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Port Power's rollercoaster 2023 season was something to behold. They shot up with a 13-game win streak, only to come crashing down in the semis to GWS. 

The young guns of Port Adelaide were flexing all season long, but now they're left scratching their heads about some underperforming old-timers. It's like having a killer party, but the DJ suddenly decides to play a slow jam. Grade for the season? Let's give them a solid B-.

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    Blundstone Arena, Hobart

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    GIANTS Stadium, Sydney

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    People First Stadium, Gold Coast

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    Marvel Stadium, Melbourne

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    Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

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About this Event

So, did Port Adelaide play their cards right or fold too soon? Well, they went from the bottom of the deck in eleventh place last season to a respectable third this time around. But hold the confetti – the fairy-tale comeback turned into a horror story in the finals. Fans are left with a bitter taste, especially after locking in coach Ken Hinkley for two more years. The hype train derailed, and now the club is left with a bag full of tough questions for the next season.

Let's dissect what worked

A midfield shake-up with Zak Butters leading the charge was the secret. Young guns like Connor Rozee and the fresh-face Jason Horne-Francis added spice to the mix. But, hey, even a winning recipe can taste a bit bland when you rely too much on the spice trio. Experience and leadership? Butters and Rozee got it covered.

Where did it all go wrong? 

The young midfield brigade took a siesta during the finals, leaving the rest of the team stranded. Age caught up with pillars like Scott Lycett and Trent McKenzie, and even Charlie Dixon seemed like he misplaced his mojo. Ollie Wines, the Brownlow medallist, joined the struggle bus too. Coach Hinkley's got a puzzle on his hands – how to light a fire under both the rookies and the seasoned players. Plus, Travis Boak's contract saga is turning into a soap opera.

The MVP – Zak Butters

This dude was untouchable in the midfield, bagging the AFLCA's Champion Player of the Year. Despite being built like a marathon runner, the 23-year-old owned the contested possessions and ranked high in clearances and score involvements. Midfield buddy Rozee and solid defender Dan Houston also deserve their moment in the spotlight with All-Australian blazers.

2024 is a make-or-break year for Port Adelaide

Port have recruited some new blood to bolster their defence. Brandon Zerk-Thatcher from Essendon and Esava Ratugolea from Geelong are here to turn the Power's defence into a fortress. Last season's defensive struggles are fresh in everyone's minds, so it's a bit like Port Adelaide went shopping for some tall security guards.

But it's not just the backline that's had a makeover. Ivan Soldo from Richmond and Jordon Sweet from the Dogs have been added to the ruck division. Last season's ruck headaches, especially when Scott Lycett was out, are still haunting memories. Now, with some fresh legs and bodies in the mix, the Power are hoping to avoid a repeat performance.

And let's not forget the perpetual hot seat occupant, coach Ken Hinkley. Despite a bumpy exit from the finals, he's been given a two-year extension. It's like a coaching rollercoaster – you're in for the ride, whether you like it or not.

The ageless wonder, Travis Boak

This man's got one more year in him, and he's not going quietly. After a lacklustre 2023, he's hitting the gym, leading the young guns overseas for some fitness adventures, and getting ready for a redemption arc. If anyone can defy the age odds, it's Boak.

It's not all about the old guard, however. The Power's young talent is a force to be reckoned with. Captain about to turn 24, vice-captain even younger, and a midfield bull at the ripe age of 20. The Power are building a footy dynasty, and the veterans better keep up.

Now, for the burning questions. Is the ruck problem sorted with Soldo and Sweet? Can Mitch Georgiades bounce back after a knee injury, or should we all be patient and let him find his feet? Todd Marshall, the forward linchpin, is at a crossroads – can he become the go-to guy? Can the defensive trio of Aliir Aliir, Esava Ratugolea, and Brandon Zerk-Thatcher create an impenetrable wall?

And, of course, the big question mark – can Travis Boak turn back the clock and prove the naysayers wrong?

It's the season of anticipation. Will Port Adelaide unleash a powerhouse performance or be left pondering what could have been? One thing's for sure: 2024 is shaping up to be a wild ride for the Power. 

Footy season is back, so where do you get your Port Adelaide AFL 2024 Season tickets?

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