Two Kennedys to bring up 100th game, no joshing
IN AN extraordinary coincidence, the two Josh Kennedys in the AFL both play their 100th games for their clubs this weekend.
Sydney's Kennedy, traded from Hawthorn at the end of 2009, will play his 100th straight game for the Swans tonight against Collingwood at ANZ Stadium.
His namesake at West Coast will bring up his 100th game for the Eagles against the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium tomorrow.
West Coast's Kennedy (pictured) came to the club in the 2007 trade that saw Chris Judd switch to Carlton.
GWS GIANTS coach Leon Cameron will unveil another of the club's talented youngsters when Josh Kelly debuts against St Kilda at Etihad Stadium today.
The No.2 pick at the 2013 national draft, Kelly is a left-footed midfielder from Victoria who earned All-Australian honours at last year's U18 championships, averaging 27 possessions.
Giants Phil Davis (kidney), Rhys Palmer (hamstring) and Dylan Shiel (quad) could not be considered.