Sydney Swans ruckman Callum Sinclair has agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension.
The 29-year-old, who joined Sydney from West Coast in the 2015 exchange period, will now be a Swan until at least the end of 2021.
Originally recruited as a rookie in 2012, Sinclair has played 59 games in red and white, for a career total of 88, and has kicked 54 goals.
He arguably had his best season last year when he played all 23 games, averaging 29 hit-outs and 15 disposals and being presented the Swans Most Improved award.
Sydney’s Head of Football Charlie Gardiner says it’s a great result to have secured Sinclair’s services.
“We’re really happy that Callum has committed to the club for another two years,” Gardiner said.
“Ever since coming to the Swans, Callum has been an outstanding clubman and an incredibly popular teammate.
“His football has been at a really high standard for a while now, particularly in the past 12 months when he shouldered the primary ruck role for the whole season.
“Cal's started season 2019 in a similar fashion and we look forward to seeing him continue to develop and contribute to the team.”
Callum Sinclair statistics
Draft history: Pick 12, 2013 Rookie Draft
Drafted from: Port Melbourne (VFL)/Subiaco (WAFL)
Games: 88 (59 Sydney)
Goals: 54 (36 Sydney)
2017 Swans Best Clubman
2018 Swans Most Improved
Guernsey No. 18