AFLW forward Isabella Eddey has signed a one-year deal with North Melbourne, extending the 22-year-old's time at Arden Street till at least the end of 2025.

Eddey arrived at North through the 2020 draft and has played 47 games since debuting in Round 1, 2021.

Known for her versatility and ability to play a lot of different positions for North and having an impact on the scoreboard with her run and carry on the wing, Eddey is a reliable clean ball user with a low turnover rate.

The youngster was named North's best young player in 2022 and kicked a career-high eight goals in 2023. Eddey played a critical role in the Kangaroos' one-point preliminary final win and made the 2023 grand final side last year.

Last year at just 21, she became a part of North's leadership group for the 2023 season.

North Melbourne AFLW list manager Flynn Loft said the club is very pleased that Eddey will remain at the club till at least the end of 2025. 

“We are thrilled to have Bella sign on until at least end of 2025,” North Melbourne AFLW list manager Flynn Loft said.

“Bella is an important member of our young core and continues to make great strides in her game.

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“She has also made a great impact off-field too, as a much-loved figure around the club.

“We look forward to watching her continue to develop as a player and a leader over the next couple of years.”

Eddey joins fellow teammates Alice O'Loughlin, Taylah Gatt, Tahlia Randall and Kim Rennie who all signed contracted extensions this year.

North Melbourne's AFLW program officially commenced pre-season this week, with their season kicking off September 1 against Brisbane Lions.