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All the team ins and outs (and not ins!) for round one.
** Cover photo taken at the last Tiges vs Carlton game. A classic.
B: Chris Yarran, Michael Jamison, Lachie Henderson
HB: Zach Tuohy, Nick Duigan, Bryce Gibbs
C: Kade Simpson, Andrew Carrazzo, Mitch Robinson
HF: Chris Judd, Andrew Walker, Jeff Garlett
F: Eddie Betts, Levi Casboult, Shaun Hampson
Foll: Matthew Kreuzer, Marc Murphy, Brock McLean
Int: Dennis Armfield, Josh Bootsma, Aaron Joseph, Kane Lucas
Emerg: Tom Bell, Jeremy Laidler, Sam Rowe
Of course, the big news here is the absence of Sam Rowe, although it’s not hugely surprising considering the Blues’ depth up forward. Jeremy Laidler is a surprising omission, although fortunately not too fantasy relevant. In some good news, Kreuzer looks likely to be the number one ruck, with Warnock also an omission from the side.
B: Steven Morris, Alex Rance, Troy Chaplin
HB: Jack Batchelor, Chris Newman, Bachar Houli
C: Shaun Grigg, Trent Cotchin, Reece Conca
HF: Brett Deledio, Shane Edwards, Daniel Jackson
F: Luke McGuane, Jack Riewoldt, Robin Nahas
Foll: Ivan Maric, Dustin Martin, Shane Tuck
Int: Ben Griffiths, Jake King, Ty Vickery, Brandon Ellis
Emerg: Matt White, Nick Vlastuin, Chris Knights
The news for the Tigers is more about who they left out, rather than who they included. Chaplin is their only new face, with recruits Chris Knights and Ricky Petterd both missing out on selection. Nick Vlastuin also missed out on his debut, although seeing him named as an emergency at least suggests he is close. The Tigers have gone pretty tall too, with key position players Griffiths and Vickery both named on the bench.
Western Bulldogs v Brisbane Lions
Etihad Stadium, Saturday March 30, 1.40pm
B: Dale Morris, Jordan Roughead, Liam Picken
HB: Jason Johannisen, Tom Young, Brett Goodes
C: Adam Cooney, Nick Lower, Koby Steven
HF: Tory Dickson, Liam Jones, Daniel Giansiracusa
F: Rob Murphy, Ayce Cordy, Luke Dahlhaus
Foll: Will Minson, Ryan Griffen, Tom Liberatore
I/C: Mitch Wallis, Daniel Cross, Shaun Higgins, Clay Smith
Emg: Jason Tutt, Lukas Markovic, Tom Campbell
Goodes is one of the names we’ve been really waiting to see, considering the quality of hi pre-season. He’s been taking the kick-ins for the Dogs and looks comfortable at AFL level. He’s one of the must-have players this year. Three other players make their debut for the Dogs; Lower, Stevens and Young – all who have shown good signs in the pre-season. Higgins has also been named, despite being under a bit of an injury cloud. No Matthew Boyd is also the big news from earlier in the week.
B: Elliot Yeo, Daniel Merrett, Joel Patfull
HB: Jed Adcock, Matt Maguire, Pearce Hanley
C: Patrick Karnezis, Tom Rockliff, Mitch Golby
HF Dayne Zorko, Stefan Martin, Josh Green
F: Rohan Bewick, Jonathan Brown, Ashley McGrath
Foll: Billy Longer, Daniel Rich, Brent Moloney
I/C: Claye Beams, Jack Redden, James Polkinghorne, Aaron Cornelius
Emg: Sam Docherty, Andrew Raines, Ryan Lester
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has found plenty of value in the Lions’ team this year; players such as Rockliff, Karnezis, Zorko and Moloney all feature in plenty of teams. There is even value in some of the lesser-lights, such as Green, Bewick and Beams. Docherty is only an emergency, adding to the woes of those running a rookie-back strategy.
Greater Western Sydney v Sydney Swans
ANZ Stadium, Saturday March 30, 4.40pm
GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY
B: Adam Kennedy, Tim Mohr, Stephen Gilham
HB: Tomas Bugg, Phil Davis, Curtly Hampton
C: Will Hoskin-Elliott, Callan Ward, Lachie Whitfield
HF: Stephen Coniglio, Jeremy Cameron, Tom Scully
F: Liam Sumner, Jonathon Patton, Devon Smith
Foll: Jonathan Giles, Adam Treloar, Toby Greene
I/C: Taylor Adams, Dean Brogan, Lachie Plowman, Dylan Shiel
Emg: Sam Frost, Rhys Palmer, Nathan Wilson
The Giants have to debutants, 2012 number-one pick, Whitfield, whilst fellow first-rounder Plowman has also been selected. Palmer is an interesting emergency choice and surely throws out a few draft teams considering he proved to be a massive slider in my drafts.
