WESTERN Bulldogs ruckman Tom Campbell and midfielder Mitch Honeychurch's careers at the Kennel are over after the duo were told they won't be offered new contracts on Thursday.

Their delisting leaves Tom Liberatore, who is expected to re-sign, as the only uncontracted Bulldog ahead of 2019.

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Campbell played 42 games for the Dogs after coming off the rookie list and making his debut in 2012, but he couldn't add to his senior appearances this year.  

The 26-year-old joins an exodus of big men from the Whitten Oval this off-season, following Jack Redpath (retired), Jordan Roughead (Collingwood) and Marcus Adams (Brisbane) out the door.

Honeychurch appeared 35 times for the Dogs after being taken with pick No.60 overall in the 2013 NAB AFL Draft.  

The fiercely competitive onballer played 13 games this season, but was in and out of the line-up on four different occasions.  


"Tom and Mitch have shown a high level of commitment and professionalism throughout their time at the club," general manager of list and recruiting Sam Power said.

"We would like to thank them for their contribution to the Western Bulldogs, and wish them well for the future."

The Dogs have now farewelled 10 players since finishing the season in 13th spot on the ladder. 

Small forward Luke Dahlhaus joined Geelong as a free agent, while Shane Biggs and Clay Smith have retired and Kieran Collins and Nathan Mullenger-McHugh were delisted. 

Dual Hawthorn premiership player Taylor Duryea and Richmond goalkicker Sam Lloyd joined during the NAB AFL Trade Period.

The Bulldogs currently hold picks 7, 27, 32, 45 and 63 in next month's national draft.