Mitch Brown (R) of the Eagles handpasses the ball away from Rhys Stanley of the Saints contest for the ball during the round 11 AFL match between the St Kilda Saints and the West Coast Eagles at Etihad Stadium on June 9, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

West Coast is the latest club to finalise its list changes, cutting two players from its senior list today.

Defender Mitch Brown has been delisted, after the the 26-year-old expressed a desire to return home to Victoria.

Brown played 94 games for West Coast after being selected with pick No.16 in the 2006 National Draft.

“Mitch is a person of the highest quality and we wish him well in his search for a new club,” West Coast Eagles General Manager of Football Craig Vozzo said.

“He expressed his desire to return to Victoria for family reasons which we totally respect.

“His resilience in the face of a number of injury setbacks has been admirable and his impact on the club and its culture won’t be forgotten.”

Meanwhile, young forward Fraser McInnes has also been delisted, however, the club has committed to re-drafting the 23-year-old in next month’s rookie draft.

McInnes has so far played nine games for West Coast in five seasons at the club.

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