Full DPP Listing

Written by Motts on May 6 2010

Upon discovering this week that I needed a Defender to cover Phil Davis

in my frontline I decided to put a list together of all available Dual

Position Players this year. Hope it helps you as much as it did me.

FWD / RUCK

Cloke Cameron
Lobbe Matthew
Petrie Drew
Tippett Kurt
FWD / MID
Brennan Jared
Chapman Paul
Dangerfield Patrick
Davis Leon
Didak Alan
Duncan Mitch
Edwards Shane
Goodes Adam
Harvey Brent
Healey Rhys
Hicks Robbie
Higgins Shaun
McNeil Dylan
Morton Jarryd
O’Keefe Ryan
Osborne Michael
Pavlich Matthew
Petterd Ricky
Rohan Gary
Solomon Dean
Staker Brent
Sylvia Colin
Winmar Nicholas
Ziebell Jack
DEF / FWD
Allen Jarryd
Brown Leigh
Daniher Darcy
Davis Phil
Dowler Beau
Grundy Heath
Gwilt James
Hansen Lachie
Henderson Lachie
Henderson Ricky
Hunter Tom
Hurley Michael
Markovic Lukas
McKernan Shaun
McPharlin Luke
McPhee Adam
Moore Andrew
O’Brien Jesse
O’hAilpin Setanta
Polak Graham
Quinn Michael
Retzlaff Bryce
Shepheard Hamish
Stevens Scott
Talia Daniel
Tiller Stephen
Waite Jarrad
Weston Jack
Wilson Callum
DEF / MID
Austin Matt
Broadbent Matthew
Buckley Simon
Carrazzo Andrew
Clarke Xavier
Cornes Chad
Doughty Michael
Farmer Mitch
Firrito Michael
Gilbee Lindsay
Goddard Brendon
Gram Jason
Greenwood Levi
Hodge Luke
Houli Bachar
Kelly James
Ladson Rick
Stewart Paul
DEF / RUCK
Bradley Kepler
Trengove Jackson
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  1. Where was this list at the start of the year!! As part of my selection process in March i went through and made this exact list myself. Having this list would’ve saved me a couple of hours ground work.

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    1. Where was the email from you with said list attached? That email would’ve saved me a couple of hours ground work.

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  2. Word of warning: Don’t forget you need to have your a DPP in each part of the ground to be able to use it. e.g. If you have Hodge and Goddard (both def/mid) one needs to be a def and one a mid. If they’re both in def and your mids are only mids you can’t take advantage. It’s an easy mistake to make.

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Full DPP Listing

Written by Motts on

Upon discovering this week that I needed a Defender to cover Phil Davis

in my frontline I decided to put a list together of all available Dual

Position Players this year. Hope it helps you as much as it did me.

FWD / RUCK

Cloke Cameron
Lobbe Matthew
Petrie Drew
Tippett Kurt
FWD / MID
Brennan Jared
Chapman Paul
Dangerfield Patrick
Davis Leon
Didak Alan
Duncan Mitch
Edwards Shane
Goodes Adam
Harvey Brent
Healey Rhys
Hicks Robbie
Higgins Shaun
McNeil Dylan
Morton Jarryd
O’Keefe Ryan
Osborne Michael
Pavlich Matthew
Petterd Ricky
Rohan Gary
Solomon Dean
Staker Brent
Sylvia Colin
Winmar Nicholas
Ziebell Jack
DEF / FWD
Allen Jarryd
Brown Leigh
Daniher Darcy
Davis Phil
Dowler Beau
Grundy Heath
Gwilt James
Hansen Lachie
Henderson Lachie
Henderson Ricky
Hunter Tom
Hurley Michael
Markovic Lukas
McKernan Shaun
McPharlin Luke
McPhee Adam
Moore Andrew
O’Brien Jesse
O’hAilpin Setanta
Polak Graham
Quinn Michael
Retzlaff Bryce
Shepheard Hamish
Stevens Scott
Talia Daniel
Tiller Stephen
Waite Jarrad
Weston Jack
Wilson Callum
DEF / MID
Austin Matt
Broadbent Matthew
Buckley Simon
Carrazzo Andrew
Clarke Xavier
Cornes Chad
Doughty Michael
Farmer Mitch
Firrito Michael
Gilbee Lindsay
Goddard Brendon
Gram Jason
Greenwood Levi
Hodge Luke
Houli Bachar
Kelly James
Ladson Rick
Stewart Paul
DEF / RUCK
Bradley Kepler
Trengove Jackson
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6 thoughts on “Full DPP Listing”

  1. Where was this list at the start of the year!! As part of my selection process in March i went through and made this exact list myself. Having this list would’ve saved me a couple of hours ground work.

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  2. Word of warning: Don’t forget you need to have your a DPP in each part of the ground to be able to use it. e.g. If you have Hodge and Goddard (both def/mid) one needs to be a def and one a mid. If they’re both in def and your mids are only mids you can’t take advantage. It’s an easy mistake to make.

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