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His ability to play low saw him lay 64 tackles and proved Vardys worth after being traded by Geelong the year before. Harry Cunningham, Tom Papley, Isaac Heeney, Alana Woodward and Kiara Beesley joined Redkite music therapist Matt Ralph at the Royal Children's hospital this week. Report. Defensively, he did his job. The Swans remain one of only two clubs to have scored consecutive team tallies above 200 points, the only other being Geelong in 1992. South Melbourne was one of the original founding clubs of the Victorian Football League that was formed in 1897. A few years ago, when Mark was only nine, he was diagnosed with cancer of the brain and spine. [29] The match took place on 3 October 1896 at the East Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Swans lost all three of those significant matches. Thankfully, his friend Jarryd was there to step in with his own unique brand of commentary. During the off-season, when the ground is configured for cricket, the Swans train on the adjacent Tramway Oval (previously known as Lakeside Oval) also located within the Moore Park precinct. ", Stephen Quartermain's TV call of Leo Barry's match- and title-clinching mark on Network Ten[116], After finishing third during the regular season, the Swans lost the second qualifying final against the West Coast Eagles at Subiaco Oval on 2 September by 10.5 (65) to 10.9 (69). Captain Paul Kelly won the League's highest individual honour, the Brownlow Medal. Not his best outing, going at 60 per cent with his disposals. They got all facets, A push from AFL broadcasters for a regular twilight grand final is expected to gather steam after record-low ratings accompanied a return to the. The Swans won their final 4 games to secure a top 4 finish, against Collingwood, Greater Western Sydney, St Kilda and Gold Coast.[146]. At roughly the same time, Hawthorn legend Dermott Brereton was also recruited, albeit with little on-field impact. The players felt as though they had more to give, and were overcome with disappointment knowing that they had no finals win to show for it, in a season which had otherwise been a massive step in the right direction. [103], 1995 would be Barassi's last year in charge. The club's original guernsey. This included a 30-point win against Geelong in Round 2, which involved Lance Franklin kicking his 1000th career goal, sparking one of the biggest pitch invasions in AFL history. [31], The club had early success and won three VFL premierships in 1909, 1918 and 1933. Paired with red shorts. The Sydney Swans were previously known as South Melbourne until their relocation in 1982. Buddys awakening then stole the show but he still bagged three, taking three marks inside 50. To test the market further, the VFL scheduled 4 matches for the SCG in 1980 with an average attendance of 19,000. Gerard Healy How exactly is Kurt Tippett going to get back in this team? He was ultimately starved of opportunities and finished with three goals and two behinds. I probably I wouldve played a year at East Fremantle, but body-wise I couldnt go another year it is out of the question.. After finishing equal 10th in 2006 to earn half a ranking point, and missing the top 10 in 2007, he had eight top 10 finishes in a row from 2008-15 being 1st, 6th, 4th, 10th, 5th, 1st, 5th and 5th. The venue has been home to Swans home games since the club's relocation to Sydney in 1982. The move was welcomed by Melbourne-based fans. the state in which the player played his under 18 football. It can help us forget our worries. A preliminary final against the Brisbane Lions in 2003 attracted 71,019 people. The Swans then made the finals for four of the next five full years that Rodney Eade was in charge. How? The 2017 All-Australian team included two Swans players in the initial 40-man squad, before naming just Lance Franklin in the final team. Barry Hall, Leo Barry, Jared Crouch, Michael O'Loughlin, Amon Buchanan and Darren Jolly all departed at the conclusion of the season, with Mark Seaby, Daniel Bradshaw and Shane Mumford, among others, joining the club during the trade period. Armed with his cane, which he calls Michael his favourite film is the Italian Job he goes to the stadium and normally listens to streamed radio commentary that complements the roar of the crowd. Gave up plenty of size to Daniher in quite a few contests but did alright, considering. 