PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 25: Brady Grey of the Dockers looks to break from a tackled by Steele Sidebottom of the Magpies during the round 23 AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium on August 25, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Fremantle have continued to change their list, with the Dockers delisting three players this week.

Tom Sheridan, Brady Grey and Cam Sutcliffe all took to social media to confirm the news and thank the club.

Sheridan was taken as the 16th pick in the 2011 AFL Draft and spent seven seasons at Fremantle. He played 81 games and spent a majority of time in the WAFL over the past two seasons, playing 13 senior games this year.

 

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To all of FFC and my WA family, I wanted to let you know that I received a call last Friday and found out that my time at the Fremantle Football Club is unfortunately up. It’s been an unbelievable journey the past 7 years, an experience I’ll never forget! To the whole Fremantle Football Club – players, coaches, football department, footy operations upstairs, support staff and of course the passionate fans I’ve met during this time I’d just like to say a massive THANK YOU!! I’ve met some really really good people during my time over in the West and look forward to our continued friendship. It’s quite sad when I think about the whole situation, yet on the flip side it’s quite exciting! Thanks to every one who has reached out and sent messages the past few weeks, feeling very humbled and thankful to have so much support around me. I’m really looking forward to the next chapter wherever and whatever that is. I truly believe everything happens for a reason and that’s why my time is up. Once again thank you FFC, I’ll miss you. Wishing everyone there all the best for the future! 🚂

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“To all of FFC and my WA family, I wanted to let you know that I received a call last Friday and found out that my time at the Fremantle Football Club is unfortunately up,” he wrote.

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“It’s been an unbelievable journey the past 7 years, an experience I’ll never forget!”

Sutcliffe also wrote on Instagram to thank the club for his time there, after playing 104 games at Fremantle, including the 2013 Grand Final.

“Loved every second playing alongside some of the best people you will ever meet,” Sutcliffe wrote.

“Special thanks to everyone that supported me along the way, will always be grateful for the opportunity I received,” he added.

Grey only managed 21 games for the Dockers after being drafted in 2013. He had previously been delisted in 2016 before earning a reprieve in the 2017 rookie draft.

“Thank you to the Fremantle football club for the past 5 seasons,” he wrote.

“It’s been an incredible journey with plenty of ups and downs and so many memories and I can’t thank the club and everyone involved especially those that sacrifice behind the scenes enough for making it so enjoyable and guiding me to strive to be my best.

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“To the freo fans, you guys are the reason this game is so great, hearing the cheering regardless of the result is why it was such an honour to play for this club so thank you. I’ll keep writing my own story. It’s goodbye from me for now.”

The three join Michael Johnson, Lee Spurr, Danyle Pearce and Lachie Neale in leaving the Dockers this off-season.