- May 1, 2005
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
- Other Teams
- Kangas, Roos, Shinboners
I'll go with not thanks.
Aiden Bonar runs laps at his new club this week.Source: AAP
While Wood didn’t find his way to another club during the trade period, the Kangaroos acquired former first-round pick Aiden Bonar from Greater Western Sydney in the final moments of the trade period.
Despite having two years to run on a contract at the Giants, the opportunity starved midfielder found his way to Arden Street, along with a future fourth-round pick in exchange for a future third-round pick, which could prove to be a steal.
Wood said the senior group has been impressed by the way the Dandenong Stingrays product – who managed only six games in two seasons at the Giants – has turned up for pre-season.
“Just looking at him, he is such a physical specimen. We’re really excited to see what he can do going into next year,” he said.
“He is really good mates with Luke Davies-Uniacke. They are already starting to jell and they’re in each other’s pocket, which is good.”
I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s already up around the 93kg mark. hes got that natural build like Vunivalu, he could be running around at 100kg and I don’t think he’d lose much mobility.Wood is right about his size etc.
He's arguably one of the best all-around athletes to ever pull on the jumper.
He's a better athlete than Majak.
If ends up at around 90-95kg's, good luck opposition midfielders....