Posted: 26 October, 2012 by Triple M Footy

Jamie Cripps Goes To West Coast On A Frenetic Final Day Of The AFL's Trade Period

St Kilda's Jamie Cripps goes to West Coast along with pick 46 in exchange for picks 41 and 44. View all of the trades made before the deadline here.

Tags: Jamie Cripps, St Kilda

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LATEST: The AFL Trade Period is over for 2012, and there has been a record amount of player movements this year.

Just before the start of the trading period, which was extended this year, people may have scoffed that Brendon Goddard would be with Essendon next year and Sharrod Wellingham would leave Collingwood – but both of those moves happened.

And some suspected Kurt Tippett may leave the Adelaide Crows for a Queensland-based club, but could not have foreseen he would then ask for a trade to Sydney. And who could have seen the contract scandal he and the Crows are now engulfed in?

Former Crows Operations Manager John Reid and the club's current CEO, Steven Trigg, are believed to have been instrumental in lodging an official contract with the AFL for Tippett in 2009, but also for agreeing to another deal which reportedly had a draft clause and offer of extra cash (around $200,000) that was never presented to the league.

"The AFL today began formally examining all Adelaide Crows records that may be relevant to its investigation of contracting Kurt Tippett in 2009," the AFL said.

"During trade period, the AFL advised Adelaide and Tippett any trade in line with agreement under investigation would not be accepted."

"The AFL has no timeline for its investigation to be completed."

The league says the AFL Draft and Pre-season Draft for all clubs will proceed as normal through November and December.

"Pending ongoing investigation now in place and subject to AFL approval, Tippett is able to be part of Draft or Pre-Season Draft."

On the final day of trading, Jamies Cripps shifted from St Kilda (along with pick 46) to West Coast for picks 41 and 44. This trade will no doubt disappoint the Saints, which wanted to deal with the Eagles to get defender Mitch Brown.

The Saints picked up Sydney's Trent Dennis-Lane on Friday, in exchange for for pick 47. It's questionable whether Dennis-Lane would be a regular senior selection at St Kilda.

North Melbourne was active in the final hours before the deadline, trading big man Cam Pedersen to Melbourne for midfielder Jordie Gysberts. Melbourne gets Pedersen and selection 74 for Gysberts while pick 63 and Gysberts go to North Melbourne.

The 'Roos traded Aaron Edwards to Richmond as well and also picks 42 and 48 to Collingwood in return for pick 39.

Along with securing Pedersen, Melbourne also exchanged Cale Morton to the Eagles for their on-traded 88th pick and Stefan Martin was sent by the Dees to Brisbane for picks 53 and 73 in the draft.

Hawthorn traded with Sydney and gained Matt Spangher and pick 72 from the Swans, which picked up selection 66 in the draft. Hawks defender Stephen Gilham, pick 29 and pick 65 will go to the Greater Western Sydney Giants while Hawthorn will receive Jed Anderson (pre-listed) and picks 29 and 68 in the draft in another last-day deal.

Port Adelaide, a big player during the period, picked up Campbell Heath in a trade with the Swans. Sydney sent Heath and pick 85 to Port in exchange for pick 72.

The Power also announced five re-signings; Tom Jonas, Brett Ebert, Tom Logan, Daniel Stewart and Cameron Hitchcock all re-committing to Port.

Meanwhile, Crows legend Andrew Jarman earlier predicted Tippett would not be traded by Adelaide and will end up in the draft.

Jarman was on Triple M on Friday morning and says club CEO Steven Trigg will 'cop it in the neck' over the dodgy Tippett deal(s) the Crows made in 2009.

Read and hear more regarding that story here.

Movers And Shakers

1. Fremantle made an offer to Restricted Free Agent Danyle Pearce (Port Adelaide). Port Adelaide elected not to match the offer and Danyle Pearce is now able to join the club.

2. Essendon made an offer to Restricted Free Agent Brendon Goddard (St Kilda). St Kilda elected not to match the offer and Brendon Goddard is now able to join the club.

3. Richmond has made an offer to Unrestricted Free Agent Chris Knights (Adelaide Crows). Chris Knights is now able to join the club.

4. Richmond made an offer to Restricted Free Agent Troy Chaplin (Port Adelaide). Port Adelaide elected not to match the offer and Troy Chaplin is now able to join the club.

5. Collingwood has made an offer to Unrestricted Free Agent Quinten Lynch (West Coast). Quinten Lynch is now able to join the club.

6. Melbourne has made an offer to Unrestricted Free Agent Shannon Byrnes (Geelong Cats). Shannon Byrnes is now able to join the club.

7. Port Adelaide exchange its Round Three Selection (currently number 52) to Essendon for Angus Monfries.

8. GWS Giants exchange its Trade Incentive Selection (number one) and its 2011 Compensation Selection End Round One (R Palmer) to the Gold Coast Suns for its Round One Selection (currently number two), its Round Four Selection (currently number 69) and its 2010 Compensation Selection End Round One (J Brennan).

