Sydney small forward Ben McGlynn faces an uncertain future, with his latest premiership near-miss potentially doubling as an AFL swansong.McGlynn, who was one of a handful of Swans to struggle on Saturday, has now come agonisingly close to winning a grand final on four occasions throughout his 171-game career.The 31-year-old, who is uncontracted and not expected to be offered a new deal by the Swans, will soon find out if he has a chance to aim for elusive glory in 2017.Im not sure yet. Well work that out as the weeks progress, Swans coach John Longmire said, when asked about McGlynn after his sides 22-point loss in the season decider.Gun midfielder Josh Kennedy, who played alongside McGlynn at Hawthorn and likewise shifted to Sydney after the 2009 season, felt the pint-sized forward still had something to offer.He hasnt declared his retirement and the club havent denied him next years contract, Kennedy said.Fingers crossed he can get another crack, because it would be great.McGlynn was an established member of the Hawks side in 2007 but a knee injury meant he managed just three games the following year, when they won the flag.A hamstring injury in week one of the 2012 finals then kept McGlynn on the sidelines for the Swans dramatic grand-final win over his former side.McGlynn featured in both the 2014 and 2016 season deciders but tallied only nine disposals, five tackles and a behind on Saturday.I want to keep playing on, but if thats not the case Ill sit down with my wife and my manager and work out whats best for me going forward, McGlynn said last week, having spent a month in the reserves late in the regular season.Tom Mitchell is another out-of-contract Sydney player who may have featured in his final game for the club, albeit for a vastly different reason. Mitchell, who capped an impressive season with 26 disposals, two goals and 13 tackles in the grand final, is expected to request a trade and sign a lucrative deal with Hawthorn.The on-ballers management put contract talks on hold earlier this year, fuelling speculation he would leave the Swans.I dont know. Weve got to get through tonight before we worry about that, Longmire said of Mitchell on Saturday.Lets get through tonight and that will sort itself out. Mitchell admitted pre-match he would need to make a call on the future soon.Im not sure when that time will come. Im sure it will come soon, the 23-year-old told AAP.Its something I havent really thought about too much for the whole year.Its in the hands of the club and my manager so Im sure theyll sort through it. Nike Zoom Australia .J. -- Seven games into a disappointing season, New York Giants defensive catalyst Jason Pierre-Paul is getting the feeling hes back. Cheap Shoes Australia . 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Promising Cylinder Beach is set to miss the Group Two Villiers at Randwick on Saturday to race in Brisbane.Cylinder Beach has been entered for the Villiers and the Listed Brisbane Handicap at Doomben with both races over 1600m.The gelding was a brilliant first-up winner at Eagle Farm two weeks ago taking the Recognition Stakes (1400m) at his first run in five months.Trainer Desleigh Forster said she had always planned to give Cylinder Beach a light summer with the Bernborough Hcp (1600m) on New Years Eve as his main mission.I am 90 per cent certain at this stage Cylinder Beach will be staying for the Brisbane Handicap as his final lead-up to the Bernborough and will miss the Villiers, Forster said.Two of our best milers in Hopfgarten and Rudy are heading to the Villiers so the Brisbane Handicap wont be strong.I wouldnt imagine too many southern horses will come for the Brisbane Handicap.There is only $50,000 difference in prize money but I suppose there is a $100,000 bonus for winninng the Villiers and Bernborough.ddddddddddddForster said she was in no hurry with Cylinder Beach who would go for a break after the Bernborough.He really has come up well after the Recognition Stakes. He should get about 56 kilos in the Brisbane Handicap which will mean Brad Pengelly, who has been riding him work, can reclaim the ride, she said.Forsters other recent stakes winner Too Good to Refuse will tackle the Listed Lough Neagh Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.Too Good To Refuse was a strong winner of the Keith Noud Quality two runs back before finishing an unlucky fifth in the George Moore Stakes last week.He has come up well after the run and will back up in the Lough Neagh. Jim Byrne is sticking with him and I think the 1350m will suit him better, Forster said.Stablemate, dual Group One placegetter Im Belucci, is back in work for a light preparation. ' ' '