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Sam Mayes (left, taking on former Power player Jackson Trengove) and Ryan Burton (right) formed part of a super-trade to get Port star Chad Wingard (centre) to Hawthorn. All photos: Michael Errey / InDaily
Football

Wingard win? Super-trade sets up Port for draft charge

UPDATED | Port Adelaide have leveraged the disappointment of losing two-time All Australian Chad Wingard into a recruiting coup, finishing the AFL’s trade period with two new players and three first-round selections in next month’s much-hyped national draft.

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Football

Port pips Crows in draft coup

Port Adelaide have put themselves in the box seat to snare a young South Australian star, after trading their way into the top six of the forthcoming AFL national draft.