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tigertim

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A few years old. MacRae stands out though.
The pick 6 is getting better, games played wise anyway, over the last 20 years:

2001: Ashley Sampi (West Coast) – 78 games
2002: Steven Salopek (Port Adelaide) – 121 games
2003: Kepler Bradley (Essendon) – 117 games
2004: Tom Williams (Western Bulldogs) – 85 games
2005: Beau Dowler (Hawthorn) – 16 games
2006: Mitch Thorp (Hawthorn) – 2 games
2007: David Myers (Essendon) – 116 games
2008: Chris Yarran (Carlton) – 119 games
2009: Gary Rohan (Sydney) – 165 games
2010: Reece Conca (Richmond) – 149 games
2011: Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide) – 194 games
2012: Jack Macrae (Western Bulldogs) – 185 games
2013: Matthew Scharenberg (Collingwood) – 31 games
2014: Caleb Marchbank (GWS) – 48 games
2015: Aaron Francis (Essendon) – 50 games
2016: Sam Petrevski-Seton (Carlton) – 94 games
2017: Jaidyn Stephenson (Collingwood) – 73 games
2018: Ben King (Gold Coast) 53 games
2019: Fisher McAsey (Adelaide Crows) 10 games
2020: Denver Grainger-Barrass (Hawthorn) 5 games

average games played by draft pick no. 6 : 120
 

tigertim

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It’ll be interesting to look back and see how CJ going to North and pushing out Xerri to St Kilda (seemingly at this stage) works out for them. And also how it affects Charlie Comben.
 

caesar

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North asking St Kilda for a future 2nd rounder for Xerri, interesting to see how these negotiations go considering North effectively got a 3rd rounder this year and future 4th rounder back for CJ

Haven't seen Xerri play but surely drafting CJ 52 picks earlier should add slightly to his value? and why bring CJ in when you have Xerri?

Because they think he is better of course.

Tristan Xerri

Born: Born: 15 March 1999 (age 22 years),
Height: 2.02 m
Nationality: Australian
Weight: 100 kg
Draft: No. 72, 2017 AFL draft, North Melbourne
Position(s): Forward/Ruck
Games: 8

Callum Coleman-Jones

Born: 13 June 1999 (age 22 years)
Height: 2.01 m
Nationality: Australian
Date joined: 2018 (Richmond Football Club)
Weight: 105 kg (231 lb)
Draft: No 20
Position(s): Ruck / forward
Nickname(s): CJ, Zombie
Games: 8
 
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caesar

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Changed my mind and placed in 2021 draft thread instead
 
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Isotopes

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This could work out really well for norf, with one of the lowest memberships, appealing to the LBGTI demographic might provide a real boost.
Really big community & marketing opportunity here, can't wait to see them in a rainbow barred top.
 
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mj72

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Takes some guts.
I've been guilty of some childish jokes about this, which is a poor reflection on myself.........but great effort, good story, looks well and good on her. Genuinely happy on reading about her today.
 
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zippadeee

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I've been guilty of some childish jokes about this, which is a poor reflection on myself.........but great effort, good story, looks well and good on her. Genuinely happy on reading about her today.
Spot on.
Good to have her welcomed back
 
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Tigers of Old

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The news of Cunnington's cancer returning isn't great news for North's hopes this year.
Fingers & toes crossed he makes a complete recovery but he'll be behind the 8-ball even if he does.
 
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bullus_hit

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The news of Cunnington's cancer returning isn't great news for North's hopes this year.
Fingers & toes crossed he makes a complete recovery but he'll be behind the 8-ball even if he does.
Ben is one of my favourite non Richmond players, probably the most underrated footballer in the AFL.
 
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