2017 should be a year for McGovern to continue to grow as a footballer. Was barely sighted in the first term and not much changed from then on. On this basis the best Swans player of the past 20 years is Brett Kirk. Interestingly, OKeefe was the only player to finish top 10 in the club championship in each of the premiership years of 2005 and 2012. Paul Roos Shuey has impeccable vision and a great ability to break the lines and tackle ferociously. Peter Burns This article is from Behind the Lines Follow Jonathan Drennan on Twitter, How do retired athletes find work? The 1999 season was a largely uneventful year for the club, the only real highlight being Tony Lockett kicking his record-breaking 1300th goal against Collingwood in Round 10. Former Sydney midfielder Brandon Jack is one of those, as hell play for NEAFL club Sydney Univeristy alongside Craig Bird and Shaun Edwards. Originally known as the "Bloods" in reference to the red colour used on players' guernseys, the Swan emblem was adopted in 1933 after a journalist at the time referred to them using the moniker following a large influx of Western Australian players. [178][179][180] The oval is located less than one hundred metres from the SCG and since undergoing a redevelopment in 2018/19, has the same dimensions as the Docklands Stadium in Melbourne. The team played as Leopold until 1924, then changed its name to the South Melbourne Second Eighteen in 1925. High-profile forward Chloe Molloy has become the first player to switch clubs during the AFLW priority sign and trade period, leaving Collingwood to join Sydney. Michael O'Loughlin [181], In October 2018 the club announced it would shift all offices and indoor training facilities to Moore Park's Royal Hall of Industries sometime in the early-to-mid 2020s, after announcing a $55 million deal with the New South Wales Government to redevelop the Hall. In 1979 the financially struggling Fitzroy Lions conducted a feasibility into the possibility of moving to North Sydney and a proposal was put forward, but was voted down by its board in 1980. [75] The likes of Gerard Healy, Merv Neagle and Paul Morwood were also poached from other clubs, and failed approaches were made to Simon Madden, Terry Daniher, Andrew Bews and Maurice Rioli. Baguley had a reasonable game as a small defender. A red and white guernsey, with a vertical "bar" design. Rounding out the top 10 players of the 1997-2016 era under this system are Daryn Cresswell (ranking score 63), Kieren Jack (62), Barry Hall (51), Michael OLoughlin (45) and Dan Hannebery (41). Sport can be banal at times, filled with salary negotiations and histrionics that appear laughable in a challenging world. Forty-one other players have finished in the top 10 in the Sydney Swans Club Champion during this era. [144], The Swans started the 2015 AFL season well, winning their first three, before losing their next two games against Fremantle, where they trailed by as many as 8 goals before half-time, and the Western Bulldogs. Ever since retiring midway through last season due to mental health issues, Downie has been working with troubled kids at his local Police-Citizens Youth Clubs. No longer a game breaker, Goddard relies on his teammates to feed him the ball and space to move. In the first preliminary final the Swans had a convincing win against North Melbourne, which led them to their fourth grand final in 10 years. He used his agility and strength to burst out of packs and dominate not only in the centre, but in front of goal too. In 2017, Aliir should look to become a consistent reliable attacking defender. Watch Sydney's press conference after their practice match against Carlton, The Swans and Blues clash at Blacktown International Sportspark, Braeden Campbell winds up to nail a cracker from the centre square, Lance Franklin dribbles through a classic running snap. New rules enable AFLW draft hopefuls to nominate for national pool. Hardly went near it. A good, confident, run and carry player with great vision puts Smith up there with the best players at the club. It robbed the young boy of many things: his sight, part of his hearing and his ability to play the sports he loves. In the 2017 pre-season I picked three players per club to preview for the upcoming season now Im looking back at how they did, and grading their performance. We attempt to answer the almost impossible question ahead of tonight's Club Champion Dinner. The report however was criticised by the ACTAFL as a template for the NSW Rugby League to raid the prime Canberra market,[53] which it did successfully, the following year. [38], Following the end of the second world war, South Melbourne consistently struggled, as their traditional inner-city recruiting district largely emptied as a result of demographic shifts. You are advised to change this password after using it to sign in again. [139], The Swans' 2013 season was marred by long-term injuries to many of its key players, namely Adam Goodes, Sam Reid, Lewis Jetta, Rhyce Shaw and Lewis Roberts-Thomson, among others; despite this setback, the team were still able to reach the finals for the fifteenth time in 18 seasons, reaching the preliminary finals where they were defeated by Fremantle at Patersons Stadium, its first loss at the venue since 2009. Bernard Toohey Six rounds into the 2005 