FOR the second time in his AFL life, Derby's Jesse Crichton has been cut from Fremantle's list.
The grand finalists yesterday delisted the former Northern Bomber after just one game this season, giving him 18 games since his debut in 2010.
The 22-year-old, originally the 48th selection in the 2009 national draft, played his one and only game this season in round 23, after Dockers coach Ross Lyon rested half his side.
The defender was delisted at the end of last year, but put back on the senior list via the preseason draft after Adam McPhee's surprise retirement opened up a spot on the list.
Crichton played 50 games for Peel Thunder in the WAFL, averaging 17 touches and three marks a game.
``We give thorough consideration to every decision we make pertaining to list management,'' Fremantle general operations of football Chris Bond said.
``On behalf of everyone at Fremantle, I sincerely thank the players for their contribution to the club and we wish them all the best for the future.''
The Dockers also delisted Peter Faulks, Alex Forster, and rookies Haiden Schloithe and Alex Howson, while Jayden Pitt has retired due to a heart condition.
Crichton becomes the sixth Tasmanian AFL player to drop off a list this post-season.
Burnie's Maverick Weller and Lauderdale's Jacob Gillbee were cut from Gold Coast's list almost as soon as the home and away season ended, while Collingwood showed ex-basketballer Ben Richmond the door.
Carlton has parted ways with Glenorchy's Aaron Joseph and North Hobart's Marcus Davies.
While future of five of those players are still up in the air, it is believed Weller will find a new home in either the national or preseason drafts.
In more positive news for the state's AFL community, Clarence's Jack Riewoldt finished equal seventh in the club's best and fairest award on Monday night in a season that saw him top the club's goalkicking for a fourth time after kicking 58 majors.