Hawks to rest key midfielders

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Hawthorn star Lance Franklin will open his NAB Cup campaign on Saturday. Picture: Mark Dadswell Source: Herald Sun

The Demons parted with pick No.3 for new 17-year-old priority selection, Jesse Hogan, who is not eligible to play AFL until 2014. Picture: Blair Hamish Source: Herald Sun

HAWTHORN will open its NAB Cup campaign without midfielders Sam Mitchell, Brad Sewell, Shaun Burgoyne and enforcer Jordan Lewis.

But the Hawks have left nothing to chance naming an imposing forward contingent including superstar Lance Franklin, Cyril Rioli, Jarryd Roughead, Jack Gunston, Luke Breust, Shane Savage and Paul Puopolo.

Recruit Brian Lake will also step out for the first time in brown and gold when the Hawks take on Brisbane and Gold Coast on Saturday at Metricon Stadium.

Youngsters Derick Wanganeen, Taylor Duryea, Angus Litherland, Sam Grimley and Luke Lowden will be given a chance to impress Hawks coach Alastair Clarkson during the triangular series.

Marc Murphy (above), Andrew Carrazzo and Kade Simpson are officially in contention to replace Chris Judd as leader at Carlton, but it has effectively become a two-horse race between Carrazzo and Murphy. Picture: Wayne Ludbey Source: Herald Sun

CARLTON has named cancer survivor Sam Rowe on its extended list for Sunday's NAB Cup matches against Sydney and Greater Western Sydney.

Rowe sat out the 2012 campaign after being diagnosed with testicular cancer. The key forward underwent chemotherapy on the way to beating the grade one (the lowest grade) cancer.


The Blues boast a strong line up including captaincy hopefuls Andrew Carrazzo, Marc Murphy, Kade Simpson and Nick Duigan, who will lead the team against Sydney on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Murphy will captain the side against Greater Western Sydney.

Carlton stars Chris Judd and Matthew Kreuzer have been rested.

Gary Ablett says Jaeger O'Meara, right, could be the next captain of the Gold Coast Suns. Picture: Glenn Hampson Source: Gold Coast Bulletin

GOLD Coast captain Gary Ablett looks set to open his NAB Cup campaign against Hawthorn and Brisbane on Saturday.

Recruits Tom Murphy and Greg Broughton will also be making their debuts for the Suns alongside elite youngsters Jaeger O'Meara, Jesse Lonergan and Jack Martin.

BRISBANE will unleash highly-rated youngster Sam Docherty in a Lions' outfit missing co-captain Jonathan Brown.

A rebounding defender with a booming right foot, Docherty is expected to push for senior selection in 2013.

Lions recruits Brent Moloney and Stef Martin have also been named in the extended 33-man squad.

Jarrad McVeigh and Jude Bolton with the 2012 AFL premiership cup Picture: Phil Hillyard Source: The Daily Telegraph

SYDNEY has named four draftees in a line up which includes two sets of brothers and a string of premiership stars.

Swans first round selection Dean Towers (overall pick No.22) and powerful mid-sized forward Tim Membrey are expected to make their debuts.

The Bloods squad includes brothers, Kieren and Brandon Jack, and, Ted and Xavier Richards.

Sydney is expected to play a number of premiership players including co-captain Jarrad McVeigh, Dan Hannebery, Ryan O'Keefe and Jude Bolton.

Rated father-son prospect Tom Mitchell will also be given a chance to impress after a mixed 2012 campaign in the reserves.

Mitchell, who collected 42 disposals, six marks and a goal in 70 minutes, battled a niggling knee injury last year.

The Demons have parted with pick No.3 for new recruit Jesse Hogan, a 17-year-old not eligible to play AFL until 2014. Picture: Blair Hamish Source: Herald Sun

MELBOURNE has sought advice from two rival AFL clubs on how best to develop exciting key forward Jesse Hogan this season.

The Demons spoke with Gold Coast and Adelaide about their 17-year-old midfielders Jaeger O'Meara and Brad Crouch playing with the Suns reserves and SANFL club West Adelaide last season.