season, Stuart Maxfield ended his playing career due to chronic injury. [164]. Ambrose is not the first defender to be beaten by Buddy and he wont be the last. The old stadium was packed with fans dressed in red and white. Hard to find fault with any of Sydneys defenders today. The club song is known as Cheer, Cheer The Red and The White' and is to the tune of the Victory March, the fight song of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in South Bend, Indiana, USA, which was written by University of Notre Dame graduates and brothers Rev. For the best odds on the game sign up with Aussie bookmaker PlayUp. Three-time club champions Josh Kennedy or Adam Goodes? Some of their best wins include against the reigning premiers the Bulldogs, GWS, and comeback wins against Richmond and Essendon. Jack Bisset The team's reserve side also participated in the 2017 NEAFL season. This premiership drought ended with the 2005 premiership, which was later followed by another title in 2012. SYDNEY showed why many have picked them to win the flag despite not making the top four in a dominant Elimination Final win over Essendon at the SCG. (74) to 21.11.(137). What I said:Early in 2016Jake Stringerwas being compared to some of the great forwards of the game, however dropped off as the season continued and struggled to maintain his consistency eventually being dropped eventually returning to play his part in the Grand Final win. During the first five years at the ground average crowds were high, but issues with the surface as well as fan and player disengagement resulted in the club ending its association with the venue. Plenty of other former AFL cult heroes have found new local homes. Andrew Dunkley [117][118], The Swans faced the Eagles in a rematch in the AFL Grand Final on 24 September 2005, and this time, they prevailed by four points, final score 8.10 (58) to West Coast's 7.12 (54). The 24-year-old won the AFLW Rising Star award, a club best-and-fairest and two All-Australian jumpers during a successful stint with the Magpies. The best in the midfield. After a very promising 2016, the football world belongs to him. [25] The colourful epithet the "Bloodstained Angels" was also in use. After a few days of searching for the boys with the help of the Australian media, the Swans found them and invited them to training. The facility provides indoor training facilities and administration for the Swans AFL, VFL and AFLW teams. See More by this Creator. Why Are Leprechauns Associated with Saint Patricks Day? Warwick Capper The loss signalled the end of the Swans coaching career of Paul Roos as well as that of the playing career of Brett Kirk. [58] The new board, whilst representative of most fans, lacked the support of the players, many of whom were in favour of a long-term move to Sydney; in early November, after the board promised that it would try to bring the club back to Melbourne in 1983, the players went on strike, seeking to force the new board to commit to Sydney in the long term as well as seeking payments that the cash-strapped club owed them from the previous season. How he really performed:Young Heeney worked hard in 2017, averaging 20.6 disposals, four more than his 2016 average. [145] The following week was no better with a road trip to Perth and another loss, this time to the Eagles by 52 points, the scoreline ultimately flattering the Swans. [128], The rivalry between the Sydney Swans and West Coast Eagles has become one of the great modern rivalries. [152] During the 2015 season, with the Swans team stretched by aging players and injuries, it had become apparent that the trade restrictions that had prevented the Swans from participating in the 2014 draft, had impacted the list. In 2022, the Swans backed up their meteoric rise up the ladder with another promising start, winning five of their first six matches. Can Sydney bounce back from grand final defeat, or is this all they've got? The defender had 25 disposals and provided run from halfback all afternoon. The 16th-place finish was also the lowest in club history. 19 touches and six tackles for the youngster. He showed his amazing intercept marking and ability to read the game while playing shut down roles on key opposition forwards. Unfortunately for former Suns ruckman Daniel Currie, hes been forced to retire from football completely due to a foot injury. [73][74], On 31 July 1985, for what was thought to be $6.3million, Geoffrey Edelsten "bought" the Swans; in reality it was $2.9million in cash with funding and other payments spread over five years. He is a delegate with the AFL Players Association to provide a link between the AFLPA . Will he go for it? Hafey, in turn, used his knowledge of Geelong's contracts to recruit David Bolton, Bernard Toohey and Greg Williams, who would all form a key part of the Sydney side, at a league-determined total fee