Nick Haynes, Adam Kennedy and Rory Lobb have signed on with the Giants until the end of the 2017 AFL season.
The Greater Western Sydney Giants have locked in another three young players until at least the end of the 2017 AFL season.
Defenders Nick Haynes and Adam Kennedy and ruckman Rory Lobb have agreed to two-year extensions beyond their current contracts at the end of 2015.
The news comes on the back of star forward Jonathan Patton putting pen-to-paper with the club also until the end of 2017.
22-year-old Kennedy has played 54 games for the Giants and has since become one of the side’s most reliable defenders since his debut in 2012.
“I’ve extended my contract because I love the club. It’s like a family for me and I am very excited about where we are going,” Kennedy said.
Haynes, 21, was enjoying his best season with the club until he suffered an ankle break in round eight against the West Coast Eagles.
“I’m really excited about what the future holds for this club, we have amazing new facilities, great coaching staff and hopefully we can keep this group of players together to continue to improve each year,” he said.
“I love living in Sydney and I can see myself living here for a long time.”
Lobb was drafted at pick 29 of the 2013 National Draft and said he was enjoying his time with the Giants.
“I’ve really settled well into Sydney and have enjoyed my time with the GIANTS this year,” he said.
“We’ve got a great bunch of players, fantastic facilities and we can all see the direction the club is heading. I’m really excited to be a part of it, and wouldn’t want to be playing my football anywhere else.”