

Notable absentees: Luke Breust, Chad Wingard, Karl Amon, Dylan Moore, Will Day, Changkuoth Jiath, Denver Grainger-Barras, James Blanck, Will McCabe

MATCH FORMAT

4 x 30 minute periods

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1 minute ago, Gawndy the Great said:

Ill ask the inevitable question off one headline. Did we miss a trick by not chasing Sanders and ending up with Windsor? 

He was picked before Windsor not after.

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13 minutes ago, Gawndy the Great said:

Ill ask the inevitable question off one headline. Did we miss a trick by not chasing Sanders and ending up with Windsor? 

From my understanding we tried to get up higher in the draft but no one was willing to trade.

You can only work with what is available.

Windsor will be a beauty so not too concerned.

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7 minutes ago, Gawndy the Great said:

Yes - i know, but did we do enough to try and secure Gold Coasts Pick 4? Feels reminiscent of Max Holmes circa 2020 all over again. Were we caught sleeping at the wheel. 

I think we did everything we could to get up the pecking order (at least when it came to trying to get Reid). Whether it was Reid or bust and just take the 2 picks into the draft I don't know. I think I am satisfied with Windsor and Tholstrup but we probably won't know for a couple of years and I look forward to the threads and posts saying we got it right or wrong.

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SAINTS SQUAD

1 Jack Higgins, 2 Marcus Windhager, 6 Seb Ross, 7 Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera, 8 Bradley Hill, 9 Jack Steele, 10 Mitch Owens, 12 Max King, 13 Ryan Byrnes, 14 Liam Stocker, 19 Rowan Marshall, 20 Dougal Howard, 21 Zaine Cordy, 22 Darcy Wilson, 23 Liam Henry, 25 Mattaes Phillipou, 26 Josh Battle, 28 Tim Membrey, 29 Jimmy Webster, 32 Mason Wood, 34 Hugo Garcia, 36 Riley Bonner, 38 Tom Campbell, 43 Cooper Sharman, 44 Callum Wilkie, 47 Anthony Caminiti

Notable absentees: Jack Sinclair, Brad Crouch, Hunter Clark, Paddy Dow, Dan Butler, Zak Jones

BOMBERS SQUAD

1 Andrew McGrath, 3 Darcy Parish, 4 Kyle Langford, 5 Elijah Tsatas, 6 Jye Caldwell, 7 Zach Merrett, 10 Sam Weideman, 11 Jade Gresham, 12 Will Setterfield, 13 Nik Cox, 15 Jayden Laverde, 16 Archie Perkins, 17 Todd Goldstein, 18 Lewis Hayes, 19 Nick Hind, 21 Dyson Heppell, 22 Sam Durham, 23 Harrison Jones, 24 Nick Bryan, 25 Jake Stringer, 27 Mason Redman, 28 Xavier Duursma, 31 Zach Reid, 32 Ben McKay, 33 Alwyn Davey, 35 Matt Guelfi, 37 Nic Martin, 47 Jye Menzie

Notable absentees: Jordan Ridley, Peter Wright, Ben Hobbs, Nate Caddy

MATCH FORMAT

Four quarters of 25 minutes for AFL game, followed by four quarters of 20 minutes for VFL game

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1 hour ago, Gawndy the Great said:

Yes - i know, but did we do enough to try and secure Gold Coasts Pick 4? Feels reminiscent of Max Holmes circa 2020 all over again. Were we caught sleeping at the wheel. 

We tried very hard but those clubs weren't budging. Hawks wanted 3 first round picks (6, 13 and f1) just for us to move up two spots. Would have been horrible mismanagement to give so much away.

We couldn't beat the bulldogs offer.

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1 hour ago, Gawndy the Great said:

Yes - i know, but did we do enough to try and secure Gold Coasts Pick 4? Feels reminiscent of Max Holmes circa 2020 all over again. Were we caught sleeping at the wheel. 

How do you know that we didn't do EVERYTHING we reasonably could to move up? We weren't there, so having these negative attitudes about something we can only guess about doesn't do favours for anyone.

Sanders and Windsor have played one match sim each. Give both a chance to build a career before we judge. 

Rhys Palmer was taken at pick 7, won the Rising Star in his first year, then had a very average career. Luke Tapscott was a gun in his first game, Gysberts had 26 and 27 touches in his first two game, look how they panned out.

Players who look good early don't always develop into stars.

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