Hogan, ineligible for the AFL this season after being picked up in the 2012 GWS mini-draft, will be given senior experience against North Melbourne and Richmond in the NAB Cup first round at Etihad Stadium tomorrow night.

Coach Mark Neeld said Demons officials gleaned information from the Suns and the Crows on how O'Meara and Crouch progressed while playing in local leagues.

"So, there are some good examples around if you do the right thing and don't put too many expectations on them, it will be a great year for learning for Jesse," Neeld said.

"At times this year, he's going to get frustrated that we know he can't play league footy. But we know it's a good lead-in."

Melbourne has AFL permission to play Hogan in the NAB Cup. And, with Mitch Clark out, it's valuable experience for the 18-year-old before he spends the season with Casey Scorpions.

West Australian teenager Dean Kent will join young midfielders Jack Viney and Jimmy Toumpas to press their claims against the Roos and Tigers.

Kent, a hard-at-the-ball left-footer from Clackline, about 80km northeast of Perth, earned his NAB Cup chance with strong work in the first intraclub match at Cranbourne last Friday.

Kangaroos veteran Brent Harvey is loving North Melbourne's match training sessions with Geelong. Picture: Wayne Ludbey Source: Herald Sun

NORTH Melbourne new boy Jordan Gysberts didn't have to wait long to run into old teammates - the traded Demon will play the opening game against his former club.

Veteran Roo Brent Harvey, suspended for the first six rounds, will play both games, while Daniel Wells (achilles) and Jack Ziebell (knee) are being eased back.

Ziebell underwent a minor knee operation last month and was in doubt to make an appearance in the early rounds of the preseason competition.

The Kangaroos have also named former Port Adelaide defender Ben Jacobs in a near full-strength squad which includes developing ruckman Majak Daw.

Mature-aged recruit Daniel Currie is the only untried Kangaroo to make the cut with 2012 National Draft picks Taylor Garner (15), Mason Wood (41) and Mitchell Wilkins (47) missing out.

Hard-nosed midfielder Leigh Adams remains the only senior Kangaroo on the sidelines.

Young guns Kieran Harper, Shaun Atley and Ben Cunnington will also be out to impress ahead of the home and away season.

RICHMOND star Trent Cotchin will step out as captain for the first time when the Tigers take on Melbourne in game two of Friday night's NAB Cup matches.

Cotchin replaced stalwart Chris Newman as skipper during the off-season.

The Tigers' squad includes ball magnets Brett Deledio, Shane Tuck and spearhead Jack Riewoldt.

Young gun Dustin Martin has also been named along with rebounding defenders Brandon Ellis and Bachar Houli.

The Tigers look set to unveil No.9 pick Nick Vlastuin, speedster Steven Verrier and mature-aged recruits Aaron Edwards (North Melbourne), Chris Knights (Adelaide), Ricky Petterd (Melbourne).

FRIDAY at Etihad Stadium
North Melbourne v Melbourne 6.45pm AEDT
Melbourne v Richmond 7.50pm AEDT
Richmond v North Melbourne 8.55pm AEDT
SATURDAY at Metricon Stadium
Gold Coast v Hawthorn 5.40pm AEDT
Brisbane Lions v Hawthorn 7.45pm AEDT
Gold Coast v Brisbane Lions 8.50pm AEDT

SUNDAY at Skoda Stadium
Greater Western Sydney v Carlton 4.40pm AEDT
Sydney Swans v Carlton 5.45pm AEDT
Greater Western Sydney v Sydney Swans 6.50pm AEDT



1. Andrew Walker, 3.Marc Murphy, 4. Bryce Gibbs, 6. Kade Simpson, 7. Dylan Buckley, 9. Kane Lucas, 10. Matthew Watson, 11. Robert Warnock, 12. Mitch Robinson, 13. Chris Yarran, 14. Brock McLean, 15. Jeremy Laidler, 16. Andrew Collins, 17. Sam Rowe, 19. Eddie Betts, 20. Rhys O'Keeffe, 21. Josh Bootsma, 22. Shaun Hampson, 23. Lachie Henderson, 24. Patrick McCarthy, 27. Dennis Armfield, 28. Tom Bell, 31. Marcus Davies, 34. Nick Duigan, 35. Ed Curnow, 38. Jeff Garlett, 40. Michael Jamison, 41. Levi Casboult, 42. Zach Tuohy, 43. Simon White, 44. Andrew Carrazzo, 45. Aaron Joseph, 46. David Ellard


