Draft points boost for Bulldogs in four-way trade

The Western Bulldogs have significantly boosted its 2021 NAB AFL Draft hand after a complicated four-club pick swap was finalised today.

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The Western Bulldogs have significantly boosted its 2021 NAB AFL Draft hand after a complicated four-club pick swap was finalised today.

As part of an agreement with Adelaide, St Kilda and Melbourne, the Dogs offloaded selections 17 and 75, gaining picks 23, 44 and 45.

The net result is an extra 499 points which can be utilised by the Club at the National Draft on November 24.

Here is the breakdown of the trade deal:

Western Bulldogs receive:  Picks 23, 44 and 45.
Western Bulldogs gives:  Picks 17 and 75.

Adelaide receives:  Picks 33, 75, future 1st round selection (from Melbourne).
Adelaide gives: Picks 23, 37, 44, 62, 66 and a future 4th round selection.

Melbourne receives: Picks 17, 37 and 49.
Melbourne gives: Picks 33, 45 and a future 1st round selection.

St Kilda receives: Picks 62, 66 and a future 4th round selection (from Adelaide).
St Kilda gives: Pick 49.

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