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Three clubs, 11 seasons: Veteran Crow cut

Kyle Cheney has been delisted by the Crows  - AFL,Adelaide Crows,Paul Hunter,Kyle Cheney
Kyle Cheney has been delisted by the Crows

ADELAIDE has delisted experienced defender Kyle Cheney and rookie-listed ruckman Paul Hunter.

Cheney's time at AFL level looks to have come to an end after a career spanning three clubs, 11 seasons and 85 games. 

The 29-year-old played 44 games for the Crows after joining the club from Hawthorn in a trade at the end of 2014.

He has played a total of 85 AFL games with Melbourne, the Hawks and the Crows.

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Cheney was restricted to just eight senior games this year after struggling with injury in the first half of the season.

Hunter spent three years on the Crows’ rookie list, but was unable to break into the senior team.

The Crows will consider drafting Cheney and/or Hunter, most likely in the rookie draft, depending on how things unfold during the draft period.

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The Crows have confirmed nine list changes - six to their senior list and three rookies.

Cheney, Matt Signorello and Harry Dear have been delisted, Mitch McGovern was traded to Carlton and Sam Gibson and Curtly Hampton have retired.

Rookies Ben Jarman, Jackson Edwards and Hunter have been delisted.