Geelong have wished Oisin Mullin well after he opted to stay in Ireland playing for Mayo rather than linking up with the AFL club.
Mayo supporters awoke to the good news that the two-time Young Footballer of the Year opted to stay with James Horan’s charges in 2022.
Geelong's list manager Andrew Mackie said: "Moving to a new country to take up a new game is a significant decision, and we respect the fact that Oisin has decided to remain at home.
"We have enjoyed getting to know Oisin through this process and wish him well with Mayo as they seek an All-Ireland title.
We hope he can achieve his goals both and on and off the field."