- Dec 14, 2015
- AFL Club
Now includes live trades from Day 1 of the 2018 draft as follows;
Sydney swapped its second-round selection (pick 26, which became pick 29 after picks were matched elsewhere in the Draft) for a future third-round selection from West Coast. The deal meant the Swans would not be forced to use that second-round selection if a bid came for Nick Blakey, which it eventually did.
Another pick swap between the Swans and the Eagles with West Coast’s second-round selection, which at the start of the night was pick 22 but became pick 25 after bid matching, going to the Swans and a 2019 second-round selection heading to the Eagles.
Adelaide swapped pick 19 and its 2019 first-round selection for Carlton’s first selection in the 2019 Draft. The Crows will back themselves to climb the ladder in 2019 and hope the Blues don’t improve much – if at all – on their 18th place finish this season. If so, the Crows have secured a pick in the first few in next year’s Draft. With pick 19, the Blues selected Sandringham Dragons midfielder Liam Stocker.