MELBOURNE, VICTORIA - JUNE 24: Steve Grace , coach of the Bulldogs speaks to his team during a quarter time break during the 2017 VFL round 10 match between the Footscray Bulldogs and the Werribee Tigers at Whitten Oval on June 24, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images)

The Western Bulldogs have made their second delisting of the off-season, cutting young rookie, Tristan Tweedie after one season at the Kennel.

He is the second rookie to be delisted, following the club’s decision to part ways with Declan Hamilton last week.

Tweedie kicked three goals in 11 VFL matches this season. He was a member of Hawthorn’s academy last year, however, was overlooked in last season’s rookie draft, before being picked up the reigning premiers.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs have extended the contracts of fellow rookies Brad Lynch and Nathan Mullenger-McHugh for a further season.