AFL trade period 2021 LIVE updates Day 5: Clubs look to draft positions while Dawson talks stall over Swans demands

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Done deals

Deals completed so far in trade period 2021. If more deals are completed and confirmed today we will add them to the list.

1. Essendon signed unrestricted free agent Jake Kelly (Adelaide Crows) on Friday, October 1.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Adelaide Crows the club would be eligible for a round three compensation selection, which would be number 44 on the current provisional draft selection order.

Adam Cerra is now in Carlton colours.Credit:Jacqueline Guldon

2. The Gold Coast Suns signed unrestricted free agent Mabior Chol (Richmond) on Friday, October 1.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised Richmond the club would be eligible for an end of round two compensation selection, which would be number 38 on the current provisional draft selection order.

3. Carlton made an offer to restricted free agent George Hewett (Sydney) on Friday, October 1. The Sydney Swans elected not to match the offer the following day and Hewett is able to join Carlton immediately.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Sydney Swans the club would be eligible for an end of round two compensation selection, which would be number 39 on the current provisional draft selection order.

4. Collingwood trade their future round two selection, future round three selection and future round four selection to the Gold Coast Suns for their round two (22), round three (46), round three (58), round five (79) and future round four selection.

5. Collingwood trade their round three selection (41) to Geelong for Nathan Kreuger and their round three selection (55).

6. Port Adelaide trade their future third-round pick to the Giants for Jeremy Finlayson.

7. Melbourne signed unrestricted free agent Luke Dunstan (St Kilda) on Wednesday October 6.

8. In a four-way trade, Melbourne trade their round three selection (45) to the Western Bulldogs for their first-round pick (17),

St Kilda trade their round three selection (49) to Melbourne.

The Adelaide Crows trade their round two selection (37) to Melbourne for a second-round pick (33) and a future first-rounder.

The Adelaide Crows trade their round four selections (62, 66) and a future round four selection to St Kilda.

The Adelaide Crows trade their round two selection (23) and round three selection (44) to the Western Bulldogs for a fourth-round pick (75).

9. Collingwood trade their round two selection (22) to Fremantle for their round two selection (27) and a future third-round pick.

10. Fremantle trade a future second-round pick and future fourth-round pick to Gold Coast for Will Brodie, a second-round pick (19) and two picks from round four (61, 69).

11. Fremantle trade Adam Cerra to Carlton for pick six and a future third-round pick.

12. Tim O’Brien (Hawthorn) joins the Western Bulldogs as an unrestricted free agent.

13. In a three-way trade, the Western Bulldogs traded Lewis Young to Carlton.

Carlton traded Sam Petrevski-Seton to the West Coast Eagles.

The West Coast Eagles traded their round three selection (52) to the Western Bulldogs.

Determining Jordan Dawson’s trade worth is not going to be easy

If the 22-year-old Adam Cerra and the 24-year-old Jordan Dawson stood against a wall and allowed list managers to take their pick right now, most would need time to consider their decision.

Both have a third placing in a club best and fairest next to their name (Dawson’s in a top eight team this year) and Cerra has played 12 more games than the former Swan, who had a breakout year this season.

The Crows’ first offer for Jordan Dawson was rejected by the Swans.Credit:Getty Images

Cerra has a four-year deal at the Blues, having attracted interest from Melbourne, and Dawson will join the Crows on a four-year deal – trade pending – after Adelaide won the race for his services over Port Adelaide.

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Done deals

Deals completed so far in trade period 2021. If more deals are completed and confirmed today we will add them to the list.

1. Essendon signed unrestricted free agent Jake Kelly (Adelaide Crows) on Friday, October 1.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Adelaide Crows the club would be eligible for a round three compensation selection, which would be number 44 on the current provisional draft selection order.

Adam Cerra is now in Carlton colours.Credit:Jacqueline Guldon

2. The Gold Coast Suns signed unrestricted free agent Mabior Chol (Richmond) on Friday, October 1.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised Richmond the club would be eligible for an end of round two compensation selection, which would be number 38 on the current provisional draft selection order.

3. Carlton made an offer to restricted free agent George Hewett (Sydney) on Friday, October 1. The Sydney Swans elected not to match the offer the following day and Hewett is able to join Carlton immediately.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Sydney Swans the club would be eligible for an end of round two compensation selection, which would be number 39 on the current provisional draft selection order.

4. Collingwood trade their future round two selection, future round three selection and future round four selection to the Gold Coast Suns for their round two (22), round three (46), round three (58), round five (79) and future round four selection.

5. Collingwood trade their round three selection (41) to Geelong for Nathan Kreuger and their round three selection (55).

6. Port Adelaide trade their future third-round pick to the Giants for Jeremy Finlayson.

7. Melbourne signed unrestricted free agent Luke Dunstan (St Kilda) on Wednesday October 6.

8. In a four-way trade, Melbourne trade their round three selection (45) to the Western Bulldogs for their first-round pick (17),

St Kilda trade their round three selection (49) to Melbourne.

The Adelaide Crows trade their round two selection (37) to Melbourne for a second-round pick (33) and a future first-rounder.

The Adelaide Crows trade their round four selections (62, 66) and a future round four selection to St Kilda.

The Adelaide Crows trade their round two selection (23) and round three selection (44) to the Western Bulldogs for a fourth-round pick (75).

9. Collingwood trade their round two selection (22) to Fremantle for their round two selection (27) and a future third-round pick.

10. Fremantle trade a future second-round pick and future fourth-round pick to Gold Coast for Will Brodie, a second-round pick (19) and two picks from round four (61, 69).

11. Fremantle trade Adam Cerra to Carlton for pick six and a future third-round pick.

12. Tim O’Brien (Hawthorn) joins the Western Bulldogs as an unrestricted free agent.

13. In a three-way trade, the Western Bulldogs traded Lewis Young to Carlton.

Carlton traded Sam Petrevski-Seton to the West Coast Eagles.

The West Coast Eagles traded their round three selection (52) to the Western Bulldogs.

Good morning

G’day everyone and welcome to day five of AFL trade period. I’m Roy Ward and I’ll be running today’s live blog as teams prepare their final gambits ahead of next Wednesday’s conclusion.

A number of the expected deals were completed on Thursday led by Adam Cerra’s move to Carlton and Will Brodie’s move to Fremantle which a number of picks swaps were completed which will shape both this year’s draft and next year’s draft.

Now the focus will turn to whether Sydney can make a deal to send rising star Jordan Dawson home to South Australia, that deal looks uncertain at present but there is still time to go.

Please feel free to leave a comment on the blog and enjoy the day to come.

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