SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 27: Trent Dumont of the Roos marks the ball in front of Jarrad McVeigh of the Swans during the 2016 AFL Round 10 match between the Sydney Swans and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at the Sydney Cricket Ground on May 27, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Anthony Pearse/AFL Media/Getty Images)

A court date has been set for North Melbourne midfielder Trent Dumont, who will stand trial on one count of aggravated robbery.

Dumont, who is alleged to have been involved in the robbery of a taxi driver in October 2014 in Adelaide, will stand trial at the District Court of South Australia on January 23, 2017. Three to four days has been set aside for the hearing for Dumont and his co-accused.

The 20-year-old, who was selected by the Roos with pick No.30 in the 2013 National Draft, has played 10 games, including the past two matches. He made his debut in Round 4, 2015.

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    • How exactly are we dirty on the field? None of our players have pulled a Jonas/Barry hall, or eye gauged anybody, and our largest suspension of recent times was trying to get the footy.

  1. Heard he was trying to knock off this years premiership cup because he worked out his team couldn’t pull it off by themselves, got caught hey Donny Dancey.

  2. No no no it was a Collingwood player………..amazing how this has been kept quiet…….Come on Robbo put this exclusive on the front page of the rag you write for…….

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