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2022 AFLW early look: Geelong

IN an early look at the upcoming AFL Women’s 2022 season, Draft Central delves into each of the 14 clubs over the next three weeks ahead of preseason commencing. Next up is Geelong, a team that will suit up with a new coach in 2022 after being the lowest ranked Victorian team in 2021, picking up just one win – in the final round – to be 13th overall on the ladder.

LAST SEASON:

Position: 13th
Wins: 1
Losses: 8
Draws: 0
Points For: 164 (14th)
Points Against: 408 (12th)

It was a forgettable season for Geelong finishing in 13th overall, and also through missing players due to injury such as Nina Morrison and for the most part, Olivia Purcell, leaving the Cats exposed. They averaged just 18.2 points per game in season 2021, the lowest of any side, which prompted them to search for forward options in the AFLW Draft and off-season. Whilst not a heap to smile about last season, the Cats did pick up a win in the final round against fellow winless team Gold Coast to avoid the wooden spoon and provide hope for the future with a lot of Cats getting their chance at AFLW level in 2021.

OFF-SEASON:

Ins: Chantel Emonson (Melbourne), Chloe Scheer (Adelaide), Olivia Fuller, Claudia Gunjaca, Annabel Johnson (Geelong VFLW), Georgie Prespakis, Zali Friswell (Calder Cannons), Gabbi Featherston (Geelong Falcons), Rachel Kearns (Gaelic)
Outs: Olivia Purcell (Melbourne), Aasta O’Connor (retired), Maddie Boyd, Kate Darby, Nicole Garner, Rebecca Goring, Mia Skinner, Richelle Cranston (delisted)
Inactive: Millie Brown, Denby Taylor

Geelong will head into the 2022 AFLW season with significant change after a big off-season. The largest loss was 2020 club best and fairest winner Purcell departing to join rising club Melbourne, with the Cats able to move up the draft order and pick up Chantel Emonson as an experienced replacement. The Cats will also be without fellow former Vic Country representatives Denby Taylor and Millie Brown who will sit out the 2022 season, leaving some gaps in defence. Along with Aasta O’Connor retiring and Richelle Cranston among six delistings, the Cats will be missing a fair chunk of experience for the upcoming year. Chloe Scheer‘s recruitment should give Geelong fans plenty to smile about, with the talent able to dominate up forward or through the midfield and is exactly what they need as a young player with experience. Picking up the best available Victorian prospect in Georgie Prespakis, and her Calder Cannons teammate Zali Friswell will give the midfield a much needed boost, as will rewarding the Cats’ VFLW footballers in Annabel Johnson and Claudia Gunjaca who were incredibly impressive in 2021. Olivia Fuller presents the immediate solution for O’Connor’s departure in the ruck as Rene Caris looks to take over the reigns full-time, whilst Gabbi Featherston adds an extra dimension up forward, and former Gaelic player Rachel Kearns is some raw X-factor for the blue and white hoops.

2022 TEAM LIST:

Olivia Barber
Rene Caris
Georgia Clarke
Julia Crockett-Grills
Chantel Emonson
Gabbi Featherston
Zali Friswell
Olivia Fuller
Laura Gardiner
Renee Garing
Claudia Gunjaca
Danielle Higgins
Jordan Ivey
Annabel Johnson
Rachel Kearns
Maddy Keryk
Madisen Maguire
Darcy Moloney
Amy McDonald
Meg McDonald
Maddy McMahon
Phoebe McWilliams
Nina Morrison
Georgie Prespakis
Georgie Rankin
Carly Remmos
Chloe Scheer
Sophie Van De Heuvel
Rebecca Webster
Stephanie Williams

KEY QUESTIONS:

  • Can Geelong improve their win-loss record in 2022 off the back of a big AFLW Draft haul?
  • Can Georgie Prespakis have a similarly immediate impact at Geelong as her sister Maddy did at Carlton?
  • Could Chloe Scheer prove to be the recruit of the year if she can be that extra target inside 50 the Cats crave?

