AFL Rd 9 - Fremantle v Collingwood
PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 02: Caleb Serong of the Dockers handpasses the ball during the round nine AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium on August 02, 2020 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Photos/via Getty Images)

Port Adelaide great Kane Cornes has named the three clubs he is buying stocks in for 2021.

With the national, pre-season and rookie drafts now all wrapped up, clubs have finalised their lists for next season.

Speaking on SEN SA Breakfast, Cornes imagined that all clubs were on the stock market and he was investing in shares.

Below are the three clubs he would buy stocks in.


The Dockers are one of the league's most promising rising teams centred around their next-generation of talent, led by the likes of Adam Cerra, Andy Brayshaw, Caleb Serong and Hayden Young.

In his first year as coach in 2020 Justin Longmuir implemented his game style and showed that this team is moving in the right direction.

Cornes said: “If I was on the stock market and I was buying shares in a club, I’d buy shares in Fremantle.

“I love the list that they’re building. It’s not going to be next year, but in the next couple of years.

Sydney Swans

The second team on Cornes' list is the Swans, who like the Dockers, have one of the best young nuclei of talent in the league.

Sydney added to their stocks in last night's draft with Picks 4 and 5 Logan McDonald and Braeden Campbell.

Cornes said: “I’d certainly buy shares in the Sydney Swans.”

Port Adelaide

Rounding out Cornes' list is his former club, the Power.

Port Adelaide charged to the top of the ladder in 2020 and took Richmond all the way in the preliminary final, falling by just six points.

Cornes said: “And I’ve already got a stack of shares in Port Adelaide.

“Can I get carried away for a minute? Port Adelaide don’t have one hole in their list. Not one.

“There’s not one need on Port Adelaide’s list.”