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Bruce Reville, Sam Thorne, Josh Gore and Matt McGrory.

AFL club NEAFL lists announced

AFL club NEAFL lists have been announced today with academy players dominating selections for the 2020 season.

As per new NEAFL list rules confirmed in November, AFL clubs are permitted to list up to seven players, including up to two mature-age players.

At this stage, Brisbane, Sydney, Gold Coast and the GIANTS have opted to select academy players only.

The AFL club NEAFL lists are brimming with young talent, including 2019 Allies squad members Jackson Barling, Nick Brewer, Sam Gaden, Max Geddes and Sam Thorne (Sydney), Matt McGrory (GIANTS), Josh Gore (Gold Coast), and Bruce Reville and Kobe Tozer (Brisbane).

Of the 22 players selected, 20 have NEAFL experience with GIANTS pair Harry Grant and Lachie Squire earning Rising Star nominations last season as part of a club record four nominees in 2019.

Aspley junior Tozer will be one to watch in 2020 after an injury-riddled 2019 campaign. Yet to make his NEAFL debut, Tozer is a highly talented prospect who is set to make an impact this year as a key forward.

Northern Territory’s Brandon Rusca, who played 10 NEAFL games with NT Thunder last year, has been selected by Gold Coast through the club’s new academy zone.

This group of academy players are hoping to follow in the footsteps of Brisbane draftee Keidean Coleman, who was a member of the Lions’ NEAFL list last year prior to being selected in the NAB AFL National Draft.

Other notable graduates of the Under-19 Academy Squads (now known as NEAFL lists) since being introduced in 2018 include former Sydney rookie James Brown and current Swans listed player Sam Wicks.

All clubs are permitted to make a limited number of changes to their NEAFL lists prior to the national player transfer deadline on June 30.

The NEAFL list lodgement deadline for remaining clubs is on Monday, March 16.


NameDOBHeightWeightAligned Local Club
Bruce Reville22/02/2001186cm77kgRedland/Sherwood
Kobe Tozer01/03/2001194cm86kgAspley
Thomas Wischnat01/10/2001189cm98kgRedland/Morningside
Max McDonald12/02/2001199cm91kgMaroochydore


NameDOBHeightWeightAligned Local Club
Josh Gore29/05/2001178cm76kgBroadbeach
Riley Buckland09/04/2001179cm69kgPalm Beach
Michael Selsby25/02/2001170cm70kgBroadbeach
Corey Joyce20/04/2001175cm74kgPalm Beach
Brandon Rusca11/05/2001180cm71kgSouthern Districts
Hewago Paul Oea13/11/2001172cm68kgBroadbeach


NameDOBHeightWeightAligned Local Club
Cameron Edwards12/03/2001176cm78kgEast Coast Eagles
Kane Flack24/06/2001180cm76kgNorth Wagga
Harry Grant03/07/2001173cm79kgQueanbeyan Tigers
Lachlan Squire25/07/2001183cm87kgQueanbeyan Tigers
Matthew McGrory23/08/2001189cm80kgGungahlin Jets
Wilson Mudge15/03/2001180cm78kgSt George Dragons


NameDOBHeightWeightAligned Local Club
Jackson Barling17/08/2001183cm84kgNorth Shore Bombers
Nicholas Brewer14/03/2001186cm75kgNorth Shore Bombers
Samuel Gaden07/03/2001195cm94kgUNSW Bulldogs
Max Geddes21/03/2001182cm72kgUNSW Bulldogs
Harry Maguire27/01/2001193cm88kgPennant Hills
Samuel Thorne19/05/2001178cm77kgUNSW Bulldogs
Reed van Huisstede10/02/2001195cm89kgNewcastle


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