Game Day 2019 National Draft

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Club Legend
Sep 25, 2013
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Well Macca you were right re Bianco!

To be honest, I don’t mind Port’s strategy this year. These are three higher risk, higher reward types who will take time. We haven’t traded for 2020 or to save Hinkley. We have gone for needs and the longer term. We have also picked three players that have real potential and could have all gone higher had age and injuries not come into it. The really nice aspect is that all three are good kicks and have some pace and agility. We can argue Kemp or Robertson over Bergman, etc but I think to get three good players and picks for next year is solid. Time will tell but I’m positive that 2018 and 19 will provide us the premiership we crave and desperately need.

Sewer de Lance

Club Legend
Feb 10, 2013
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Jamaica Bob Sled FC
Loading up on forwards this draft tells me one of two things:

1) Todd Marshall will play down back, or
2) we already have a key defender lined up in next years trade period


Futebol Australiano
May 26, 2017
Uruguayana, RS (BRA) [last: Rockville, MD (USA)]
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Grêmio, DC United, Clev. Indians
future 2nd (tied to Fremantle? Fremantle also have Melbourne's)
According to the AFL media, it is Fremantle's.

We are going into next year's draft with 3 second-round (ours, Freo's, and Collingwood's) and 2 third-round (ours and Kilda's) picks. We do not pick in the first nor in the fourth round.


Norm Smith Medallist
Jun 12, 2005
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
I think we may have found a good one in Miles Bergman. Looks to have very nice hands above and below his knees and has good balance. He's a nice height which makes him valuable and he seems to have a bit of toe and crucially, over the first 5 yards - very nice, happy with this one.

I'm happy with and for Jackson Mead. Genuine two sided player who looks to have lovely skills and good hands. Happy with him as well.

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