Delisted Adelaide midfielder Brett Turner has returned to his former SANFL side Glenelg after being cut by the Crows in October.

Turner joined Adelaide as the fourth overall pick in this year's Mid-Season Draft, meaning the Flagstaff Hill product spent just five months with the Crows.

Adelaide drafted Turner from Glenelg following a dominant start to his 2022 campaign, where he even recorded 38 disposals and booted 4 goals against the Crows' reserves.

The 26-year-old was drafted despite carrying a foot injury midway through the year, with the ailment hampering his start as an AFL-listed player.

Turner wouldn't play a match for the Crows' senior side, however was a standout in the SANFL as Adelaide reached a preliminary-final finish.

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The inside midfielder's supremacy in the state league is set to continue into 2023 as he makes a return to The Bay.

The Tigers confirmed on Friday that Turner will rejoin Glenelg following his departure from Adelaide.

Turner isn't the only delisted Crow returning to their former SANFL side for next year, with small forward James Rowe linking up with Woodville-West Torrens for 2023.

2022 Mid-Season Draft pair Will Hayes (Carlton) and Zane Williams (Geelong) were also cut from their respective clubs after just months on an AFL list.