Why Brownlow Medallist is “confused” with St Kilda's draft choice

Why Brownlow Medallist is “confused” with St Kilda's draft choice

Gerard Healy can’t understand St Kilda’s choice to pass on local boy Josh Sinn and instead pick Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera with their first pick in the draft. Sinn, a former captain of the Sandringham Dragons, was available at the Saints' pick 11, however the club chose to instead take South Australian wingman Wanganeen-Milera, who is the nephew of Power great Gavin Wanganeen and son of former Saint Terry Milera. The Power were reportedly keen on Sinn before the draft and pounced on him with their first pick at number 12, having traded up to secure the defender ahead of the Bombers. Healy believes young captains have a history of proving recruiters wrong, and the Saints might have missed a trick by ignoring the talent under their nose. “For all intents and …
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