PREDICTION:

Geelong is now at the bottom staring at the climb up the mountain. The Cats on paper had unbelievable young talent last year, but a combination of factors including injury, did not help their cause. Once again Geelong has a side that on paper has a really impressive starting lineup, but the losses of Purcell, Taylor and Brown in particular will hurt, so the weight of expectation on their first round picks, as well as Scheer will be particularly large as to where they end up next season. Few fans would be expecting finals given the jump they would need to make, but if they can pick up a few more wins and really challenge the premiership contenders, then the Cats can build the foundations for bigger and better things in 2023 and beyond.

Picture credit: Matt Roberts/AFL Photos

2021 VFL Women’s Preliminary Final Preview: Geelong vs. Essendon

A GRAND Final spot is on the line tomorrow when Essendon hosts Geelong at Windy Hill in the 2021 Victorian Football League (VFL) Women’s preliminary final. Collingwood awaits the winner in the grand final, and has been waiting for a few weeks now after a fortnight out of football due to the Victorian lockdown. It has meant the AFL Women’s Draft has come and gone, and put a number of players in an unusual situation of playing against the team they have been drafted to for the 2022 AFL Women’s season.

ESSENDON vs. GEELONG
Saturday, July 31 @ 12:00pm
Windy Hill

In the preliminary final we find the second placed Cats having to travel to the fifth placed Bombers as part of a quirk in the unusual VFL Women’s finals series. Geelong lost to Collingwood in the quarter finals, as Essendon upset Casey Demons, unlocking a double-chance for the Bombers who had to use it when they also fell to the unbeaten Magpies. Meanwhile Geelong kept its hopes alive by taking down Southern Saints in the do-or-die semi-final, but now head north to Windy Hill where they look to get another crack at Collingwood in the 2021 VFLW Grand Final.

Last time they met: Geelong 5.9 (39) defeated Essendon 2.4 (16)

In a four-quarter performance, Geelong kicked away at Deakin University to draw or win every quarter against the Bombers. Sophie Van De Heuvel and Richelle Cranston booted two goals apiece as the Cats kept Essendon goalless in the first half, and then extended their 15-point final break lead to a 23-point full-time margin. Claudia Gunjaca and Rene Caris were deemed the best for the Cats, whilst Alex Morcom, Eloise Ashley-Cooper and Alana Barba, the latter of whom kicked one of the Bombers’ two goals, were among the best for the red and black.

Who are the AFL Women’s draftees?

The two with the strangest circumstance will be Top 10 picks, Georgie Prespakis and Zali Friswell. Both Calder Cannons products, playing for a team after being drafted by another was always going to be strange enough, but the fact the two Essendon VFLW talents are lining up against the Cats – the team they will play for next year – adds an extra unusual dimension to the mix. Prespakis has been named in Essendon’s ominous midfield, while Friswell has been named at half-forward.

Tahlia Gillard is also running around in the red and black after being picked up by Melbourne, while Richmond’s Emelia Yassir is also playing for the Bombers. Both will be expected to rotate through the forward line, with Gillard chopping out in the ruck. For the Cats, it is a little more straight forward, with Olivia Fuller and Gunjaca picked up prior to the AFL Women’s Draft as compensation selections, and Annabel Johnson drafted with Pick 15, the Cats’ last selection in the draft.

Essendon also has Elizabeth Snell (Western Bulldogs) on its list, but Snell has been named as an emergency, whilst Tara Slender (North Melbourne) was not selected. Similarly for the Cats, Annie Lee (Carlton) was not picked for the clash, but other draft hopefuls who unfortunately missed out on being picked up in Renee Tierney and Chloe Leonard (both Vic Country representatives) will don the blue and white hoops. For the Bombers, Vic Metro representative Kasey Lennox is another Calder Cannon named in the side.

Where will the game be won?

Both sides have star-studded midfields, with Georgia Nanscawen arguably the best player not on an AFL Women’s list, teaming up with top Victorian pick Prespakis, and fellow AFLW experienced talent Ruby Svarc. Barba rolls through the onball group. with Courtney Ugle providing some pace, and Ashley-Cooper another prominent player in there.

For the Cats, they have an AFL Women’s midfield, with Van de Heuvel, Darcy Moloney and Rebecca Webster roving to the recently upgraded Fuller. Add in Laura Gardiner off the bench, and the likes of Tamara Smith who can roll through there, and both sides have some serious talent to win around the stoppages.

Who will win?