B: Rhyce Shaw, Heath Grundy, Nick Smith
HB: Martin Mattner, Ted Richards, Nick Malceski
C: Ben McGlynn, Daniel Hannebery, Lewis Jetta
HF: Kieren Jack, Sam Reid, Ryan O’Keefe
F: Mike Pyke, Adam Goodes, Jude Bolton
Foll: Shane Mumford, Josh Kennedy, Jarrad McVeigh
I/C: Tony Armstrong, Luke Parker, Dane Rampe, Lewis Roberts-Thomson
Emg: Andrejs Everitt, Jed Lamb, Jesse White
Dane Rampe, a mature-aged rookie, has been named for his debut. Rampe really impressed in the pre-season, mainly playing in the backline and through the midfield. It’s a tough team to break into, so hopefully he can keep his place. No other huge surprises with this team selection, which is pretty standard for the Swans. Also, it’s good to see McGlynn back!
Gold Coast v St Kilda
Metricon Stadium, Saturday March 30, 1.40pm
B: Joel Wilkinson, Matthew Warnock, Tom Murphy
HB: Dion Prestia, Rory Thompson, Greg Broughton
C: Matt Shaw, Gary Ablett, Jarrod Harbrow
HF: Harley Bennell, Charlie Dixon, Brandon Matera
F: Luke Russell, Sam Day, Steven May
Foll: Zac Smith, Karmichael Hunt, David Swallow
I/C: Aaron Hall, Jaeger O’Meara, Jared Brennan, Michael Rischitelli
Emg: Maverick Weller, Jack Hutchins, Kyal Horsley
Jaeger makes his long-awaited debut for the Suns, whilst Murphy and Broughton are both debuting for the club. No big names miss out here, although Horsley may hurt a few draft sides with his non-selection. I like seeing Prestia named on the half-back line, whilst Harbrow on a wing is equally exciting.
B: Jason Blake, James Gwilt, Dylan Roberton
HB: Jarryn Geary, Tom Simpkin, Sam Gilbert
C: Jack Newnes, Lenny Hayes, Nick Dal Santo
HF: Aaron Siposs, Nick Riewoldt, Terry Milera
F: Stephen Milne, Beau Maister, Rhys Stanley
Foll: Ben McEvoy, David Armitage, Jack Steven
I/C: Ahmed Saad, Tom Hickey, Clinton Jones, Farren Ray
Emg: Nathan Wright, Trent Dennis-Lane, Tom Lee
The Saints haven’t given any huge surprises, naming Roberton and Hickey for their club debuts. Wright is on the cusp of selection and it does sound like he is close to playing, whilst Tom Lee is unlikely to feature early. Rhys Stanley is named, despite only playing only half a game all pre-season. The Saints keep rushing his back underdone, so keep an eye on him for a potential late out. Keep an eye on Jack Newnes, who is named on the wing – he’s set for a huge year.
North Melbourne v Collingwood
Etihad Stadium, Sunday March 31, 4.40pm
B: Nathan Brown, Nick Maxwell, Ben Reid
HB: Alan Toovey, Heath Shaw, Harry O’Brien
C: Steele Sidebottom, Dane Swan, Jarryd Blair
HF: Jamie Elliott, Travis Cloke, Quinten Lynch
F: Ben Sinclair, Tyson Goldsack, Brent Macaffer
Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Dayne Beams
I/C (from): Martin Clarke, Sam Dwyer, Jack Frost, Ben Johnson, Jordan Russell, Paul Seedsman, Josh Thomas
And now we come to the extended benches (auughh..), with popular forward rookie Sam Dwyer one of those sitting on the pine. It’s great to see McCaffer named on the field though. At least we can breath easy on this one! The Pies haven’t pulled any huge surprises, with Krakouer and Dale Thomas the only two not yet ready to play. Keep an eye on Seedsman for a breakout year.
