Who got drafted in 2013 AFL?

Who got drafted in 2013 AFL?

Original top 10 of the 2013 National Draft:

  • Tom Boyd (GWS)
  • Josh Kelly (GWS)
  • Jack Billings (St Kilda)
  • Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs)
  • Kade Kolodjashnij (Gold Coast Suns)
  • Matthew Scharenberg (Collingwood)
  • James Aish (Brisbane Lions)
  • Luke McDonald (North Melbourne)

Who was pick 10 in the 2013 AFL draft?


Trade Player Traded from
10 Pick 24 Pick 59 St Kilda
11 Kurt Aylett Shaun Edwards Greater Western Sydney
12 Heath Shaw Collingwood
13 Stewart Crameri Essendon

When was the last NAB Cup?

2013 NAB Cup – Wikipedia.

What pick was Joel Selwood?

2006 national draft

Round Pick Player
1 5 Travis Boak
1 6 Mitch Thorp
1 7 Joel Selwood

How old is Karl Amon?

26 years (August 19, 1995)
Karl Amon/Age

What pick was Buddy Franklin?

2004 national draft

Round Pick Player
1 5 Lance Franklin
1 6 Tom Williams
1 7 Jordan Lewis
1 8 John Meesen

What pick was Jack Billings?

Billings, the No. 3 pick in the 2013 NAB AFL Draft has played 144 games for the Saints and joined their leadership group last season.

What pick was Patrick Cripps?

Patrick Cripps
Place of birth Perth, Western Australia
Original team(s) East Fremantle (WAFL)
Draft No. 13, 2013 national draft
Debut Round 5, 2014, Carlton vs. Melbourne, at the MCG

What was it before NAB Cup?

From 1995, the competition was known as the Ansett Cup until 2000, when it became the Wizard Home Loans Cup. Since 2006, the competition has been branded the NAB Cup. The Competition remained a knockout format until 2000, when it briefly became a round robin format, before reverting back to knockout in 2003.

Which team has won most AFL premierships?

Essendon and Carlton have won the most VFL/AFL premierships, with a total of 16 each. Of the teams currently competing in the Australian Football League, only Fremantle, Gold Coast and Greater Western Sydney – three of the competition’s four newest clubs – are yet to win a premiership.

How many goals has Tom Hawkins kicked in his career?

He grew up in New South Wales before moving to Victoria to attend Melbourne Grammar School, where his football abilities earned him a spot in the first XVIII in year ten….Tom Hawkins (footballer, born 1988)

Tom Hawkins
Years Club Games (Goals)
2007– Geelong 302 (665)
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 2021.
Career highlights

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