The Magpies have made three further list changes as it readies itself for the trade and draft periods.
Collingwood have made three changes to its list as it prepares for the upcoming AFL trade and draft periods.
The Magpies have announced Marty Clarke and Caolan Mooney will return to Ireland, while Peter Yagmoor has been informed he will not be continuing his AFL career at the Westpac Centre.
It brings Collingwood’s total amount of list changes to seven this season, with veterans Nick Maxwell, Luke Ball, Quinten Lynch and Ben Hudson all retiring.
Collingwood football director Rodney Eade thanked all three players for their time at the club, and in particular Clarke who played 73 senior games.
“Marty played some excellent football over his time and he can be proud of making the transition from Gaelic football to Australian Rules. At his best, he gave the side real zip and punch,” Collingwood director of football, Rodney Eade, said.
“He was a very popular figure and we wish him well, as we do Caolan and Peter, who gave us all that they had in their time at the Westpac Centre.”