2022 Trade Period - All Player Moves


Karl Amon (Port Adelaide) to Hawthorn
Jayden Hunt (Melbourne) to West Coast
Dan McStay (Brisbane) to Collingwood
Liam Jones (QAFL) to Western Bulldogs
Zaine Cordy (Western Bulldogs) to St Kilda


Bobby Hill (GWS) to Collingwood:

The Giants trade Hill and its round-three selection (pick No.40) to Collingwood for its round-three selection (43) and its future second-round selection.

Tim Taranto (GWS) to Richmond:

The former No.2 pick makes his way south in exchange for picks 12 and 19

Blake Acres (Fremantle) to Carlton:

the Dockers also picked up a future third-round selection from Carlton in exchange for wingman Blake Acres

Griffin Logue and Darcy Tucker & a future third round selection (Fremantle) to North Melbourne:

Fremantle receives a future second-round selection, a future third-round selection and a future fourth-round selection

Ben Long (St Kilda) to Gold Coast:

The 25-year-old heads to the Suns along with a future fourth-round pick, with the Saints getting pick 32 in return.

Tom Berry (Brisbane) to Gold Coast:

Berry moves to Gold Coast along with pick No. 46 and a future second round selection in exchange for pick No. 25, No. 36 and 56

Josh Corbett (Gold Coast) to Fremantle:

Gold Coast receives a future fourth-round selection

Tanner Bruhn (GWS) to Geelong:

The Cats parted ways with pick No.18 to acquire Bruhn, who was the No.12 pick in the 2020 NAB AFL Draft.

Luke Jackson (Melbourne) to Fremantle
Toby Bedford (Melbourne) to GWS

Melbourne gets pick 13, Fremantle’s future first round pick and future second round pick (tied to the Dockers) in exchange for Jackson, picks 44 and 67. GWS gets Toby Bedford

Will Setterfield (Fark Carlton) to Essendon:

Will Setterfield will join Essendon after Carlton traded the midfielder, and pick 68, for a future fourth-round selection.

Izak Rankine (Gold Coast) to Adelaide:

The Crows have secured Rankine, Pick 46 and a future fourth-round pick, while the Suns have been given Pick 5, a future third-round pick and a future fourth-round pick.

Jason Horne-Francis (North) to Port Adelaide
Willie Rioli (West Coast) to Port Adelaide

Jason Horne-Francis and Junior Rioli get their wish and join Port Adelaide, North Melbourne have picks No.2 and 3 in the draft as well as a future first-rounder, West Coast split its pick to hold the No.8 and 12 selections and the Giants rise up the board for the No.1 pick

Jack Gunston (Hawthorn) to Brisbane:

Hawthorn to receive pick 48 and a future fourth round pick.

Brodie Grundy (Collingwood) to Melbourne:

Collingwood has traded Brodie Grundy to Melbourne for pick 27

Jack Bowes (Gold Coast) to Geelong

Geelong also get this year’s pick 7…Gold Coast get a future 3rd round pick

Billy Frampton (Adelaide) to Collingwood:

Adelaide has received a future third-round selection in exchange for Frampton

Jacob Hopper (GWS) to Richmond:

The midfielder has been traded to the Tigers in a swap for Richmond’s future first-round pick and pick No.31 in this draft, with Hopper and late Giants picks (No.53 and 63) going back to the Tigers.

Aaron Francis (Essendon) to Sydney:

The 25-year-old swingman heads to the Swans along with pick No.42, with Sydney’s future fourth-round pick and pick 37 in this year’s NAB AFL Draft heading in the opposite direction.

Sam Wiedeman (Melbourne) to Essendon:

Essendon also get picks 54 and 72 with Pick 37 going to Melbourne

Josh Schache (Bulldogs) to Melbourne:

For a future 4th round pick

Lachie Hunter (Bulldogs) to Melbourne:

For a future third-round selection.

Andrew Dunkley (Bulldogs) to Brisbane:

Brisbane get Dunkley and future 3rd & 4th round picks
Bulldogs get Pick 21 and future 1st, 2nd & 4th round picks

Ollie Henry (Collingwood) to Geelong:
Cooper Stephens (Geelong) to Hawthorn
Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) to Collingwood

Hawthorn gets: Stephens, 41 and 50
Collingwood gets: Mitchell, 25
Geelong gets: Henry

Rory Lobb (Fremantle) to Western Bulldogs:

Fremantle get pick 30 and a future 2nd round pick

Jaegar O’Meara (Hawthorn) to Fremantle:
Lloyd Meek (Fremantle) to Hawthorn:

Hawthorn also get a future 2nd round pick


Nice one @swoodley.

One suggestion if I may, as the list of trades grows it might be easier to read the post if you bolded the trade, or used dot points. Of course, feel free to ignore my unsolicited advice!

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Melbourne competing with GWS to be the 2022 departure club.

If we got a new list manager, then we can get some GWS players. Currently they closed the door because of Dodoro.

Taranto and his camp knows that Dodoro just can’t get the deal done with GWS.

I bet GWS told Hill, if it is Essendon we won’t do the deal. Hence he didn’t follow through again this year in wanting to come to us and chose the racist club.

Or get rid of McCartney.

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Mids please change thread title to ANNOUNCE MEGATRADE

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Fark the Giants

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FREMANTLE pair Griffin Logue and Darcy Tucker will join North Melbourne after a deal was agreed upon for the pair to land at the Roos.

As AFL.com.au reported on Tuesday, the Dockers also picked up a future third-round selection from Carlton in exchange for wingman Blake Acres

COLLINGWOOD has officially signed Brisbane key forward Dan McStay after a long pursuit of the unrestricted free agent.

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FREMANTLE has finally secured young star Luke Jackson from Melbourne in a three-way deal that has also seen fellow Demon Toby Bedford land at the Giants.

Jackson had long been favoured to get to Fremantle, with a swap of later picks also involving Greater Western Sydney getting the deal over the line on Monday.

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WILL Setterfield will join Essendon after Carlton traded the midfielder, and pick 68, for a future fourth-round selection.


Izak Rankine is coming home.

Adelaide has secured the exciting forward in a deal centred around the Crows’ Pick 5 in this year’s AFL draft after negotiations with Gold Coast dragged into the trade period’s second week.

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Mega Trade goes through:

Trade out: Jason Horne-Francis, pick No.1, 2023 third-round pick (tied to Fremantle)
Trade in: Picks No.2, 3, 40, 43, 2023 future first-round pick (tied to Port Adelaide)

Trade out: Picks No.8, 43, 53, 57, 2023 first-round pick, 2023 second-round pick, 2023 third-round pick
Trade in: Jason Horne-Francis, Junior Rioli, 2023 second-round pick (tied to Collingwood), 2023 future third-round pick (tied to Fremantle)

Trade out: Junior Rioli, picks No.2, 40
Trade in: Picks No.8, 12, 2023 second-round pick (tied to Port Adelaide), 2023 third-round pick (tied to Port Adelaide)

Trade out: Picks No.3, 12, 2023 second-round pick (tied to Collingwood)
Trade in: Pick No.1, 53, 57

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