Geelong deserve to be favourites, they finished higher, took control in the last game and have enough AFLW experience to hold the Bombers at bay. But the Essendon midfield is as good as a VFLW midfield gets, and the youth around the ground more than makes up for it. The Cats have more AFLW experience, particularly inside 50, but the Bombers share the goals around and no doubt Mia-Rae Clifford is a player who will be keen to impact the scoreboard for the red and black against her former side.

Stat leaders: 2021 VFL Women’s – Finals Week Two

THE second week of Victorian Football League (VFL) women’s finals action has come and gone, with plenty happening across the two rounds.

This week Essendon’s Georgia Nanscawen was on fire out on the field when her side took on Collingwood. It is no surprise her name appears several times in the list. Overall, Nanscawen currently is in the top 10 for disposals, tackles and kicks, and also ranks seventh in the competition for handballs. Essendon once again sees another name on the list with Georgie Prespakis registering the most handballs this round. Prespakis equalled Geelong Cats star Darcy Moloney with 13. Georgia Clarke scored the most goals this week with four during her side’s semi-final clash against the Southern Saints as Geelong’s Paige Sheppard dominated the marks category with 13. Meanwhile, Olivia Fuller impressed yet again, this week improving her number of hit-outs with 36.

Finals (Week 2) Leaders:

Disposals:
Georgia Nanscawen (Essendon) – 29

Kicks:
Georgia Nanscawen (Essendon) – 21

Handballs:
Georgie Prespakis (Essendon) and Darcy Moloney (Geelong Cats) – 13

Goals:
Georgia Clarke (Geelong Cats) – 4

Marks:
Paige Sheppard (Geelong Cats) – 6

Tackles:
Georgia Nanscawen (Essendon) – 13

Hitouts:
Olivia Fuller (Geelong Cats) – 36

2021 SEASON STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 337 / 24.1

Kicks:
Megan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 251 / 17.9

Handballs:
Laura Gardiner (Geelong Cats) – 146 / 12.2

Goals:
Imogen Barnett (Collingwood) – 21 / 1.4

Marks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 74 / 5.3

Tackles:
Tamara Smith (Geelong Cats) – 155 / 9.7

Hitouts:
Sarah King (Collingwood) – 342 / 22.8

 

Picture credit: VFL

Stat leaders: 2021 VFLW Women’s – Finals week 1

IT is finals fever in the Victorian Football League (VFL) women’s with six teams heading into action over the weekend. We run through the top stats across the first week of finals action.

Olivia Fuller was out in full force in the first week of the finals, with the Geelong Cats star getting in amongst the action to take out the top spots for most disposals (22), handballs (15) and hitouts (32). Despite her side’s six-point loss to Collingwood, Fuller continued to impress with her performance during the weekend. Another big name is Georgia Nanscawen who has been a key part of Essendon’s finals berth this season. Nanscawen impressed with the most kicks with 18 and also leading the tackle count with 12. The 29-year-old has shown an exceptional performance throughout the competition so far as she trails just behind Megan Kielly in disposals and kicks. To cap off the dominant trio this round is Tara Bohanna. The Southern Saints gun this week booted two goals and equalled Alyssa Bannan for the most marks, as the duo earned six apiece.

Round 14 STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Olivia Fuller (Geelong Cats) – 22

Kicks:
Georgia Nanscawen (Essendon) – 18

Handballs:
Olivia Fuller (Geelong Cats) – 15

Goals:
Tara Bohanna (Southern Saints) – 2

Marks:
Tara Bohanna (Southern Saints) and Alyssa Bannan (Casey Demons) – 6

Tackles:
Georgia Nanscawen (Essendon) – 12

Hitouts:
Olivia Fuller (Geelong Cats) – 32

 

2021 SEASON STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 337 / 24.1

Kicks:
Megan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 251 / 17.9

Handballs:
Laura Gardiner (Geelong Cats) – 138 / 12.5

Goals:
Imogen Barnett (Collingwood) – 20 / 1.4

Marks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 74 / 5.3

Tackles:
Tamara Smith (Geelong Cats) – 150 / 10.0

Hitouts:
Jorja Borg (Carlton) – 321 / 24.7

Picture credit: Celie Hay

Stat leaders: 2021 VFL Women’s

ROUND 14 of the Victorian Football League (VFL) Women’s concluded on the weekend, with the 2021 finals series coming up thick and fast this weekend. We take a look at the top stats from the round that was.

