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AFL trades 2018: Winners and losers from day five of trade period

Winners

St Kilda

In: Dan Hannebery, pick 28, Dean Kent

Out: Pick 39, future second-round pick, pick 65

The Saints got the man they hope will add grunt and experience to their midfield in Hannebery – and didn’t have to give up much to secure him. They’re also in the conversation to lure Tom Scully from GWS, but will likely have to fight off Hawthorn to do it.

Hawthorn

In: Nil

Out: Nil

For the second straight day, the Hawks make the winners’ list without executing a trade. This was because of Scully’s touted inclusion to go alongside the likely Chad Wingard deal. Should the Hawks land both, they’ll have some weapons to put among the likes of Tom Mitchell and Jaeger O’Meara.

The Saints and the Hawks are in the frame for Tom Scully.The Saints and the Hawks are in the frame for Tom Scully.
Camera IconThe Saints and the Hawks are in the frame for Tom Scully.Picture: AFL Media

Losers

GWS

In: Pick 43, future second-round pick

Out: Will Setterfield, pick 71

After compiling one of the league’s most talent-laden lists, the Giants are suddenly leaking players in spring. Promising Setterfield joined the likes of Adam Treloar, Devon Smith, Nathan Wilson, Will Hoskin-Elliott and Jack Steele in departing, with Dylan Shiel and Tom Scully likely to follow.

Stalemate

Fremantle and Melbourne

There’s just no way to break this down into winners and losers as the Jesse Hogan arm-wrestle plays out. The Dockers withdrew from the hunt for Hogan, but there’s still plenty of time left in the trade period. Can the two clubs find a way to revive a potential deal and satisfy one another before Wednesday?

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