Geelong Football Club is excited to officially announce Rhys Stanley, Zach Tuohy and Gary Rohan will play on in 2024. 
Joining teammate Tom Hawkins who signed a one-year contract extension on Friday, the trio have all signed one year contract extensions and will remain at GMHBA Stadium until at least the end of next season. 
Stanley, who joined the Cats from St Kilda in the 2014 Trade Period, has played 138 games since joining the Club, kicking 65 goals.   

Despite an eye injury interrupting his 2023 season, Stanley has been a reliable player for the Cats for the last decade and in recent years has developed a strong partnership with Mark Blicavs and become a mentor for emerging ruck Toby Conway.  

Stanley currently sits second overall in all-time hit-outs for the Geelong Football Club behind Steven King.    
Tuohy, who this year broke the record for most VFL/AFL games played by an Irish-born footballer, played 120 games over six years for the Blues before moving to Geelong ahead of the 2017 season.  
Since joining the Cats, the versatile Tuohy has played 150 games and was a member of the Cats 2020 Grand Final team and 2022 Premiership side.

Joining the Cats from the Swans in the 2018 Trade Period in exchange for Pick 61, Rohan has played 86 games for the Cats, kicking 111 goals.    
An integral piece of a potent forward line, Rohan has established himself at Geelong as a mobile forward with blistering pace and reliability in front of goals.   
Rohan was announced as a Development Coach with the Cats AFLW team for the 2023 season and has spent his offseason working with the forward group.  
Geelong Cats General Manager – Football Andrew Mackie said the Club was thrilled to have the trio sign on.  
“Zach, Rhys and Gary are all influential people and players at our football club. They continue to contribute significantly on-field, and the professionalism and leadership they bring off the field is instrumental to the growth of our younger players and the football program.”