Once again, North Melbourne’s Meagan Kiely took out the top spot for this round’s leader for both disposals (36) and kicks (31). The midfielder reigned supreme this week, adding to her impressive run this season for disposals and kicks and leading the overall charge. Mikala Cann had the most handballs with 18 working hard to drive up the field in her side’s win over Geelong. Southern Saints superstar Tara Bohanna kicked three goals this week, helping to contribute to her third-place for overall goals scored this season, while Kiely registered 11 marks. For tackles, it was Casey Demon’s Shelley Heath who was this round’s leader with 13 as Carlton’s Jorja Borg finished up the round’s leaders with 39 hitouts. Her performance over the weekend certainly has helped her remain the overall leading ruck this season.

Round 14 STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 36

Kicks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 31

Handballs:
Mikala Cann (Collingwood) – 18

Goals:
Tara Bohanna (Southern Saints) – 3

Marks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 11

Tackles:
Shelley Heath (Casey Demons) – 13

Hitouts:
Jorja Borg (Carlton) – 39

2021 SEASON STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 337 / 24.1

Kicks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 251 / 17.9

Handballs:
Laura Gardiner (Geelong Cats) – 128 / 12.8

Goals:
Imogen Barnett (Collingwood) – 20 / 1.5

Marks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 74 / 5.3

Tackles:
Tamara Smith (Geelong Cats) – 141 / 10.1

Hitouts:
Jorja Borg (Carlton) – 321 / 24.7

 

Picture credit: North Melbourne VFLW

Stat leaders: 2021 VFL Women’s – Round 13

THE Victorian Football League (VFL) Women’s competition wrapped up its 13th round of the action over the weekend, with players returning to the field after nearly a month away. A bunch of state league and senior-listed guns picked up right where they left off, dominating the stats sheet to feature in this week’s Stat Leaders.

North Melbourne’s Megan Kiely took out the top spot for disposals this round with an impressive 34, extending her lead atop said category overall. Kiely also scored the most kicks in Round 13 with 23 – another chart she currently tops for the season. Airlie Runnalls also represented North Melbourne on the leaderboard this weekend for the most handballs, collecting 21.

Collingwood’s Imogen Barnett took out the top spot for most goals (three), as one of eight individual goalkickers in the Magpies’ big win over Western Bulldogs. Meanwhile, another Roo in Reni Hicks dominated on the field with 16 tackles, and teammate Bethany Lynch clunked a round-high nine marks. Rounding out the top spot for the most hit-outs this week is Simone Nalder from Essendon, with 39.

Find the full list of Round 13, and overall season stat leaders below.

ROUND 13 STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Megan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 34

Kicks:
Megan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 23

Handballs:
Airlie Runnalls (North Melbourne) – 21

Goals:
Imogen Barnett (Collingwood) – 3

Marks:
Bethany Lynch (North Melbourne) – 9

Tackles:
Reni Hicks (North Melbourne) – 16

Hitouts:
Simone Nalder (Essendon) – 39

2021 SEASON STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 301 total / 23.2 average

Kicks:
Megan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 220 / 16.9

Handballs:
Laura Gardiner (Geelong Cats) – 122 / 13.6

Goals:
Imogen Barnett (Collingwood) – 20 / 1.7

Marks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 63 / 4.8

Tackles:
Tamara Smith (Geelong Cats) – 130 / 10.0

Hitouts:
Jorja Borg (Carlton) – 282 / 23.5

2021 VFLW Round 13 wrap: Saints grab sixth spot as Dogs drop to set up final round ultimatum

THE penultimate round of the Victorian Football League (VFL) Women’s competition saw several sides ruled out of finals contention, and just two sides set to fight it out in separate Round 14 matches to determine the last finals spot.

