Bulldogs’ sign Mitch Wallis to contract extension


Bulldogs’ sign Mitch Wallis to contract extension

The Western Bulldogs announced on July 23 that midfielder Mitch Wallis is has agreed to terms on a new contract extension with the AFL club. It’s been reported that Wallis has inked a three-year deal. Wallis was actually out of favour for most of the 2015 campaign, but has turned things around this year and has been flourishing under head new head coach Luke Beveridge. Wallis is now enjoying a more attacking role with the team and is averaging five tackles and a career-high 21 disposals per game. In addition, he’s done well in the goal kicking department as well with 10 goals in 12 appearances so far this term. A CrownBet AFL Bonus Bet is an ideal way to boost your winnings during the football campaign.

Jason McCartney, the list manager for the Bulldogs spoke to the media about Wallis’ extension and said,

Along with Liam Picken, Mitch has shouldered a lot of responsibility and leadership in the midfield this year and has been central to some of our wins this season. He is a mature head, who is totally committed to the footy club in everything he does, and we’re really pleased to extend his contract for another three years.

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Along with re-signing Wallis to a new contract this year, the Bulldogs have also come to terms with several other key players. These include Tom Liberatore, Jake Stringer, Liam Picken, Jack Macrae and Luke Dahlhaus. The Western Bulldogs currently sit in seventh place on the league ladder with a record of 9-6 on the year. No matter which football team you support, it’s always a good idea to take advantage of a CrownBet AFL Bonus Bet after making your betting picks.


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