1. Phil Davis, 2. Curtly Hampton, 4. Toby Greene, 5. Dylan Shiel, 6. Lachie Whitfield, 7. Rhys Palmer, 9. Tom Scully, 10. Devon Smith, 11. Taylor Adams, 12. Jonathon Patton, 13. Sam Darley, 14. Tomas Bugg, 15. Tim Golds, 16. Nathan Wilson, 17. Adam Treloar, 18. Jeremy Cameron, 20. Adam Tomlinson, 21. Matt Buntine, 22. Shaun Edwards, 23. Sam Reid, 25. Anthony Miles, 26. Jonathan Giles, 28. Liam Sumner, 30. Lachie Plowman, 31. Jacob Townsend, 32. Gerald Ugle, 35. Aidan Corr, 37. Setanta O'hAilpin, 38. Stephen Gilham, 39. Tim Mohr, 40. Adam Kennedy, 42. Mark Whiley, 43. Kurt Aylett, 48. Sam Frost


1. Tim Membrey, 3. Jarrad McVeigh, 4. Daniel Hannebery, 5. Ryan O'Keefe, 6. Tom Mitchell, 7. Harry Cunningham, 9. Nick Malceski, 11. Jed Lamb, 12. Josh Kennedy, 13. Andrejs Everitt, 14. Craig Bird, 15. Kieren Jack, 17. Tommy Walsh, 18. Jesse White, 19. Tony Armstrong, 20. Sam Reid, 22. Dean Towers, 23. Jordan Lockyer, 24. Jude Bolton, 25. Ted Richards, 26. Luke Parker, 28. Matthew Dick, 30. Lewis Roberts-Thomson, 31. Harry Marsh, 32. Lewis Jetta, 33. Brandon Jack, 34. Alex Johnson, 35. Sam Naismith, 36. Alex Brown, 38. Mike Pyke, 39. Heath Grundy, 42. Xavier Richards, 43. Dane Rampe, 44. Jake Lloyd, 46. Shane Biggs


1.Sam Docherty, 2. Ryan Harwood, 3. Brent Moloney, 5. Billy Longer, 6. Josh Green, 8. Rohan Bewick, 9. Ashley McGrath, 10. Daniel Rich, 12. Stefan Martin, 13. Callum Bartlett, 15. Dayne Zorko, 17. Claye Beams, 18. Todd Banfield, 19. Jordan Lisle, 21. Daniel Merrett, 22. Marco Paparone, 24. Joel Patfull, 25. Richard Newell, 26. Elliot Yeo, 28. Patrick Karnezis, 29. Andrew Raines, 30. Jack Redden, 31. James Polkinghorne, 35. Ryan Lester, 36. Matt Maguire, 37. Patrick Wearden, 38. Tom Rockliff, 40. Niall McKeever, 41. Mitch Golby, 42. Justin Clarke, 44. Aaron Cornelius, 46. Sam Michael, 48. Stephen Wrigley


1. Jaeger O'Meara, 2. Zac Smith, 3. Jared Brennan, 4. Maverick Weller, 5. Jarrod Harbrow, 6. Alex Sexton, 7. Karmichael Hunt, 8. Luke Russell, 9. Gary Ablett, 11. Harley Bennell, 12. Sam Day, 13. Jacob Gillbee, 14. Matthew Warnock, 15. Daniel Gorringe, 16. Rory Thompson, 17. Steven May, 19. Tom Lynch, 21. Jeremy Taylor, 23. Charlie Dixon, 24. David Swallow,  26. Matt Shaw, 29. Tom Murphy, 30. Campbell Brown, 31. Jackson Allen, 33. Aaron Hall, 34. Jack Hutchins, 35. Michael Rischitelli, 36. Greg Broughton, 37. Jesse Lonergan, 38. Joel Wilkinson, 40. Andrew Boston, 42. Kyal Horsley


