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Cats extend Clark’s stay

Jordan Clark has signed a two-year contract extension. (krockfootball.com.au Image/Marcel Berens)

GEELONG has seen enough from young defender Jordan Clark since he arrived at GMHBA Stadium in late November to extend his stay at the club by a further two years.

Clark, who was drafted with pick No.15 in the 2018 National Draft from WAFL club Claremont, has signed a contract extension that will keep him in the Hoops until the end of 2022.

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“Jordan has embraced the Geelong Football Club over his short time here and we are pleased to have secured Jordan’s services for a further two years,” Cats football boss Simon Lloyd said.

 “From the outset, Jordan has demonstrated a thirst to learn and a strong appetite for hard work.

 “He is a highly creative player who constantly challenges himself to improve, and most importantly he loves what he does.”

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After impressing in both JLT Series matches against West Coast and Essendon, Clark made his debut in Round 1 against Collingwood.

In his three AFL matches, the 18-year-old is averaging just under 15 disposals and has kicked two goals.

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