GWS have retained a large chunk of their young talent as four New South Wales locals have extended their stays at the club.

Those signings are headlined by GIANTS Academy graduate Harry Perryman, who has signed a two-year extension through to the end of 2024.

Perryman has played an important role for the Giants in his 70 games for the club with clever decision making and an uncomplicated game style.

Jack Buckley has also continued his development at the club, having arrived as a rookie in 2018 from the UNSW/East Sydney Bulldogs.

The 23-year-old made his debut in 2020 and has notched up 17 more games since then before injuring his knee. Buckley extended his contract for another year, until the end of 2023.

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Zach Sproule and Jake Stein, from the rookie list, have also re-signed for 2022 after impressing onlookers this season.

Sproule, who was part of the GIANTS Academy in Albury, plays as a versatile running tall forward, scoring 11 goals from 10 games in 2021.

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Homegrown western Sydney defender Jake Stein impressed by playing six games this year, including both finals, after being drafted as a rookie in 2017.

GIANTS General Manager of Football Jason McCartney said "it’s really exciting to confirm another lot of re-signings."