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Round 2 | AFL Teams | 05 Apr - 09 Apr

ROUND 2



BRL V CAR | G | Thu 05 Apr

Brisbane Lions
B: Niall McKeever, Matt Maguire, Ashley McGrath
HB: Mitchell Golby, Joel Patfull, Pearce Hanley
C: Jed Adcock, Tom Rockliff, Daniel Rich
HF: Jared Polec, Daniel Merrett, Todd Banfield
F: Jack Redden, Matthew Leuenberger, Ryan Lester
Foll: Ben Hudson, Simon Black, Claye Beams
I/C: Cheynee Stiller, James Polkinghorne, Jesse O’Brien, Rohan Bewick
Emg: Sam Sheldon, Ryan Harwood, Billy Longer
In: Jesse O’Brien
Out: Sam Sheldon

Carlton
B: Bret Thornton, Lachlan Henderson, Jeremy Laidler
HB: Heath Scotland, Paul Bower, Christopher Yarran
C: Kade Simpson, Chris Judd, Andrew Carrazzo
HF: Jeffrey Garlett, Jarrad Waite, Kane Lucas
F: Mitch Robinson, Matthew Kreuzer, Eddie Betts
Foll: Shaun Hampson, Bryce Gibbs, Marc Murphy
I/C: Jordan Russell, Dennis Armfield, Zach Tuohy, Edward Curnow
Emg: Brock McLean, Andrew Collins, Sam Rowe


ESS V PTA | ES | Sat 07 Apr

Essendon
B: Courtenay Dempsey, Tayte Pears, Michael Hibberd
HB: Kyle Hardingham, Dustin Fletcher, Jake Carlisle
C: David Myers, Jobe Watson, Jake Melksham
HF: Stewart Crameri, David Hille, Leroy Jetta
F: Angus Monfries, Michael Hurley, David Zaharakis
Foll: Patrick Ryder, Ben Howlett, Brent Stanton
I/C: Sam Lonergan, Nathan Lovett-Murray, Mark McVeigh, Dyson Heppell
Emg: Ricky Dyson, Kyle Reimers, Tom Bellchambers
In: Sam Lonergan, Jake Carlisle
Out: Heath Hocking, Cale Hooker

Port Adelaide
B: Jackson Trengove, Alipate Carlile, Jacob Surjan
HB: Danyle Pearce, Troy Chaplin, Ben Jacobs
C: Kane Cornes, Domenic Cassisi, John McCarthy
HF: Travis Boak, Jay Schulz, Hamish Hartlett
F: Chad Wingard, Daniel Stewart, Justin Westhoff
Foll: Jarrad Redden, Bradley Ebert, Matt Thomas
I/C: David Rodan, Paul Stewart, Matthew Broadbent, Cameron O’Shea
Emg: Mitchell Banner, Simon Phillips, Darren Pfeiffer
In: Jackson Trengove
Out: John Butcher


SYD V FRE | SCG | Sat 07 Apr

Sydney Swans
B: Martin Mattner, Heath Grundy, Nicholas Smith
HB: Alex Johnson, Ted Richards, Nick Malceski
C: Daniel Hannebery, Kieren Jack, Rhyce Shaw
HF: Jarrad McVeigh, Sam Reid, Adam Goodes
F: Craig Bird, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Ben McGlynn
Foll: Shane Mumford, Jude Bolton, Josh P. Kennedy
I/C: Ryan O’Keefe, Gary Rohan, Lewis Jetta, Luke Parker
Emg: Jesse White, Mark Seaby, Andrejs Everitt
In: Ryan O’Keefe, Rhyce Shaw
Out: Andrejs Everitt, Harry Cunningham
Milestones: Lewis Roberts-Thomson – 150 games

