Discussion Re-Signings, Retirements, Delistings, Trade & Drafting

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West Coast Eagles young gun Oscar Allen will continue his career at the club until at least the end of the 2025 season after signing a three-year contract extension.

Allen, who has primarily formed a dangerous forward triumvirate with experienced teammates Josh Kennedy and Jack Darling, has also shown a capacity to play a variety of other roles.

For much of last season he provided valuable ruck support to Club Champion Nic Naitanui and this season, in the absence of both Tom Barrass and Jeremy McGovern, he has displayed his defensive wares.

Drafted with selection #21 in the 2017 draft, the 196cm Allen has already played 48 games and had a strong impact within the club.

“Oscar is an exciting young player and we are delighted that he has extended his contract for an additional three seasons,” said List Manager Rohan O’Brien. “He was already contracted to the end of 2022 and having him commit further was a priority.

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As per Sen1116

West Coast could be about to throw former first-round draft pick Jarrod Garlett a lifeline, after convincing him to nominate for the mid-season draft.

According to a report in The West Australian on Saturday, a phone call from the Eagles convinced the former Blue and Sun to join over 500 players in nominating for the June 2 draft.
 
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As per Sen1116

West Coast could be about to throw former first-round draft pick Jarrod Garlett a lifeline, after convincing him to nominate for the mid-season draft.

According to a report in The West Australian on Saturday, a phone call from the Eagles convinced the former Blue and Sun to join over 500 players in nominating for the June 2 draft.
Didn't set the world on fire in his WAFL Eagles debut yesterday with 6 touches 2 marks and 1 goal 1 behind.

But it was his first senior game in several years.

Wonder if Tim Kelly's knee injury changes our thinking and sees us going after a ready made midfielder instead.
 
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