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More Dockers trade triumphs with Joel Hamling confirmed, Shane Kersten expected

Joel Hamling is leaving the Bulldogs to become a Docker. Photo: AFL Media/Getty ImagesIt looks like another two huge trade deals have fallen into place for the Freo Dockers.
Nanjing Night Net

On Saturday morning Bulldogs grand-final star Joel Hamling confirmed he wanted to come home to Perth and Fremantle’s list manager Brad Lloyd said Hamling’s best mate, Geelong forward Shane Kersten, looked set to follow.

“They both want to get to Fremantle, so I think we can get something done for sure,” he told Radio 6PR.

“They are certainly best of mates, every time I have spoken to one of them the other one has been there. They came over to Perth during the week and had a bit of a look around, they’re really close those two.”

If, as expected, the two deals go through Hamling and Kersten will join fellow new recruits Cam McCarthy and Bradley Hill.

Forward McCarthy has made the move from Greater Western Sydney and is expected to fill part of the void left by retiring Matthew Pavlich and Collingwood-bound Chris Mayne.

Meanwhile midfielder Bradley Hill, 23, is hoping his move will make it a happy family affair at Freo allowing him to play on the same team as older brother Stephen, 26.

Dockers fans are hoping that the trade deals, combined with Nat Fyfe, Aaron Sandilands, Michael Johnson, Alex Pearce and Harley Bennell set to return from long term injuries, will mean a very different 2017 season for the men in purple.

Brad Lloyd also confirmed that the clubs was relieved that Hayden Ballantyne had attracted no interest from other clubs.

“Hayden, through his manager Colin Young, discussed possibly exploring some options. But to this point we have not had any clubs come to us wanting to trade (and) Hayden is someone we would like to see playing for us next season,” he said.

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