Eddie Ford with Royal Children's Hospital patient Georgia ahead of the SuperClash

North Melbourne will take an unchanged line-up into the sold-out 2024 Good Friday SuperClash, with high-flying forward Eddie Ford named as the substitute for the match against Carlton.

Senior coach Alastair Clarkson and his selection committee kept faith with the team that made an explosive start against Fremantle in Round 2, before fading as the Dockers ran away with the game.

George Wardlaw will start on the ball after joining an exclusive club of two-time Rising Star nominees for his 23-disposal performance against the Dockers.


Tom Powell, who extended his contract at Arden St on Tuesday, has been named on the interchange bench alongside Darcy Tucker, Bailey Scott and Jaidyn Stephenson.

Hugh Greenwood, Liam Shiels and Blake Drury are this week's emergencies.

Help change the lives of children and families

The Good Friday Appeal is the focal point of the SuperClash, as both clubs celebrate the real superheroes of Good Friday: the patients, families and staff of the Royal Children’s Hospital.

Proceeds from the game, including $5 from every adult ticket and $10 from every family ticket sold, will go to the Good Friday Appeal to support the continuation of the Royal Children’s Hospital’s world-class care.

Good Friday football has already raised over $1.7m since 2017, and the Kangaroos need your help this year as we aim to break the $2m mark.

>> Donate to the Good Friday Appeal here


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