The Western Bulldogs announced on July 28th that they have re-signed Jack Redpath and Mitch Honeychurch. The Bulldogs are anxious to keep their current squad together since they lost several players at the end of last season. The pair join teammates Jake Stringer, Robert Murphy, Jack Macrae, Easton Wood and Luke Dahlhaus as Bulldogs who have inked new deals so far in 2015 under head coach Luke Beveridge. Be sure to look over the CrownBet AFL odds and betting options before making your weekly picks.
Honeychurch was earned an NAB AFL Rising Star nomination in the second round this season, agreed to terms on a new two-year contract. The midfielder was chosen in the 2013 draft with the 60th overall selection and has appeared in 11 matches for the Bulldogs up to now. The CrownBet AFL odds and markets are available to fans and bettors all season long.
Honeychurch was happy with the new deal and told the Bulldogs’ official website,
It’s obviously good to be around the club at the moment and hopefully we can continue on throughout the year. It’s been a good two years so far and to continue on for the next two years and hopefully even further should be great.
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As for 24-year-old key forward Redpath, he came to terms on a new one-year deal with the club. He made his debut with the Bulldogs in the 16th round last year and has appeared in seven more matches since then. Redpath said he still has a lot of work to do to improve as a player, but he’s happy to know the team thinks enough of his play to sign him up for another season. With Redpath and Honeychurch now locked up there are just a few Western Bulldogs’ players that aren’t under contract for next year. Players who have yet to re-sign include Jarrad Grant and veterans Dale Morris and Matthew Boyd. Remember, a CrownBet AFL bonus bet is a great way to boost your winnings this year.