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Wingard named in Australian AFL side to take on Ireland

If Ireland thought they dodged a bullet by avoiding a match-up against Lance Franklin, they better think again.

Franklin (knee), dual Brownlow medallist Gary Ablett (shoulder) and Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury (shoulder) were the notable omissions when Australia named their 24 man squad for the November 22 showdown with Ireland in Perth.

Franklin managed a knee issue for much of the season with the Sydney Swans and didn't want to be risked for the one-off Test.

To be considered for selection in the Australian...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 18:16

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Garlett traded from Blues to Demons

Melbourne have landed their first AFL trade target, with Jeff Garlett signing with the club from Carlton.

The Demons have given Carlton picks 61 and 79 in exchange for Garlett and pick 83 in the national draft.

The small forward kicked 183 goals in 107 games for the Blues and will help the Demons address their much derided attack.

Melbourne football operations boss Josh Mahoney said Garlett would be a valued member of the Demons forward line.

"It was a role that we identified that we wanted to fill during the...

 

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