YOUNG talls Peter Ladhams and Todd Marshall have re-committed to the Port Adelaide Football Club with each signing a contract extension to remain with the club until the end of 2022.

Ladhams has committed to remain at Alberton for another three years while Marshall has agreed to terms on a two-year extension.

Ladhams, 21, has enjoyed a strong season at SANFL level, averaging 21 disposals, 20 hit-outs and a goal per game.

The rookie-listed ruckman was rewarded with his AFL debut in Round 10 against Hawthorn and has since played a further two games for the Power.

At 20, Marshall has played 17 AFL games including seven in 2019.

The 198 centimetre forward has booted 18 AFL goals since being drafted at pick 16 in 2016.

“We’re pleased that both Peter and Todd have chosen to extend their time at the club,” said Port Adelaide GM – Football, Chris Davies.

“Peter has shown great progress in 2019, dominating games at SANFL level. We’ve been really impressed with his ability in the ruck but also with his work around the ground which is a significant asset for someone who stands at close to 205cm tall.

“Todd is a young, developing forward who continues to show that he has real football smarts. There’s no doubt that the impact he has on our group will continue to increase as he physically matures and becomes comfortable at AFL level.

“At 21 and 20 years of age respectively, both have bright futures in the AFL. We see them as important players for the club in the long term.”