Fremantle
B: Nick Suban, Zac Dawson, Adam McPhee
HB: Michael Johnson, Luke McPharlin, Stephen Hill
C: Josh Mellington, Ryan Crowley, Tendai Mzungu
HF: Paul Duffield, Matthew Pavlich, Jack Anthony
F: Christopher Mayne, Kepler Bradley, Zachary Clarke
Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Nathan Fyfe, Greg Broughton
I/C: Garrick Ibbotson, Matthew de Boer, Clancee Pearce, Michael Barlow
Emg: David Mundy, Jay Van Berlo, Alex Silvagni
In: Jack Anthony
Out: Hayden Ballantyne
Milestones: Nick Suban – 50 games


WCE V MEL | PS | Sat 07 Apr

West Coast Eagles
B: Beau Waters, Darren Glass, Will Schofield
HB: Adam Selwood, Eric Mackenzie, Shannon Hurn
C: Andrew Gaff, Matthew Priddis, Matthew Rosa
HF: Ashton Hams, Quinten Lynch, Jack Darling
F: Josh Hill, Josh Kennedy, Chris Masten
Foll: Dean Cox, Luke Shuey, Daniel Kerr
I/C: Andrew Embley, Scott Selwood, Nic Naitanui, Ashley Smith
Emg: Sam Butler, Patrick McGinnity, Gerrick Weedon
Milestones: Shannon Hurn – 100 games

Melbourne
B: Joel Macdonald, James Frawley, Clint Bartram
HB: Jamie Bennell, Jared Rivers, Colin Garland
C: Jack Watts, Jack Grimes, Nathan Jones
HF: Ricky Petterd, James Sellar, Jeremy Howe
F: Lynden Dunn, Mitchell Clark, Brad Green
Foll: Mark Jamar, James Magner, Jack Trengove
I/C: Matthew Bate, Stefan Martin, Rohan Bail, Jordie McKenzie
Emg: Aaron Davey, Tom McDonald, Josh Tynan
In: Lynden Dunn, Ricky Petterd, Jamie Bennell, James Sellar
Out: Aaron Davey, Brent Moloney, Sam Blease, Josh Tynan


ADE V WBD | AS | Sat 07 Apr

Adelaide
B: Ben Rutten, Daniel Talia, Michael Doughty
HB: Graham Johncock, Andy Otten, Brodie Smith
C: Nathan van Berlo, Patrick Dangerfield, Bernie Vince
HF: Jared Petrenko, Richard Douglas, Rory Sloane
F: Kurt Tippett, Jason Porplyzia, Taylor Walker
Foll: Sam Jacobs, Scott Thompson, Brent Reilly
I/C: David Mackay, Ricky Henderson, Ian Callinan, Tom Lynch
Emg: Brad Symes, Matthew Wright, Matthew Jaensch
Milestones: Scott Thompson – 200 games

Western Bulldogs
B: Robert Murphy, Brian Lake, Dylan Addison
HB: Ryan Hargrave, Lukas Markovic, Easton Wood
C: Daniel Cross, Matthew Boyd, Ryan Griffen
HF: Luke Dahlhaus, Liam Jones, Adam Cooney
F: Daniel Giansiracusa, William Minson, Shaun Higgins
Foll: Jordan Roughead, Thomas Liberatore, Liam Picken
I/C: Jarrad Grant, Nathan Djerrkura, Clay Smith, Tory Dickson
Emg: Ayce Cordy, Patrick Veszpremi, Mitchell Wallis
In: Ryan Griffen, Nathan Djerrkura
Out: Christian Howard, Mitchell Wallis


COL V RIC | MCG | Sat 07 Apr

Collingwood
B: Heritier O’Brien, Lachlan Keeffe, Heath Shaw
HB: Chris Tarrant, Ben Reid, Tyson Goldsack
C: Dane Swan, Luke Ball, Dayne Beams
HF: Dale Thomas, Jackson Paine, Ben Sinclair
F: Travis Cloke, Chris Dawes, Alex Fasolo
Foll: Darren Jolly, Scott Pendlebury, Steele Sidebottom
I/C: Alan Toovey, Martin Clarke, Jarryd Blair, Paul Seedsman
Emg: Luke Rounds, Tom Young, Peter Yagmoor
In: Dayne Beams, Chris Tarrant
Out: Luke Rounds, Peter Yagmoor
Milestones: Chris Dawes – 50 games

