Utility Anthony Scott has extended his time at the Kennel, signing on for a further two seasons at the Western Bulldogs.

The contract extension will tie Scott to the Club until at least the end of the 2025 season.

Since joining the list via the 2021 pre-season supplemental selection period, the 28-year-old has played 55 matches in the red, white and blue.

His best outing of 2023 so far came against Carlton in Round 9, where he kicked three goals in a 20-point victory.


He has also tallied 11 goals from 20 games this season, highlighting his versatility and ability to play whatever role is required of him.

Bulldogs’ GM of List Management and Recruiting, Sam Power, was pleased to lock away Scott for a further two seasons.

“Since arriving at the Club as a mature-age recruit, Scotty has played an important role displaying his versatility and team first attitude,” Power said.

“He has played across all three lines during his AFL career and continues to be reliable in any position he plays.

“Having played just over 50 games, Anthony still has plenty of growth left in his football and we look forward to watching his development over the next two years.”