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Round 2 NAB Cup Teams

Round 2 NAB Cup Teams
Feb
21
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Written by AFL Online on 21st Feb 2008

THE second round of the NAB Cup competition kicks off with Essendon and the Western Bulldogs on Friday night at the Telstra Dome.

The Bombers have made eight changes to their side that beat Brisbane on the Gold Coast last weekend. Some big names return for the Bombers including backman Dustin Fletcher, young excitment machine Alwyn Davey and gun forward Scott Lucas. The Bulldogs have brought in Andrew McDougall, Shaun Higgins, Jarrad Grant, Will Minson, Malcolm Lynch and Paul O’Shea.

St Kilda have left out ex-Cat Steven King in their game against Geelong, while Richard Hadley will make his debut for Carlton after crossing from the Brisbane Lions.

Massie, Griffen, Otten and Jericho come into the Crows who smashed Collingwood in Dubai two weeks ago, while Fremantle have named ex-Bomber Kepler Bradley for his debut over in the west.

Round 2 NAB Cup

Western Bulldogs vs. Essendon
Telstra Dome, 7.40pm AEST
Friday, February 22, 2008

Western Bulldogs
2 – Robert Murphy
3 – Andrejs Everitt
4 – Daniel Cross
5 – Matthew Boyd
6 – Brad Johnson
7 – Scott West
8 – Mitch Hahn
10 – Nathan Eagleton
11 – Peter Street
15 – Ben Hudson
17 – Adam Cooney
18 – Brennan Stack
19 – Shaun Higgins
20 – Josh Hill
21 – Jason Akermanis
22 – Dylan Addison
23 – Andrew McDougall
24 – Jarrad Grant
25 – Ryan Hargrave
27 – Will Minson
28 – Scott Welsh
33 – Tim Callan
35 – Stephen Tiller
36 – Brian Lake
37 – Cameron Wight
38 – Dale Morris
39 – Malcolm Lynch
44 – Paul O’Shea


Essendon
2 – Ricky Dyson
4 – Jobe Watson
5 – Brent Stanton
6 – Angus Monfries
7 – Leroy Jetta
9 – Adam Ramanauskas
10 – Mark McVeigh
11 – Damien Peverill
12 – Andrew Welsh
14 – Jason Johnson
16 – Tayte Pears
19 – David Hille
20 – Henry Slattery
22 – Mal Michael
23 – David Myers
25 – Scott Lucas
26 – Cale Hooker
27 – Jason Laycock
29 – Alwyn Davey
30 – Patrick Ryder
31 – Dustin Fletcher
34 – Rhys Magin
36 – Sam Lonergan
37 – Kyle Reimers
38 – Jarrod Atkinson
40 – Dean Dick
41 – Danny Chartres
42 – Nathan Lovett-Murray
43 – Bachar Houli


St Kilda vs. Geelong
Manuka Oval, 3.40pm AEDT
Saturday, February 23, 2008

St Kilda
1 – Jason Gram
3 – Xavier Clarke
6 – Leigh Fisher
8 – Max Hudghton
9 – Fraser Gehrig
10 – Steven Baker
11 – Leigh Montagna
15 – Michael Gardiner
17 – Aaron Fiora
19 – Sam Gilbert
20 – David Armitage
22 – Shane Birss
23 – Justin Koschitzke
25 – Sam Fisher
26 – Nick Dal Santo
27 – Jason Blake
28 – Charlie Gardiner
29 – Michael Rix
30 – Brad Howard
32 – Andrew McQualter
34 – Steven Jack
36 – Jarryd Allen
37 – Eljay Connors
38 – Clint Jones
39 – Luke Van Rheenen
40 – Robert Eddy
41 – Glenn Chivers
42 – Jarryn Geary
44 – Stephen Milne
45 – Luke Miles


