The Suns have dumped five players as it looks toward the 2015 AFL season.
The Gold Coast Suns have told five players that their contracts will not be reviewed as the expansion club continues to trim the size of its list.
Senior players Jack Hutchins, Jackson Allen, Jeremy Taylor, Matthew Warnock and rookie Leigh Osborne were all informed of the club’s decision via individual review meetings.
Suns football manager Marcus Ashcroft thanked the players for their commitment and contribution to the club.
“On behalf of everyone involved with the Gold Coast Suns, we want to commend the players for the contributions they have made to the club. We wish them every success and all the very best for the future,” Ashcroft said.
“The players leave knowing they played valuable roles in our clubs establishment and will always be welcome at the club in the future.”
The delistings follow the departures of Nathan Bock, Campbell Brown, Karmichael Hunt and Tom Murphy from the club’s 2014 playing list.
In line with AFL list concessions ending in 2015, the Suns have now cut its squad from 40 to 38 players.