ST KILDA has taken another step towards shoring up its playing list, with Jarryn Geary signing a two-year deal.
The hard-running defender
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has enjoyed a breakout season under coach Scott Watters.
The deal ties Geary to the club until the end of 2014.
“(It’s) pretty exciting to be able to play the next couple of years with St Kilda,” the 24-year-old said yesterday.
“We’ve been developing some exciting young players this year, so I’m looking forward to being part of the future with them.”
Geary has played 64 games – 12 this season – since he was snaffled from TAC Cup club the Bendigo Pioneers as a bargain pick in the 2006 rookie draft.
He joins Sam Fisher, Ben McEvoy, James Gwilt and Rhys Stanley as players to have recently re-signed with the club.
“Jarryn has taken significant steps forward this year and has become a consistent contributor, marking some of the most dangerous small forwards in the game,” Watters said.
“He sets high standards of preparation and his re-signing and commitment to the club is a real positive.”