Exciting youngster Arthur Jones will remain in the red, white and blue for at least the next two years, after penning a contract extension this week. 

The 19-year-old from Mount Barker, WA was drafted with pick 43 in the 2021 National Draft and is a product of WAFL side Claremont.

Jones broke through for his senior debut against Brisbane in round three and has played every game since so far. 

Prior to his debut, Jones bided his time with Footscray in the VFL, playing 16 matches across his first season in red, white and blue.  

Bulldogs’ General Manager of List Management and Recruiting, Sam Power, said it was pleasing to lock Jones in for another two years.

“Arthur has had a taste of senior football this year and has shown some exciting qualities across the forward line with his pressure and pace,” Power said

“He has an infectious personality and loved team member that brings energy and enthusiasm to the group on and off the field.

“We look forward to Arthur running out in the red, white and blue for years to come.”

Jones has played three games in 2023, averaging six touches and two tackles per game to begin his career.

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