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After a second consecutive poor season, West Coast elected to rebuild through the draft rather than continue with the previous year's attempt at topping up by trading for players with experience. It worked sensationally, with premiership captain Chris Judd and fellow flag winners Ashley Hansen, Mark Seaby and Quinten Lynch all acquired during this period.

Player arrivalsEdit

National draft: Ashley Hansen (Oakleigh Chargers), Chris Judd (Sandringham Dragons), Ashley Sampi (South Fremantle), Mark Seaby (West Perth)

Rookie draft: Quinten Lynch (West Perth), Clancy Rudeforth (Claremont), Brent Tuckey (Collingwood)

Player departuresEdit

Retired: Dean Kemp

Delisted: David Antonowicz, Scott Cummings, Andrew Donnelly, Ryan Turnbull, Dean Buszan (rookie), Kris Miller (rookie)

Exchange periodEdit

No trades

DraftsEdit

Pick Player From
National draft
3. Chris Judd Sandringham Dragons/East Sandringham JFC
6. Ashley Sampi South Fremantle/Armadale JFC
22. Mark Seaby West Perth/Mukinbudin JFC
38. Ashley Hansen Oakleigh Chargers/Northvale JFC
Pre-season draft
Did not participate
Rookie draft
3. Brent Tuckey Collingwood/North Ballarat Rebels
19. Quinten Lynch West Perth/Gibson JFC
35. Clancy Rudeforth Claremont/Wembley Downs

Other players draftedEdit

National Draft

25. Steve Armstrong (Melbourne)

36. Sam Mitchell (Hawthorn)

54. Ben Robbins (North Melbourne)

Pre-season Draft

4. Scott Cummings (Collingwood)

Rookie Draft

28. Jaxon Crabb (Port Adelaide)

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