With Dustin Martin having claimed the Brownlow Medal, and now eyeing premiership glory with Richmond on Saturday in the grand final, we delved into the archives to head back to where it all began. This article was first published in The Age on November 11, 2009. Dustin Martin was born in Castlemaine, and grew up there. He moved to Bendigo at the start of this year and in two-and-a-bit weeks will be drafted from the TAC Cup's Pioneers.
This article was first published in The Age on November 11, 2009Dustin Martin was born in Castlemaine, and grew up there. He moved to Bendigo at the start of this year and in two-and-a-bit weeks will be drafted from the TAC Cup's Pioneers. In time, he may become the best player produced by the AFL's New South Wales scholarship scheme. How can this possibly be so? Let's go back a little bit. Martin has always loved football.
Here is everything you need to know for the AFL Draft with your club-by-club guide to your team's draft needs, hopes and dreams. Part two. For all their targeting of good-to-go opposition players, Hawthorn have been able to keep an eye on their future in the past couple of drafts despite trading down the order. Jono O'Rourke was a No.2 draft pick just two years ago and while he still has plenty to prove, has gone to the perfect club to do it.
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Selecting a term
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