MEATH NATIVE CONOR Nash has signed a new two-year deal with AFL outfit Hawthorn, the club has confirmed.
Nash made his debut at the MCG 11 days ago as his Hawks edged out a Geelong side which counted his compatriots Zach Tuohy and Mark O’Connor among its ranks.
The former Royals minor kicked his first goal at AFL level in Hawthorn’s win over the Saints on Saturday night, and has averaged 13 disposals and four marks in thus far in his fledgeling Aussie Rules career.
Nash joined the Hawks in late 2016 as a Category B rookie, and has penned a new deal along with two fellow youngsters, Kaiden Brand and Oliver Hanrahan, both of whom will be kept on for an extra year.
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Hawthorn have also extended the contract of key forward Jack Gunston for a further three years.
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