Geelong has today announced the re-signing of young gun Brandan Parfitt.

The tough inside midfielder has penned a two-year extension, tying him to the Club until the end of 2024.

The 24-year-old returned to the senior team in last weekend’s win over the Western Bulldogs after being sidelined since Round 12.

Parfitt, who has played 108 games with the Club since debuting in 2017, said he was thrilled to re-sign.

“I’m very happy at Geelong. I enjoy being part of this playing group and love everything about the Club.”  

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Parfitt's Happy To Stay

Brandan Parfitt has extended his contract with the Cats for another two years. He sat down with Cats Media to chat about his extension and also how he is trying to break back into the side after coming back from injury.

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Cats General Manager of Football Simon Lloyd said the Club was excited to see Parfitt stay at GMHBA Stadium.

“Brandan is an important part of Geelong and our plans moving forward. He has shown to be an integral part of our midfield with his football smarts and physicality. 

“It has been pleasing to see Brandan’s development through our system, he has worked very hard and we have no doubt he will continue to improve and take his game to the next level.”

Parfitt’s contract extension follows the re-signings last month of Max Holmes, Mark O’Connor, Ollie Dempsey, Shannon Neale and Toby Conway.