North Melbourne veteran Aaron Hall will remain at Arden Street in 2023, signing a one-year contract extension to extend his career into a 12th season.

Hall managed 11 games for the Kangaroos this season, averaging 23.5 disposals, five marks and 605.7 metres gained per game.

The 31-year-old joined the club prior to the 2019 season, quickly slotting into his rebound defender role in blue and white. Hall was originally drafted by the Gold Coast Suns in 2011, staying with the club for seven seasons prior to his move to Victoria. The Roo has managed 155 games across his time at both clubs.

North Melbourne's list and recruiting manager, Brady Rawlings, said the club was pleased to see Hall continue his career at the club into 2023.

“We are really pleased to have Aaron continue his career here at Arden St,” Rawlings said to club media.

“His move to defence last year has seen him breathe new life into his career and play an important role in our backline.

“It’s been quite the journey for Aaron across his AFL career. After 11 season at the highest level, his knowledge and experience has been and will continue to be extremely valuable for our club, particularly our young group of players.”

Hall is the latest in a spate of re-signings at Arden Street following the appointment of Alastair Clarkson, with Cam Zurhaar and Curtis Taylor both putting pen to paper on new deals earlier in the week.