HAWTHORN 0.0 | 1.0 | 2.1 | 4.2 (26)
GEELONG 1.5 | 3.6 | 4.6 | 4.8 (32)

Geelong Cats threw the gauntlet down to Port Melbourne with a hard-fought win over a plucky Hawthorn to put themselves in best position for a top two spot ahead of a top-of-the-table clash with Collingwood in the final week. The Cats looked to be on top early, but could not split the big sticks, slotting just one goal from six scoring shots in the opening term. They found their range after that to slot 3.1 over the next two quarters, but a three goals to one second half in favour of the home team had the Hawks come within a whisker of victory. It was not to be however as Geelong held on to win by six points, 4.8 (32) to 4.2 (26). The Geelong AFLW midfielders in Laura Gardiner (33 disposals, three marks, four tackles and a goal), Darcy Moloney (29 disposals, eight tackles and a goal) and Renee Garing (20 disposals, three marks and 10 tackles) all had big days out, while Jess Foley was named best-on for 16 touches, seven marks and three tackles. Annabel Johnson, Madeleine Boyd and Olivia Fuller were also named among the Cats best in the victory. For the Hawks, plenty of the young brigade stood up, with Eastern Ranges’ Isabelle Khoury named best-on for her 12 disposals and eight tackles, with Gippsland Power’s Grace McRae (12 disposals, four tackles) also among the best. In her penultimate game, Meg Hutchins led from the front with 20 disposals, four marks and six tackles, while Tamara Luke had 33 hitouts to go with 13 disposals, three marks and five tackles. Sarah Perkins slotted two goals, and Dominique Carbone and Jenna Richardson were also named amongst the best in the loss.

GOALS:

Hawthorn: S. Perkins 2, D. Carbone, E. Chaston.
Geelong: L. Gardiner, D. Moloney, P. Sheppard, J. Woollett.

BEST:

Hawthorn: I. Khoury, T. Luke, D. Carbone, J. Richardson, K. Hay, G. McRae
Geelong: J. Foley, M. Boyd, A. Johnson, O. Fuller, R. Garing, L. Gardiner

COLLINGWOOD 2.1 | 5.3 | 6.3 | 11.6 (72)
WESTERN BULLDOGS 0.2 | 0.2 | 1.2 | 1.2 (8)

Collingwood has put a massive dint in the Western Bulldogs’ finals chances after a dominant 64-point thrashing at the Holden Centre on Saturday. The Bulldogs had patches where they contained the Magpies and even held possession in their forward half for long periods of time, but the ease with which the Magpies scored on transition – particularly after the Bulldogs had all the momentum – drove a dagger into red, white and blue hearts. Collingwood slotted five final quarter goals which ultimately saw them run out more than 10-goal winners, but the result was done and dusted by the final break, answering every challenge thrown at them, and then storming to a big win. Imogen Barnett did her AFLW Draft chances no harm with three first half goals to go with eight touches, five marks and passing off a couple of chances too. She teamed up well with Joanna Lin who won it all over the ground but slotted two goals from 12 touches and five marks. The Magpies had eight individual goalkicker in the big win, as Mikayla Cann (25 disposals, three marks and four tackles), Ebony O’Dea (18 disposals, two marks, four tackles and a goal) and Alana Porter (14 disposals) showed their AFLW experience. Matilda Zander was terrific in the black and white with 17 touches, four marks, four tackles and a goal, whilst Stella Reid made a promising VFLW debut with 13 disposals and two marks rotating between defence and midfield. For the Bulldogs, Sarah Hartwig (17 disposals, five marks) and Danielle Marshall (13 disposals, six marks and three tackles) did well out of defence, while Britney Gutknecht (13 disposals, two marks and seven tackles), Jess Fitzgerald (12 disposals, three tackles) and Isabelle Pritchard (13 disposals, two marks, seven tackles and one goal) found their fair share of the pill in the loss.

GOALS:

Collingwood: I. Barnett 3, J. Lin 2, C. Bunker, A. Newman, E. O’Dea, G. Ricardo, A. Velardo, M. Zanker.
Western Bulldogs: I. Pritchard.

