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Aussie Rules: Port quartet sign new deals

Port Adelaide have secured the futures of Dan Houston, Tom Clurey, Ryan Burton and Willem Drew, who have all signed contract extensions with the Power.

Port are priced at 10/1 to win the 2022 AFL grand final and all four players have a key role to play as they go in search of silverware.

Five-year deal

Houston was under contract until the end of 2022 but Port have locked him in for another five years and he will remain on board until at least the end of 2027.

Houston continues to go from strength to strength and the Power are delighted to have him locked in.

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"Dan has played 100 games now and is about to enter the prime of his career," Port list manager Jason Cripps said. "He has performed at a very consistent level for the past four seasons and is a member of our emerging leaders' group.

"Dan is highly valued for his elite decision making and kicking skills."

Exciting future

Clurey has penned a two-year extension to take him through to the end of 2025, the same as Burton, who was off contract at the end of this season and has penned a three-year extension.

"Ryan was a player we targeted a few years ago knowing he still had significant upside in his game," Cripps added.

"He has the ability to play various roles within our system and has great attributes such as his speed and foot skills. He has built real consistency into his game and we look forward to seeing the next phase of his career at Alberton."

Drew has signed a two-year extension which will see him remain with the club until the end of 2024.

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