The Adelaide Crows have revealed their best 22 of all time, with the club celebrating 30 years in the AFL.
An expert panel of John Reid, Trevor Jaques, John Condon, Michael Taylor, Mike Sheahan and Chris McDermott was selected to pick the team, with their votes being compiled alongside those of members to pick the greatest team in Crows' history.
Crows Heritage Committee Chairman John Reid said the team would stand up strongly against any other in the AFL.
Andrew McLeod was the most popular pick among members, winning over 99% of the vote, while Tony Modra and Mark Ricciuto were second and third in the member's voting at just under 99%.
The midfield sees dual-premiership winner Tyson Edwards and Rory Sloane line up on the wings, while 312-gamer and eight-time all-Australian Ricciuto was an obvious pick in the centre. Shaun Rehn, another dual-premiership winner won the ruck position, while Patrick Dangerfield and Rony McGuiness were also selected.
Bickley was named as captain, while Malcolm Blight, who coached the team to two premierships, has been named as the man to lead the way.
“Although it was a tough job, a lot of the guys picked themselves and this became obvious when looking at the players who were nominated by the Members,” Reid said.
“I have no doubt this side would represent our Club admirably against other similarly picked sides in the competition.”
The full team
FB: Hart, Rutten, Bickley (c)
HB: McLeod, Talia, Smart
C: Edwards, Ricciuto, Sloane
HF: Thompsojn, Robran, Goodwin
FF: Betts, Modra, Jarman
FOL: Rehn, Dangerfield, McGuinness
IC: Walker, Johncock, Laird, McDermott