Adelaide wingman Paul Seedsman has become the latest player to recommit to the Club by signing a one-year contract extension to the end of 2023.
The 29-year-old was not due to come out of contract until the end of next season but has put pen to paper on a new deal after an outstanding year in which he played every game and finished third in the best-and-fairest.
The hard-running Seedsman averaged 26 disposals per game this year and was named in the AFL’s 40-man All-Australian squad.
Adelaide General Manager List Management and Strategy Justin Reid said Seedsman’s performances and experience made him an important part of the Crows’ future.
“Paul has been a very good player for us since he joined the Club in 2016, and this year in particular he took his game to a new level,” Reid said.
“Off the field he has also impressed with his leadership at training and in meetings and set an example for some of our younger players to follow.
“For Paul to recommit to the Club until the end of 2023 is a big boost for us as we look to take momentum into pre-season training and next year.”
Seedsman has played 83 games for the Crows after starting his career at Collingwood where he played 49.
“I’ve been really encouraged by the progress our group has made over the past two years and I’m rapt to still be a part of it for the next couple of years,” he said.
“We still have a lot of work to do and the challenge is ahead of us but we have a lot of talent on our list and there is a real hunger to continue to improve.”