of $240,000 (less than the $500,000 Geelong demanded and even the $300,000 Sydney offered). [55], With the possibility of another club making Sydney a viable move, in 1981, the South Melbourne board, recognising the structural difficulties it faced with long-term viability and financial stability in Melbourne, decided not to miss what it saw as a strategic opportunity to capture an untapped market and save its club. Under the PSP rules, Sydney is able to sign a maximum of four further players . Hes going for it. Bill Gunn [162], They won their first match of the interrupted 2020 season against Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval by three points, but won only four more games for the season, missing the finals in consecutive seasons for the first time since 199495. 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He lead from the front when the Swans needed him most, therefore cementing his spot in the team. This was the first time in a finals series that former Hawk player Lance Franklin would play against his former team, one of very few players to have played back to back grand finals for two different teams. Len Mortimer, Leo Barry Tickets are free for the . Went at almost perfect efficiency with his 13 touches. Barry Mitchell Copped a cork to the right thigh midway through the first quarter and looked ginger after going off for treatment. The match was notable for Leo Barry's effort in nullifying the impact of St Kilda full-forward and eventual Coleman Medallist Fraser Gehrig, whom Barry restricted to only two possessions for the entire match. MORE INFO. Sydney Swans squad. Each round during the season a different eligible player is nominated for the annual award of AFL Rising Star, with a panel of experts voting on the nominated players at the end of the year. Its also understood Murphy could have a role at AFL club land too. In the first preliminary final at the MCG on 16 September against St Kilda, the Swans used a seven-goal blitz in 11 minutes of the fourth quarter to overturn an 8-point deficit and overrun the Saints by 15.6 (96) to 9.11 (65). I barely looked at Buddy as I was focusing on Jarryd and Mark behind me. Far from Essendons worst. In 2000, the Swans reserves team known as the Redbacks joined the Sydney AFL competition, but was so dominant in the lower competition that it withdrew prior to the finals series because the club felt the difference in standard was too greatly in favour of the Swans. . Ahead of the 2023 AFL season I wanted to look at which players could crack into the top 10 of, The countdown to Round 1, 2023 has officially begun - so throughout January, I'll be looking at all 18 AFL clubs and doing my, Inaugural Sydney Swans captain and 1981 Brownlow medallist Barry Round has died at the age of 72. Midfielder Kieren Jack crouched down and told Mark and Jarryd that they had inspired all of the players and they were going to a key part of the game. Until 1991, the back of the jumper was white with the yoke only extending to the back of the shoulders and each side of the jumper had a red vertical stripe. Earned the Swans first goal by catching Heppell holding the ball. Former Essendon captain Jobe Watson, who endured arguably the hardest five-year period of any AFL footballer this decade, is happy to step away from the game completely. How he really performed:In his return to senior football in Round 9 against the Cats, Dickson laid a season-high seven tackles. Comments. One of the great feel-good stories is former Giants ruckman Tom Downie, whos making a concerted effort to make a difference in his local community. The story was pretty much the same in the preliminary final against the Geelong Cats at the MCG. He was 9th in the first flag and 3rd in the second flag. He finished goalless with half-a-dozen marksbut had limited opportunities to assert his presence on the contest. Attendances and memberships in Sydney grew dramatically during the Lockett era, helped out by the Super League War plaguing Rugby League. Craig Bolton Dennis Armfield, Jarrad Grant and Brandon Jack. [156][157], The Swans started off the 2016 season with a convincing 80-point round 1 win against Collingwood, with new Swans recruit Michael Talia suffering a long-term foot injury. Graham Teasdale Bookmark Quiz Bookmark Quiz Bookmark. Used on numerous occasion for heritage purposes, such as for Heritage Rounds between 2004 and 2007. Aylett's view was that Sydney offered a much bigger television audience and the most potential to add to the league's lucrative television rights. Picture: Flloyd Ferris. [72] The Swans were the league's most reliant on sponsorship and subsidies from the VFL to stay solvent and meet player payments due to its continued poor crowds, public apathy and poor TV ratings. One of them, between the previous year's grand finalists North Melbourne and Hawthorn drew a record 