Stack misses the mark but could be in for a second chance

Cousins Ian 'Bobby' Hill and Sydney Stack (right) in 2017 who have had a crack at this year's AFL draft.

Cousins Ian 'Bobby' Hill and Sydney Stack (right) in 2017 who have had a crack at this year's AFL draft.

After an impressive AFL Draft day for local Ian ‘Bobby’ Hill, cousin Sydney Stack still has his sights set on playing the game at an elite level with the Richmond Tigers inviting him to train with the club at Punt Road. 

Stack, who played for the Colts, Reserves and League side for the Perth Demons in the WAFL this season was overlooking at last week’s draft.

In his 11 games for the Colts he averaged 23.2 disposals a game and scored three goals and three behinds.

For the Reserves Stack played one game and had 15 disposals and one behind.

Stack finished his WAFL season playing three league games averaging 14 disposals and kicking one goal and two disposals.

The Tigers have submitted a request to the AFL since the draft and is waiting for League approval.

If given the opportunity Stack could train with the side during the pre-season and could join Richmond’s list under new rookie rules.