Patrick Lipinski. Picture: Collingwood FC

Patrick Lipinski. Picture: Collingwood FC

Collingwood has re-signed Patrick Lipinski, Finlay Macrae and Darcy Cameron to contract extensions.

Lipinski, who started his career at the Western Bulldogs, penned a three-year extension which will keep him at the Pies until the end of 2027.

Meanwhile, Macrae and Cameron have both signed one-year extensions, and will remain at the club until the end of 2025 and 2026 respectively.

Collingwood’s general manager of football, coaching and leadership Brendon Bolton said the club was ecstatic to retain the three players.


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“We’re pleased to have Patrick, Finlay and Darcy extend their contracts with the Club,” Bolton said.

“Patrick has consistently dedicated time to improving his craft and has proved to be a key contributor within our environment.

“Finlay has shown a strong commitment to his ongoing development and has shown immense improvement over these last few years.

“Since joining us in 2019, Darcy has shown exceptional growth in his game and has not only fulfilled a key role as a ruck but has also been a key target in front of goals.

“We’re excited to see where these three players can take their game in 2024 and beyond.”

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