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Bulldogs delist 80-game forward in first list change after season's end


Out-of-contract Western Bulldog Mitch Hannan won’t be offered a new deal at Whitten Oval, the club announced on Tuesday.

Hannan made 30 appearances at the Bulldogs among 80 career games. He was traded from Melbourne in 2020.

He managed six games in 2023 but only one after Round 14. He ruptured his Achilles earlier this month, an injury that was set to rule him out for much of 2024.

In a club statement, Bulldogs list manager Sam Power praised Hannan for his efforts at the Dogs, including his performance in the 2021 Grand Final.

“Mitch has contributed strongly across his time at the Bulldogs, highlighted by playing a pivotal role in the Club’s push towards the Grand Final in 2021,” Power said.

“He’s been a fantastic team-mate inside the locker room, and we wish him all the best for the next stage of his career.”

Hannan, 29, was traded to the Dogs three years ago for a third round selection. He kicked three goals in 2023 while being subbed in or out on three occasions.

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