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Beginnings: The West Coast Eagles Football Club is one of the 16 Australian rules football clubs competing in the Australian Football League. The club, based at Subiaco Oval in Perth, Western Australia, was formed in August 1986.

Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 43,027 at Subiaco Oval in round 22, 30 August 2003
  • * Most Games: 276 by Glen Jakovich
  • * Largest Finals Crowd: 97,431 for the 2006 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
6 West Coast 22 16 6 0 2181 1678 130.0 64

Draft bargains: Picks 13 and 21

AFL 2016 Rd 10 - West Coast v Gold Coast

West Coast chose wisely when it selected Shannon Hurn with pick No.13 in the 2005 draft

West Coast will go into tomorrow’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick 21:

West Coast has only had pick No.21 in its arsenal on one occasion before securing it via a trade deal with Gold Coast ahead of tomorrow’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft. On that previous occasion, the Eagles snapped up South Australian Shane Bond during the 1992 national ballot.

Bond debuted for the Eagles in 1994 and played an important role in the club’s second premiership. He pulled on...


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Draft bargains: Picks 13 and 21

AFL 2016 Rd 10 - West Coast v Gold Coast

West Coast chose wisely when it selected Shannon Hurn with pick No.13 in the 2005 draft

West Coast will go into tomorrow’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick 21:

West Coast has only had pick No.21 in its arsenal on one occasion before securing it via a trade deal with Gold Coast ahead of tomorrow’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft. On that previous occasion, the Eagles snapped up South Australian Shane Bond during the 1992 national ballot.

Bond debuted for the Eagles in 1994 and played an important role in the club’s second premiership. He pulled on...


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Late Mail: 2017 Phantom Draft

All eyes will be on Fremantle's No.2 pick at Friday night's NAB AFL Draft, with midfielder Adam Cerra looming as a possible surprise selection.

The Dockers have been strongly linked to Dandenong Stingrays midfielder Luke Davies-Uniacke and he could still land there at the prized spot.

However, Cerra has been all the late rage as the top end takes shape and the Dockers work out their best combination of players with their two top-five selections.

With the Lions expected to take Victorian Cam Rayner at pick No.1, if the Dockers grab Cerra at No.2, Carlton would then be forced to choose between midfield jets Paddy Dow and Davies-Uniacke at No.3. 

The Blues have long been linked to Dow, which would leave North to grab Davies-Uniacke and bolster its midfield.

Despite its interest in South Australian Darcy Fogarty, North Melbourne appears more likely to select one of midfield duo...


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Late Mail: 2017 Phantom Draft

All eyes will be on Fremantle's No.2 pick at Friday night's NAB AFL Draft, with midfielder Adam Cerra looming as a possible surprise selection.

The Dockers have been strongly linked to Dandenong Stingrays midfielder Luke Davies-Uniacke and he could still land there at the prized spot.

However, Cerra has been all the late rage as the top end takes shape and the Dockers work out their best combination of players with their two top-five selections.

With the Lions expected to take Victorian Cam Rayner at pick No.1, if the Dockers grab Cerra at No.2, Carlton would then be forced to choose between midfield jets Paddy Dow and Davies-Uniacke at No.3. 

The Blues have long been linked to Dow, which would leave North to grab Davies-Uniacke and bolster its midfield.

Despite its interest in South Australian Darcy Fogarty, North Melbourne appears more likely to select one of midfield duo...


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Read more: Late Mail: 2017 Phantom Draft

Late Mail: 2017 Phantom Draft

All eyes will be on Fremantle's No.2 pick at Friday night's NAB AFL Draft, with midfielder Adam Cerra looming as a possible surprise selection.

The Dockers have been strongly linked to Dandenong Stingrays midfielder Luke Davies-Uniacke and he could still land there at the prized spot.

However, Cerra has been all the late rage as the top end takes shape and the Dockers work out their best combination of players with their two top-five selections.

With the Lions expected to take Victorian Cam Rayner at pick No.1, if the Dockers grab Cerra at No.2, Carlton would then be forced to choose between midfield jets Paddy Dow and Davies-Uniacke at No.3. 

The Blues have long been linked to Dow, which would leave North to grab Davies-Uniacke and bolster its midfield.

Despite its interest in South Australian Darcy Fogarty, North Melbourne appears more likely to select one of midfield duo...


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2017 AFL Draft: Final order

AFL 2017 Training - West Coast Eagles 201117

West Coast drafted Willie Rioli with pick No.52 at last year's national ballot

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period.

