Gold Coast half back Aaron Hall is officially a North Melbourne player, with the trade finalised today.
The 27-year-old has made the move to Arden St, with pick 68 going back the other way.
Hall played 103 games for the Suns since being taken at pick 7 in the 2012 pre-season draft.
He's kicked 76 goals and picked up 27 Brownlow votes in that time.
North have been particularly active in this trade period — despite missing out on Andrew Gaff — with Dom Tyson, Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard all coming to the club.
North hold picks 31, 42, 48 and 58 going into next month's draft.
Gold Coast are still swearing on the future of skipper Steven May, with co-captain Tom Lynch already a Richmond player.
Jack Scrimshaw also appears set to leave the club, with George Horlin-Smith likely to move to the Suns from Geelong.