MELBOURNEhas delisted duo Daniel Nicholson and Mitch Clisby.

Nicholsonplayed 32 matches from 2011-14, making his AFL debut in round 10, 2011 againstCarlton at the MCG.

The23-year-old was originally selected at No.14 in the NAB AFL Rookie Draft (held December2010). He was then elevated to the senior list at the end of the 2011 season.

Astrong runner and hard-working defender, Nicholson was recruited from EastPoint/St Pats Ballarat/University Blues.

Clisbyplayed eight matches for Melbourne – all last season, after he was initiallyselected by the Demons at No.19 in the NAB AFL Rookie Draft in December 2012.

Originallyfrom West Broken Hill/North Adelaide, Clisby showed some good signs in 2013,when he played every match from rounds 13 to 20, before he missed the finalthree rounds due to suspension.

Thehalf-back played every match under former Melbourne coach Neil Craig, but didnot add to his game tally this year.

Clisbywas an emergency from rounds six to eight this year, before suffering a quadricepsinjury from rounds nine to 14.

TheDemons have now made three list changes, after dual Geelong premiership playerShannon Byrnes announced his retirement following a foot injury in July.

Thefirst list lodgement for AFL clubs is October 31.