The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Final draft order

ROUND TWO
RICH 20. Richmond (received from Brisbane Lions via pick swap)
WCE 21. West Coast (received from Gold Coast via pick swap)
GEEL 22. Geelong (received from Carlton in 2016)
NMFC 23. North Melbourne
GEEL 24. Geelong (received from Gold Coast as part of Gary Ablett trade, originally received from Fremantle in 2016)
RICH 25. Richmond (received from Brisbane Lions via pick swap, received from Western Bulldogs via Josh Schache trade, received from Essendon via Jake Stringer strade; received from GWS as part via Devon Smith trade, originally received from...

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2017 AFL Draft: Final order

AFL 2017 Training - West Coast Eagles 201117

West Coast drafted Willie Rioli with pick No.52 at last year's national ballot

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period.

The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Final draft order

ROUND TWO
RICH 20. Richmond (received from Brisbane Lions via pick swap)
WCE 21. West Coast (received from Gold Coast via pick swap)
GEEL 22. Geelong (received from Carlton in 2016)
NMFC 23. North Melbourne
GEEL 24. Geelong (received from Gold Coast as part of Gary Ablett trade, originally received from Fremantle in 2016)
RICH 25. Richmond (received from Brisbane Lions via pick swap, received from Western Bulldogs via Josh Schache trade, received from Essendon via Jake Stringer strade; received from GWS as part via Devon Smith trade, originally received from...

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East Perth Black claims inaugural Naitanui Cup

Kids compete for Naitanui Cup This year's Naitanui Cup was held at Leederville Oval, where some of the best young talent from the Naitanui Academy was on display

East Perth Black edged out a spirited Swan Districts outfit to claim the inaugural Naitanui Cup at Leederville Oval last Friday night.

The experienced side reigned supreme in the round robin tournament, which was contested by seven teams made up of Naitanui Academy in-school and after-school program participants.

West Coast Eagles game development manager Adam Selwood said it was fantastic to see a crowd of 150 eager footballers do battle at one of Western Australia’s most iconic WAFL stadiums.

“It was the culmination of our in-school and after-school programs, which is delivered in partnership with the West Australian Football Commission,” Selwood said.

“We had three teams from East Perth, one from the Perth district,...


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East Perth Black claims inaugural Naitanui Cup

Kids compete for Naitanui Cup This year's Naitanui Cup was held at Leederville Oval, where some of the best young talent from the Naitanui Academy was on display

East Perth Black edged out a spirited Swan Districts outfit to claim the inaugural Naitanui Cup at Leederville Oval last Friday night.

The experienced side reigned supreme in the round robin tournament, which was contested by seven teams made up of Naitanui Academy in-school and after-school program participants.

West Coast Eagles game development manager Adam Selwood said it was fantastic to see a crowd of 150 eager footballers do battle at one of Western Australia’s most iconic WAFL stadiums.

“It was the culmination of our in-school and after-school programs, which is delivered in partnership with the West Australian Football Commission,” Selwood said.

“We had three teams from East Perth, one from the Perth district,...


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2017 Draft Guns: Darcy Fogarty

2017 Draft Guns: Darcy Fogarty The hulking South Australian is one of the most intriguing prospects in the draft.

Darcy Fogarty was 15 when he played his first game of senior football for Lucindale, a small town of 400 people about four hours out of Adelaide.

That experience has gone on to serve him well. Earlier this year, the tough and combative forward/midfielder made his SANFL senior debut for Glenelg, and it was one of his best performances of the season.

Fogarty is one of the most interesting players in this year's draft pool. He began the season ranked highly, but could never really get his form going and he struggled throughout the under-18 championships for his state. 

Thrown around in a few positions to try to stir some confidence, eventually his season ended in July after a nagging and on-going knee injury became too much to handle and he underwent surgery. 

It ruled...


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2017 Draft Guns: Darcy Fogarty

2017 Draft Guns: Darcy Fogarty The hulking South Australian is one of the most intriguing prospects in the draft.

Darcy Fogarty was 15 when he played his first game of senior football for Lucindale, a small town of 400 people about four hours out of Adelaide.

That experience has gone on to serve him well. Earlier this year, the tough and combative forward/midfielder made his SANFL senior debut for Glenelg, and it was one of his best performances of the season.

Fogarty is one of the most interesting players in this year's draft pool. He began the season ranked highly, but could never really get his form going and he struggled throughout the under-18 championships for his state. 

Thrown around in a few positions to try to stir some confidence, eventually his season ended in July after a nagging and on-going knee injury became too much to handle and he underwent surgery. 

It ruled...


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Draft bargains: Picks 32 and 26

AFL 2017 Round 10 - West Coast v GWS Giants

West Coast lucked out when it selected Jack Darling with pick No.26 in the 2010 draft

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick 32:

The West Coast Eagles have only had pick No.32 at its disposal once, in 2014 when it selected athletic utility Tom Lamb. The Dandenong Stingrays product played just one game for the club – a 10-disposals, four-mark and one-goal effort against the Western Bulldogs in round one, 2015 – before he was delisted by the Eagles earlier this year.

