MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 24: Dylan Moore of the Hawks in action during the round 20 AFL match between Adelaide Crows and Hawthorn Hawks at Marvel Stadium on July 24, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Jonathan DiMaggio/AFL Photos/via Getty Images)

Dylan Moore's break-out season has been rewarded with a two-year extension that will keep him a Hawk until at least 2023.

Moore entered the season on Hawthorn's rookie list with only 10 games under his belt, but soon earned a permanent spot in the forward line. The 22-year-old went on to finish equal-second in the club's goalkicking tally, booting 27 goals from 20 games.

Hawthorn picked up Moore via Pick 64 in the 2017 draft but he struggled to make an impact until this season.

General Manager of Football Rob McCartney said he was pleased with the young forward's turnaround.

β€œMoorey is an extremely hard worker and a really popular clubman, so we are rapt to be able to secure his services for a further two years,” McCartney told

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β€œWe saw some really strong growth in his game over the course of the year which was also very pleasing.

β€œWe’re excited to watch him continue to develop over the coming years.”

Earlier today, the club announced young defender Lachlan Bramble has also signed a two-year extension that will see him through to 2023.