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Cloke becomes a Bulldog

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Travis Cloke has been traded to the Western Bulldogs after 246 games with Collingwood. Photo: AFL Images.

Travis Cloke has had his wish to be traded to the Western Bulldogs granted, with the two clubs reaching an agreement this afternoon.

After a 10-day wait, Cloke has been traded to the Whitten Oval in exchange for pick 76 in this year's National Draft.

The trade brings to an end a storied career in Black and White.

Cloke played 246 games for Collingwood after joining the club under the father-son rule in 2004.

An ANZAC Day debut was followed by a Copeland Trophy in 2007 and four consecutive Gordon Coventry trophies for leading goalkicker between 2011 and 2014.

Cloke played 13 games for the Magpies in 2016 and leaves after a 12-year career which won him a place in the hearts of many Collingwood supporters.

Travis Cloke

Games:
264
Goals: 441
Drafted: Pick 38, 2004 National Draft (father-son)
Awards: Premiership player (2010), All Australian (2011, 2013), Copeland Trophy (2007), JJ Joyce Trophy - 3rd in B&F (2011, 2013), Bob Rose Award - Best Finals Player (2007)