North Melbourne's draft assistance has been used, returning Fremantle's Griffin Logue and Darcy Tucker.
The actual season has finished for North Melbourne, and now it’s time for the silly season. Before that begins though...
On Saturday at Adelaide Oval, football felt both unimportant and extremely important, all at the same time.
Coming out of North Melbourne’s loss, the mainstream talking point was Jaidyn Stephenson turning his back on the football – twice.
Originally this was going to be a relatively straight-forward review piece, until it started taking a different path down the road of development.
Defending at Blundstone Arena is a unique challenge – especially when it’s windy.
According to the AFL rule book, ‘the winner of a Match of Australian Football is the Team which has scored, in accordance with these Laws, the greater number of points at the conclusion of the Match’.
It’s a horrible feeling when you’re in a job you value, and you feel like it’s about to end badly.
Saturday provided the complete opposite of what we’ve seen from North Melbourne all year.
Well … where do we begin?