Port tie down talented trio

21 November 2020 16:16:37 GMTPlus11

Port Adelaide's 2019 draftees Miles Bergman, Mitch Georgiades and Dylan Williams have all penned contract extensions with the Power.

The trio, who are all 19 years of age, have penned two-year contract extensions to keep them at the club until the end of the 2023 AFL season.

Georgiades made his AFL debut in Round 1 last season and went on to kick three goals in the Round 9 win over Melbourne, earning himself an AFL Rising Star nomination in the process.

He went on to play seven games in 2020, kicking eight goals and taking 20 marks.

Bergman and Williams have yet to taste senior footy with the Power but will be hoping to force their way into the reckoning in the season ahead.

Port's Football General Manager Chris Davies says the club are delighted to have secured the trio and says they all have bright futures.

"I think a lot of our supporters will be excited by what they saw from Mitch in the games he played at AFL level in 2020," Davies said.

"His running capacity and ability to take strong marks in front of goal were a real highlight and we know there is still plenty of upside in his game.

"Both Miles and Dylan have settled well in Adelaide and have become popular members of our playing group.

"We think Miles, Mitch and Dylan will each have a long future with the Port Adelaide Football Club and we look forward to their continued improvement over the coming seasons."

Port are priced at 8/1 to win the AFL grand final.

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