B: Shaun Atley, Scott Thompson, Michael Firrito
HB: Jamie Macmillan, Nathan Grima, Ben Jacobs
C: Aaron Mullett, Ryan Bastinac, Kieran Harper
HF: Ben Cunnington, Robbie Tarrant, Daniel Wells
F: Lindsay Thomas, Drew Petrie, Lachlan Hansen
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Andrew Swallow, Jack Ziebell
I/C (from): Liam Anthony, Leigh Adams, Sam Wright, Taylor Hine, Will Sierakowski, Majak Daw, Sam Gibson
North have named Jacobs on the field for his club debut, whilst Hine, Sierakowski and Daw all sit on the extended bench for their potential debuts. It’s actually a pretty hard bench to pick – surely all of Anthony, Adams, Wright and Gibson are best-22, so i can see the other few players having to wait for their first games. The big news is that they have not named Daniel Currie, who many coaches thought would overtake Goldstein this year – not so it seems! Still, he’s worth keeping on your bench as he should still play at some point this year.
Melbourne v Port Adelaide
MCG, Sunday March 31, 1.10pm
B: Lynden Dunn, Tom Gillies, Daniel Nicholson
HB: Jack Watts, James Frawley, Colin Garland
C: Jack Viney, Jack Grimes, Jimmy Toumpas
HF: Jeremy Howe, James Sellar, Colin Sylvia
F: Shannon Byrnes, Mitch Clark, David Rodan
Foll: Mark Jamar, Jordie McKenzie, Nathan Jones
I/C (from): Sam Blease, Cameron Pederson, Luke Tapscott, Aaron Davey, Dean Terlich, Jake Spencer, Matt Jones
Melbourne confirmed early yesterday that all of Toumpas, Viney, Jones, Pederson and Rodan were set for their debuts. However, it appears they missed Terlich – reading between the lines, i imagine he will end up just as an emergency. Mitch Clark has also gotten up for the game, whilst Dawes needs another week or two on the sidelines.
B: Tom Jonas, Jackson Trengove, Campbell Heath
HB: Jasper Pittard, Cameron O’Shea, Lewis Stevenson
C: Matthew Broadbent, Brad Ebert, Kane Cornes
HF: Justin Westhoff, Paul Stewart, Angus Monfries
F: Chad Wingard, Jay Schulz, Jake Neade
F: Jarrad Redden, Hamish Hartlett, Travis Boak
I/C (from): Matthew Lobbe, Oliver Wines, Andrew Moore, Kane Mitchell, Aaron Young, Daniel Stewart, Jack Hombsch
Port is a team we have all been looking forward to seeing this year thanks to their plethora of young talent – all of Pittard, Stevenson, Neade and Heath have been named on the ground for their debuts, whilst Mitchell, Wines and Hombsch are sitting on the extended bench. Colquhoun is the only one to miss out, however he did have a great game in the SANFL last night, pressing his case for next week.
Hawthorn v Geelong
MCG, Sunday April 1, 15:20pm
B: Josh Gibson, Brian Lake, Brent Guerra
HB: Grant Birchall, Ben Stratton, Shaun Burgoyne
C: Isaac Smith, Sam Mitchell, Bradley Hill
HF: Cyril Rioli, Lance Franklin, Luke Breust
F: Jack Gunston, Jarryd Roughead, Paul Puopolo
Foll: David Hale, Brad Sewell, Jordan Lewis
I/C (from): Jed Anderson, Shane Savage, Luke Shiels, Max Bailey, Ryan Schoenmakers, Kyle Cheney, Jonathan Simpkin
Simpkin, Anderson and Lake have all been named for their club debuts, whilst pre-season standout Hill has been named on the ground. Hawks appear to have the majority of their list available, minus Whitecross and Suckling who are out with long term injuries, which is very good news. No sign either of Matt Spanger who may have been a good value forward or back.
B: Jared Rivers, Tom Lonergan, Corey Enright
HB: Taylor Hunt, Harry Taylor, Travis Varcoe
C: Andrew Mackie, Paul Chapman, Joel Corey
HF: Jordan Murdoch, Shannon Motlop, Billie Smedts
F: James Podsiadly, Tom Hawkins, Mitch Duncan
Foll: Mark Blicavs, Joel Selwood, Jimmy Bartel
I/C (from): Trent West, Josh Caddy, Mathew Stokes, Allen Christensen, George Horlin-Smith, Josh Walker, Jake Stringer
Rookie Ruck, Mark Blicavs gets his debut, named on the ground – he should be in everyone’s team, especially now that he can be selected in the ruck. Caddy and Rivers are both also named for their club debuts. Pre-season standouts Horlin-Smith and Murdoch have both also been named.
