McLarty becomes a Seagull

Williamstown Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of key position player Sam McLarty on a two year deal.

McLarty comes to the Seagulls after spending two years with Collingwood having been drafted at Pick 30 in the 2016 National Draft via the Oakleigh Chargers.

The 197cm key position player spent his first season at the Pies in defence before a move into a forward/ruck role this season showed his versatility as a tall.

McLarty played 18 games and kicked 18 goals for the Pies VFL side this year and at just 20 years of age, he will only continue to develop his game.

“Certainly from a key position perspective, we are pleased to have Sam come on board for the next two seasons. He is a fantastic person on & off the field and will add further flexibility to our line up at either end of the ground” said GM-Football Stephen Soulsby.  

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