Elliott Kavanagh signs for a further two years

Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce Elliott Kavanagh has re-signed with the club for a further two-years.

The new deal will see the exciting midfielder remain at the club until the end

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of the 2015 season.

Senior coach James Hird believes the club’s ability to retain its young talent will lay strong foundations for future success.

List Manager Adrian Dodoro said Kavanagh’s decision to re-sign reinforced the positive direction the club was heading.

“Off the back of a terrific start to the season on the field for the club, it’s great to see our exciting young talent in Baguley, Merrett and Kavanagh moving up the ranks.”

Elliott Kavanagh was drafted in the 2011 AFL Draft as Essendon’s first round selection. Having immediately impressed in his debut game in Round 18 against Hawthorn, the 20-year-old has added another two games and two goals to his tally this season