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The Gold Coast Suns have made little to no progress since joining the Australian Football League in 2011.

The AFL’s pet project has failed to make the finals and, despite being awarded a bevy of first-round draft selections in its formative years, has fallen down the ladder instead of climbing it.

After signing the game’s best player, Gary Ablett Jr, there was hope that the expansion team would be able to capture some of the growing Queensland market and deliver on the field.

To date, the club has failed on both fronts. A large majority of its young and senior talent has departed the club, which has sacked two coaches in seven years.

Worst of all, Ablett – the club’s first captain and the best player of the last two decades – has returned to Geelong to finish his glorious career.

Is there any hope on the horizon for the Suns? Certainly not in the short term. With new coach Stuart Dew taking the reins and bringing in fresh and talented youth through the draft, the Suns will hope to show some promising signs for the future.

Let’s take a look at where we can find value in this year’s AFL betting markets.

About the Gold Coast Suns

Established: 2011
Home ground: Metricon Stadium
Coach: Stuart Dew
Captain: Tom Lynch, Steven May
Premierships: 0
2018 ladder finish: 17th

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Updated Gold Coast Suns futures betting

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Gold Coast Suns 2019 AFL fixture

Gold Coast Suns Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, March 24 1:10pm AEDT
2 Fremantle Dockers Metricon Stadium Sunday, March 31 3:40pm AEST
3 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 7 2:20pm AEST
4 Carlton Blues Metricon Stadium Sunday, April 14 2:40pm AEST
5 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Sunday, April 21 4:10pm ACST
6 Brisbane Lions Metricon Stadium Saturday, April 27 1:45pm AEST
7 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Saturday, May 4 6:10pm AWST
8 Melbourne Demons Metricon Stadium Saturday, May 11 4:35pm AEST
9 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Sunday, May 19 12:40pm ACST
10 Geelong Cats Metricon Stadium Saturday, May 25 7:25pm AEST
11 GWS Giants Sydney Showground Saturday, June 1 1:45pm AEST
12 North Melbourne Kangaroos Metricon Stadium Saturday, June 8 4:35pm AEST
13 St Kilda Saints Riverway Stadium Saturday, June 15 1:45pm AEST
14 BYE
15 Sydney Swans SCG Saturday, June 29 4:35pm AEST
16 Richmond Tigers Metricon Stadium Saturday, July 6 2:10pm AEST
17 Adelaide Crows Metricon Stadium Saturday, July 13 7:25pm AEST
18 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 20 2:10pm AEST
19 Essendon Bombers Metricon Stadium Sunday, July 28 4:40pm AEST
20 Collingwood Magpies MCG Sunday, August 4 1:10pm AEST
21 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Saturday, August 10 4:35pm AEST
22 Hawthorn Hawks Marvel Stadium Sunday, August 18 4:40pm AEST
23 GWS Giants Metricon Stadium TBA TBA

