Victorian Squad for the Hall of Fame Tribute match

Jonathan Brown (captain), Brisbane Lions – 26 years old. 143 games, 281 goals
Gary Ablett, Geelong – 23 years old. 129 games, 169 goals
Jimmy Bartel, Geelong – 24 years old. 112 games, 64 goals
Daniel Bradshaw, Brisbane Lions – 29 years old. 185 games, 379 goals
Campbell Brown, Hawthorn – 24 years old. 100 games, 38 goals
Paul Chapman, Geelong – 26 years old. 140 games, 176 goals
Travis Cloke, Collingwood – 21 years old. 59 games, 61 goals
Nick Dal Santo, St Kilda – 24 years old. 124 games, 60 goals
Brendan Fevola, Carlton – 27 years old. 146 games, 406 goals
Dustin Fletcher, Essendon – 32 years old. 280 games, 64 goals
Nathan Foley, Richmond — 22 years old. 53 games, 12 goals
Josh Fraser, Collingwood – 26 years old. 160 games, 133 goals
Adam Goodes, Sydney – 28 years old. 213 games, 203 goals
Jason Gram, St Kilda – 24 years old. 56 games, 21 goals
Brent Harvey, North Melbourne – 30 years old. 245 games, 283 goals
David Hille, Essendon – 26 years old. 126 games, 92 goals
Luke Hodge, Hawthorn – 23 years old. 115 games, 73 goals
Brad Johnson, Western Bulldogs – 31 years old. 303 games, 471 goals
Kane Johnson, Richmond – 30 years old. 205 games, 71 goals
Steve Johnson, Geelong – 24 years old. 91 games, 165 goals
Chris Judd, Carlton – 24 years old. 138 games, 140 goals
James Kelly, Geelong – 24 years old. 112 games, 56 goals
Nigel Lappin, Brisbane Lions – 31 years old. 279 games, 174 goals
Cameron Ling, Geelong – 27 years old. 163 games, 96 goals
Matthew Lloyd, Essendon – 30 years old. 234 games, 839 goals
Darren Milburn, Geelong – 31 years old. 217 games, 81 goals
Sam Mitchell, Hawthorn – 25 years old. 112 games, 18 goals
Leigh Montagna, St Kilda – 24 years old. 77 games, 50 goals
Ryan O’Keefe, Sydney – 27 years old. 145 games, 158 goals
Luke Power, Brisbane Lions – 28 years old. 199 games, 186 goals
Matthew Scarlett, Geelong – 28 years old. 188 games, 16 goals
Heath Shaw, Collingwood — 22 years old. 57 games, 12 goals
Adam Simpson, North Melbourne – 32 years old. 271 games, 75 goals
Brent Stanton, Essendon – 21 years old. 80 games, 46 goals
Dane Swan, Collingwood – 24 years old. 80 games, 39 goals
Dale Thomas, Collingwood – 20 years old. 45 games, 37 goals
Jeff White, Melbourne – 31 years old. 257 games, 110 goals
Dale Morris, Western Bulldogs – 25 years old. 66 games, one goal
Robert Murphy, Western Bulldogs – 25 years old. 131 games, 101 goals
David Wirrpanda, West Coast – 28 years old. 195 games, 100 goals

So who missed out? The obvious one I see from my Hawks Bias is Brad Sewell! How did he miss out?

Leave your names below.

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Molly

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