MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 15: Reece Conca of the Tigers marks during a Richmond Tigers AFL training session at Punt Road Oval on June 15, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Former Richmond and Fremantle midfielder Reece Conca is set to step onto the local football scene in Victoria, joining Geelong and District Football League club Bannockburn for 2023.

Conca, who last played at the AFL level in 2020, brings with him 150 games and over a decade of top-flight experience to the Tigers, who claimed the premiership in the GDFL this year.

"Bannockburn Football Netball Club are extremely excited to announce the signing of Reece Conca to Tigerland," a club statement reads.

"Reece comes to the club after a stellar career in the AFL, having played 150 games with the Richmond and Fremantle Football clubs and is currently the players development manager at the Melbourne Demons.

"Reece will bring with him a wealth of experience and knowledge, which he is eager to share with our younger playing group.

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"We cant wait to have him and partner Annabelle onboard and part of the tiger family next year."

The 30-year-old was drafted to Richmond as the sixth overall selection in the 2010 National Draft and would play 104 games in the yellow and black before departing for the Dockers ahead of the 2019 season.

Conca joined Melbourne ahead of the 2022 season as a player development manager.