31,395 to the gates. The Swans has fielded its reserves team in the Victorian Football League from 2021. LIVE stream every game of the first week of the 2017 Toyota AFL Finals Series on FOX SPORTS. It was also the first time that the Giants would make the finals in their fifth year. Molloy, whose move was confirmed on Wednesday, has signed with the Swans ahead of their second season in the women's competition. In 1981 the VFL had decided that it would establish an entirely new 13th VFL club in Sydney along with a possible 14th team. Two weeks ago, as normal, I took my seat at Sydney Cricket Ground with my fiance to watch the Swans in their last regular game of the season. Gleeson was one of Essendons better players. View Reports-/5-RATE QUIZ. "The way I was evolving as a player and as a person, it led me to Sydney, and I was really drawn to the Swans. Both games were at the SCG. The club has a rivalry with the Greater Western Sydney Giants, with whom they contest the Sydney Derby. Statistics are correct as of end of 2016 season. One of those new coaches is Dennis Armfield, who is remaining at Carlton to work with the clubs AFLW team, while hes also had experience working with the AFL Womens AFL Academy. [137], The 2012 season began for the Swans with the inaugural Sydney Derby against AFL newcomers Greater Western Sydney. CHLOE MOLLOY. [153] In response to continued discussions between the club and league, as well as lobbying by the AFLPA,[154] the league further relaxed the trade restrictions for the Swans during the 2015 AFL Finals. Instead of a 100-goal-a-season forward, Sydney's goalkicking was led by Bernard Toohey (usually a defender) with 29 in 1989, then Jim West with 34 in 1990. For the first time in 72 years, the Swans are the champions of the AFL! How he really performed:Nathan Vardy rediscovered himself as a first ruckman, who was versatile up forward too. But he hasnt ruled out a return to footy in some capacity yet. May 1874, Branagan, Mark and Lefebvre, Mike, Bloodstained Angels, The Rise & Fall of the Foreign Legion, 1995, self-published, Melbourne, Australia. Sydney loves its winners and no one embodies that strength more than Lance Buddy Franklin, a towering colossus of a full forward who is considered one of the current greats in Aussie Rules. But what if we analyse on a weighted basis the top 10 place-getters in the Bob Skilton Medal each year from 1997-2016? How he really performed: McGovern took on 2017 with confidence, averaging 16.7 disposals, an improvement from 2016. Len Thomas In April 1980, the VFL stated that its market study showed there was sufficient support for a Sydney team, finding that there was an increase in television ratings in Sydney and sustained attendance at matches and that it intended to have a team in Sydney, possibly as soon as 1982. Sydney Swans players Harry Cunningham, Isaac Heeney, Tom Papley, Alana Woodward and Kiara Beesley visited the Royal Children's Hospital in Randwick as part of Music Therapy Week and the club's . Recruited to Sydney with pick 15 in the 2007 Rookie Draft, Nick is passionate about equality and has taken part in the Mardi Gras as part of a campaign to tackle homophobia in sport. 27 Feb 23. After a mid-year slump, in which the Swans lost winnable games against Gold Coast, Port Adelaide and Essendon, they finished the home-and-away season with seven wins in a row, securing a top-4 berth for the first time since 2016. [124][125], As reigning premiers, the Sydney Swans started the 2006 season slowly, losing three of their first four games, including in round one to an Essendon side that would finish near the bottom of the ladder with only three wins and a draw, and finish with the worst defensive record of any side for the season (Sydney, conversely, had the best defensive record of any side). Like many of his teammates, Colyers outside running style meant he had a minimal influence on the contest. On 6 May 1988 the VFL paid Powerplay just $10 to transfer ownership of the club in an attempt to keep it afloat until a buyer could be found. Cookies will be used for the identification of users if the "Remember me on this computer" option is checked. Doubled his career high with four contested marks as he helped Sydney dominate the contest. I see it, but I don't believe it! Sydney announced its team of the century on 8 August 2003: Peter Bedford Swans coach Paul Roos maintained that playing contested football was the style used by all recent Premiership-winning teams, and felt that it was ironic that the much criticised strategy proved ultimately successful.[113][114]. The remainder of his season (minus AFL game in Round 20) was played out in the VFL. The following summarises all player changes between the conclusion of the 2015 season and the beginning of the 2016 season. