Collingwood forward Darcy Cameron will remain at the Pies until the end of the 2025.

The 26-year-old today signed a fresh three-year deal.

Drafted to Sydney in 2016, Cameron played one game across three seasons in the Swans’ colours before being traded to Collingwood in 2019. He has since played 40 games in the black and white stripes.  

Through adversity has come opportunity for Cameron – he has stepped up as a key ruckman for the side who have been without Brodie Grundy after he injured his right knee in the Pies’ Round 6 ANZAC day victory against Essendon.

Since then, Cameron has made big impact, and is arguably playing a career-best season, as the side has gone six wins to two losses with him in the role.

Collingwood GM of Football, Graham Wright, commended Cameron’s dedication to his football craft.

“Darcy’s performances over the past few years have continued to improve and become really consistent, both as a forward and in the ruck,” Wright said.

“This year with Brodie being unavailable due to injury, Darcy had step up to lead our ruck division and has played a key role in our improved recent form.

“We’re delighted he’s committed himself to the club for a further three seasons.”