- Greene gets six matches
- Do you have a trade question for Jake Niall and Peter Ryan?
- Brodie deal locked in
- Bulldogs snare Tim O’Brien from Hawks
- ‘We’ve removed ourselves from that discussion’: Hawks no longer chasing Ladhams
- Reader reaction: Where does Cerra sit among Carlton’s best?
- Hawks re-sign emerging midfielders
- Cerra to Blues, Brodie to Dockers, Cats haggle over Clark, Eagles get Blues defender
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Deals completed so far in trade period 2021. If more deals are completed and confirmed today we will add them to the list.
1. Essendon signed unrestricted free agent Jake Kelly (Adelaide Crows) on Friday, October 1.
Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Adelaide Crows the club would be eligible for a round three compensation selection, which would be number 44 on the current provisional draft selection order.
2. The Gold Coast SUNS signed unrestricted free agent Mabior Chol (Richmond) on Friday, October 1.
Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised Richmond the club would be eligible for an end of round two compensation selection, which would be number 38 on the current provisional draft selection order.
Richmond’s Mabior Chol has moved to Gold Coast as a free agent.Credit:Getty Images
3. Carlton made an offer to restricted free agent George Hewett (Sydney) on Friday, October 1. The Sydney Swans elected not to match the offer the following day and Hewett is able to join Carlton immediately.
Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Sydney Swans the club would be eligible for an end of round two compensation selection, which would be number 39 on the current provisional draft selection order.
4. Collingwood trade their future round two selection, future round three selection and future round four selection to the Gold Coast Suns for their round two (22), round three (46), round three (58), round five (79) and future round four selection.
5. Collingwood trade their round three selection (41) to Geelong for Nathan Kreuger and their round three selection (55).
6. Port Adelaide trade their future third-round pick to the Giants for Jeremy Finlayson.
7. Melbourne signed unrestricted free agent Luke Dunstan (St Kilda) on Wednesday October 6.
8. In a four-way trade, Melbourne trade their round three selection (45) to the Western Bulldogs for their first-round pick (17),
St Kilda trade their round three selection (49) to Melbourne.
The Adelaide Crows trade their round two selection (37) to Melbourne for a second-round pick (33) and a future first-rounder.
The Adelaide Crows trade their round four selections (62, 66) and a future round four selection to St Kilda.
The Adelaide Crows trade their round two selection (23) and round three selection (44) to the Western Bulldogs for a fourth-round pick (75).
9. Collingwood trade their round two selection (22) to Fremantle for their round two selection (27) and a future third-round pick.
10. Fremantle trade a future second-round pick and future fourth-round pick to Gold Coast for Will Brodie, a second-round pick (19) and two picks from round four (61, 69).
11. Fremantle trade Adam Cerra to Carlton for pick six and a future third-round pick.
Greene gets six matches
Toby Greene has been suspended by the AFL appeals board for six matches.
More to come.
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Brodie deal locked in
Gold Coast Suns says their strategy to minimise their picks in this year’s draft will help them keep key players in the seasons to come.
The Suns sent Will Brodie, pick 19, pick 61 and pick 69 in this year’s draft to Fremantle for a 2022 second round and fourth round pick.
Suns list manager Craig Cameron thanked Brodie for his years at the club playing 25 games since being drafted in 2016.
“I’d like to thank Will for his commitment to the Gold Coast Suns over the past five years and we wish him all the best as he explores a new opportunity with Fremantle,” Cameron said.
“We’ve had a clear strategy this off-season; with minimal draft selections in 2021, to enhance our future draft position as well as consolidating the core of our list as we step forward into the next phase of the club’s development.”
The Suns have one first round, three second round, two third round and two fourth round picks.
‘A real classy on-baller’: Blues welcome Cerra
Blues head of list management Nick Austin says the arrival of Adam Cerra at Ikon Park is a significant coup for the football club.
“We’ve had the clear intention this off-season to improve our midfield group and with Adam, we’re welcoming a real classy on-baller whose best football is still to come,” Austin said.
Adam Cerra has moved to the Blues.Credit:Getty Images
“He’s rarely missed a game at senior level since stepping into the AFL environment as an 18 year old. He knows where to run to get the footy and when he gets it, good things happen.
“We were really keen to bring him to our football club for everything he brings to the table. He sees the game really well, he’s a student of the game and he has a real drive within himself to continue to get better.
“An exciting thing with Adam is that he has only just turned 22 today, so we’re excited to see what he is going to do in the navy blue for the next 10 years, and we’re sure our fans are going to love what he brings to the table.”
