North Melbourne has made three further list changes, with Kayne Turner, Jack Mahony and Aiden Bonar informed they will not be offered contracts for 2024.
Turner made his debut in Round 20, 2014 after arriving at Arden Street as a rookie selection ahead of that season. He featured 130 times in the royal blue and white, including five finals appearances.
Mahony made his debut in Round 4, 2020 after being drafted with a second-round selection in 2019. He played 44 AFL matches for the Kangaroos, including a career-best 19 in 2021.
Bonar was originally drafted by Greater Western Sydney, where he played six games across two seasons. He joined North Melbourne during the 2019 Trade Period and played a further 28 games.
North Melbourne general manager of football Todd Viney thanked Turner, Mahony and Bonar for their contributions to the club.
"Kayne made a significant contribution across his almost 10 years at Arden Street, highlighted by his recent induction as a life member of the club and two seasons in the leadership group,” Viney said.
“He always had a team-first attitude, and we thank him for his dedication to North Melbourne.
“We also thank Jack and Aiden for all their efforts and their dedication to our program during their three years here.
“These decisions are never easy to make, and we wish all three men the best for their future endeavours.”