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Clubs Cull Before Draft

by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

As their seasons come to a close, clubs have quickly turned their attention to their lists and began culling ahead of the trade period and national draft. The following clubs have already announced list changes.

BRISBANE
Senior players Jordan Lisle, Patrick Wearden, Andrew Raines and James Polkinghorne have all been delisted, along with rookies rookies Nicholas Hayes, Sam Michael and Isaac Conway.

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Tigers Roar for Four

Brook "Boris" Kilpatrick reporting for AFANA

The Sunday special this week belonged to Richmond and St Kilda, two clubs with differing fortunes and vastly different short term futures. The Saints, only a couple of years removed from a Grand Final appearance, seem to have bypassed their potential Premiership window as their older players move away from their prime. The Tigers on the other hand, have put a dark recent past behind them, forging a bright future on the back of 60,000 plus members and a three game winning streak that should help them build towards their first Finals appearance since 2001. The sideshow to every St Kilda versus Richmond clash is the match up of gun forward cousins in Nick (St Kilda) and Jack (Richmond) Riewoldt, with Jack having the better of the spoils over the last few contests including a seven goal haul the last time these two teams met. Tiger young gun Nick Vlastuin was a late withdrawal prior to game time, while St Kilda were without feisty goal sneak Stephen Milne after off field issues that could potentially end a tumultuous but effective career.

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AFL Trade Activity Part Three

by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

GWS Giants traded Jack Hombsch and Jake Neade (NT Zone Selection) to Port Adelaide for its Round Two Selection.

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Sydney Slides Home

Late July and early August is when teams either make or break their seasons. Fremantle had been losing consistently over the last few weeks with the loss of top line players to injury proving telling. Sydney hadn’t fared much better and a win in this contest would consolidate their top eight position and put pressure on Fremantle for a home ground Final.

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