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AFLW Trades

2017
Nicola Stevens and Collingwood's 4th round pick in exchange for Carlton's first three picks 5, 13, 21.

Tayla Harris and pick 12 from Western Bulldogs and the Blues traded three of their inaugural players (Bella Ayre and Nat Exon to Brisbane and Bianca Jakobsson to Melbourne. The Western Bulldogs have secured former Melbourne midfielder/forward Deanna Berry for the 2018 AFLW season in a four-way trade with Melbourne,.


2018
Lauren Arnell was traded to the Brisbane Lions for pick 40 in the NAB AFLW National Draft.

Carlton secured Amelia Mullane (nee Amelia Barden) and pick No.14 in a three-way trade with the Collingwood and Melbourne. Maddison Gay departed Ikon Park after one season, with the 21-year-old heading to Melbourne ahead of the third AFLW season. The Blues secured pick Nos. 14 and 21 (from the Victorian draft) from Melbourne for the midfielder, and then on-traded pick No.21 to Collingwood to secure the services of Barden.

Compensation Picks
After losing foundation players Danielle Hardiman and Kate Gillespie-Jones to expansion team North Melbourne, the Club secured pick No. 48 as a compensation selection, which falls at the start of the fifth round. At the conclusion of the Expansion Signing Period, the AFL assessed the impact on the existing teams and adjusted the draft order to maintain competitive balance across the competition. As a result, a number of teams were handed compensation picks.

Brisbane receives pick #40 from Collingwood
Collingwood receives from Brisbane Nicole Hilderbrand
Brisbane receive Lauren Arnell from Carlton
Carlton receives pick #40

Carlton receives from Melbourne picks #21 and #32
Melbourne receives from Carlton Maddison Gay
Carlton receives from Collingwood Amelia Mullane
Collingwood receives from Carlton pick #32

2019
Carlton receives from Collingwood picks #2, #26, #44 and #59
Collingwood receives Brianna Davey and picks #67 and #82.

2020
Jayde Van Dyk and pick #42 was traded to St Kilda for pick #36 (currently No.21 in Victoria region).
Sarah Hosking was traded to Richmond for the 15th overall pick (No.9 in the Victorian region).
Elise O'Dea and Maddy Guerin both traded from Melbourne for pick 15.
Charlotte Hammans was traded from Gold Coast Suns for pick 56.

2021
Jess Dal Pos and picks #10 and #44 was received from GWS Giants for Chloe Dalton and Katie Loynes
Tayla Harris and pick #44 to Melbourne for pick #32
Carlton received pick #26 and #55 from Collingwood who received in exchange picks #29 and #32
Carlton received pick #11 and #57 from Western Bulldogs who received in exchange picks #12 and #27
Jessica Hosking and picks #55 and #57 to Richmond for picks #23 and #40.

2022a
Carlton received pick #28 from St Kilda in exchange for Nicola Stevens.
Carlton received pick #42 from Melbourne in exchange for Charlotte Wilson.
Amelia Velardo and pick #73 was received from Collingwood in exchange for Lauren Brazzalle and picks #38 and #89.
Carlton received pick #25 from Richmond in exchange for Grace Egan.
Carlton received Phoebe McWilliams and pick #17 from Geelong in exchange for picks #21 and #42.
Carlton received pick #49 from Gold Coast Suns for Courtney Jones.
Carlton received pick #18 from Hawthorn for picks #25, #28 & #55.


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Page last modified on Thursday 22 of September, 2022 18:07:22 AEST by Bombasheldon.

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