Trade wrap, day seven: Irish sisters on the move, Daisy becomes a Dog

GRACE Kelly is now a Saint, sister Niamh has moved to Adelaide with teammate Amber Ward, Nikki Gore has jumped to Fremantle, while inactive Crow Jess Sedunary is now an Eagle.

Former West Coast forward Grace Kelly made the switch to the Saints in return for pick No.54 (currently No.9 in the West Australian draft pool).

A Gaelic footballer from County Mayo, Kelly has kicked nine goals from her 23 games. She hit a rich patch of form with seven majors last year, but managed just one in 2022.

Niamh Kelly and Ward were traded to Adelaide in exchange for Sedunary and pick No.43.

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Midfielder Kelly has played 22 games from her three seasons, while key defender Ward is returning home to South Australia after two years and 14 games at the Eagles.

Sedunary, an inaugural Crow, sat out the 2022 season, having turned her attention to cycling, but has returned to football for the second half of the year.

The Gore deal was completed for picks 40 and 75, with pick 60 also going west to Fremantle along with the small defender/midfielder.

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North Melbourne received picks 28, 52 and 55 from Hawthorn in exchange for 26 and 72.

The Kangaroos and Western Bulldogs have agreed to a deal for small forward Daisy Bateman.

Pick 74 travelled with Bateman to the Kennel, with picks 72 and 90 coming back to North Melbourne.

Bateman has kicked 22 goals from 34 games at the Kangaroos.

Daisy Bateman celebrates a goal for North Melbourne against Geelong in round one, 2022. Picture: AFL Photos

Meanwhile, winger Kaitlyn Ashmore will be a Hawk, after a deal was agreed to between the Kangaroos and Hawthorn, while Carlton leading goalkicker Courtney Jones has moved to Gold Coast. previously reported the Hawks had hopes to secure Ashmore, but that the Roos were keen to retain the classy mover.

North Melbourne has received pick No.51 (currently 26 in the Victorian pool of the state-based draft) in return for the 49-gamer, with 33 of her matches coming for the Roos and the remaining 16 at Brisbane in the early years of the competition.

The 30-year-old will be the third Roo to cross to the new AFLW side, following expansion signings Jess Duffin and Aileen Gilroy.

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Jones had a breakout season in 2022, kicking eight goals in nine games after making her debut in round one, following two years on Carlton's list.

Initially selected with pick No.59 in 2019, she will be traded for pick No.49.

The Suns needed to boost its forward line stocks following the departures of Sarah Perkins (Hawthorn) and Kate Surman (Port Adelaide).

Courtney Jones celebrates a goal during round seven, 2022. Picture: AFL Photos

Adelaide has also confirmed star midfield duo Ebony Marinoff (two years) and Anne Hatchard had recommitted to the club, while GWS has retained former Sydney academy forward Jess Doyle (two years).

The core of GWS' team have also signed contract extensions to tie them to the club till the end of 2023: Alyce Parker, Alicia Eva, Bec Beeson, Nicola Barr, Pepa Randall, Chloe Dalton, Georgia Garnett and Tarni Evans.

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Port Adelaide has signed former WNBL basketballer Olivia Levicki as a rookie.

The 29-year-old stands at 188cm and is set to play in the ruck, having featured for Townsville, the Melbourne Boomers and Perth Lynx in the WNBL, playing under her maiden name of Thompson.

She was scouted by superstar Erin Phillips while playing basketball for South Adelaide earlier this year, before going through a skills session with coach Lauren Arnell.

"A few weeks after that game, Erin reached out to me on Instagram and asked If I was interested in trying football," Levicki said.

Olivia Levicki has enjoyed a decorated career in basketball before to making the code switch to AFL. Picture: Matt Sampson/PAFC

"I was like 'oh my god, I did not expect that!'. I got offered an amazing opportunity and it was kind of out of the blue, but I knew I would look back and wonder 'what if?', if I didn’t take it. The last few weeks have been a complete whirlwind."

Carlton has moved up the draft order, landing pick No.18 (No.9 Vic) from Hawthorn.

In exchange, the Hawks have gained picks 25 (12), 28 (14) and 55 (30).

The first 13 national selections are locked to expansion clubs and cannot be traded.

Carlton now has consecutive Victorian first-round picks, with selection Nos. 8 and 9.

Day 7 Approved Trades

North Melbourne trade Kaitlyn Ashmore to Hawthorn for Pick 51

Carlton trade Courtney Jones to Gold Coast SUNS for Pick 49

Hawthorn trade Pick 18 to Carlton for Pick 25, Pick 28 and Pick 55

West Coast Eagles trade Grace Kelly to St Kilda for Pick 54

North Melbourne trade Daisy Bateman and Pick 74 to the Western Bulldogs for Pick 72 and Pick 90

Hawthorn trade Pick 28, Pick 52 and Pick 55 to North Melbourne for Pick 26 and Pick 72

West Coast Eagles trade Niamh Kelly and Amber Ward to the Adelaide Crows for Jessica Sedunary and Pick 43

Adelaide Crows trade Nikki Gore and Pick 60 to Fremantle for Pick 40 and Pick 75

Expansion (Open Age) Signings

Rookie Signings:

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