Gold Coast Suns 2018 playing list

Gold Coast Suns squad
Games Goals
No Player Name Ht Wt DoB Debut Recruited From 2018 Career 2018 Career
1 Pearce Hanley 185 85 15.11.88 Rd 21,2008 County Mayo (Ireland)/Brisbane 142 59
2 Jack Scrimshaw 193 84 04.09.98 Beaumaris (Vic)/Haileybury (Vic)/Sandringham U18 4 0
3 Matt Rosa 191 84 23.11.86 Rd 17,2005 Warracknabeal (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/West Coast 202 44
4 Jack Martin 186 79 29.01.95 Rd 1,2014 Towns (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 66 59
5 Jarrod Harbrow 178 73 18.07.88 Rd 4,2007 Cairns (Qld)/Mooroopna (Vic)/Murray U18/Western Bulldogs 202 53
6 Alex Sexton 186 82 03.12.93 Rd 8,2012 Springwood (Qld)/Redland (NEAFL) 75 43
7 Jesse Lonergan 184 91 14.11.94 Launceston (Tas) 55 6
8 Brayden Fiorini 186 75 22.08.97 Greensborough (Vic)/Northern U18 15 7
9 Ben Ainsworth 178 76 10.02.98 Morwell (Vic)/Gippsland U18 13 14
10 Kade Kolodjashnij 190 85 09.08.95 Prospect (Tas)/Launceston (Tas) 70 13
11 Touk Miller 178 81 22.02.96 Maribyrnong Park (Vic)/Calder U18 60 18
12 Sam Day 197 102 06.09.92 Rd 7,2011 Mitcham Hawks (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 98 65
13 Callum Ah Chee 182 71 09.10.97 Kelmscott (WA)/South Fremantle (WAFL) 30 21
14 Lachie Weller 181 79 23.02.96 Southport (Qld)/Broadbeach (Qld)/Fremantle 47 17
15 Aaron Young 189 83 06.12.92 Wantirna South (Vic)/Yarra Valley Grammar (Vic)/Eastern U18/Port Adelaide 76 62
16 Rory Thompson 200 100 12.03.91 Rd 16,2011 Southport (Qld) 86 7
17 Steven May 193 102 10.01.92 Rd 6,2011 Southern Districts (NT)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/NT U18 106 18
18 Brad Scheer 184 84 31.08.98 Palm Beach-Currumbin (Qld) 4 0
19 Tom J. Lynch 199 98 31.10.92 Sorrento (Vic)/Dandenong U18 121 234
20 Michael Barlow 189 91 18.12.87 Rd 1,2010 Shepparton United (Vic)/Werribee (VFL)/Fremantle 138 91
21 Jack Leslie 197 98 27.04.95 Nambrook-Newry (Vic)/Gippsland U18 19 0
22 Tom Nicholls 203 102 04.03.92 Rd 8,2011 Cheltenham (Vic)/Sandringham U18 45 7
23 Sean Lemmens 184 74 02.11.94 Rd 1,2014 Salisbury (SA)/Port Adelaide (SANFL) 69 16
24 David Swallow 185 86 19.11.92 Rd 2,2011 Rossmoyne (WA)/East Fremantle (WAFL) 97 50
25 Jarryd Lyons 184 82 22.07.92 Rd 5,2012 St Peters (Vic)/Sandringham U18/Adelaide 73 42
26 Harrison Wigg 180 78 16.10.96 Broadview (SA)/North Adelaide (SANFL)/Adelaide List 0 0
27 Wil Powell 184 65 26.08.99 Scarborough (WA)/Claremont (WAFL) 0 0
28 Jarrod Witts 209 111 13.09.92 Rd 6,2013 St Ives (NSW)/Sydney University (NSW)/Collingwood 58 20
29 Jack Bowes 187 78 26.01.98 Surfers Paradise (Qld)/Cairns Saints (Qld) 11 2
30 Peter Wright 203 100 08.09.96 Moonee Valley (Vic)/Calder U18 42 59
31 Charlie Ballard 196 82 23.07.99 Mitcham (SA)/Sturt (SANFL) 0 0
32 Brayden Crossley 198 101 16.08.99 Labrador (Qld)/Southport (Qld) 0 0
33 Aaron Hall 185 84 09.11.90 Rd 1,2012 Hobart (Tas) 97 75
35 Michael Rischitelli 185 84 08.01.86 Rd 17,2004 Keilor (Vic)/Western U18/Brisbane 215 88
36 Josh Schoenfeld 186 75 03.07.97 Rockingham (WA)/Peel Thunder (WAFL) 8 3
38 Jesse Joyce 191 90 17.08.97 Palm Beach-Currumbin (Qld) 28 1
41 Will Brodie 189 82 23.08.98 Shepparton (Vic)/Murray U18 3 0
42 Connor Nutting 187 80 09.10.99 Broadbeach (Qld)/Brisbane (NEAFL) 0 0

Gold Coast Suns records

Most matches: Jarrod Harbrow – 154 (2011-present)
Most goals kicked in one match: Charlie Dixon – 7 goals (Rd 14, 2015)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Gary Ablett Jr – 4 (2011-13, 2017)
Most matches as coach: Guy McKenna – 88 (2011-2014)
Most goals in a season: Tom Lynch – 66 (2016)
Most career goals: Tom Lynch – 254 (2011-2017)

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