The 36-year-old revealed that he had once again signed on the dotted line on his podcast 'Old Bull, Young Buck'.
— Fremantle Dockers (@freodockers) July 21, 2021
Mundy's announcement has come in the same week that the midfielder is set to lace the boots for the 350th time, becoming just the second Docker behind Matthew Pavlich to reach the milestone.
Should Mundy play a further four-games following Fremantle's Round 19 clash with Sydney on Sunday, the Victorian will break Pavlich's record of 353-games for the port city side.
Pavlich today extended his congratulations to his former teammate via Twitter.
Well done Barra 💪🏽 https://t.co/DoTcakVreD
— Matthew Pavlich (@matt_pavlich) July 21, 2021
Although well and truly entrenched as a veteran within Justin Longmuir's side, Mundy is arguably producing the best football of his career.
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In 2021, the long-haired Docker has found the Sherrin an average of 25.1 times across his 17 appearances and has split the big sticks on 13 occasions as well.
It has already been a big week for Mundy, with the 19th pick of the 2003 draft having celebrated his 36th birthday on Wednesday.
The Dockers will do battle with the Swans for Mundy's 350th on Sunday evening at Metricon Stadium.