Dream Team Squad for the Hall of Fame Tribute match

Andrew McLeod (captain), Adelaide – 31 years old, 287 games, 249 goals
Chance Bateman, Hawthorn – 26 years old, 100 games, 32 goals
Simon Black, Brisbane Lions – 29 years old, 216 games, 135 goals
Nathan Bock, Adelaide – 25 years old, 67 games, 51 goals
Craig Bolton, Sydney – 27 years old, 154 games, 23 goals
Peter Burgoyne, Port Adelaide – 30 years old, 212 games, 185 goals
Shaun Burgoyne, Port Adelaide – 25 years old, 133 games, 154 goals
Brett Burton, Adelaide – 29 years old, 155 games, 219 goals
Jamie Charman, Brisbane Lions – 25 years old, 108 games, 47 goals
Adam Cooney, Western Bulldogs – 22 years old, 91 games, 93 goals
Joel Corey, Geelong – 26 years old, 155 games, 51 goals
Chad Cornes, Port Adelaide – 28 years old, 189 games, 154 goals
Kane Cornes, Port Adelaide – 25 years old, 144 games, 66 goals
Dean Cox, West Coast – 26 years old, 149 games, 75 goals
Alwyn Davey, Essendon – 24 years old, 18 games, 20 goals
Leon Davis, Collingwood – 26 years old, 143 games, 175 goals
Alan Didak, Collingwood – 25 years old, 124 games, 177 goals
Tyson Edwards, Adelaide – 31 years old , 270 games, 168 goals
Corey Enright, Geelong – 26 years old, 129 games, 40 goals
Lance Franklin, Hawthorn – 21 years old, 60 games, 146 goals
Darren Glass, West Coast – 27 years old, 149 games, eight goals
Simon Goodwin, Adelaide – 31 years old, 219 games, 136 goals
Ryan Griffen, Western Bulldogs – 21 years old, 55 games, 22 goals
Tom Harley, Geelong – 29 years old, 163 games, 10 goals
Lenny Hayes, St Kilda – 28 years old, 172 games, 62 goals
Adam Hunter, West Coast – 26 years old, 136 games, 71 goals
Graham Johncock, Adelaide – 25 years old, 130 games, 82 goals
Tadhg Kennelly, Sydney – 26 years old, 140 games, 29 goals
Daniel Kerr, West Coast – 24 years old, 148 games, 85 goals
Brett Kirk, Sydney – 31 years old, 175 games, 71 goals
Justin Koschitzke, St Kilda – 25 years old, 101 games, 101 goals
Matthew Leuenberger, Brisbane Lions – 19 years old, 13 games, one goal
Tarkyn Lockyer, Collingwood – 28 years old, 171 games, 91 goals
Luke McPharlin, Fremantle – 26 years old, 116 games, 78 goals
Cameron Mooney, Geelong – 28 years old, 148 games, 163 goals
Matthew Pavlich, Fremantle – 26 years old, 179 games, 324 goals
Matthew Richardson, Richmond – 33 years old, 260 games, 755 goals
Nick Riewoldt, St Kilda – 25 years old, 138 games, 264 goals
Ben Rutten, Adelaide – 24 years old, 84 games, five goals
Matthew Stokes, Geelong – 23 years old, 34 games, 49 goals

Suprised by the Selection of Leuenberger? Surely he won’t play and (again from my Biased Hawthorn View) why would he get in before Simon Taylor that has the runs on the board (compared to him)?

So who missed out? Leave your thoughts below.

See the Victorian Squad here!

Molly

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