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Stars pick of bunch

North Melbourne fans will be given the opportunity to see two of their stars in action this month, with Robbie Tarrant and Shaun Higgins set to play in the AFLX tournament.

The Roos’ leaders were two of 48 players drafted by the captains on Wednesday night, with Tarrant selected by Geelong’s Patrick Dangerfield for Bolts, and Higgins chosen by Tiger Jack Riewoldt for Rampage.

The tournament will be held at Marvel Stadium on February 22, with each of the four teams playing three matches, before the top two sides face off in the final.

View the full list of teams here: 

Team Deadly

Eddie Betts (Adelaide)
Shaun Burgoyne (Hawthorn)
Bradley Hill (Fremantle)
Jarrod Harbrow (Gold Coast)
Tim Kelly (Geelong)
Chad Wingard (Hawthorn)
Travis Varcoe (Collingwood)
Steven May (Melbourne)
Lewis Jetta (West Coast)
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon)
Joel Hamling (Fremantle)
Willie Rioli (West Coast)
Sam Powell-Pepper (Port Adelaide)
Cameron Ellis-Yolmen (Adelaide) 

Team Rampage

Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)
Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
Lachie Whitfield (GWS)
Rory Sloane (Adelaide)
Phil Davis (GWS)
Dayne Zorko (Brisbane)
Isaac Smith (Hawthorn)
Luke Bruest (Hawthorn)
Easton Wood (Western Bulldogs)
Tom McDonald (Melbourne)
Dylan Shiel (Essendon)
Shaun Higgins (North Melbourne)
Tim Membrey (St Kilda)
Zac Fisher (Carlton) 

Team Flyers

Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)
Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs)
Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)
Alex Rance (Richmond)
Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
Isaac Heeney (Sydney)
Stephen Coniglio (GWS)
Rory Laird (Adelaide)
Travis Boak (Port Adelaide)
Lachie Hunter (Western Bulldogs)
Aliir Aliir (Sydney)
Michael Hurley (Essendon)
Josh Kennedy (Sydney)
Jack Higgins (Richmond)

Team Bolts

Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
Luke Hodge (Brisbane)
Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood)
Mark Blicavs (Geelong)
Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
Andrew Gaff (West Coast)
Luke Parker (Sydney)
Jaidyn Stephenson (Collingwood)
Andrew McGrath (Essendon)
Jack Billings (St Kilda)
Daniel Rich (Brisbane)
Robbie Tarrant (North Melbourne)
Jack Steele (St Kilda)

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