PORT ADELAIDE has made a further list change with forward Trent Burgoyne notified he will not be offered a contract for next season.
Rookie listed in 2019, Burgoyne was the club’s third AFL father-son, following in the footsteps of his father Peter and grandfather Peter Snr in representing Port Adelaide.
The skilful 20-year-old was unable to play any games for the club in his first season due to the club’s inability to participate in the SANFL in 2020, and his second season was impacted by injury, limiting him to five games in the prison bars.
List Manager Jason Cripps wished Burgoyne well in the next phase of his career.
“Trent has not had a lot of luck with injury during his time at the club and this has unfortunately impacted on his development,” he said.
“It has been great to see him come through our Next Generation Academy program and he has always worked as hard as his body allowed.
“We thank him for his efforts and wish him well for the future.”
On Friday, Port Adelaide confirmed the delisting of Jarrod Lienert, Boyd Woodcock and Sam Mayes but committed to re-listing Mayes in next month’s rookie draft.