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Harris cut by Kangaroos

20/10/2009 06:10:35 PM Comments (0)

Long-serving North Melbourne midfielder Daniel Harris has been cut by the AFL club.

The hard-working 27-year-old ball-winner was one of the Kangaroos' most experienced players, having played 149 games since making his debut in 2001.

But he fell out of favour this season, posting just 10 matches.

The Kangaroos also delisted former Western Bulldog Sam Power, who played 39 games in two seasons with North, after 84 with the `Dogs.

Their axing continues the experience drain from the club, after the retirements of former captain Adam Simpson and defender Shannon Watt.

They also traded away defender Josh Gibson to Hawthorn.

Youngsters Matt Riggio, who managed 10 games in three years, and Michael Wundke, who did not play a senior game, have also been axed.

Meanwhile, rookie Cruize Garlett has been promoted to the senior list.

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