However, several other clubs have used the...


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Draft bargains: Picks 32 and 26

AFL 2017 Round 10 - West Coast v GWS Giants

West Coast lucked out when it selected Jack Darling with pick No.26 in the 2010 draft

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick 32:

The West Coast Eagles have only had pick No.32 at its disposal once, in 2014 when it selected athletic utility Tom Lamb. The Dandenong Stingrays product played just one game for the club – a 10-disposals, four-mark and one-goal effort against the Western Bulldogs in round one, 2015 – before he was delisted by the Eagles earlier this year.

However, several other clubs have used the...


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Draft steals: Dean Kemp

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1990's AFL - Collingwood v West Coast

Dean Kemp played 243 games for the West Coast Eagles

Dean Kemp: Additional draft selection (1989)

It’s hard to imagine why clubs overlooked Dean Kemp, the classy midfielder from Subiaco, considering his mammoth list of accomplishments at the game’s highest level. Kemp played 243 games across 12 seasons and co-captained the Eagles in 2001.

Kemp had a stunning 1992 campaign in which he earned all-Australian selection, helped the Eagles win their maiden premiership and was crowned Club Champion at season's end.

However, he will long be remembered for his 1994 Grand Final performance, where he tore Geelong to shreds and led West Coast to its second premiership. He subsequently won the Norm Smith Medal to boot.

A member of West Coast's ‘Team of the Decade’ and ‘Team 20’, it is hard to believe Kemp slipped to what was effectively pick 117 in the 1989 draft.

Kemp was awarded AFL Hall of...


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1990's AFL - Collingwood v West Coast

Dean Kemp played 243 games for the West Coast Eagles

Dean Kemp: Additional draft selection (1989)

It’s hard to imagine why clubs overlooked Dean Kemp, the classy midfielder from Subiaco, considering his mammoth list of accomplishments at the game’s highest level. Kemp played 243 games across 12 seasons and co-captained the Eagles in 2001.

Kemp had a stunning 1992 campaign in which he earned all-Australian selection, helped the Eagles win their maiden premiership and was crowned Club Champion at season's end.

However, he will long be remembered for his 1994 Grand Final performance, where he tore Geelong to shreds and led West Coast to its second premiership. He subsequently won the Norm Smith Medal to boot.

A member of West Coast's ‘Team of the Decade’ and ‘Team 20’, it is hard to believe Kemp slipped to what was effectively pick 117 in the 1989 draft.

Kemp was awarded AFL Hall of...


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Draft steals: Dean Kemp

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1990's AFL - Collingwood v West Coast

Dean Kemp played 243 games for the West Coast Eagles

Dean Kemp: Additional draft selection (1989)

It’s hard to imagine why clubs overlooked Dean Kemp, the classy midfielder from Subiaco, considering his mammoth list of accomplishments at the game’s highest level. Kemp played 243 games across 12 seasons and co-captained the Eagles in 2001.

Kemp had a stunning 1992 campaign in which he earned all-Australian selection, helped the Eagles win their maiden premiership and was crowned Club Champion at season's end.

However, he will long be remembered for his 1994 Grand Final performance, where he tore Geelong to shreds and led West Coast to its second premiership. He subsequently won the Norm Smith Medal to boot.

A member of West Coast's ‘Team of the Decade’ and ‘Team 20’, it is hard to believe Kemp slipped to what was effectively pick 117 in the 1989 draft.

Kemp was awarded AFL Hall of...


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Draft bargains: Picks 69 and 37

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AFL 2017 Round 16 - Photographers Choice

West Coast recruited Mark LeCras with pick No.37 at the 2004 AFL Draft

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick No.69:

The West Coast Eagles have used selection 69 on two occasions in the past, securing Gavin Cooney at the 1990 draft and Scott Bennett at the 1998 national ballot. Although those two players combined for just one game in blue and gold – Bennett represented the club against Melbourne at Etihad Stadium in round seven, 2000 – other teams have used the fourth-round pick to secure some talented...


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AFL 2017 Round 16 - Photographers Choice

West Coast recruited Mark LeCras with pick No.37 at the 2004 AFL Draft

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick No.69:

The West Coast Eagles have used selection 69 on two occasions in the past, securing Gavin Cooney at the 1990 draft and Scott Bennett at the 1998 national ballot. Although those two players combined for just one game in blue and gold – Bennett represented the club against Melbourne at Etihad Stadium in round seven, 2000 – other teams have used the fourth-round pick to secure some talented...