“With the addition of Adam, as well as George Hewett as a free agent, we think we’ve bolstered our midfield mix and really complemented our current our playing list heading into the 2022 season.”
Bulldogs snare Tim O’Brien from Hawks
UPDATED: The Western Bulldogs look almost certain to land Hawks free agent Tim O’Brien before Friday’s deadline however there will still processes such as a medical and contract details being worked through this week before an agreement could be reached.
Tim O’Brien’s move to the Western Bulldogs is reportedly complete with the free agent leaving the Hawks for greener pastures at Whitten Oval.
O’Brien’s move on Thursday afternoon should see him replace Lewis Young who is leaving the Dogs, possibly today, after agreeing to a move to Carlton.
Tim O’Brien takes a ‘Superman’ grab for the ages in Hawthorn’s win over the Giants.Credit:Getty Images
O’Brien has been linked with the Bulldogs for several weeks due to his versatility as a key defender or key forward.
Hawks list manager Mark McKenzie told AFL trade radio earlier this afternoon that O’Brien would leave with the club’s best wishes.
“It looks like it, we know the Bulldogs have interest,” McKenzie said.
“Tim’s been fantastic for us. If it does go that way, we wish him all the best.”
‘We’ve removed ourselves from that discussion’: Hawks no longer chasing Ladhams
Hawthorn list manager Mark McKenzie has confirmed the Hawks are no longer chasing Port Adelaide ruckman Peter Ladhams but Collingwood big man Max Lynch is still in their thoughts.
McKenzie told AFL trade radio on Thursday that the draft picks requested by the Power were too much.
Peter Ladhams.Credit:Getty Images
“It’s been reported in recent days that we won’t be heading down that line,” McKenzie said on Thursday.
“Pete is a great player, but doesn’t match up with what we would have to outlay from a picks point of view.
“We’ve removed ourselves from that discussion.”
Sydney has had a long interest in Ladhams so he could find a home there if they can agree to the right price.
Reader reaction: Where does Cerra sit among Carlton’s best?
Hawks re-sign emerging midfielders
Finn Maginness and Daniel Howe have extended their stays at Hawthorn.
Maginness has signed a two-year extension that will take him until the end of 2023 while Howe has inked a one-year extension to take his time at Hawthorn to eight years after a great end to the 2021 season.
The Hawks have their eye on Collingwood ruckman Max Lynch as Jonathon Ceglar explores opportunities elsewhere with Geelong weighing him up as a prospect if Darcy Fort leaves the Cats, with Geelong still thinking Fort is a possibility to remain.
Daniel Howe (right) has re-signed with the Hawks.Credit:Getty Images
Hawks head of Football Rob McCartney said Howe fit into the club’s plans after playing 20 games in 2021.
“Now 26 years old and with 87 senior games worth of experience under his belt, Dan is starting to hit his prime,” McCartney said.
“We saw this year, especially in the latter stages, that Dan really thrived and had some strong impact on games.
“So, we’re hopeful of seeing him continue this kind of output into 2022.”
Maginness has only played three games in two years at AFL level but has made strides with his development.
“Finn has really applied himself to learning and understanding what it takes to be a professional footballer in the first two years of his career,” McCartney said.
“His endurance capacity and work ethic are well-renowned, and we’re really hopeful that he can continue to develop his game over the course of the next two years.
“It’s exciting to be able to lock away a few of these youngsters as we continue to usher in this new era at Hawthorn.”
The Hawks have already re-signed Dylan Moore, Lachlan Bramble and Jacob Koschitzke.
Cerra to Blues, Brodie to Dockers, Cats haggle over Clark, Eagles get Blues defender
Adam Cerra will become a Carlton player with the Blues set to hand over pick 6 and a future third rounder to the Dockers to secure the midfielder.
The Dockers have secured Will Brodie from the Gold Coast, a big bodied midfielder who spent five years at the Suns after being a top 10 pick.
Dockers now have picks 19 and 22 with the haggling to start with Geelong over which pick they hand over for Jordan Clark.
Sam Petrevski-Seton will also depart the Blues and join West Coast for pick 52.
Jordan Clark.Credit:Getty Images
Cerra deal reportedly done
Adam Cerra is reportedly on his way to Carlton and pick six and a future third round pick and are heading to the Fremantle Dockers.
Cerra was seen as the best available player during this trade period and the Herald Sun, AFL trade radio and AFL.com.au are reporting the deal has been done.
We now await official notification.
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