Geelong
1 – Jason Davenport
4 – Andrew Mackie
5 – Travis Varcoe
7 – Harry Taylor
8 – Josh Hunt
9 – James Kelly
10 – Kane Tenace
11 – Joel Corey
12 – Trent West
13 – Tom Lonergan
14 – Joel Selwood
15 – Ryan Gamble
17 – Shannon Byrnes
18 – Nathan Djerrkura
21 – Cameron Mooney
22 – Scott Simpson
24 – Mark Blake
26 – Tom Hawkins
27 – Matthew Stokes
28 – David Johnson
32 – Brent Prismall
33 – Max Rooke
37 – Jeremy Laidler
39 – Darren Milburn
41 – Shane Mumford
42 – Liam Bedford
44 – Corey Enright
45 – Cameron Ling


Hawthorn vs. Carlton
Telstra Dome, 7.10pm AEDT
Saturday, February 23, 2008

Hawthorn
3 – Jordan Lewis
5 – Sam Mitchell
6 – Mark Williams
7 – Michael Osborne
9 – Shane Crawford
10 – Chance Bateman
11 – Clinton Young
12 – Brad Sewell
13 – Simon Taylor
14 – Grant Birchall
15 – Luke Hodge
17 – Beau Muston
20 – Tim Boyle
22 – Travis Tuck
23 – Lance Franklin
25 – Tim Clarke
26 – Zac Dawson
27 – Stephen Gilham
28 – Gary Moss
29 – Tom Murphy
30 – Campbell Brown
32 – Xavier Ellis
33 – Cyril Rioli
34 – Brent Renouf
35 – Jarryd Morton
36 – Josh Kennedy
39 – Robert Campbell
44 – Cam Stokes


Carlton
2 – Jordan Russell
3
Marc Murphy
4
Bryce Gibbs
6
Kade Simpson
8
Matthew Kreuzer
10
Richard Hadley
16
Shaun Grigg
18
Paul Bower
19
Eddie Betts
21
Mark Austin
22
Shaun Hampson
23
Adam Hartlett
24
Nick Stevens
25
Brendan Fevola
27
Dennis Armfield
28
Cameron Cloke
29
Heath Scotland
30
Jarrad Waite
31
Jordan Bannister
32
Bret Thornton
33
Ryan Houlihan
34
Simon Wiggins
36
Darren Pfeiffer
37
Jake Edwards
38
Ryan Jackson
40
Michael Jamison
44
Andrew Carrazzo
46
David Ellard

Adelaide vs. Fremantle
AAMI Stadium, 4.40pm ACDT
Sunday, February 24, 2008

Adelaide
2 – Brad Moran
3 – Kris Massie
4 – Kurt Tippett
5 – Scott Thompson
6 – Jonathon Griffin
7 – Nathan Van Berlo
9 – Tyson Edwards
10 – Jarrhan Jacky
11 – Michael Doughty
14 – David Mackay
15 – Brad Symes
16 – Ken McGregor
17 – Bernie Vince
18 – Graham Johncock
20 – Ivan Maric
21 – Chris Knights
22 – Andrew Otten
23 – Andrew McLeod
25 – Ben Rutten
26 – Richard Douglas
27 – Scott Stevens
29 – James Se
llar
30 – Luke Jericho
31 – Bryce Campbell
33 – Brent Reilly
36 -Simon Goodwin
40 – Jason Porplyzia
44 – Nathan Bock


Fremantle
2 – Josh Carr
3 – Byron Schammer
6 – Dean Solomon
7 – Brett Peake
8 – Shaun McManus
9 – Matthew Carr
10 -Rhys Palmer
11 -Des Headland
14 – Antoni Grover
15 – Ryan Crowley
16 – David Mundy
17 – Mark Johnson
18 – Luke McPharlin
19 – Clayton Hinkley
23 – Chris Mayne
24 – Adam Campbell
25 – Steven Dodd
26 – Kepler Bradley
27 – Daniel Gilmore
28 – Ryan Murphy
29 – Matthew Pavlich
30 – Marcus Drum
31 – Aaron Sandilands
33 – Jeff Farmer
35 – Garrick Ibbotson
37 – Michael Johnson
41 – Paul Duffield
42 – Josh Head
43 – Roger Hayden