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AFL List Changes

AFL List Changes

 

 

 

 

 

ADELAIDE

INS: Bryce Gibbs (Carlton), Sam Gibson (North Melbourne)

OUTS: Charlie Cameron (Brisbane), Dean Gore (delisted), Jake Lever (Melbourne), Troy Menzel (delisted), Scott Thompson (retired), Harry Wigg (Gold Coast)

 

 

 

 

 

BRISBANE LIONS

INS: Charlie Cameron (Adelaide), Luke Hodge (Hawthorn)

OUTS: Claye Beams (delisted), Josh Clayton (delisted), Michael Close (delisted), Jono Freeman (delisted), Blake Grewar (rookie – delisted), Cian Hanley (rookie – delisted), Matthew Hammelmann (delisted), Ryan Harwood (delisted), Jarrad Jansen (delisted), Tom Rockliff (Port Adelaide), Josh Schache (Westernb Bulldogs), Reuben William (delisted)

 

 

 

 

 

CARLTON

INS: Matt Kennedy (GWS Giants), Darcy Lang (Geelong), Matthew Lobbe (Port Adelaide)

OUTS: Dennis Armfield (retired), Dylan Buckley (delisted), Andrew Gallucci (delisted), Bryce Gibbs (Adelaide), Daniel Gorringe (rookie – delisted), Kristian Jaksch (delisted), Matt Korchek (rookie – retired), Rhys Palmer (delisted), Ciaran Sheehan (rookie – delisted),  Liam Sumner (delisted)

 

 

 

 

 

COLLINGWOOD

INS: Sam Murray (Sydney)

OUTS: Lachlan Keefe (delisted), Mitch McCarthy (rookie – delisted), Liam Mackie (rookie – delisted), Henry Schade (delisted), Jesse White (retired)

 

 

 

 

 

ESSENDON

INS: Luke Lavender (Category B Rookie – cricket), Adam Saad (Gold Coast), Devon Smith (GWS Giants), Jake Stringer (Western Bulldogs)

OUTS: Craig Bird (delisted), Yestin Eades (retired), Heath Hocking (delisted), Ben Howlett (delisted), James Kelly (retired), Brent Stanton (retired), Jobe Watson (retired)

 

 

 

 

 

FREMANTLE DOCKERS

INS: Brandon Matera (Gold Coast), Nathan Wilson (GWS Giants)

OUTS: Harley Balic (Melbourne), Zac Clarke (delisted), Sam Collins (delisted), Hayden Crozier (Western Bulldogs), Zac Dawson (retired), Josh Deluca (rookie – delisted), Jonathon Griffin (delisted), Garrick Ibbotson (retired), Matt Uebergang (rookie – delisted), Lachie Weller (Gold Coast), Shane Yarran (retired)

 

 

 

 

 

GEELONG

INS: Gary Ablett (Gold Coast)

OUTS: Josh Cowan (delisted), Darcy Lang (Carlton), Tom Lonergan (retired), Andrew Mackie (retired), Steven Motlop (Port Adelaide)

 

 

 

 

 

GOLD COAST SUNS

INS: Harry Wigg (Adelaide), Lachie Weller (Fremantle), Aaron Young (Port Adelaide)

OUTS: Gary Ablett (Geelong), Keegan Brooksby (rookie – delisted), Ryan Davis (rookie – delisted), Jarrad Grant (delisted), Mitch Hallahan (delisted), Cam Loersch (rookie – delisted), Brandon Matera (Fremantle), Adam Saad (Essendon)

 

 

 

 

 

GWS GIANTS

INS: 

OUTS: Tom Downie (retired), Steve Johnson (retired), Matt Kennedy (Carlton), Shane Mumford (retired), Tendai Mzungu (retired), Devon Smith (Essendon), Nathan Wilson (Fremantle)

 

 

 

 

 

HAWTHORN

INS: Jarman Impey (Port Adelaide)

OUTS: Jack Fitzpatrick (retired), Josh Gibson (retired), Billy Hartung (delisted), Luke Hodge (Brisbane), Kade Stewart (delisted), Luke Surman (retired), Dallas Willsmore (delisted)

 

 

 

 

 

MELBOURNE

INS: Harley Balic (Fremantle), Jake Lever (Adelaide)

OUTS: Colin Garland (retired), Liam Hulett (delisted), Ben Kennedy (delisted), Heritier Lumumba (retired), Jack Spencer (delisted), Jack Trengove (delisted), Jack Watts (Port Adelaide), Mitch White (delisted)

 

 

 

 

 

NORTH MELBOURNE

INS: 

OUTS: Will Fordham (rookie – delisted), Sam Gibson (Adelaide), Lachie Hansen (delisted), Aaron Mullett (delisted), Matt Taylor (rookie – delisted), Corey Wagner (delisted)

 

 

 

 

 

PORT ADELAIDE

INS: Steven Motlop (Geelong), Tom Rockliff (Brisbane Lions), Jack Watts (Melbourne)

OUTS: Brendan Ah Chee (West Coast), Logan Austin (Port Adelaide), Jarman Impey (Hawthorn), Nathan Krakouer (retired), Matthew Lobbe (Carlton), Angus Monfries (retired), Jackson Trengove (Western Bulldogs), Aaron Young (Gold Coast)

 

 

 

 

 

RICHMOND

INS: 

OUTS: Jake Batchelor (delisted), Todd Elton (delisted), Taylor Hunt (delisted), Ben Lennon (delisted), Ivan Maric (retired), Steve Morris (delisted), Chris Yarran (retired)

 

 

 

 

 

ST KILDA

INS: Logan Austin (Port Adelaide)

OUTS: Joe Baker-Thomas (rookie – delisted), Nick Coughlan (rookie – delisted), Sean Dempster (retired), Jason Holmes (rookie), Leigh Montagna (retired), Lewis Pierce (rookie), Nick Riewoldt (retired)

 

 

 

 

 

SYDNEY SWANS

INS: 

OUTS: Shaun Edwards (retired), Brandon Jack (delisted), Jeremy Laidler (retired), Tyrone Leonardis (delisted), Sam Murray (Collingwood), Michael Talia (delisted)

 

 

 

 

 

WEST COAST EAGLES

INS: Brendan Ah Chee (Port Adelaide)

OUTS: Paddy Brophy (retired), Sam Butler (retired), Jonathan Giles (retired), Tom Gorter (rookie – delisted), Josh Hill (delisted), Tom Lamb (delisted), Sam Mitchell (retired), Drew Petrie (retired), Matt Pridds (retired), Jordan Snadden (rookie – delisted), Simon Tunbridge (delisted), Sharrod Wellingham (delisted)

 

 

 

 

 

WESTERN BULLDOGS

INS: Hayden Crozier (Fremantle), Josh Schache (Brisbane), Jackson Trengove (Port Adelaide)

OUTS: Matthew Boyd (retired), Travis Cloke (retired), Stewart Crameri (delisted), Declan Hamilton (delisted), Bob Murphy (retired), Josh Prudden (rookie – delisted), Jake Stringer (Essendon), Tristian Tweedie (delisted)

 

 

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