Resource 2020 Nominal Draft Order - Finalised until next year!

Bonar (GWS) to North Melbourne New

Lore

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North Melbourne get Aiden Bonar and future 4th (Melbourne)
GWS get future 3rd

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This means that the pick that was traded to Adelaide for Jacobs and to Port Adelaide for Frampton is actually GWS's pick, not Melbourne's, I think.
 

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Looks like that's it. I will check them over later but if you see any issues please let me know, those fourth round picks in particular are hard to keep track of.
 

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Looks like that's it. I will check them over later but if you see any issues please let me know, those fourth round picks in particular are hard to keep track of.
Looks like that's it. I will check them over later but if you see any issues please let me know, those fourth round picks in particular are hard to keep track of.
Thought Adelaide had pick 4?
 

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Thanks to Johnny Rutten for pointing out an error, the round 4 pick tied to Melbourne was erroneously given to GWS, when it actually belongs to North Melbourne.

I have now double checked against the AFL's indicative draft order and other than the above which is now fixed, it all matches.

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Thanks to Johnny Rutten for pointing out an error, the round 4 pick tied to Melbourne was erroneously given to GWS, when it actually belongs to North Melbourne.

I have now double checked against the AFL's indicative draft order and other than the above which is now fixed, it all matches.

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Thanks for doing this, it wouldnt have been easy.

A small suggestion. At the bottom replace "Round" with Picks held. Some clubs have two 1st and others none.

Cheers. :thumbsu:
 

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A small suggestion. At the bottom replace "Round" with Picks held. Some clubs have two 1st and others none.
I don't get what you mean. The whole point of "Round" is to indicate that 1st 2nd 3rd etc are colour coded by round.

It's not meant to indicate the first, second or third pick that each club has, but rather which round each pick is in.
 

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I don't get what you mean. The whole point of "Round" is to indicate that 1st 2nd 3rd etc are colour coded by round.

It's not meant to indicate the first, second or third pick that each club has, but rather which round each pick is in.
Looks good to me mate, easy to read with colour coding
 

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Brisbane trade #48 and future 3rd to Collingwood for a future 2nd

The way it's written I am assuming they've traded their own picks, but Brisbane also had Essendon's third rounder and Collingwood also have St Kilda's second, so they could have traded those instead.

Collingwood are now in a position where they have a pick in every round and can therefore trade their first rounder if they want to.

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Brisbane trade #48 and future 3rd to Collingwood for a future 2nd

The way it's written I am assuming they've traded their own picks, but Brisbane also had Essendon's third rounder and Collingwood also have St Kilda's second, so they could have traded those instead.

Collingwood are now in a position where they have a pick in every round and can therefore trade their first rounder if they want to.

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Great work Lore!
It is now saying on afl.com.au that it was Essendon's future third rounder that Brisbane traded to the 'Pies.

First I'd heard of it! The tweets and articles released at the time were very misleading!
 

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Great work Lore!
It is now saying on afl.com.au that it was Essendon's future third rounder that Brisbane traded to the 'Pies.

First I'd heard of it! The tweets and articles released at the time were very misleading!
Wouldn't be the first time they've changed their minds. There was a pick in the 2019 draft order that was changed a week before the grand final :shrug:

I'll have to go through it all and check.
 

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Great work Lore!
It is now saying on afl.com.au that it was Essendon's future third rounder that Brisbane traded to the 'Pies.

First I'd heard of it! The tweets and articles released at the time were very misleading!
Looks like everything else matched up, only thing I've changed here is that Brisbane keep their third rounder and traded Essendon's third round pick to Collingwood.

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Port Adelaide Fremantle live trade (pick swap) New

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Do we know whether Freo traded out their own 2020 2nd Rounder or the one belonging to Melbourne in their live trade with Port Adelaide ?
I saw somewhere that they'd traded their own pick but not sure how reliable that is. For whatever it's worth the AFL's draft order currently says that Fremantle have Melbourne's 2nd and Port have Freo's 2nd, but they have a habit of changing their minds and updating it again later.


Fremantle in: #52 (2019) and #55 (2019)

Port Adelaide in: #66 (2019) and 2020 2nd round pick (tied to Fremantle?)

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