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The 2021 AFL Draft has been run and done over two nights, with 65 prospects taken by AFL clubs. Full analysis of each club here.
Welcome to The Inner Sanctum’s coverage of the 2021 AFL Draft, live from Marvel Stadium.
The Inner Sanctum’s AFL Phantom Draft for 2021 looks ahead to the second night of the draft, with picks from 21 onwards set to be selected.
There has already been one mature-ager taken in the 2021 AFL Draft in Leek Aleer – who will be selected on night two?
Always active and capable of a surprise, Sydney enters the 2021 AFL Draft with a nice hand and another academy product.
With under two weeks until the 2021 AFL Draft, these are the top 50 prospects around the country.
Mac Andrew only needed six NAB League games to turn the head of every AFL recruiter in the country. He reflected on his rise from relative unknown to top-five talent.
How does Sydney plan to attack the draft? Executive GM Charlie Gardiner spoke about its plans following the end of the trade period.
With the Trade and Free Agency periods over and AFL lists taking shape, how is your club’s best lineup looking right now for season 2022?
The trade and free agency period has come to its conclusion with 19 players finding new homes over the last fortnight. The Inner Sanctum takes a look at how your club has fared.
The Sydney Swans finally get their man in Peter Ladhams after securing him with a first round pick swap as well as a future third round draft selection in the 2021 AFL trade period.
How does Jordan Dawson shift the magnets at Adelaide? After a breakout season, he will likely be a walk-up start in its best 22. The question is: where?
As always, trade rumours are spreading like wildfire as the trading period approaches. These are the players your club should be targeting for its 2022 campaign.
After being given his marching orders by the Saints, which club will free agent Luke Dunstan call home in 2022?
In 2012, Sydney Swans ruckman Mike Pyke became the first Canadian to win an AFL premiership, after a breakout game in the grand final.
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