Carlton has made its final list changes with four players being delisted today.
Senior players Robert Warnock and Nick Holman, along with rookie-listed players Tom Fields and Brad Walsh have been delisted.
Warnock played 67 games for the Blues after being traded to Carlton from Fremantle at the end of 2008, while Holman managed nine senior games since making his debut in Round 22, 2014.
Tom Fields played his first senior game against Richmond in Round 15 this year, with Walsh debuting a week later against Fremantle in Round 16.
Carlton’s Head of Football Andrew McKay has thanked the players for their commitment to the Blues during their time at Ikon Park.
“On behalf of the entire football club we sincerely thank the boys for their contribution, dedication and professionalism to the Carlton Football Club,” McKay said.
“They are wonderful young men and we wish them all the best for the future.
“With these final list changes we now look forward to making the most of our early picks in the upcoming NAB AFL National Draft.”
Total list changes:
Retired: Chris Judd, Andrew Carrazzo and David Ellard.
Traded: Tom Bell, Lachie Henderson, Troy Menzel and Chris Yarran.
Delisted: Cameron Giles, Blaine Johnson, Fraser Russell, Matthew Watson, Robert Warnock, Tom Fields, Nick Holman and Brad Walsh.