Richmond
B: Steven Morris, Alex Rance, Chris Newman
HB: Bachar Houli, Dylan Grimes, Brandon Ellis
C: Shaun Grigg, Dustin Martin, Daniel Jackson
HF: Brett Deledio, Tyrone Vickery, Shane Edwards
F: Brad Miller, Jack Riewoldt, Jake King
Foll: Ivan Maric, Trent Cotchin, Nathan Foley
I/C: Shane Tuck, Robin Nahas, Reece Conca, Jake Batchelor
Emg: Angus Graham, Matthew White, Addam Maric
In: Jake King, Jake Batchelor
Out: Jayden Post, Addam Maric
Milestones: Bachar Houli – 50 games


NTH V GWS | BA | Sun 08 Apr

North Melbourne
B: Scott McMahon, Scott Thompson, Jamie Macmillan
HB: Kieran Harper, Michael Firrito, Daniel Wells
C: Leigh Adams, Andrew Swallow, Shaun Atley
HF: Ryan Bastinac, Todd Goldstein, Samuel Wright
F: Aaron Edwards, Drew Petrie, Lindsay Thomas
Foll: Hamish McIntosh, Liam Anthony, Brent Harvey
I/C: Ben Warren, Matt Campbell, Robert Tarrant, Ben Cunnington, Cameron Delaney, Aaron Mullett, Brad McKenzie
In: Ben Warren, Cameron Delaney, Brad McKenzie

GWS Giants
B: Luke Power, Tim Mohr, Chad Cornes
HB: Tomas Bugg, Phil Davis, Adam Kennedy
C: Rhys Palmer, Jacob Townsend, Tom Scully
HF: Stephen Coniglio, Jeremy Cameron, Curtly Hampton
F: Nathan Wilson, Israel Folau, Devon Smith
Foll: Jonathan Giles, Callan Ward, Dylan Shiel
I/C: Jack Hombsch, WIlliam Hoskin-Elliot, Adam Tomlinson, Toby Greene, Dean Brogan, Sam Reid, Dom Tyson
In: Tom Scully, Dean Brogan, Luke Power, Sam Reid
Out: James McDonald


STK V GCS | ES | Sun 08 Apr

St Kilda
B: Jarryn Geary, Sam Gilbert, Jason Blake
HB: Jamie Cripps, Sam Fisher, Sean Dempster
C: Nick Dal Santo, Lenny Hayes, Brendon Goddard
HF: Jack Steven, Nick Riewoldt, Terry Milera
F: Stephen Milne, Justin Koschitzke, Rhys Stanley
Foll: Ben McEvoy, Clinton Jones, Leigh Montagna
I/C: David Armitage, Farren Ray, Tom Simpkin, Nicholas Winmar, Tom Ledger, Jack Newnes, Beau Wilkes
In: Tom Simpkin, Nicholas Winmar, Tom Ledger, Jack Newnes, Beau Wilkes
Out: Brett Peake, Dean Polo

Gold Coast Suns
B: Jarrod Harbrow, Matthew Warnock, Jeremy Taylor
HB: Maverick Weller, Steven May, Jared Brennan
C: Matt Shaw, David Swallow, Dion Prestia
HF: Harley Bennell, Tom Lynch, Aaron Hall
F: Campbell Brown, Tom Hickey, Brandon Matera
Foll: Zac Smith, Michael Rischitelli, Gary Ablett
I/C: Karmichael Hunt, Luke Russell, Josh Fraser, Trent McKenzie, Josh Caddy, Liam Patrick, Alex Sexton
In: Maverick Weller, Josh Fraser, Trent McKenzie, Matt Shaw, Liam Patrick, Alex Sexton
Out: Sam Iles, Daniel Gorringe, Seb Tape