BEST:

Collingwood: I. Barnett, A. Newman, E. O”Dea, M. Cann, M. Zander, S. Reid
Western Bulldogs: B. Gutknecht, J. Fitzgerald, A. Strahan, I. Pritchard, D. Marshall, S. Hartwig

WILLIAMSTOWN 1.1 | 2.1 | 2.1 | 2.2 (14)
ESSENDON 1.3 | 2.6 | 3.9 | 4.11 (35)

Essendon has booked its finals spot with a strong second half performance to see off a determined Williamstown. The Bombers only led by two points at quarter time and five points at the main break, but then had seven scoring shots (2.5) to one (0.1) to run out 4.11 (35) to 2.2 (14). Mia-Rae Clifford was the only multiple goal scorer in the match with a couple of majors, as Zali Friswell and Ruby Svarc both slotted one apiece. Georgia Nanscawen (20 disposals, 14 tackles) lead the way, with Courtney Ugle (18 disposals, two marks and four tackles) and Alana Barba (17 disposals, two marks and 11 tackles) both lively. Emelia Yassir impressed from the teenage talents with 13 disposals and seven tackles, while Tara Slender had six disposals, two marks and three tackles on debut. Eloise-Ashley Cooper, Cecilia McIntosh and Jessie Davies were also among the Bombers’ best in the win. Paige Naish was best-on for the Seagulls, booting a goal from 12 touches and two marks, while Ashlea Melnikas (14 disposals) and Lana King (12 disposals, two marks and 14 hitouts) were also amongst the best for the losers. In terms of top ball-winners, Erin Meade and Ruby Tripodi both finished with the 22 touches, while Aimee Whelan (19 touches, eight tackles) was also impressive.

GOALS:

Williamstown: P. Nash, E. Fox.
Essendon: M. Clifford 2, Z. Friswell, R. Svarc.

BEST:

Williamstown: P. Nash, A. Melnikas, L. King, S. Dunell, G. Biedenweg-Webster, R. Tripodi.
Essendon: A. Barba, C. Ugle, J. Davies, C. McIntosh, E. Ashley-Cooper, R. Svarc

CASEY DEMONS 3.3 | 4.3 | 7.4 | 9.6 (60)
DAREBIN 0.1 | 1.1 | 1.1 | 1.1 (7)

Casey Demons locked up their finals place in emphatic style with a 53-point victory over last placed Darebin Falcons at home. The Demons had control at the main break with a 20-point lead, but a dominant 5.3 to 0.0 second half saw them run out big winners, 9.6 (60) to 1.1 (7). Imogen Milford kicked a couple of goals to keep in touch with Barnett at the top of the goalkicking leaderboard, whilst Jacqueline Parry also snagged a couple of majors as part of seven individual goalkickers. Meg Macdonald was named best afield for her 16 touches, three marks and three tackles for the Demons, as Eliza McNamara (22 disposals, three marks, three tackles and a goal), Eliza West (22 disposals, two marks, seven tackles and a goal) and Megan Fitzsimon (21 disposals, two marks, seven tackles and a goal) all impressed with big numbers and hitting the scoreboard. Kate Gillespie-Jones and Winnie Laing contributed in their first run for the Demons. For the Falcons, Northern Knights duo Trinity Mills (11 disposals, five marks and four tackles) and Mikayla Plunkett (10 disposals, two marks and eight tackles) were named as the best, whilst the experience of Nicole Callinan (17 disposals, five marks and three tackles) and Alyssa Mifsud (14 disposals, three tackles and five hitouts) shone through. Gena Lawson-Tavan (13 disposals, three marks and five tackles) was also solid in defence, whilst Lucy Schneider topped the match for disposals, with 23 as well as eight marks.

GOALS:

Casey: I. Milford 2, J. Parry 2, E. West, M. Fitzsimon, K. Gillespie-Jones, G. Colvin, E. McNamara.
Darebin: R. Hibbert.

BEST:

Casey: M. Macdonald, E. McNamara, M. Hogg, G. Colvin, A. Brown, K. Gillespie-Jones
Darebin: T. Mills, M. Plunkett, G. Lawson-Tavan, K. McNiece, K. Roe, N. Callinan

CARLTON 1.0 | 1.2 | 6.5 | 6.5 (41)
SOUTHERN SAINTS 2.0 | 4.3 | 4.3 | 7.5 (47)

