Posted: 28 October, 2016 by Footy Newsroom

St Kilda Chop Quartet

Cameron Shenton, Brodie Murdoch, Tom Lee and Eli Templeton delisted

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Cameron Shenton, Brodie Murdoch, Tom Lee and Eli Templeton were all delisted by St Kilda on Friday.

Shenton played 24 games for the Saints in five seasons, Murdoch notched 22 matches in four years, Lee - who was originally drafted by Adelaide in 2008 - recorded 17 games in four seasons and Templeton managed 14 matches in three years. 

Saints chief operating officer Ameet Bains praised the four players for their contribution to the club.

“Each of the boys should be proud of their ongoing effort and level of professionalism during their time with the club,” Bains said.

“We sincerely wish each of the players the best with their future endeavours and thank them for their dedication to St Kilda Football Club.”

Shenton, Murdoch, Lee and Templeton join Luke Delaney, Tom Curren, Josh Saunders and Brenton Payne - who were also delisted - out the exit door at Seaford.

The Saints picked up Jack Steele (GWS), Nathan Brown (Collingwood) and Koby Stevens (Bulldogs) during the trade / free agency period.

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Tags: AFL, St Kilda Saints, Saints

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