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Complete listing of Dual Position Players 2010

After the website hacking last month, we lost a lot of our awesome resources and blog posts. I have dug out the information of the Dual Position Players (DPP) and positioned them into their categories.

After the website hacking last month, we lost a lot of our awesome resources and blog posts. I have dug out the information of the Dual Position Players (DPP) and positioned them into their categories.

Hope this is an easy resource for those looking for DPPs when trading.


Dangerfield Patrick
Brennan Jared
Staker Brent
Davis Leon
Didak Alan
Pavlich Matthew
Solomon Dean
Chapman Paul
Duncan Mitch
Morton Jarryd
Osborne Michael
Healey Rhys
Petterd Ricky
Sylvia Colin
Harvey Brent
Ziebell Jack
Edwards Shane
Hicks Robbie
Winmar Nicholas
Goodes Adam
McNeil Dylan
O’Keefe Ryan
Rohan Gary
Higgins Shaun


Doughty Michael
Austin Matt
Clarke Xavier
Carrazzo Andrew
Buckley Simon
Houli Bachar
Kelly James
Hodge Luke
Ladson Rick
Firrito Michael
Greenwood Levi
Broadbent Matthew
Cornes Chad
Stewart Paul
Farmer Mitch
Goddard Brendon
Gram Jason
Gilbee Lindsay


Davis Phil
Henderson Ricky
McKernan Shaun
Stevens Scott
Talia Daniel
O’Brien Jesse
Retzlaff Bryce
Henderson Lachie
O’hAilpin Setanta
Waite Jarrad
Brown Leigh
Hunter Tom
Daniher Darcy
Hurley Michael
Quinn Michael
McPharlin Luke
McPhee Adam
Shepheard Hamish
Weston Jack
Dowler Beau
Hansen Lachie
Moore Andrew
Polak Graham
Allen Jarryd
Grundy Heath
Wilson Callum
Markovic Lukas
Tiller Stephen
Gwilt James


Tippett Kurt
Lobbe Matthew
Petrie Drew
Cloke Cameron


Bradley Kepler
Trengove Jackson



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    May 5, 2010 at 7:16 pm

    Thanks Warnie.

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      May 5, 2010 at 7:23 pm

      bend over warnie

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    May 5, 2010 at 7:24 pm

    so i can give u my thanks

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    Adam Bravo

    May 5, 2010 at 7:47 pm

    Left out Jesse White in FWD / RUCK guys.

    • Warnie


      May 5, 2010 at 8:26 pm

      Jesse White is only named as a ruck.

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        Adam Bravo

        May 5, 2010 at 8:28 pm


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    May 5, 2010 at 10:31 pm

    This may be a stupid question… BUT: can you change a player from being a forward to a midfielder mid-season? If so, how?

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      May 5, 2010 at 10:32 pm

      For example, I have Patrick Dangerfield (grrrrr) in my forward line at the moment, but if I wanted to move him to the midfield is it possible?

      • Warnie


        May 5, 2010 at 10:34 pm

        You would need to swap him with another player who is listed as a FWD/MID. Eg. If you have Dangerfield in the forward line, you would need someone like Chapman in your MIDs to be able to swap him.

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    Xray Hombre

    May 5, 2010 at 11:20 pm

    Thanks Warnie for the info and perfect timing as I was just about to start looking for DPP rookies in the off chance that there was one worth getting in but doesn’t look like it. Maybe Rohan down the track if he is best pick at the time.

    Alos gotta laugh at the fact there are only 2 DEF/RUC – Kepler Bradley & Trengrove Jackson. I truly hope that there is not a single team with both these spuds.

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    May 5, 2010 at 11:23 pm


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    May 27, 2010 at 6:59 pm

    Help – last week what I wanted to do was trade out Roberts from my fwd line, move Davis (a DPP) from the backline to the fwd line, and then trade in Webberley to the gap in the backline. Neat, but how???

    When I clicked the trade button on Roberts, the list of tradeable players doesn’t include Davis (‘cos he’s already on my team) nor Webberley (‘cos he’s a defender and not shown on the fwd’s list). If instead if I try to move Davis forward it won’t let me ‘cos there are no empty spots on the fwd line!

    So how exactly can you use Davis’s DPP status and trade out a fwd and trade in a back? Help anyone?

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      May 27, 2010 at 8:04 pm

      you need someone in your forward line whos a DPP aswell. He needs 2 be FWD/DEF same as davis so u can swap the 2 players around.

      e.g pavlich is a FWD/MID as is Didak. If you had pav in ur mids and didak in ur fwd u can swap them around.

      get it?

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        May 27, 2010 at 8:58 pm

        Thanks Adam. Switching 2 DPP’s between positions I understand, no problems.

        But I thought I had read somewhere about another DPP tactic where you could trade out say a FWD, move a DPP (eg a DEF/FWD) from the backline into the now empty FWD spot, and then trade in a new DEF. Neat because you only lose 1 trade, and a perfectly reasonable use of a DPP’s flexibility of being either a DEF or a FWD at your option. But when I tried to actually do it, the system just doesn’t seem to allow it.

        In fact I recall someone saying they had put Goddard in the mids, with a view to moving him the backline later in the season. The rationale was that they could replace him in the mids more easily as there are more good rookie mids likely to come thru during the season that rookie backs. Hence, they would trade out a DEF, move Goddard to the backs and trade in a new rookie MID. This doesn’t now seem possible.

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    June 8, 2010 at 11:55 pm

    Great info here guys, very useful this year to avoid donuts across the field. Including starting prices next year would save us some research time :)

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    June 16, 2010 at 12:54 am

    Ok guys…I’ve put together an excel spreadsheet with the complete list of dual position players, as listed above, to be able to further analyse their prices and stats.

    It is available at the following link – and is up to date as of the end of round 12 at the time of this post.
    I will endeavour to update it each week with the new scores and prices which will still be available at the link I’ve posted.

    I have separated the different positions (FWD/MID, DEF/MID, DEF/FWD, FWD/RUCK and DEF/RUCK) onto individual sheets within the spreadsheet to make it easier to sort the players by Name, Team, Price or Average.

    Each players name is also hyper-linked so it opens up to their player profile on the official DT website within your browser.

    If you’re anything like me you are looking utilising the dual position players towards the end of the season in the absence of trades.

    Hope this is of some help to you DT fans. :)

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      Young GUNS

      June 16, 2010 at 10:23 am

      looks good mate

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    February 6, 2011 at 6:04 pm

    Joel Tippet is Forward, Ruck

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