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Cunningham commits for three more

Cunningham signs on - April 19, 2016 Harry Cunningham has signed a new deal to remain at the Club until the end of the 2019 season.
Harry Cunningham has signed a three year contract extension with the Club.

The Sydney Swans have secured another key signature for the long term with versatile midfielder Harry Cunningham committing to a three-year contract extension.

The new deal will see Cunningham remain in the red and white until at least the end of 2019.

The 22-year-old has played 56 games for the Swans since being recruited from the Riverina Football League with selection No. 93 in the rookie draft of 2011. He made his debut in Round 1, 2012 in the inaugural Sydney Derby against the Giants and at the end of that season was elevated from the rookie list.

Swans General Manager of Football Tom Harley says Cunningham is a shining example of how hard work pays off.

“Since coming to our football club Harry has demonstrated a terrific work and training ethic – being a promoted rookie is a great endorsement of just how hard he has worked throughout his career,” Harley said. 

“Harry is a fantastic contributor to our club on and off the field, and with the way the game is going we see his versatility as extremely important.

“Away from football, Harry’s community work is evidence of his character and values. He’s just a great person to have around the club and we’re rapt that he has recommitted.”

Harry Cunningham’s Stats

DOB: 6 December 1993

Guernsey No. 7

Debut: Round 1, 2012 v Giants

Games: 56

Goals: 35

2014 AFL Rising Star nomination