NORTH Hobart's Sam Darley has gone from being a Giant to a Bulldog in the only Tasmanian movement of the AFL's trade period.
The 20-year-old defender-midfielder was traded to the Western Bulldogs with the second-last exchange for pick 78.
After being a 17-year-old pre-draft selection, Darley played 13 games for Greater Western Sydney, but just four this season.
He averaged 17 disposals and two marks a game in 2013, which included a career-best 20-disposal outing against Sydney in round 16.
Darley joins West Moonah's Liam Jones as Tasmanians at the kennel.
List manager Jason McCartney said the Dogs were excited to get the services of Darley.
``Sam showed some real promise at AFL level late in the year in shutdown roles but also provided some flexibility with his outside run and precise foot skills,'' he said.
Also yesterday, Brisbane confirmed Glenorchy forward Aaron Cornelius would not be offered a contract for next season, while Adelaide delisted veteran small forward Ian Callinan, of Clarence.
Cornelius, 23, was the 57th pick in the 2008 national draft. He played 25 games and kicked 35 goals for the Lions, with just three games and three goals this season.
Thirty-year-old Callinan played 32 games and kicked 49 goals for the Crows, and was a key part of Crows side that made the 2012 preliminary final.
The small forward managed just six games and eight goals this season.
Crows general manager list development and strategy David Noble paid tribute to Callinan, who made his debut at the age of 28, by saying: ``I'd like to congratulate Ian, who refused to give up on his AFL dream and thoroughly deserved his chance to play at the highest level, even if it did come much later than he had hoped.'' Former Burnie Docker Maverick Weller is expected to be signed during next week's delisted free agent period, or be taken by a club, such as Essendon or St Kilda, in the national or preseason drafts.
Derby's Jesse Crichton, Lauderdale's Jacob Gillbee, Glenorchy's Aaron Joseph, Somerset's Ben Richmond and North Hobart's Marcus Davies are other Tasmanians to have dropped off AFL lists this post-season.