The Western Bulldogs have confirmed that Kieran Collins and Nathan Mullenger-McHugh have not been offered contracts for the 2019 season.
Collins spent three years at the Bulldogs after being a second-round selection in the 2015 NAB AFL Draft, and played his sole game for the Club in Round 9, 2016.
Mullenger-McHugh has been on the Bulldogs’ rookie list for the past two seasons and represented the Club’s VFL team Footscray 37 times, booting 19 goals.
“We’d like to thank Kieran and Nathan for their hard work and commitment during their time at the Western Bulldogs, and we wish them all the best for the future,” said the Club’s General Manager of List and Recruiting, Sam Power.
The Bulldogs have made four changes to their 2018 playing list at this stage, following the retirements of Clay Smith and Shane Biggs.