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The Trades – Day 10: Big names, new homes in frantic finale


Collingwood and Essendon herald landing the two biggest fish in the trade pool, Dayne Beams and Dylan Shiel. GRAPHIC: COLLINGWOODFC, ESSENDONFC

The Trades – Day 10: Big names, new homes in frantic finale

Ronny Lerner    

Wednesday was billed as a blockbuster final day of AFL trading, and it certainly didn’t disappoint as 17 deals were completed and some of the game’s biggest names found new homes in a frantic nine-hour period.

Day 10 started with a bang as Port Adelaide star Chad Wingard finally made his way to Hawthorn, along with a future third-round pick, in exchange for Hawks youngster Ryan Burton, pick 15, 35 and a future fourth-round pick.

Soon after, dual Fremantle best-and-fairest Lachie Neale got his wish and, along with pick 30, was traded to Brisbane in exchange for picks six, 19 and 55.

Then it was the Dockers’ turn to get something big and, after years of pursuit, they finally got their hands on Melbourne key forward Jesse Hogan, as well as pick 65, in exchange for picks six and 23 – in the process confirming that they were bluffing last week when they said they pulled out of the running for Hogan.

After years of crying out for a genuinely talented key forward tandem, Freo made their wishes finally come true with the next trade by also securing Rory Lobb from GWS. The Dockers also received picks 14, 43 and 47 in return for picks 11 and 19 as part of the deal.

Gold Coast co-captain Steven May was the next cab off the rank as he joined Suns teammate Kade Kolodjashnij on the way to Melbourne, while the expansion club received the pick six that Dees were given as part of the Hogan deal.

As far as the blockbuster deals were concerned, a huge lull then gripped the final day and the drama (whether contrived or not by the AFL and Foxtel to build suspense for the first-ever TV prime time deadline of 8.30pm) became palpable.

The deals surrounding Dylan Shiel and Dayne Beams appeared to stall dramatically while Tim Kelly’s wishes to be traded to West Coast were ultimately denied and he now has to reconcile the fact that he will spend another season at Geelong.

Essendon and Collingwood fans had to wait until the final 20 minutes of the 10-day trade period before finally having their dreams confirmed as their clubs secured the services of GWS jet Dylan Shiel and Brisbane star Dayne Beams respectively.

Shiel and a future second-round pick made their way to Tullamarine while the Giants received pick nine and a future first-round pick in return.

For Beams it is a homecoming as he returns to the club he previously played six seasons with, including the 2010 premiership. The Magpies also obtained picks 41 and 44 from the Lions while parting ways with pick 18, 56 and a future first-round pick.

In other trades, Sydney acquired Jackson Thurlow from Geelong, premiership Bulldog Jordan Roughead was nabbed by Collingwood, Sam Mayes made his way to Port Adelaide from Brisbane, Essendon speedster Travis Colyer crossed to Fremantle, Jack Hombsch joined Gold Coast from Port Adelaide, Swans defender Nic Newman was traded to Carlton and Bulldogs defender Marcus Adams made his way to the Lions.

Some pick swaps also took place as Brisbane traded a future first-round pick to Gold Coast in exchange for pick 19, a future second-round pick and a future third-round pick, North Melbourne traded pick 31 to Fremantle in exchange for picks 47, 49 and 55 and St Kilda traded pick 28 to Melbourne in exchange for picks 36 and 46.

In all, a huge collection of 42 players found new homes in the 2018 free agency/trade period.