In Lieu of Kristian’s new article on the TAC Cup and U/18s, we promised something a bit different as a captains article from here-on. So this is it… Pretty much, we will provide you with the raw stats (and a poll of course!), whilst also providing the video of us discussing it on last night’s show (the captains bit goes for only a few minutes). The issue this week is, I bought the wrong DVDs, so it won’t let me chop the captains bit out for you… doh! So here is the full video for you to check out… BUT, if you just want the Captains talk, it’s only 4:40 into the video.
- Dane Swan
- Never played Gold Coast
- Averaging 117 DT and 114 SC from past 5 games
- Scott Pendlebury
- Never played Gold Coast
- Average of 109 DT and 133 SC in his last 5 games
- Typically it is the classy players that carve up GCFC
- Dale Thomas
- Never played Gold Coast
- Average of 115 DT and 121 SC in his last 5 games
- Gary Ablett
- Averages of 117 DT and 114 SC in his past 5 vs Collingwood
- Would still have to be a concern this week against Pies
- Sam Mitchell
- Averages of 105 DT and 101 SC in his past 5 vs Melb
- Last time they met he scored 110 DT and 96 SC
- Dean Cox
- Averages of 92.8 DT and 89.2 SC in his past 5 vs Fremantle
- BUT, no Sandi: This year at Subi: 117 DT and 130 SC
- Adam Goodes
- Averages of 114 DT and 123 SC in his past 5 vs WBD
Words of warning:
- Chris Judd
- Averages 87 DT and 90 SC against Essendon.
- Scored 79 DT and 84 SC against them earlier this year
- Matthew Boyd
- Averages of 102 DT and 94 SC in his past 5 vs Sydney
- Last 5 at SCG: 73 DT & 74.5 SC
- Last time they met he scored 134 DT and 124 SC
- Geelong players
- Up against Richmond, however the form lines of Chappy, Stevie J and Selwood are a little tricky to predict at the moment – personally I would avoid.
- Richmond 3rd lowest team for DT points conceded
KRISTIAN’S TOP 3 DREAM TEAM PICKS:
1. Dane Swan
2. Scott Pendlebury
3. Dale Thomas
KRISTIAN’S TOP 3 SUPER COACH PICKS:
1. Scott Pendlebury
2. Dale Thomas
3. Dane Swan
Please see below for the video of Footy Tragic Episode 6! We run through all the teams, captain options and boys on the bubble, as well as checking out who the best midfield options are for the rest of the year. We also discuss what to do with Zac Smith… Plus much more!
Remember too, you can go here for the big-screen version!
The team at Footy Tragic
Please see below for the video of Footy Tragic Episode 5! We run through all the teams, captain options and boys on the bubble, as well as checking out who the best defence options are for the rest of the year. We also check out the bargain basement options to you this week, as well as putting up a very special sales-pitch for you! Plus much more!
Remember too, you can go here for the big-screen version!
The team at Footy Tragic
Structuring Gold Coast
Following on from Kristian’s brilliant article on Tuesday, I’m going to write a mediocre to solid article on how you can structure Gold Coast players into your Dream Team and Super Coach this year. It’s a unique opportunity we have this year (until next year when GWS will present us with the same opportunity) to have so many bargain basement players making up the nucleus of an AFL team. Gold Coast have only eight players priced over $200K, so even if they are completely injury free that leaves 14 spots for the cheapies to fill each week (call it 12 if you want to get technical with the sub rule).
With so many of these ‘rookie priced’ players in the one team there’s obviously a of games to share around. Some of these faces are familiar to the AFL system, such as Daniel Harris, Sam Iles and Danny Stanley, while many are new to the system like David Swallow, Josh Toy and this rugby bloke that doesn’t get very much press.
I’m sure everyone has played around with different ways of structuring Gold Coast players into your side. I suppose first and foremost, the early value with Gold Coast is going to be in these rookie priced players. With their byes being in Rounds 1 and 9 it’s hard to justify spending big dollars early on one of their poached players, when they are probably more suited to being upgrade targets in Round 10. The two exceptions that stick out to me would be Josh Fraser as a cheap ruck option, or Gary Ablett in Super Coach.
