Carlton and Geelong have confirmed their latest delistings, with Mitch Robinson, Brock McLean and Taylor Hunt among those cut.

Veteran Carlton midfielder Brock McLean has joined Mitch Robinson and Kane Lucas as the latest delistings at the AFL club.

The Blues confirmed on Tuesday that they would not offer the trio new contracts.

McLean was hopeful of a one-year deal, while Robinson’s fate was sealed several weeks ago.

Robinson could join Brisbane as a delisted free agent.

“After 100 games with Carlton it is time for Mitch to have a fresh start and we wish him all the best in his football future,” Blues football manager Andrew McKay said in a statement.

“Brock has been a loyal servant of our football club and was in our leadership group this year, while Kane is a terrific young man but unfortunately he struggled to cement a spot in our senior side this season.”

It means 12 players have left Carlton since the end of the season.

McLean played 157 games in 11 seasons at Melbourne and Carlton, while Lucas managed 42 matches in five years with the Blues.

Meanwhile, Geelong also confirmed they had delisted Taylor Hunt, Mitch Brown and Joel Hamling.

Hunt was the most experienced of the trio, playing 63 games for the Cats.

Brown, a first-round draft pick, only managed 15 games and Hamling did not play any senior football.