COMPLETED DEALS
1. Reece Conca (Richmond) joined Fremantle as an unrestricted free agent. The Tigers received pick 37 as compensation.
2. Luke Dahlhaus (Western Bulldogs) joined Geelong as an unrestricted free agent. Bulldogs received pick 25 as compensation.
3. Lincoln McCarthy, pick 54 and pick 57 (Geelong) traded to Brisbane in exchange for picks 42 and 60.
4. Tom Lynch (Gold Coast) joined Richmond as a restricted free agent. Suns received pick 3 as compensation.
5. Anthony Miles, Corey Ellis and a future third-round pick (Richmond) traded to Gold Coast in exchange for a future third-round pick.
6. Carlton traded pre-listed Nathan Kreuger (South Adelaide) to Geelong in exchange for pick 42.
7. Scott Lycett (West Coast) joined Port Adelaide as a restricted free agent. Eagles received pick 20 as compensation.
8. Brisbane traded picks 24, 58 and 79 to Gold Coast in exchange for picks 32, 41, 44 and 77.
9. Carlton received Mitch McGovern and future third-round pick (Adelaide), Adelaide received pre-listed Shane McAdam (Sturt), pick 13 (Sydney) and future fifth-round pick (Carlton), Sydney received picks 26, 28 (Carlton) and 40 (Adelaide).
10. Jared Polec, Jasper Pittard and pick 48 (Port Adelaide) traded to North Melbourne in exchange for pick 11 and a future fourth-round pick.
11. Gary Rohan (Sydney) traded to Geelong in exchange for pick 61. Ryan Clarke (North Melbourne) traded to Sydney in exchange for pick 61.
12. Tom Hickey, pick 60 and future fourth-round pick (St Kilda) traded to West Coast in exchange for pick 39 and future third-round pick.
13. Alex Fasolo (Collingwood) joined Carlton as an unrestricted free agent. Magpies received pick 57 as compensation.
14. Fremantle traded pick 6 and a future third-round pick to Port Adelaide in exchange for picks 11, 23, 30 and 49.
15. Dan Hannebery and pick 28 (Sydney) traded to St Kilda in exchange for pick 39 and future second-round pick.
16. Dean Kent (Melbourne) traded to St Kilda in exchange for pick 65.
17. Dom Tyson (Melbourne) traded to North Melbourne in exchange for Braydon Preuss and pick 62.
18. Will Setterfield and pick 71 (GWS) traded to Carlton in exchange for pick 43 and future second-round pick.
19. Sam Lloyd (Richmond) traded to Western Bulldogs in exchange for pick 64.
20. Aaron Hall (Gold Coast) traded to North Melbourne in exchange for pick 68.
21. Jack Scrimshaw and future fourth-round pick (Gold Coast) traded to Hawthorn in exchange for future third-round pick.
22. Gold Coast traded pick 68 to Adelaide in exchange for future fourth-round pick.
23. George Horlin-Smith (Geelong) traded to Gold Coast in exchange for pick 59.
24. Tyson Stengle (Richmond) traded to Adelaide in exchange for pick 68.
25. Tom Scully (GWS) traded to Hawthorn for future fourth-round pick.
26. Taylor Duryea (Hawthorn) traded to Western Bulldogs for future fourth-round pick.
27. Chad Wingard and future third-round pick (Port Adelaide) traded to Hawthorn in exchange for Ryan Burton, pick 15, pick 35 and future fourth-round pick.
28. Sam Mayes and pick 5 (Brisbane Lions) traded to Port Adelaide in exchange for pick 6, pick 35 and future third-round pick.
29. Brisbane Lions traded future first-round pick to Gold Coast in exchange for pick 19, future second-round pick and future third-round pick.
30. Lachie Neale and pick 30 (Fremantle) traded to Brisbane Lions in exchange for picks 6, 19 and 55.
31. Jesse Hogan and pick 65 (Melbourne) traded to Fremantle in exchange for picks 6 and 23.
32. Rory Lobb, pick 14, 43 and 47 (GWS) traded to Fremantle in exchange for pick 11 and 19.
33. North Melbourne traded pick 31 to Fremantle in exchange for 47, 49 and 55.
34. Steven May and Kade Kolodjashnij (Gold Coast) traded to Melbourne in exchange for pick 6.
35. Jack Hombsch (Port Adelaide) traded to Gold Coast in exchange for future fourth-round pick.
36. Jackson Thurlow (Geelong) traded to Sydney in exchange for pick 70.
37. St Kilda traded pick 28 to Melbourne in exchange for picks 36 and 46.
38. Marcus Adams (Western Bulldogs) traded to the Brisbane Lions in exchange for pick 32 and future third-round pick.
39. Jordan Roughead (Western Bulldogs) traded to Collingwood in exchange for pick 75.
40. Travis Colyer (Essendon) traded to Fremantle for future fourth-round pick.
41. Dylan Shiel and future second-round pick (GWS) traded to Essendon in exchange for pick 9 and future first-round pick.
42. Nic Newman (Sydney) traded to Carlton for future fourth-round pick.
43. Dayne Beams, pick 41 and 44 (Brisbane Lions) traded to Collingwood in exchange for pick 18, 56 and future first-round pick.

