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« on: November 27, 2013, 02:12:22 PM »

They say, we say: Club-by-club verdicts on the 2013-14 Pre-Season and Rookie Drafts

http://www.afl.com.au/news/2013-11-27/they-say-we-say-rookie-draft-verdicts



They say
The Bulldogs didnt make any selections in the rookie draft as they have kept Mark Austin, Jack Redpath, Lin Jong and Alex Greenwood as rookies for 2014. They have promoted Brett Goodes to the senior list. They didn't have a selection in the pre-season draft.

We say
The Bulldogs were happy to focus on youth at the national draft, having acquired Stewart Crameri and Sam Darley in the trade period. They snared Marcus Bontempelli, a tall midfielder who can win his own ball, with selection No.4 and competitive small forward/midfielder Mitch Honeychurch. They also collected 23-year-old Norwood premiership defender/forward Matthew Fuller at No.42, and were rapt to land Honeychurch at No.60, with the Eastern Ranges youngster to provide more midfield depth with his appetite for the contested ball. They would be happy having landed Crameri in particular and look to have strengthened their attack further with Fuller, who kicked a famous long goal in the 2013 SANFL Grand Final. - Jennifer Phelan
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