No worries. Great work throughout the period and the year. Looking forward to a great 2021.Yes but the official confirmation comes from @AFL_House on twitter, they haven't posted it yet.
There's a bit of confusion over whether the Caldwell and Cameron deals were interrelated or not, apparently some clubs submitted it as a 3 way trade and others didn't. And then the Hind trade is after that one and involves picks that Essendon got from the Caldwell trade.
So it's messy, and they haven't posted it yet.
I'm not gonna copy it, half the time they fu** it up. And then they quietly change it later without explanation
All of this is updated Lore
Ah, fair enough. The trade tracker has also been updated FWIW:I'm not gonna copy it, half the time they fu** it up. And then they quietly change it later without explanation
Once AFLHQ officially publishes the trades (they still haven't) and I've finished doing it, then I'll compare notes.
GWS with 4 first rounders. They could do some damage.I've made a duplicate of the spreadsheet just as a 'for now' until we can get proper confirmation.
Speculative update includes:
Correction: Jaidyn Stephenson and Atu Bosenavalugi (Collingwood) to North Melbourne with #39 in exchange for #26, #33, #70. (i.e. #70 in 2020, not Brisbane's future 4th that North had.)
Jye Caldwell (GWS) to Essendon with #44 and #74 in exchange for #29 and a future 2nd round pick (tied to Essendon)
Jeremy Cameron (GWS) to Geelong with two future 2nd round picks (tied to GWS and Essendon) in exchange for #13, #15, #20 and a future 4th round pick (tied to Geelong)
Nick Hind (St Kilda) to Essendon with #77 in exchange for #67 and #74
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The Giants and Essendon seem the most likely teams to either trade up in the 2020 draft or to trade down one of their early picks in exchange for early 2021 future picks.
What's the fewest amount of points a team, has gone to the draft with?As with previous editions from previous years, this spreadsheet will updated automatically during the season.
I will also try to post a screenshot of it once the round is over for posterity and so that the most up to date information is accessible in case the spreadsheet breaks for any reason.
Through the trade period I will try and keep it as up to date as possible, but I am one person so please be patient.
For ease of access I have also set up threadmarks on the round updates, and will do the same through the trade period as picks change hands. To access this feature please use the button at the top right corner of the thread.
Tag me if you notice anything that isn't quite right!
For the 2019 version, see here:
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For the 2016 version, see here: