Every move, every trade: 3AW’s AFL trade tracker for 2018
Here you’ll find every move of the 2018 AFL off-season, thanks to our friends at VicSuper.
Wednesday, October 17
- Geelong have traded fringe defender Jackson Thurlow to the Swans for pick 70 in return.
- Fringe Port Adelaide player Jack Hombsch has jetted north to the Gold Coast Suns, with the future fourth-rounder coming back to the Power
- Steven May is off to the Dees!
- Jesse Hogan has made the move to Fremantle
- Lachie Neale has been traded to Brisbane!
- Chad Wingard seals move to Hawthorn and Ryan Burton goes the other way! The Hawks have given up Burton, pick 15, pick 35 and its fourth-round selection. Port Adelaide get Wingard and a future third-round selection in return.
- The Lions have got themselves involved in a deal that sees Sam Mayes depart – they’ve traded Mayes, pick fivce to Port Adelaide for pick 6, pick 35 and a future third-rounder.
Tuesday, October 16
- Aaron Hall is offically a North Melbourne player, moving from the Suns in exchange for their fourth-round pick, currently pick 68.
- Jack Scrimshaw lands at the Hawks, as well as Gold Coast’s future fourth-round selection. The Suns gain Hawthorn’s future third-rould selection in return.
- The Suns have traded pick 68 (which they acquired from North Melbourne for Aaron Hall) to the Crows and recevied Adelaide’s future fourth-round pick in return.
- George Horlin-Smith has sealed his move to the Gold Coast Suns from Geelong, with the Cats receiving their fourth-round pick, currently 59, in return.
- Tyson Stengle is officially a Crow! The fringe Tigers small forward moves from the 2017 premiers in exchange for pick 68.
- Tom Scully is a Hawk! The Giants receive just a future fourth-round pick in return.
- Taylor Duryea is off the Kennel, with the Bulldogs giving up a future fourth-round pick to Hawthorn in return.
Monday, October 15
- Sam Lloyd has made the move from Richmond to the Western Bulldogs, with the Tigers receiving pick 64 in return.
Friday, October 12
- Will Setterfield and pick 71 have landed at Carlton. The Giants have got pick 43 and a second-round pick next year in return.
- Braydon Preuss and pick 62 have been sent to Melbourne for Dom Tyson. Tyson is now a Roo!
- It’s been a busy morning for the Saints! They’ve sent pick 65 to Melbourne in exchange for Dean Kent.
- Daniel Hannebery has been traded to St Kilda. The Saints have also received pick 28 from Sydney. The Swans have received pick 39 and St Kilda’s second-round pick next year.
Thursday, October 11
- Fremantle has traded pick six and a future third round selection to Port Adelaide for picks 11, 23, 30 and 49.
Wednesday, October 10
- Sydney has confirmed its interest in Tom Langdon.
- Tom Hickey has been traded to West Coast. The Saints have also sent pick 60 and a future fourth-round pick to the Eagles. The Saints have received pick 39 and a future fourth-round pick.
- Mitch McGovern is a Blue. Adelaide has received pick 13, a future fifth-round draft pick from Cartlon and SANFL star Shane McAdam, who the Blues were able to claim the rights to. The Blues also got a future third-round pick from the Crows, with Sydney acting as the deal-maker. The Swans have been given picks 26, 28 and 40 in the deal.
- Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard have joined North Melbourne.
- Geelong has sent pick 61 to Sydney for Gary Rohan. The Swans have passed that pick on to North Melbourne for Ryan Clarke.
Tuesday, October 9
Monday, October 8
- Lincoln McCarthy is off to Brisbane. The Cats have also sent pick 54 and pick 57 to the Lions. In return, the Cats have received picks 42 and 60.
- Tom Lynch is officially a Tiger!
- Richmond has traded Anthony Miles, Corey Ellis and a third round draft pick (2019) to the Gold Coast. The Suns have sent their 2019 third round pick to the Tigers.
Sunday, October 7
Friday, October 5
- The first deal is done! Reece Conca has left Richmond to join Fremantle as a free agent. He’s signed a three-year deal.
- Geelong has lodged paperwork to sign premiership player Luke Dahlhaus from the Western Bulldogs. Dahlhaus is an unrestricted free agent.
- Geelong has confirmed Tim Kelly wants to be traded back to Western Australia.