Richmond premiership players David Astbury and Kamdyn McIntosh have both signed new deals, tying them to the Club until the end of 2021.

The two-year extension will take Astbury, 28, into his 11th and 12th seasons at the Swinburne Centre, after he arrived via selection No. 35 overall in the 2009 NAB AFL Draft.

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Renowned as one of the competition’s most reliable and disciplined defenders, Astbury has played 119 games for Richmond, including all 25 during the drought-breaking 2017 campaign.

McIntosh has been a mainstay in the Richmond lineup since debuting in Round 1 2015, a season he also received the Cosgrove-Jenkins Award as the Tigers’ best first year player.

This year, the 25-year-old wingman sits sixth at the Club for one percenters, fifth for tackles and third for inside 50s, underlining his importance.

"Kamdyn and Dave have both been consistent contributors for a number of years and are both popular and important members of our playing group," Richmond List Manager, Blair Hartley said.

"They're extremely hardworking and determined players, that have set a high standard for their teammates.

"We look forward to watching them across the next two seasons as we continue to push for more success."

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Tigers until 2021 @kamdynmcintosh & @davidastbury have both signed new two-year deals.

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