2. Jarryd Roughead, 4. Matthew Suckling, 6. Josh Gibson, 10. Bradley Hill, 13. Kyle Cheney, 14. Grant Birchall, 16. Isaac Smith, 17. Brian Lake, 18. Brent Guerra, 19. Jack Gunston, 20. David Hale, 21. Shane Savage, 22. Luke Breust, 23. Lance Franklin, 24. Ben Stratton, 25. Ryan Schoenmakers, 27. Matt Spangher, 28. Paul Puopolo, 29. Will Langford, 30. Luke Lowden, 31. Angus Litherland, 32. Jonathan Simpkin, 33. Cyril Rioli, 34. Jordan Kelly, 35. Sam Grimley, 37. Jed Anderson, 38. Mitch Hallahan, 39. Max Bailey, 40. Tim O'Brien, 41. Taylor Duryea, 42. Kaiden Brand, 43. Amos Frank, 46. Derick Wanganeen, 47. Jonathon Ceglar


1. Daniel Currie, 2. Brad McKenzie, 3. Ryan Bastinac, 4. Liam Anthony, 5. Ben Jacobs, 6. Lachlan Hansen, 7. Jack Ziebell, 8. Daniel Wells, 9. Andrew Swallow, 10. Ben Cunnington, 11. Michael Firrito, 12. Lindsay Thomas, 14. Jordan Gysberts, 15. Luke Delaney, 16. Scott Thompson, 17. Nathan Grima, 18. Shaun Atley, 19. Sam Wright, 20. Drew Petrie, 22. Todd Goldstein, 23. Kieran Harper, 24. Levi Greenwood, 25. Robbie Tarrant, 28. Will Sierakowski, 29. Brent Harvey, 30. Tom Curran, 31. Cameron Delaney, 34. Jamie Macmillan, 35. Aaron Black, 38. Majak Daw, 41. Aaron Mullett, 42. Scott McMahon, 43. Sam Gibson, 46. Ben Speight


1. Jesse Hogan, 2. Nathan Jones, 4. Jack Watts, 5. Jimmy Toumpas, 6. Chris Dawes, 7. Jack Viney, 8. James Frawley, 10. Shannon Byrnes, 12. Colin Sylvia, 13. Jordie McKenzie, 14. Lynden Dunn, 15. David Rodan, 17. Sam Blease, 19. James Strauss, 20. Colin Garland, 21. Cameron Pedersen, 22. James Magner, 25. Tom McDonald, 26. Daniel Nicholson, 27. Tom Gillies, 28. Joel Macdonald, 30. James Sellar, 31. Jack Grimes, 32. Michael Evans, 34. Dean Kent, 36 Aaron Davey, 38. Jeremy Howe, 39. Neville Jetta, 40. Mark Jamar, 42. Jake Spencer, 45. Matt Jones, 46. Dean Terlich, 47. Tom Couch, 48. Jack Fitzpatrick


1. Chris Newman, 3. Brett Deledio, 4. Dustin Martin, 5. Brandon Ellis, 6. Shaun Grigg, 7. Matt Dea, 8. Jack Riewoldt, 9. Trent Cotchin, 10. Shane Edwards, 11. Jake Batchelor, 12. David Astbury, 13. Ricky Petterd, 14. Bachar Houli, 15. Chris Knights, 16. Luke McGuane, 18. Alex Rance, 20. Ivan Maric, 21. Shane Tuck, 23. Daniel Jackson, 24. Ben Griffiths, 26. Robin Nahas, 27. Aaron Edwards, 29. Ty Vickery, 30. Reece Conca, 31. Nick Vlastuin, 35. Matt White, 36. Matt McDonough, 37. Orren Stephenson, 38. Steven Morris, 39. Tom Derickx, 43. Todd Elton, 44. Matthew Arnot, 45. Brett O'Hanlon, 49. Steven Verrier

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