CLUB-BY-CLUB SUMMARY

ADELAIDE
In: Shane McAdam (Carlton – pre-listed), Tyson Stengle (Richmond)
Out: Mitch McGovern (Carlton)
Draft picks: 8, 13, 16, 21, 73, 83

BRISBANE
In: Lachie Neale (Fremantle), Marcus Adams (Western Bulldogs), Lincoln McCarthy (Geelong)
Out: Dayne Beams (Collingwood), Sam Mayes (Port Adelaide)
Draft picks: 18, 30, 35, 56, 78

CARLTON
In: Mitch McGovern (Adelaide), Alex Fasolo (Collingwood – UFA), Nic Newman (Sydney), Will Setterfield (GWS)
Out: Nathan Kreuger (Geelong – pre-listed), Shane McAdam (Adelaide – pre-listed)
Draft picks: 1, 69, 71, 77

COLLINGWOOD
In: Dayne Beams (Collingwood), Jordan Roughead (Western Bulldogs)
Out: Alex Fasolo (Carlton – UFA)
Draft picks: 41, 44, 51, 57, 93

ESSENDON
In: Dylan Shiel (GWS)
Out: Travis Colyer (Fremantle)
Draft picks: 34, 66, 84

FREMANTLE
In: Jesse Hogan (Melbourne), Rory Lobb (GWS), Reece Conca (Richmond – UFA), Travis Colyer (Essendon)
Out: Lachie Neale (Brisbane Lions)
Draft picks: 14, 31, 43, 65, 81

GEELONG
In: Luke Dahlhaus (Western Bulldogs – UFA), Gary Rohan (Sydney), Nathan Kreuger (Carlton – pre-listed)
Out: Jackson Thurlow (Sydney), Lincoln McCarthy (Brisbane Lions), George Horlin-Smith (Gold Coast)
Draft picks: 12, 50, 59, 60, 70, 87

GOLD COAST
In: Anthony Miles (Richmond), Corey Ellis (Richmond), George Horlin-Smith (Geelong), Jack Hombsch (Port Adelaide)
Out: Tom Lynch (Richmond – RFA), Steven May (Melbourne), Kade Kolodjashnij (Melbourne), Aaron Hall (North Melbourne), Jack Scrimshaw (Hawthorn)
Draft picks: 2, 3, 6, 24, 29, 80

GWS
In: Nil
Out: Dylan Shiel (Essendon), Tom Scully (Hawthorn), Rory Lobb (Fremantle), Will Setterfield (Carlton)
Draft picks: 9, 11, 19, 25, 52, 89

HAWTHORN
In: Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide), Tom Scully (GWS), Jack Scrimshaw (Gold Coast)
Out: Ryan Burton (Port Adelaide), Taylor Duryea (Western Bulldogs)
Draft picks: 53, 90

MELBOURNE
In: Steven May (Gold Coast), Braydon Preuss (North Melbourne), Kade Kolodjashnij (Gold Coast)
Out: Jesse Hogan (Fremantle), Dom Tyson (North Melbourne), Dean Kent (St Kilda)
Draft picks: 23, 28, 54, 62, 91

NORTH MELBOURNE
In: Jared Polec (Port Adelaide), Dom Tyson (Melbourne), Jasper Pittard (Port Adelaide), Aaron Hall (Gold Coast)
Out: Ryan Clarke (Sydney), Braydon Preuss (Melbourne)
Draft picks: 42, 47, 48, 49, 55, 58, 86

PORT ADELAIDE
In: Scott Lycett (West Coast – RFA), Ryan Burton (Hawthorn), Sam Mayes (Brisbane Lions)
Out: Chad Wingard (Hawthorn), Jared Polec (North Melbourne), Jasper Pittard (North Melbourne), Jack Hombsch (Gold Coast)
Draft picks: 5, 10, 15, 85

RICHMOND
In: Tom Lynch (Gold Coast – RFA)
Out: Reece Conca (Fremantle – UFA), Sam Lloyd (Western Bulldogs), Anthony Miles (Gold Coast), Corey Ellis (Gold Coast), Tyson Stengle (Adelaide)
Draft picks: 17, 37, 64, 68, 74, 92

ST KILDA
In: Dan Hannebery (Sydney), Dean Kent (Melbourne)
Out: Tom Hickey (West Coast)
Draft picks: 4, 36, 46, 67, 79

SYDNEY
In: Ryan Clarke (North Melbourne), Jackson Thurlow (Geelong)
Out: Dan Hannebery (St Kilda), Gary Rohan (Geelong), Nic Newman (Carlton)
Draft picks: 26, 33, 38, 39, 40, 88

WEST COAST
In: Tom Hickey (St Kilda)
Out: Scott Lycett (Port Adelaide – RFA)
Draft picks: 20, 22, 61, 72, 76, 94

WESTERN BULLDOGS
In: Taylor Duryea (Hawthorn), Sam Lloyd (Richmond)
Out: Luke Dahlhaus (Geelong – UFA), Jordan Roughead (Collingwood), Marcus Adams (Brisbane Lions)
Draft picks: 7, 27, 32, 45, 63, 75, 82

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