The Sydney Swans have traded ruckman Darcy Cameron and pick 62 in this year’s AFL Draft to Collingwood in exchange for pick 56.

Cameron was recruited by the Swans with pick 48 in the 2016 AFL Draft from Claremont in Western Australia.

The 24-year-old played one senior game for the Swans, against the Gold Coast Suns in 2018, and a further 39 games in the NEAFL over three seasons. 

Swans Head of Football Charlie Gardiner thanked Cameron for his time at Sydney. 

“At the start of the trade period, Darcy informed the club that he would like a trade to Victoria as he chases more opportunity at senior level,” Gardiner said.

“We’re pleased to be able to facilitate this trade and secure draft pick 56 in exchange for Darcy.

“We’d like to thank Darcy for his contribution to the Swans over the past three seasons and wish him well for the move to Melbourne.”