9. Western Bulldogs exchange Brian Lake and its Round Two Selection (currently number 28) to Hawthorn for its Round One Selection (currently 22) and its Round Two Selection (currently number 44).

10. GWS Giants exchange Tom Lee (Claremont, taken by the Giants as a player previously listed by an AFL club) and its Round Two selection (currently number 25) and its Round Three selection (currently number 46) to St Kilda for its Round One selection (currently number 12).

11. GWS Giants exchange Dominic Barry (NT Zone selection), its Trade Incentive Selection (number two) and its Round One Compensation Selection (currently number 21) to Melbourne for its Round One Selection (currently number three) and its Round One Mid-Round Compensation Selection (currently number 14).

12. Collingwood exchange Sharrod Wellingham to West Coast for its Round One Selection (currently number 18).

13. Gold Coast Suns made an offer to Unrestricted Free Agent Tom Murphy (Hawthorn). Tom Murphy is now able to join the club.

14. Brisbane Lions made an offer to Restricted Free Agent Brent Moloney (Melbourne). Melbourne elected not to match the offer and Brent Moloney is now able to join the club.

15. Collingwood exchange Chris Dawes and its Round Three Selection (currently number 63) to Melbourne for its On-Traded Round One Selection (currently number 21, originally from the GWS Giants) and its Round Three Selection (currently number 48).

16. Geelong Cats made an offer to Unrestricted Free Agent Jared Rivers (Melbourne). Jared Rivers is now able to join the club.

17. Gold Coast Suns exchange Josh Caddy to the Geelong Cats for its 2010 Round Compensation Selection (G Ablett) and its Round Three Selection (currently number 59).

18. North Melbourne exchange Hamish McIntosh to the Geelong Cats for its Round Two Selection (currently number 39).

19. Collingwood made an offer to Unrestricted Free Agent Clinton Young (Hawthorn). Clinton Young is now able to join the club.

20. Richmond exchange Angus Graham and its Round Three Selection (currently number 54) to the Adelaide Crows for its Round Two Selection (currently number 43).

21. GWS Giants exchange Jack Hombsch and Jake Neade (NT Zone Selection) to Port Adelaide for its Round Two Selection (currently number 29).

22. West Coast exchange Koby Stevens to the Western Bulldogs for its On-Traded Round Two Selection (currently number 44).

23. Gold Coast Suns exchange Tom Hickey, its Round Two Selection (currently number 26) and its Round Three Selection (currently number 47) to St Kilda for its Round One Free Agency Compensation Selection (currently number 13), its Round Two Selection (currently number 37) and its Round Three Selection (currently number 57).

24. Fremantle exchange Greg Broughton and its Round Three Selection (currently number 60) to the Gold Coast Suns for its On-Traded Round Two Selection (currently number 37).

25. Port Adelaide exchange David Rodan to Melbourne for its Round Five Selection (currently number 88).

26. West Coast exchange Lewis Stevenson to Port Adelaide for its On-Traded Round Five Selection (currently number 88).

27. Collingwood exchange Thomas Young to the Western Bulldogs for its Round Four Selection (currently number 71).

28. Sydney Swans exchange rookie list player Campbell Heath and its Round Four Selection (currently number 85) to Port Adelaide for its Round Four Selection (currently number 72).

29. Melbourne exchange Cale Morton to West Coast for its On-Traded Round Five Selection (currently number 88).

30. North Melbourne exchange Aaron Edwards to Richmond for its Round Four Selection (currently number 74).

31. North Melbourne exchange Cameron Pedersen and its On-Traded Round Four Selection (currently number 74) to Melbourne for Jordan Gysberts and its On-Traded Round Three Selection (currently number 63).

32. Carlton exchange Jordan Russell to Collingwood for its On-Traded Round Four selection (currently number 71).

33. Sydney Swans exchange Matthew Spangher and On-Traded Round Four Selection (currently number 72) to Hawthorn for its Round Three Free Agency Selection (number 66).

34. GWS Giants exchange Jed Anderson (NT Zone Selection), Its On-Traded Round Two Selection (currently number 29) and its Round Four Selection (currently number 68) to Hawthorn for Stephen Gilham, its On-Traded Round Two Selection (currently number 28) and its Round Three Selection (currently number 65).

35. Melbourne exchange Stefan Martin to the Brisbane Lions for its Round Three Selection (currently number 53) and its Round Four Selection (currently number 73).

36. Collingwood exchanged its Round Two selection (currently number 42) and its On-Traded Round Three Selection (currently number 48) to North Melbourne for its On-Traded Round Two Selection (currently number 39).

37. Sydney Swans exchanged Trent Dennis-Lane to St Kilda for its On-Traded Round Three Selection (currently number 47).

38. St Kilda exchange Jamie Cripps and its On-Traded Round Three Selection (currently number 46) to West Coast for its Round Two Selection (currently number 41) and its On-Traded Round Two Selection (currently number 44).

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