Hawthorn Football Club has informed Lachlan Bramble, Fergus Greene and Ned Long that they will not be offered contracts for 2024.

Bramble played 30 games during his three seasons in the brown and gold after arriving to the club through the pre-season supplemental selection period (SSP) in 2021.  

Greene joined the club as a delisted free agent at the end of 2022, going on to kick 15 goals from 11 games in his only season.

Meanwhile, Long made five senior appearances across his two seasons following his selection in the 2021 rookie draft.

Hawthorn National Recruiting and List Manager Mark McKenzie acknowledged the trio's contribution.

“These decisions are never easy to make and we thank each of these boys for their dedication to our football club,” McKenzie said.

“Lachy, Fergus and Ned are all popular members of our club, and on behalf of everyone at Hawthorn, I’d like to wish them all the best in their next chapters."

The departures take the club’s 2023 post-season list changes to seven after Max Lynch called time on his career, while Emerson Jeka, Josh Morris and Fionn O’Hara also left the brown and gold.

Hawthorn will now turn its attention to the national draft beginning Monday 20 November.