Former Port Adelaide backman Martin Frederick has ventured to WAFL club Claremont for the 2024 season after a year with Sturt.

Frederick was delisted by the Power at the end of the 2022 season and decided to remain in South Australia by joining the Double Blues.

The 23-year-old played 22 games in Sturt's grand final-finishing campaign, averaging 17.9 disposals, 4.2 marks and 3.0 inside 50s per game to help lead his side to the season decider.

A graduate of Port Adelaide's Next Generation Academy, Frederick is now set to join his brother and young Fremantle forward Michael Frederick in Western Australia for 2024, signing with Claremont for next season.

The Tigers confirmed the addition of Frederick this week, adding further ex-AFL experience to their ranks after a fifth-placed finish that was followed by a finals win against East Perth in September.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 26: Justin McInerney of the Swans competes with Martin Frederick of the Power during the 2021 AFL Round 15 match between the Port Adelaide Power and the Sydney Swans at Adelaide Oval on June 26, 2021 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Frederick played 14 games for Port Adelaide during his time at Alberton, offering run and clean ball use from the defensive third of the field.

He joins former Fremantle-listed tall Eric Benning and ex-Essendon and West Coast forward Alec Waterman among Claremont's recruits for 2024.

Claremont recorded 12 wins during the home and away season this year before bowing out of the finals race in the second week of the post-season to Subiaco.

The Tigers are set to start their 2024 run against West Perth on Thursday, March 28 at Pentanet Stadium.