CRUNCHING the numbers in Round 6 of the AFL Women’s competition reveals who fared best in each stat, including a nod to the players who managed to dominate multiple areas.
Carlton young gun, Madison Prespakis performed to the highest degree in the engine room for the Blues, collecting the highest amount of possessions of anyone over the past weekend with 27 touches in the Blues’ win over Brisbane.
Dockers utility, Kiara Bowers was on track to break Ebony Marinoff’s AFLW tackle record from last season, when she had 13 to her name at the main break. Bowers finished with 19, which is still a monumental effort.
Melbourne defender, Harriet Cordner led the way with seven one percenters against the Western Bulldogs. She was a major reason along with Tegan Cunningham as to why the Demons won the thrilling contest against the Western Bulldogs.
Adelaide’s Stevie-Lee Thompson moved three ahead of teammate, Erin Phillips in the AFLW goal kicking tally with three goals on the weekend. The small forward has amassed twelve goals in six rounds, with one match remaining.
Geelong’s Erin Hoare and Carlton’s Alison Downie were among the select few who managed 100 per cent disposal efficiency in round six.
Phillips, who has one hand on the AFL Women’s Coaches Award (AFLWCA), dominated the air against the GIANTS. She took four contested marks, which led the competition on the weekend.