ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 05: Darcy Fogarty of the Adelaide Crows thanks the fans after the round seven AFL match between the Adelaide Crows and the Carlton Blues at Adelaide Oval on May 5, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/Getty Images)

Crows forwards Darcy Fogarty and Lachlan Murphy have both inked two-year extensions that will see them at the club until at least 2023.

The club announced the new deals today after the youngsters had proven themselves consistent members of Adelaide‘s best 22.

The 21-year-old Fogarty, who has kicked 39 goals in 33 games since being drafted with pick 12 in 2017, has proven himself to be one of the best set-shots for goal in the league.

β€œI’ve enjoyed my first three-and-a-half seasons at Adelaide and I’m seeing improvement from working on my game and with my coaches,” Fogarty said.

β€œI love the Club, I love the team and believe in where we are headed, we are a young group developing together and I’m looking forward to being a part of the future.”

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Murphy, who has played 52 games since joining the Crows in 2017 as an SANFL development player, is currently recovering from ankle surgery.

The promising start to his season was interrupted by a syndesmosis injury suffered in the round 8 Showdown.

β€œI love the footy club and the people involved, I love Adelaide and playing at Adelaide Oval and am really excited to be able to stay for another couple of years,” Murphy said.

β€œI’m tracking as well as possible with my ankle rehabilitation and I’m looking forward to hopefully returning to the field soon.”

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Adelaide General Manager List Management and Strategy Justin Reid spoke on the re-signings.

β€œWe are obviously really pleased that Darcy and Lachy have both re-signed and bought into the direction we are headed,” he said.

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β€œThey are young and exciting players who took different paths to get to our Club but have worked hard to establish their place in the team and they are an important part of our future.”

Fogarty is set to run out in Adelaide‘s clash against St. Kilda on Saturday night, whilst Murphy is expected to be available for selection in 5-6 weeks.