Hunter Clark will call RSEA Park home until at least the end of 2025, signing a two-year contract extension to keep the smooth-moving Saint in club colours.

After two seasons marred by significant injuries, Clark lined up for 19 matches in 2023 to play an important hand in St Kilda’s return to September.

Clark averaged his best numbers since his breakout 2020 season, proving his adaptability as part of the Saints’ engine room and ability to impact games on a more consistent basis.

“We’re incredibly pleased to have Hunter recommit to the club,” Acting General Manager of Football David Misson said.

“Hunter has been a resilient member of our playing group this year, putting his injury troubles behind him to fulfil important duties for the side on game-day.

We saw Hunter’s confidence grow as the year progressed, no small part thanks to his own desire to improve and the constant support of assistant coach, Lenny Hayes.

- Acting General Manager of Football David Misson

“We’re looking forward to seeing Hunter continue to develop as an influential player and unlock his full potential over the coming seasons.”

Since joining St Kilda with pick No. 7 at the 2017 National Draft, Clark has played  87 games for the red, white and black.