Why Western Bulldogs premiership captain called time on AFL career

The thought of retirement had crossed Easton Wood’s mind earlier this season. Wood, who captained the Western Bulldogs to their second premiership in 2016, called time on his AFL career on Friday, playing 188 games over 14 seasons, including 15 in 2021. The 32-year-old defender admits he had “athletically declined” after suffering multiple hamstring injuries across his career. “I’ve been thinking about it (retirement) for a little while,” Wood told SEN Drive. “It probably first popped up back...

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