The Kangaroos have axed eight players as they prepare for the 2015 season.
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Former Richmond forward Robin Nahas leads a group of eight players to be cut from North Melbourne as AFL clubs finalise their lists for the 2015 season.
Midfielder Jack Anthony was also shown the door, having played just four games this season for a career total of 58 since his debut in 2009.
Nahas joined the Kangaroos this year as a delisted free agent and played eight games to add to his previous 82 at the Tigers.
Taylor Hine, Cameron Delaney and rookie-listed player Max Warren were the others with AFL experience to have been axed by the Kangaroos.
Tom Curran, Mitch Witkins and rookie Tim McGenniss did not make their senior debuts
The Kangaroos also confirmed Joel Tippett and Kayne Turner have been upgraded to the club’s senior list.