Western Bulldogs re-sign Tory Dickson for two more years

The Western Bulldogs have secured another important piece of its future with goalsneak Tory Dickson recommitting to the club for a further two seasons.

Dickson, who has kicked 113 goals in 68 senior games at the Bulldogs, said the decision to extend his stay at the Whitten Oval was an easy one.

The 28-year-old joins Lachie Hunter, Shane Biggs and Jack Redpath as key Dogs to commit to the club with Luke Beveridge at the helm.

“I’m over the moon because it shows tremendous faith in me from the club,” Dickson told AFL.com.au.

“It extends my time at the Bulldogs for at least another two years, so it’s great. I’m really happy to be at the Dogs.”

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