After undergoing rehab in the off-season for a medial knee injury, Peter Wright played 17 out of a possible 22 games in season 2019. Extending his stay with the Club until the end of season 2022, Wright Featured in the first 15 games of the season before a drop in performance saw him sent back to the NEAFL to build on his form. He’ll face some competition for a spot in the forward line for season 2020, with the emergence of Ben King in 2019 and the addition of former Geelong Ruck/Forward, Zac Smith. Wright’s sheer talent and contested-marking ability should see him play plenty of games this season if he can remain injury free.
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