North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos key defender Jasmine Ferguson has signed a new two-year deal to remain at Arden Street until at least the end of 2025.
Named in the All-Australian squad for the first time this season, Ferguson has played 34 games in the royal blue and white since being plucked from Collingwood's VFLW side with pick No.51 in the 2021 AFLW Draft.
On the deepest line of the Kangaroos' stingy defence, the 24-year-old has been able to nullify the influence of some of the competition’s most dangerous forwards in 2023.
She is also the fourth player to extend her stay at Arden Street this month, joining fellow defenders Erika O'Shea and Eliza Shannon and first-year Roo Ruby Tripodi.
"We are rapt to add Jas to the growing list of players to recommit to the club in recent weeks," North Melbourne AFLW list manager Flynn Loft said.
"Jas has become a really reliable player for us down back with her strength, composure and ability to read the play.
"We look forward to watching her continue to establish herself as one of the competition’s best key defenders."