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Wanderers will play the Cats at Adelaide Oval to kick-off the second half of the season in mid-March and have played every other week since August.


The two-time premiers have already seen three separate퍼스트 카지노 teams join their ranks – Gold Coast and Port Adelaide in 2017 and the Western Bulldogs this year.

They have also drawn the likes of the Eagles, Storm and Roosters and have won four of their five games played out in the south-east.

It was previously reported the Dockers and North Melbourne had joined the club and in the early hours of the morning today a member of their front office was seen walking past Wanderers’ player development office.

If the move is accepted, the GWS Giants and the Roosters would join the Wanderers in playing out크레이지 슬롯 the season in 2017.


With the Hawks and Kangaroos coming into season with two more teams already set, the next move will become apparent around 7.30 a.m. this morning.

It is understood the Hawks and Kangaroos have both given up a spot in their inaugural finals after discussions, with a final result uncertain.

The Kangaroos have named Michael Close with their first team as the coach but with Tom Trbojevic and Ben Brown serving suspensions, there are a number of options.

It is likely the Giants will call up their first-grade player-coach, who is currently training with the club, to replace Close and his role will likely evolve around this weekend.


The first thing that became immediately obvious after the game was the shock of the Roosters going into the clash as the clear favourites.

With just 12 of their 22 players set for the upcoming season remaining, they are likely to hold a strong edge at the top of the ladder, though there are concerns surrounding coach Neil Henry’s team.

Brisbane City will have three premiers up front in Jacob Hagan (forward), Jarrad Grant (back) and Nick Smith (mid-back) while fellow premiers Gold Coast have seven experienced players in Kane Elgey (ruck), Jack Watts (forward), Josh Hill (mid-back) and Ben Brown (back).