The Saints have made one further list change, delisting defender Jonathon Marsh.

Having previously played for Collingwood from 2015-016 before taking a break from the game, Marsh joined the Saints in 2019 during the supplemental selection period (SSP).

The 25-year old has played 26 AFL games since getting picked up on the 2013 AFL Draft.

Saints Head of List Management James Gallagher thanked Marsh for his contributions to the club.

“We’re really sad to see Marshy go,” Gallagher told the club website.

“Despite tough circumstances this year, which saw him regularly in and out of the team, Marshy was the first to congratulate his teammates after a win and also the first to get around them after a loss.

“We thank him and Elena for their commitment to the club and wish them all the best for this next chapter.”

He joins Ed Phillips, Matty Parker, Doulton Langlands, Ryan Abbott, Jack Bell, Jack Mayo, Logan Austin and retiree Nathan Brown in departing the club.