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Traded its compensation selection (for the loss of Nathan Bock to the Gold Coast) and a third round selection (#50) for Richmond's Richard Tambling. Tambling debuted for Richmond in 2005 and played 108 games and kicked 61 goals.

Traded its second round (#33) and fourth round (#67) selections for Carlton's Sam Jacobs. Jacobs had previously told Carlton he wanted to return home to South Australia.

Traded ruckman Jonathan Griffin to Fremantle for the Dockers' fourth round selection (#61). Griffin was recruited from WAFL club East Fremantle and had previously informed the Crows that he needed to return home for personal reasons.

Traded Jared Brennan to the Gold Coast for the Suns' first round (#5 and #25) and second round (#27) selections for the Lions' first round compensation selection for the loss of Brennan and a first round selection (#10).

Traded its third round selection (#48) for Gold Coast's pre-listed Rohan Bewick. Bewick had nominated for the draft and was prelisted by the Suns. He played for West Perth this past season and won their rookie of the year award. Bewick, described as a hard running midfielder, is the nephew of former Essendon premiership player Darren Bewick.

Traded Justin Sherman to the Gold Coast for the Suns' first round selection (the Bulldogs' compensation selection for the loss of Jarrod Harbrow).

Traded Shaun Grigg to Richmond for Andrew Collins. Collins played 25 games for Richmond in two seasons.

Traded Sam Jacobs to Adelaide (see above).

Traded second round selection (#36) and third round selection (#53) for Geelong's Jeremy Laidler and second round selection (#41). Drafted in 2008 by the Cats, Laidler played just two games for Geelong but was unable to break into the strong Geelong defense and was seeking opportunities elsewhere.

Collins, 21, has played 25 games for the Tigers including a three-goal haul against Sydney in Round 14 2010.

Traded its 55, 78 and 95 picks  to the Gold Coast for Andrew Krakouer, James Ceglar and Gold Coast's selection #55.

Traded its #43 and #55 draft selections to Fremantle for Chirs Tarrant. Tarrant had informed the Dockers that he wanted to return home to Victoria for family and business reasons and was hoping he could return to Collingwood.

Andrew Krakouer revived his career after serving jail time for assault. He played for the prison team while in jail and then played in the WAFL after his release. He won the Sandover Medal (the WAFL Brownlow equivalent) in 2010. Krakouer played 102 games for Richmond 2001-2007.

Ceglar, a 6'5" athletic ruckman, had previously nominated for the draft. He played for TAC Cup Team Murray Bushrangers and represented Vic Metro at the Under-18 tournament in 2009. His father, David, played seven games for North Melbourne 1986-1987.

Did not trade. They were looking to do a deal for midfielder Bachar Houli but nothing eventuated. According to recruiting manager Adrian Dodoro, the players the club was interested in were either not up for trade or had resigned with their current clubs. He also said that Coach James Hird was excited with the current group of players, especially the ones who wanted to remain with the Bombers. He further stated that the club had signed a number of players to new contracts and were happy with the list.

Traded its #55 selection to Gold Coast for the Suns' Peter Faulks and a fourth round selection (#61).

Traded its second round selection (#38) to the Gold Coast for Tendai Mzungu and the Suns' second round selection (#44).

Traded Chris Tarrant to Collingwood (see above).

Traded its fourth round selection (#61) to Adelaide for Jonathon Griffin.

Traded Nathan Djerrkura to the Western Bulldogs for the Dogs' third round selection (#57). Djerrkura, a speedy midfielder, was drafted by the Cats in 2006, but managed just 4 games between 2009 and 2010.

Traded its mid first round compensation selection (for the loss of Gary Ablett) to the Gold Coast for the Suns' first round selection.

Traded Jeremy Laidler to Carlton (see above).

Not unexpectedly, the Gold Coast was somewhat active during trade week of October 4-8. Their first move was to trade their round four selection Peter Faulks to Fremantle for the Dockers' round three selection. Faulks was drafted by Sydney in 2006 but never played a senior game and was delisted at the end of 2008. He is a tall defender who played first played for the Casey Scorpions in the VFL for two seasons. He then went to VFL team Williamstown. Faulks took part in a recent state testing program and did very well in the 20 meter sprint (22 yards) and vertical leap and is described as a fierce competitor with excellent closing speed. Before being drafted by the Dockers, Alex Silvagni was a teammate of Faulks.

Traded Andrew Krakouer to Collingwood (see above).

Traded SANFL player Simon Phillips (pre-listed) and pick #35 to Port Adelaide for their round two compensation selection (for the loss of Nathan Krakouer).

Collingwood's Josh Fraser, who played just nine games in 2010 and was lucky to be selected for his 200th game, was signed by the Gold Coast as an uncontracted player. Collingwood was later informed by the AFL that they would receive a round three compensation selection for the loss of Fraser.

Traded its first round compensation selection (for the loss of Campbell Brown) and fourth round selection (#71) to North Melbourne for David Hale and and North's third round selection (#71).

Traded its third round selection (52) to Melbourne for Kyle Cheney and the Demons' fourth round selection (#66).

The club's only trade was with Hawthorn (see above).

Traded David Hale to Hawthorn (see above).

Traded its draft selection #35 for the Gold Coast's pre-listed Cameron Richardson.

Traded its selection #86 for West Coast's Ben McKinley. McKinley had informed the club that he wanted to return to Victoria.

Just one trade with the Gold Coast - draft selection for Simon Philips (see above).

See Adelaide and Carlton above.

Richmond was interested in midfielder Bachar Houli and Essendon was willing to trade for the right "price". The deal fell through as the Tigers were not willing to give what Essendon wanted.
Did not trade.

Traded Patrick Veszpremi and its #73 selection to the Western Bulldogs for Andrejs Everitt. Veszpremi was keen to return to Victoria after playing just 11 games in three seasons with the Swans. Injury and a lack of form saw him manage just one game in 2010. Everitt had informed the Bulldogs that he wanted to be traded. He played just 12 games in 2010 for the Bulldogs and only 36 since his 2007 debut.

Traded Ben McKinley to North Melbourne for North's round five draft selection (#86). The Eagles also confirmed they would take Jacob Brennan at selection #130 under the father-son rule.

Traded its round three selection (#45) to Collingwood for its round three compensation selection (for the loss of Josh Fraser).

Matt Spangher (26 games in three seasons) wanted to be traded but no deal eventuated

See Brisbane, Geelong and Sydney above.

The Bulldogs confirmed that they would use their #22 and #40 selections for Mitch Wallis and Tom Liberatore respectively under the father-son rule.

NOTE: The clubs which have received compensation selections during the trade period are allowed to use those selections any time between 2010-2014 under the AFL's rules covering those selections.

Source: Patrick Keane, AFL Media Release; AFL Season Guide 2010, Encyclopedia of League Footballers, AFL Grand Final Record,

Article last changed on Friday, October 15, 2010 - 10:49 PM EDT

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