GEE V HAW | MCG | Mon 09 Apr

Geelong Cats
B: Billie Smedts, Tom Lonergan, Corey Enright
HB: Andrew Mackie, Harry Taylor, Taylor Hunt
C: Joel Corey, Joel Selwood, Steven Motlop
HF: Mathew Stokes, Tom Hawkins, Mitch Duncan
F: Paul Chapman, James Podsiadly, Steve Johnson
Foll: Trent West, Jimmy Bartel, James Kelly
I/C: Shannon Byrnes, Josh Hunt, Mitch Brown, Allen Christensen, Cameron Guthrie, George Horlin-Smith, Orren Stephenson
In: Shannon Byrnes, Josh Hunt, Mitch Brown, George Horlin-Smith
Out: Matthew Scarlett

Hawthorn
B: Brent Guerra, Josh Gibson, Benjamin Stratton
HB: Grant Birchall, Ryan Schoenmakers, Matt Suckling
C: Isaac Smith, Sam Mitchell, Jordan Lewis
HF: Shane Savage, Lance Franklin, Michael Osborne
F: Cyril Rioli, David Hale, Jack Gunston
Foll: Broc McCauley, Brad Sewell, Shaun Burgoyne
I/C: Chance Bateman, Jarryd Roughead, Brendan Whitecross, Luke Breust, Kyle Cheney, Jarrad Boumann, Bradley Hill
In: Jarryd Roughead, Kyle Cheney, Bradley Hill


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I wouldn't mind watching/listening to a bit of this tomorrow. I see McKeever has kept his place in the full back line. This will be a big test for him. If he can do well here he could get a good run in the team. Tuohy is dropped to the bench.
Any idea what radio stations might be airing it? Triple M??

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Details on who is broadcasting games

This is a good link on the AFL site re what games are being broadcast (radio/TV) and by who. Just select what area of Oz you are in. This is set for Vic.
It might be a good link to have posted for every round.

http://www.afl.com.au/broadcast%20gu...ound=Round%202
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An article on Marty Clarke

http://cms.afl.com.au/news/newsartic...9/default.aspx
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This is a good link on the AFL site re what games are being broadcast (radio/TV) and by who. Just select what area of Oz you are in. This is set for Vic.
It might be a good link to have posted for every round.

http://www.afl.com.au/broadcast%20gu...ound=Round%202
I had it included in the game threads, but forgot to put it in the Round threads. Will update.

Here is the list for Ireland:

http://www.afl.com.au/broadcast%20gu...x#loci=Ireland

Where can you watch it live? Nowhere.
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Im watching it live now on free espn stream I found online. 3 Irish boys getting game time.

Half time in the Brisbane Carlton game and it's a great game to watch. All the Irish boys are doing quite well. Tuohy the best of them and he has kicked a good goal after a great tackle won a free. Hanly and Mckeever both playing ok but have kicked a few poor balls, loosing possession. However, all 3 are in the game. Brisbane are looking a decent side and with Browne to come back upfront they could well make the top 8. Eddie Betts made a screamer of a catch after a poor kick from Hanly gave away possession in the attacking 50.

Ok game over and truly over for Brisbane. They were blown away in the 3rd quarter and it continued in the last. Carlton are looking fairly impressive. They made it very difficult for Brisbane to have any time on the ball. Tuohy was the best of the Irish lads. He has a good future if he stays injury free. He did nothing spectacular but he looked very comfortable in everything he did. He made very little mistakes. Hanly's kicking got worse as game went on and generally himself and Mckeever faded out of the game. Carlton look a good bet for grand final appearance.

Final score
Carlton 23.16. 154
Brisbane 9. 9. 63

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Watched a bit of the Carlton Brisbane game earlier, Eddie Betts had two contenders for mark of the year. Stunning leaps.


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Watched a bit of the Carlton Brisbane game earlier, Eddie Betts had two contenders for mark of the year. Stunning leaps.
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