In Dream Team it’s a little bit harder to justify GAJ early because he’s not poles apart from those around him. Swan had him covered last year, Boyd and Montagna are decent bets to score more points than him in the first nine rounds (consider they’ll have played eight games to Ablett’s seven) so you can get those points from other sources. In Super Coach, however, Ablett can score at such a phenomenal rate that even with the attractiveness of Suns rookies and the unattractiveness of their early byes, you still know he’s every chance to pull down a couple of early 150+ games. His SC game is a bit closer to unparalleled than his DT game is (and I do realise that Goddard outscored him in SC last year, but not many others get in his ball park).
As far as starting squads go, this will be the thoughts a lot of people are already having, and hopefully along with those thoughts you’ll be looking at the reverse effect of the Suns having two early byes – they’ve got a clear run home, which makes the likes of GAJ, Harbrow and Bock viable trade targets later on, if they’re looking good (and uninjured!)
AGGRESSIVE ROOKIE STRATEGY
At this time of year this is what it’s all about with GC. Most of us are shuffling around our combination of Suns rookies to try and figure out the best ways to generate cash (and points when they’re covering other players byes for you). I’ve been playing with really aggressive strategies in this nature, having up to nine Suns in my team. I quite like the options in backs and midfield particularly.
As we touched on in the pilot for our TV show, it can be considered an advantage that GC have a bye in Round 1, because you can go hard at their rookies in your starting squad and have no fear if you have three of their midfielders filing your bench, because you know that your starting six will be playing (unless we experience some Liam Anthony shenanigans again – I’m still dirty on Dean Laidley for that).
The advantage with a strategy that goes very heavily after Suns rookies is that you’ll generate a lot of early cash. You’ll be starting to trade some rookies down a little before their second bye, so you can start to minimise your overall GC ratio in your team to improve your bench coverage for Round 9. The disadvantage is that if all doesn’t go to plan early you can leave yourself exposed. By having too many eggs in the one basket you risk donuts for Round 9.
Another thing I like with a heavy loading on the ones likely to get early games at GC is that inevitably a few of their bodies will start to tire as the season wears on. When they need to go and have a spell in the reserves they can only be replaced by more Suns kids at a bargain price! Personally I’m hoping all their gun kids don’t get early games so we can still look at them as downgrade options too.
GENTLER ROOKIE STRATEGY
You might not like the idea of investing so heavily into one side. At the end of the day you might feel you can pick 3-4 rookies in the one position that aren’t Suns players that will be good early money makers for your team. In the forwards for example you might find that having guys like Gamble, A.Krakouer, Richardson and Mzungu doesn’t leave you with much room for Suns rookies too. If you spread the Suns out, with maybe 1-2 across each position, you’re looking to be a bit more precise with your selections.
The aggressive strategy might mean picking three of Harris, Swallow, Iles, McKenzie or Caddy in your midfield and hoping that all three stick, but if they don’t, at least you have less chance of missing a big breakout. A gentler strategy, where you pick one, maybe two Suns players in a position means you slightly increase your chances of missing someone going bang! If you go with only Harris, for example, and Swallow comes out and averages 80 off the bat it would be a big miss. It’s probably much of a muchness, but I consider it more important to NOT miss the big ones than it is to get them. Everyone had Barlow last year – imagine being the poor few blokes without him though.
By not going so hard at the Suns rookies you’re setting yourself up for better coverage when their second bye comes around. As I mentioned before, with the Round 1 bye being an advantage in a way, it doesn’t give you any favours in regards to their Round 9 bye – you’ll have to have already traded out quite a few to remove yourself from this risk.
Their points have to come from somewhere, but you know that not everyone can share them around. The Suns kids can’t all be scoring 60+ so if you go aggressive, you may have a few failures in there. If you go passive, you might miss a few gems (or waste trades getting them in).
