The Saints have re-signed Brodie Murdoch on a two-year deal.
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St Kilda youngster Brodie Murdoch has re-signed with the Saints until the end of the 2016 season.
The 20-year-old has played 17 senior games since being drafted at pick 40 at the 2012 National Draft.
Murdoch told the club’s website he still has a long way to go before cementing himself as a regular in the senior side, but says he is looking forward to having a strong pre-season.
“I probably haven’t quite been as good as I would have liked in my two years here,” he said.
“I had an interrupted pre-season which affected the first few rounds of this year, but what I’m committed to now is having a really strong start to 2015 after a good pre-season.”
Saints coach Alan Richardson said Murdoch’s versatility is key part to his game.
“Brodie has the potential to provide great versatility to the team,” Richardson said.
“He can play half-forward, wing and half-back and possesses an excellent combination of speed and endurance.”