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The extension will take Beveridge into a sixth season, after joining the Club in November 2014.
Beveridge helped take the Club to 14 wins and a sixth-place finish and oversaw its return to finals for the first time since 2010 in his first season at the helm.
He was subsequently named the AFL Coaches Association Coach of the Year, becoming only the second first-year coach to receive the accolade.
Before joining the Bulldogs, Beveridge spent time as an assistant coach at Hawthorn and Collingwood, following a successful three years coaching in the VAFA at St Bede’s/Mentone where he led them to three consecutive premierships.