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Dogs make further list changes

October 25, 2017 3:59 PM

Crameri has spent four seasons at the Bulldogs since crossing from Essendon at the end of the 2013 season. (Photo: AFL Media) - Western Bulldogs,Stewart Crameri,Mitch Honeychurch

Crameri has spent four seasons at the Bulldogs since crossing from Essendon at the end of the 2013 season. (Photo: AFL Media)

The Western Bulldogs Football Club has made two further changes to its playing list following the completion of the 2017 free agency and trade period.

Stewart Crameri has not been offered a contract for the 2018 season, while Mitch Honeychurch has signed a one-year extension to remain at VU Whitten Oval.

Travis Cloke has also announced his retirement.

Crameri has spent four seasons at the Bulldogs since crossing from Essendon at the end of the 2013 season, kicking 69 goals over 40 games before being restricted by suspension and injuries.

“Stewie showed what he was very capable of in those first two seasons with us, where his combination of athleticism and power was a feature,” Bulldogs List Manager Jason McCartney said.

“Through a variety of circumstances he’s only been able to get on the park five times over the last 24 months.

“We thank him for his efforts and dedication to the club and wish him well in the future.”

Mitch Honeychurch has played 22 games since being drafted with pick #60 in the 2013 NAB AFL Draft.

The 22-year-old added six games to his career tally in 2017, where he averaged 15 disposals per contest, including six score involvements and his 5.7 tackles per game, placing him fourth at the Club.

McCartney said the Club held high hopes for the tenacious Honeychurch.

“Mitch has improved every year he’s been at the Club, and if it weren’t for a late season injury, I’ve got no doubt he would have played a few more games in 2017,” he said.

“We look forward  to seeing Mitch continue to develop as a player and as a person in our program.”