James Rowe has found a new home following his delisting from Adelaide, signing on with SANFL club Woodville-West Torrens for the 2023 season.
Rowe played 36 games for the Crows across the 2021 and 2022 season, originally drafted with pick 38 in the 2020 National Draft.
Following a 19 game season in 2022, in which he kicked 12 goals and averaged 12.5 disposals, the 23-year-old wasn't offered a new contract to continue his time at West Lakes.
Despite gaining some interest from other AFL clubs, including the Western Bulldogs, Rowe has committed to the SANFL, returning to his former club.
The Crow becomes an Eagle 🦅 pic.twitter.com/vkWTvExES6
— SANFL (@SANFL) November 17, 2022
Prior to his time at the Crows, Rowe played 47 games for the Eagles across 2018-2020, kicking 35 goals in a 17-game 2019 season.