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for AFL Sydney Swans Member Luggage Bag Tag - Football Red Free Post at the best online prices at eBay! (Siren in background)The longest Premiership drought in football history is over! At the end of the game, I turned to Jarryds father and told him I had enjoyed his sons commentary very much and that he should be very proud of his boy. Had 29 touches midway through the fourth quarter when the next best was around 20. [41][42], The VFL had been actively seeking an audience in Sydney since its first exhibition match in 1903 drew 20,000 people. Forty-one other players have finished in the top 10 in the Sydney Swans Club Champion during this era. Barry Round, Mark Bayes [195], Legend: Harry Clarke The players stood in a semi-circle before them and clapped loudly when they heard about their friendship. [100] With draft and salary cap concessions in the early 1990s and a series of notable recruits, the team became competitive after the early part of the decade.[102]. Nick Davis! William Thomas Ranked 11th to 20th were Wayne Schwass (38), Jude Bolton and Craig Bolton (36), Paul Kelly (35), Leo Barry (33.5), Paul Williams, Heath Grundy and Luke Parker (33), Ben Mathews (30.5) and Jared Crouch (28). "I'm eternally grateful for Collingwood and how they turned me into a person that I'm proud to be.". Had four disposals and two tackles in the first four minutes and continued to work relentlessly in the clinches but struggled on the outside with his ball use. It was obvious to most that the Swans were struggling financially, though the owners Powerplay International Ltd were not selling. In the following year, the club was renamed the Sydney Swans. For coaches: (s) denotes senior coach, (cs) denotes caretaker senior coach, (a) denotes assistant coach, (d) denotes development coach. Six losses on the trot ended any chance of a tenth consecutive finals appearance, but strong wins over also-rans Melbourne and St Kilda in the final two rounds ensured the season ended on a positive note. [149][150] It was, however, announced in March 2014 that this allowance would be scrapped. The rivalry was highlighted by Sydney's four-point win against West Coast in the 2005 Grand Final, and West Coast's one-point win against Sydney in the 2006 Grand Final. Linked with Port Adelaide as its new academy coach, Angus Monfries (Retired) Footscray (VFL), Matthew White (Delisted) TBC, also working as a landscaper, Jesse Palmer (Delisted) Northern Blues (VFL), Brett Eddy (Delisted) Vermont (Eastern FL), Ivan Maric (Retired) Ruck coach and player development at Richmond (AFL), Chris Yarran (Retired) Swan Districts (WAFL), Steven Morris (Delisted) Richmond (VFL), Taylor Hunt (Delisted) Collegians (VAFA), Ben Lennon (Delisted) Wants to become an NFL punter, Jake Batchelor (Delisted) Playing-assistant coach at Frankston (VFL), Sean Dempster (Retired) Strength and conditioning at Hawthorn (AFL), Leigh Montagna (Retired) Likely to land a role in the footy media (TBC), Nick Riewoldt (Retired) Media (Fox Footy), Nick Coughlan (Delisted) Werribee (VFL), Jason Holmes (Delisted) Old Xaverians (VAFA), Joe Baker-Thomas (Delisted) NZ scholarship player staying in Australia to play country or local football, Shaun Edwards (Retired) Sydney University (NEAFL), Brandon Jack (Delisted) Sydney University (NEAFL), Tyrone Leonardis (Delisted) Set to play local footy in Melbourne, Michael Talia (Delisted) Norwood (SANFL), Jeremy Laidler (retired) Development coach at Sydney Swans (AFL), Sam Fisher (Delisted) Northern Blues (VFL), Paddy Brophy (Retired) Returned to Ireland to play Gaelic Football for Kildare, Sam Butler (Retired) TBC but has dabbled in the footy media, Sam Mitchell (Retired) Assistant coach at West Coast Eagles (AFL), Drew Petrie (Retired) Next generation academy senior coach at West Coast Eagles (AFL) and coaching role with AFL Academy, Matt Priddis (Retired) Working in finance broking with In Front Australian Business Solutions, Jonathan Giles (Retired) Part-time ruck coach at West Coast (AFL), Simon Tunbridge (Delisted) Circled by Perth (WAFL), Sharrod Wellingham (Delisted) East Perth (WAFL), Josh Hill (Delisted) Northern Blues (VFL), Tom Gorter (Delisted) East Perth (WAFL), Jordan Snadden (Delisted) East Fremantle (WAFL), Matthew Boyd (Retired) Development coach at Collingwood (AFL), Robert Murphy (Retired) Likely to land multiple roles in the footy media, plus a potential job at an AFL club, Josh Prudden (Delisted) Footscray (VFL), Declan Hamilton (Delisted) Norwood (SANFL), Tristan Tweedie (Delisted) Box Hill Hawks (VFL), Travis Cloke (Retired) Has trained with his older brother Cameron at Hurstbridge (Northern FL), *Odds are current as of 5th March 2023, 3:32am AEST. South was one of Victoria's most prolific touring clubs. The Premiership was the Swans' first in 72 years and their first since being based in Sydney.

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