West Coast Delist Three Including A Premiership Player

List changes for the Eagles

Rudi Edsall

25 October 2017

Rudi Edsall

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West Coast has announced their 2017 delistings, including Collingwood 2010 premiership player Sharrod Wellingham.

The Eagles also cut former Bulldog Josh Hill and Tom Lamb.

Wellingham played 171 games in 10 seasons for the Pies and Eagles, including appearances in the drawn grand final and flag win in 2010, and the losing decider against Geelong in 2011.

He also appeared in West Coast’s grand final loss to Hawthorn in 2015 after moving West for pick 17 in 2012.

Hill played 173 games in 11 seasons with the Dogs and Eagles and also featured in the 2015 grand final loss.

He switched to West Coast from the Western Bulldogs for pick 49 in 2011.

Lamb could only manage one game in his three seasons at West Coast after being selected with pick 32 in the 2014 draft.

Rookies Tom Gorter and Jordan Snadden were also delisted.

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