Southern Saints have held off a fast-finishing Carlton side to kick away in the last term and give themselves pole position for a finals spot. The Saints needed a win to realistically have the best chance of making finals, and they did just that, pouncing on the Bulldogs’ loss to the Magpies to defeat the Blues by a goal and all but end the Blues’ chances. After the visitors booted four goals to one in the first half, Carlton slotted five goals in the third term to roar to a 14-point lead with a term to play. Just as the points looked to be headed the Blues’ way, the Saints kicked into gear in the final term, booting 3.2 to 0.0 to run over the top of the home team and win, 7.5 (47) to 6.5 (41). The AFL Women’s trio of Tyanna Smith (22 disposals, eight marks, six tackles and two goals), Alice Burke (18 disposals, four marks and eight tackles) and Jess Matin ( eight disposals, three marks, four tackles and two goals) wrecked havoc on the Blues, whilst Deanna Jolliffe (19 disposals, five marks and 12 tackles), Madison Capalis and Gabi De Angelis were also among the better players for the red, white and black. Lucy McEvoy was outstanding for the Blues with a team-high 21 disposals and seven tackles to lead the way for the home team, whilst Bry Gurr (15 disposals, three tackles) and Paige Trudgeon (14 disposals, four marks and seven tackles) were next best, and both Steph Lawrence and Jennifer Lew had 14 disposals, two marks and slotted two goals. Northern Knights’ Maeve Chaplin also played her best VFLW game with 10 touches and five tackles.

GOALS:

Carlton: J. Lew 2, S. Lawrence 2, M. Wilson, E. Wood.
Southern Saints: J. Matin 2, T. Smith 2, T. Bohanna, A. Peck, K. Ripari

BEST:

Carlton: L. McEvoy, P. Trudgeon, E. Honybun, A. Klingbeil, M. Chaplin, B. Gurr
Southern Saints: A. Burke, T. Smith, M. Capsalis, J. Matin, G. De Angelis, F. Hocking

PORT MELBOURNE 1.0 | 3.2 | 3.4 | 8.7 (55)
NORTH MELBOURNE 1.0 | 1.0 | 2.0 | 2.0 (12)

In the final match of the round, Port Melbourne snuffed out North Melbourne’s chances of making finals with a dominant 43-point win at ETU Stadium yesterday. At the same time, the Borough kept their hopes alive of finishing inside the top two and getting a double chance to take on Collingwood in the first week of finals, thanks to a five goals to zero final term. It was neck-and-neck for the most part, with the Roos understrength due to border restrictions and therefore missing a host of Tasmanian talents, but North kept the fight up for three quarter to be within 10 points at the final break, before the home team kicked away win the last with 5.1 to 0.0, to win 8.7 (55) to 2.0 (12). Sarah D’Arcy was sensational up forward with two goals from 17 disposals, seven marks and nine tackles, as Alice Edmonds (14 disposals, four marks, two tackles and 33 hitouts) and Claire Dyett (15 disposals, three marks, seven tackles and one goal) also impressed. On VFLW debut, Ellie McKenzie (14 disposals, four marks) and Brooke Vickers (13 disposals, two marks) both stood out, while Amanda Ling kicked a goal from 10 touches, three marks and four tackles, and Ash Richards had 11 disposals, four marks and a goal. For North, Meagan Kiely led from the front yet again with a ridiculous 34 disposals, seven marks and six tackles, matched by Airlie Runnalls who also had 34 touches, as well as eight marks and two tackles, Molly Eastman (27 disposals, seven marks) and Reni Hicks (22 disposals, three marks and 16 tackles) were ball magnets, while Alexia Hamilton (13 disposals, four marks, eight tackles and 12 hitous) and Laura Wright (seven disposals, four marks, two tackles and two goals) did their part for the Roos.

GOALS:

Port Melbourne: S D’Arcy 2, C. Dyett, A. Edmonds, A. Ling, L. McClelland, A. Richards, E. Wilson.
North Melbourne: L. Wright 2.

BEST:

Port Melbourne: A. Edmonds, C. Dyett, S. D’Arcy, B. Vickers, C. Bromage, O. Barton
North Melbourne: M. Kiely, R. Hicks, A. Hamilton, A. Runnalls, L. Wright, M. Eastman

2021 VFLW Round 13 preview: Future stars return as teams limited by border restrictions

THERE might not be crowds this weekend, but the stakes are as high as ever for the Victorian Football League (VFL) Women’s teams, as the penultimate Round 13 finally gets underway after a three-week hiatus due to the Victorian lockdown. Three teams cannot be moved out of the finals race – Collingwood, Geelong and Port Melbourne – though only one of the latter two can secure a double-chance.

