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Tigers Mourn Shane Tuck

Shane Tuck Flies (File photo)

It was announced on July 20 that former Richmond player Shane Tuck passed away at the age of 38. The cause of death was not announced, but it has been reported that he struggled with depression for many years, including his playing career. A former Hawthorn great, who wished to remain anonymous, said those close to Shane as well as both Hawthorn and Richmond knew of his struggle with mental illness.

Tuck, son of former Hawthorn great Michael Tuck, and nephew of Gary Ablett Sr., was originally drafted by Hawthorn as a rookie in 2000,

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Saint Saad Under Drug Cloud

 by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

Just days after Dean Robinson's televised interview, small St Kilda forward Ahmed Saad was informed that he returned a positive test for a banned substance. Saad, who said he was "surprised and extremely disappointed", is believed to have ingested a supplement which contains a stimulant banned only on match days. Otherwise its use is permitted.

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Prelist Players With Permission To Train

Ahead of the preseason draft, clubs are required to submit the names of players they intend to include on their rookie lists. Delisted and out of contract players were also required, by November 23, to submit their names for the preseason draft.

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Clubs Delist And More Retire

With the first official list lodgement due at the end of October, several clubs have culled their lists to make room for new players gained during trade week and also at draft time. As of mid-October, the following clubs have made changes.

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Strike Three Benefits Tuck

Hawk midfielder Travis Tuck faced the Tribunal on the Tuesday following Round 22 as the first player charged with a third strike under the AFL's illicit drug policy. It was not through testing that his third offense was discovered, but rather from an incident during the Round 22 weekend.

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