Basically the aggressive approach is like watching an episode of Family Guy. If you tell enough jokes in quick succession, you’re bound to draw laughs, but you might also have some failures. You throw enough shit at the wall and some of it will stick. A passive approach is like Arrested Development. There might not be the sheer volume of jokes, but every joke is an absolute winner. If you’re not paying enough attention though, you could miss out on some of the gold…
NAB Cup squads
ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE and PORT ADELAIDE
AAMI Stadium, Friday February 11
All times are local
Match one: Adelaide v Melbourne, 7:15
Match two: Melbourne v Port Adelaide, 8:20
Match three: Adelaide v Port Adelaide, 9:25
1. Richard Tambling, 2. Brad Moran, 3. Brent Reilly, 4. Kurt Tippett, 5. Scott Thompson, 6. Jack Gunston, 7. Nathan Van Berlo, 8. Myke Cook, 9. Rory Sloane, 10. Matthew Jaensch, 11. Michael Doughty, 12. Daniel Talia, 13. Taylor Walker, 15. Brad Symes, 16. Phil Davis, 18. Graham Johncock, 20. Ivan Maric,21. Chris Knights, 22. Andrew Otten, 23. Jared Petrenko, 24. Sam Jacobs, 25. Ben Rutten, 26. Richard Douglas, 27. Scott Stevens, 28. Luke Thompson, 29. James Sellar, 32. Patrick Dangerfield, 33. Brodie Smith, 35. Shaun McKernan, 36. Brodie Martin, 37. Ian Callinan, 38. Tony Armstrong, 40. Jason Porplyzia, 45. Ricky Henderson, 47. Matthew Wright
3. Clint Bartram, 4. Jack Watts, 6. Matthew Bate, 7. Jamie Bennell, 9. Jack Trengove, 10. Cale Morton, 12. Colin Sylvia, 14. Lynden Dunn, 16. Jack Grimes, 18. Brad Green, 19. Addam Maric, 20. Colin Garland, 21. Lucas Cook, 22. Brent Moloney, 24. Liam Jurrah, 27. Jared Rivers, 28. Joel MacDonald, 30. Tom McNamara, 31. Tom Scully, 34. Stefan Martin, 36. Aaron Davey, 38. Jeremy Howe, 39. Neville Jetta, 40. Mark Jamar, 42. Jake Spencer, 43. Tom McDonald, 44. Rohan Bail, 46. Sam Blease, 47. James Strauss, 49. Daniel Nicholson, 50. Michael Evans, 52. Cameron Johnston
1. Domenic Cassisi, 2. Cameron Hitchcock, 4. Daniel Motlop, 5. Matthew Broadbent, 6. Danyle Pearce, 7. Marlon Motlop, 11. Mitchell Banner, 12. Jackson Trengove, 13. Cameron O’Shea, 14. Paul Stewart, 17. Robbie Gray, 18. Kane Cornes, 19. Nick Salter, 20. Dean Brogan, 21. Matt Thomas, 24. Matthew Westhoff, 27. Alipate Carlile, 29. Jasper Pittard, 30. Troy Chaplin, 31. Danny Meyer, 32. John Butcher, 33. Brett Ebert, 34. Jarrad Redden, 35. Chad Cornes,
36. Michael Pettigrew, 37. Daniel Bass, 39. Justin Westhoff, 40. Aaron Young, 42. Thomas Jonas, 43. Daniel Stewart, 44. Tom Logan, 45. Callum Hay, 46. Daniel Webb, 47. Jarrad Irons, 48. Mitchell Curnow
WEST COAST, HAWTHORN and FREMANTLE
Patersons Stadium, Sunday February 13
All times are local
Match one: West Coast v Hawthorn, 4.45pm
Match two: Hawthorn v Fremantle, 5.50pm
Match three: West Coast v Fremanrtle, 6.55pm
West Coast Eagles
1. Mitch Brown, 3. Andrew Gaff, 5. Brad Ebert, 6. Mark Nicoski, 7. Chris Masten, 9. Nic Naitanui, 10. Scott Selwood, 11. Matt Priddis, 12. Brad Sheppard, 14. Koby Stevens, 15. Tom Swift, 16. Eric Mackenzie, 17. Josh Kennedy, 18. Bradd Dalziell, 19. Tim Houlihan, 20. Dean Cox, 21. Quinten Lynch, 22. Ryan Neates, 23. Darren Glass, 24. Matt Rosa, 25. Shannon Hurn, 26. Sam Butler, 27. Jack Darling, 28. Ashley Smith, 29. Scott Lycett, 31. Will Schofield, 32. Andrew Embley, 33. Jordan Jones, 36. Callum Wilson, 38. Brett Jones, 39. Lewis Broome, 40. Anton Hamp, 41. Andrew Strijk, 43. Ashton Hams, 44. Gerrick Weedon, 45. Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls, 47. Lewis Stevenson
