Sydney set for first State Combine

Max Canfield, a State Combine invitee, in action for the Allies at the MCG in 2015. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

For the first time an AFL State Combine testing will be held in Sydney.

St Ignatius College Riverview will host the 2015 State combine on Sunday the 25th of October, with around 50 Draft hopefuls set to be out through their paces.

In addition to the NSW/ACT contingent, nominees from QLD and NT will attend the testing on Sydney’s North Shore.

In total 123 players from competitions across the country have been invited to show their wares in front of recruiters.

Players needed at least two nominations from AFL clubs to attend the screenings, staged after the national NAB AFL Draft Combine.


Charlie Bance – Wagga Tigers/GWS

Lachlan Behagg – NSW/ACT Rams

Max Canfield – Murray Bushrangers

Thomas Faul – NSW/ACT Rams

Kyle Galloway – Murray Bushrangers

Byrdon Hodgson – Eastlake

Jack Irvine – NSW/ACT Rams

Jake Marshall – Murray Bushrangers

Dylan McDonald – Murray Bushrangers

Josh Minogue – Murray Bushrangers

Ned Reinhard – NSW/ACT Rams


State combie schedule

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