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AFL 2017 Round 16 - Photographers Choice

West Coast recruited Mark LeCras with pick No.37 at the 2004 AFL Draft

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick No.69:

The West Coast Eagles have used selection 69 on two occasions in the past, securing Gavin Cooney at the 1990 draft and Scott Bennett at the 1998 national ballot. Although those two players combined for just one game in blue and gold – Bennett represented the club against Melbourne at Etihad Stadium in round seven, 2000 – other teams have used the fourth-round pick to secure some talented...


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Read more: Draft bargains: Picks 69 and 37

Draft bargains: Picks 69 and 37

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AFL 2017 Round 16 - Photographers Choice

West Coast recruited Mark LeCras with pick No.37 at the 2004 AFL Draft

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick No.69:

The West Coast Eagles have used selection 69 on two occasions in the past, securing Gavin Cooney at the 1990 draft and Scott Bennett at the 1998 national ballot. Although those two players combined for just one game in blue and gold – Bennett represented the club against Melbourne at Etihad Stadium in round seven, 2000 – other teams have used the fourth-round pick to secure some talented...


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Read more: Draft bargains: Picks 69 and 37

Draft bargains: Picks 69 and 37

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AFL 2017 Round 16 - Photographers Choice

West Coast recruited Mark LeCras with pick No.37 at the 2004 AFL Draft

West Coast will go into Friday’s 2017 NAB AFL Draft with eight picks up its sleeve courtesy of some crafty work during October’s Trade Period. The Eagles will take picks 13, 21, 26, 32, 37, 69, 87 and 105 into the national ballot.

Let’s take a look at how the club and its rivals have used the aforementioned selections in previous drafts to snap up some of the game’s most revered stars and serviceable athletes.

Pick No.69:

The West Coast Eagles have used selection 69 on two occasions in the past, securing Gavin Cooney at the 1990 draft and Scott Bennett at the 1998 national ballot. Although those two players combined for just one game in blue and gold – Bennett represented the club against Melbourne at Etihad Stadium in round seven, 2000 – other teams have used the fourth-round pick to secure some talented...


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2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable

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2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable The tall midfielder has similar attributes to Carlton's Patrick Cripps.

Charlie Constable didn't play in Vic Metro's first game of the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, instead watching along from home as his side toppled Western Australia in Perth.

But he didn't have to wait much longer to show his wares. The next week Constable came into the team and collected a game-high 31 disposals, plus six marks and six inside-50s, as Metro crunched Vic Country at Punt Road Oval.

It was the start of a productive carnival for Constable, who averaged 26 disposals in three games, pushed forward at times, distributed the ball nicely and won All Australian honours.

Constable was also a key player for the Sandringham Dragons on their passage to the TAC Cup Grand Final, overcoming a groin injury in the finals to return for the premiership decider and gather 21...


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2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable The tall midfielder has similar attributes to Carlton's Patrick Cripps.

Charlie Constable didn't play in Vic Metro's first game of the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, instead watching along from home as his side toppled Western Australia in Perth.

But he didn't have to wait much longer to show his wares. The next week Constable came into the team and collected a game-high 31 disposals, plus six marks and six inside-50s, as Metro crunched Vic Country at Punt Road Oval.

It was the start of a productive carnival for Constable, who averaged 26 disposals in three games, pushed forward at times, distributed the ball nicely and won All Australian honours.

Constable was also a key player for the Sandringham Dragons on their passage to the TAC Cup Grand Final, overcoming a groin injury in the finals to return for the premiership decider and gather 21...


Read full article...


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2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable The tall midfielder has similar attributes to Carlton's Patrick Cripps.

Charlie Constable didn't play in Vic Metro's first game of the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, instead watching along from home as his side toppled Western Australia in Perth.

But he didn't have to wait much longer to show his wares. The next week Constable came into the team and collected a game-high 31 disposals, plus six marks and six inside-50s, as Metro crunched Vic Country at Punt Road Oval.

It was the start of a productive carnival for Constable, who averaged 26 disposals in three games, pushed forward at times, distributed the ball nicely and won All Australian honours.

Constable was also a key player for the Sandringham Dragons on their passage to the TAC Cup Grand Final, overcoming a groin injury in the finals to return for the premiership decider and gather 21...


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Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable

2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable

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2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable The tall midfielder has similar attributes to Carlton's Patrick Cripps.

Charlie Constable didn't play in Vic Metro's first game of the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, instead watching along from home as his side toppled Western Australia in Perth.

But he didn't have to wait much longer to show his wares. The next week Constable came into the team and collected a game-high 31 disposals, plus six marks and six inside-50s, as Metro crunched Vic Country at Punt Road Oval.

It was the start of a productive carnival for Constable, who averaged 26 disposals in three games, pushed forward at times, distributed the ball nicely and won All Australian honours.

Constable was also a key player for the Sandringham Dragons on their passage to the TAC Cup Grand Final, overcoming a groin injury in the finals to return for the premiership decider and gather 21...


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Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Charlie Constable


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