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0 © Australian Football League 2008. This document is confidential and intended solely for the use and information of the addressee National AFL listed access - compensation Point value equates to compensation in one of five places 1 st round pick + mid first round 1st round pick end of 1st round pick 2 nd round pick 3 rd round pick Points for player allocated against two criteria AGE NEW CONTRACT VALUE Committee has power to recommend alternative compensation to formula Andrew Mackay, Kevin Sheehan Must be material anomaly GM – Football Operations must approve
1 © Australian Football League 2008. This document is confidential and intended solely for the use and information of the addressee Compensation Formula – Effect in 2010/2011 NAB AFL National Draft 26 Draft Picks – 2010 1Gold Coast 2 3 4Melbourne 5Gold Coast 6West Coast Eagles 7Gold Coast 8Port Adelaide 9Gold Coast 10Fremantle 11Gold Coast 12Essendon 13Gold Coast 14Carlton 15Gold Coast 16Richmond 17Brisbane Lions 18Collingwood 19St Kilda 20Adelaide 21North Melbourne 22Sydney Swans 23Hawthorn 24Western Bulldogs 25Geelong 26+ First Round Compensatory Selections/End of first Round Compensatory Selections Same effect as for 2011 National Draft First Round Compensatory selections cannot be used until end of first round in 2010 and 2011
2 © Australian Football League 2008. This document is confidential and intended solely for the use and information of the addressee Hypothetical use of compensation draft picks in 2012 NAB AFL National Draft Under the current proposal first round compensation draft picks for existing Clubs cannot be used until the 2012 National Draft (ie. after initial entry for GC & WS) Presume Essendon lose a top echelon Player and elect to use both picks in 2012 Draft, Western Bulldogs elect to use a First Round selection, Richmond and North Melbourne use an end of First Round Selection and Geelong a second round Round 1End of First Round 1West Coast Eagles22Richmond 2Gold Coast23North Melbourne 3MelbourneSecond Round 4Western Sydney24West Coast Eagles 5Port Adelaide25Gold Coast 6Fremantle26Melbourne 7Essendon27Port Adelaide 8Essendon28Fremantle 9Carlton29Essendon 10Richmond30Carlton 11Brisbane Lions31Richmond 12Essendon32Brisbane Lions 13Collingwood33Collingwood 14St Kilda34St Kilda 15Adelaide35Adelaide 16North Melbourne36North Melbourne 17Sydney Swans37Sydney Swans 18Hawthorn38Hawthorn 19Western Bulldogs39Western Bulldogs 20Western Bulldogs40Geelong 21Geelong41Geelong 1 st/2ND round pick must be used immediately following initial 1 st/2ND round pick Second first round pick used after all teams that have not made Finals. End of First Round Selections – Richmond before North Melbourne as finished lower on ladder
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