3. Byron Schammer, 6. Greg Broughton, 8. Nick Suban, 9. Adam McPhee, 10. Rhys Palmer, 12. Jon Griffin, 13. Tendai Mzungu, 14. Antoni Grover, 15. Ryan Crowley, 16. David Mundy, 18. Luke McPharlin, 20. Viv Michie, 22. John Anthony, 23. Chris Mayne, 24. Dylan Roberton, 25. Josh Mellington, 26. Kepler Bradley, 27. Justin Bollenhagen, 28. Peter Faulks, 29. Matthew Pavlich, 30. Zac Clarke, 31. Aaron Sandilands, 34. Nick Lower, 36. Alex Silvagni, 37. Michael Johnson, 41. Paul Duffield, 44. Jesse Crichton, 46. Clancee Pearce, 47. Jay van Berlo
1. Max Bailey, 9. Shaun Burgoyne, 13. Kyle Cheney, 16. Isaac Smith, 20. David Hale, 21. Shane Savage, 22. Travis Tuck, 24. Ben Stratton, 25. Ryan Schoenmakers, 26. Liam Shiels, 28. Paul Puopolo, 29. Tom Murphy, 31. Matthew Suckling, 32. Riley Milne, 33. Cyril Rioli, 35. Sam Grimley, 36. Jordan Lisle, 37. Brendan Whitecross, 38. Mitch Hallahan, 40. Jordan Williams, 41. Taylor Duryea, 42. Angus Litherland, 43. Will Sierakowski, 44. Sam Menegola, 45. Tom Schneider, 46. Derick Wanganeen, 47. Luke Breust, 49. Jack Mahony, 50. Nathan Ahmat-Watkins
CARLTON, RICHMOND and COLLINGWOOD
Etihad Stadium, Saturday February 12
All times are local
Match one: Carlton v Richmond, 7.15pm
Match two: Richmond v Collingwood, 8.20pm
Match three: Carlton v Collingwood, 9.25pm
1. Andrew Walker, 2. Jordan Russell, 3. Marc Murphy, 4. Bryce Gibbs, 6. Kade Simpson, 9. Kane Lucas, 10. Matthew Watson, 11. Rob Warnock, 12. Mitchell Robinson, 13. Chris Yarran, 15. Jeremy Laidler, 17. Setanta O’hAilpin, 18. Paul Bower, 19. Eddie Betts, 22. Shaun Hampson, 26. Andrew McInnes, 27. Dennis Armfield, 28. Jaryd Cachia, 29. Heath Scotland, 30. Jarrad Waite, 31. Marcus Davies, 32. Bret Thornton, 34. Nick Duigan, 35. Ed Curnow, 36. Rohan Kerr, 39. Wayde Twomey, 40. Michael Jamison, 41. Levi Casboult, 42. Zach Tuohy, 45. Aaron Joseph, 46. David Ellard, 47. Mitchell Carter
2. Will Thursfield, 10. Shane Edwards, 12. David Astbury, 13. Brad Miller, 18. Alex Rance, 19. Daniel Connors, 20. Mitch Morton, 21. Shane Tuck, 22. Ben Nason, 26. Robin Nahas, 28. Jake King, 29. Tyrone Vickery, 30. Reece Conca, 31. Jake Batchelor, 32. Brad Helbig, 33. David Gourdis, 34. Andrew Browne, 35. Matthew White, 36. Dean MacDonald, 39. Tom Derickx, 40. Kel Moore, 42. Jamie O’Reilly, 43. Matt Dea, 44. Troy Taylor, 46. Jeromey Webberley, 47. Ben Jakobi, 48. Dylan Grimes, 49. Pat Contin, 51. Nick Westhoff, 52. Mitch Keddell
1. Leon Davis, 2. Chris Tarrant, 7. Andrew Krakouer, 8. Harry O’Brien, 10. Scott Pendlebury, 11. Jarryd Blair, 12. Luke Ball, 13. Dale Thomas, 15. Leigh Brown, 17. Dayne Beams, 18. Darren Jolly, 19. Cameron Wood, 20. Ben Reid, 21. Sharrod Wellingham, 22. Steele Sidebottom, 23. Lachlan Keefe, 25. Tom Young, 26. Ben Johnson, 27. Simon Buckley, 28. Ben Sinclair, 30. Brent Macaffer, 31. Chris Dawes, 34. Alan Toovey, 35. Alex Fasolo, 37. Kirk Ugle, 38. Scott Reed, 39. Heath Shaw, 40. Paul Seedsman, 43. Trent Stubbs, 45. Tom Hunter, 47. Jack Perham, 48. Jye Bolton