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Final AFL Changes – Round 4 (Sunday)

Final AFL Changes – Round 4 (Sunday)

ST KILDA has lost patience with former No.1 draft pick Patrick McCartin, dropping him from the side for Easter Sunday’s clash with Collingwood at Etihad Stadium,

The Saints have settled on two changes, with Shane Savage also omitted.

David Armitage returns after missing the past two weeks, while Ben Long will make his debut after being taken with pick No.25 in last year’s National Draft.

Jamie Elliott will plays his first game since the final round of 2015 as the Magpies settled on one change.

He replaces Fremantle recruit Chris Mayne.

Debutant Cedric Cox and midfielder Claye Beams are the two inclusions for Brisbane, who dropped Jack Frost and Jake Barrett for its meeting with Richmond at Etihad Stadium.

The Tigers made one change, bringing in Connor Menadue for Ben Lennon.

 

 

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