THE AFL welcomed four Central District players into its system on Thursday and Friday at the national draft, spearheaded by Trinity College’s Jackson Hately.
TRINITY College’s Jackson Hately is expected to realise his AFL dream tomorrow night at the 2018 AFL draft at Marvel Stadium in Victoria.
CENTRAL District’s reserves have advanced to the semi-finals after they defeated West Adelaide by 25 points in SANFL action at Coopers Stadium on Saturday morning.
LOCAL footballers Jez McLennan and Jackson Hately are on the radars of AFL clubs after they were two of six South Australians named in the AFL Under 18 All-Australian side this past week.
THREE Barossa, Light & Gawler-based Central District footballers have been selected in the South Australian under 18 squad to compete at the AFL National Championships in June and July.
LOCAL footballer Jackson Hately will be spending this week at Port Adelaide Football Club as a part of his NAB AFL Academy Placement.
LOCAL football prodigy Jackson Hately was recently part of South Australia’s under 16s national championship-winning squad.
TRINITY College student and Central District footballer Jackson Hately is part of the 30-member South Australian squad for the under 16s national championships.