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Pearce signs new Dockers deal (The West)
Clancee Pearce. Pic: Getty Images

Fremantle midfielder Clancee Pearce has signed a two-year extension that sees him commit to the club through to the end of season 2016.

Pearce, whose contract was to end at the end of this coming season, has played 69 games for the Dockers, including 43 in the past two seasons under Ross Lyon.

“To see his continued development has been a credit to Clancee's commitment to his football and the effort he has put in,” general manager of player management Brad Lloyd told the Dockers official webiste.

“He is an important member of the playing group and we look forward to seeing him continue to play his role for the club in the coming years.”

Pearce played 19 games in 2013 but injured his Achilles in round 23 and missed the finals series.

He had surgery in the off-season and has recently resumed full training, including an appearance in the club’s intra-club match yesterday.

The West Australian

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