JORDAN Cunico and Jamaine Jones have been delisted by Geelong.

The 23-year-old Cunico played 15 AFL games, with 14 of those games coming in the 2018 season.

The winger was originally selected with pick 59 in the 2014 NAB AFL Draft, and was sidelined for much of this year after having an ankle reconstruction in April.

Lively forward Jones came to Geelong as a rookie, signed with pick 48 at the end of 2016.

The 20-year-old made his debut in round 10 last year, playing seven games over the season, but failed to add to that tally this year. 

Jamaine Jones in action against Gold Coast in 2018. Picture: AFL Photos

Jones was a finalist for this year's Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award for his work with Barwon Child Youth & Family's Foster Care Campaign. 

"Both Jordan and Jamaine have been popular and hardworking players during their time at the club, with valuable contributions both on and off the field," Geelong general manager of football Simon Lloyd said. 

"We wish them well in their future endeavours."