The other three spots are up for grabs, though Casey Demons and Essendon effectively need one win to book their spots – with the Demons even needing to just not be smashed in their final two matches to make it given their ridiculously high percentage. Western Bulldogs currently holds sixth spot and is the most in danger of missing out, taking on the Magpies and Demons, needing at least one win – but potentially two – to grab a finals place with Southern Saints, Carlton and North Melbourne all knocking down the door.

HAWTHORN vs. GEELONG
Saturday, June 19 @ 12:00pm
Box Hill City Oval

A battle between traditional rivals, Hawthorn and Geelong takes place at Box Hill City Oval from midday tomorrow. The Hawks unfortunately not only need to win their games and have results go their way in other matches, but realistically need a draw in one of the Southern Saints games and the other three teams around them – Western Bulldogs, Carlton and North Melbourne – to lose in the game that isn’t a draw. Geelong on the other hand need to keep winning in order to book a double chance, with third placed Port Melbourne just percentage behind and ready to earn a spot against Collingwood in the qualifying final if the Cats do slip up.

Both teams have past and present AFLW talent, with Rene Caris, Darcy Moloney and Laura Gardiner forming a huge midfield for the Cats. The Hawks have some experience tall timber with Meg Hutchins, Tamara Luke and Sarah Perkins among the names in the side. In terms of AFLW Draft hopefuls, Gippsland Power’s Grace McRae returns for another game in the brown and gold, joining Eastern Ranges’ Bridget Deed, Keeley Sherar, Isabelle Khoury, Eloise Chaston and debutants, Cadhla Schmidli and Sarah Humm in the side. For the Cats, Chloe Leonard returns to the blue and white hoops again, named on the bench for this match, whilst Jess Foley, Madelyn Keryk and Madisen Maguire are among the other Cats experienced talents.

COLLINGWOOD vs. WESTERN BULLDOGS
Saturday, June 19 @ 12:00pm
Olympic Park Oval

It might have been a long time for football to return, but luckily for the Magpies, they sewed up top spot and their third consecutive minor premiership last round. They can now play the role of managing players leading into finals, with Chloe Molloy, Jaimee Lambert, Sophie Livingstone and Sophie Casey among the outs for Round 13. In come the younger group in Amelia Velardo, Abbi Moloney and Alana Porter to face a hungry Western Bulldogs side needing a win. The Bulldogs can put themselves in pole position for a finals spot with an upset win, and have not held make in doing so with their team selection.

The Bulldogs have a mix of AFLW and NAB League Girls talents, with the midfield of Jess Fitzgerald, Britney Gutknecht and Isabelle Pritchard, as well as Isabella Grant, Gemma Lagioia and Sarah Hartwig around the ground, there is plenty of top-end talent that could cause a boil-over to the top of the table Magpies. From an AFLW Draft perspective, potential Top 10 pick Ella Friend is back in the side with Rebels’ teammates Lilli Condon and Tahlia Meier, whilst Brooke Hards and Simone Ruedin remain the only players to not miss a game for the red, white and blue. The Magpies have a couple of top talents making their debuts too, with Stella Reid and Eliza James – both out of the Oakleigh Chargers’ program – coming into the black and white stripes whilst another AFLW Draft Combine invitee in Olivia Meagher is also in the team. With six players in Draft Central’s recent AFLW Draft Power Rankings playing in the game, it is a must-listen via WARF Radio.

The Magpies deserve to be favourites as an unbeaten side, but the Western Bulldogs could arguably have the stronger team on paper for this clash, so it should be a really big contest.

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WILLIAMSTOWN vs. ESSENDON
Saturday, June 19 @ 1:00pm
Downer Oval

Across at Downer Oval, Williamstown and Essendon will look to control the elements and the game, when the Bombers hit the road for a must-win clash. They take on the bottom two sides in the last two rounds and need just one win, so have the easiest draw in the final fortnight. They still need to get it done though, and the Seagulls still have plenty about them coming up against a Bombers side with a lot of talent. Another potential Top 10 selection in Tara Slender will make her debut in this game for the Bombers, with the Bendigo Pioneers’ utility named at centre half-forward.

Slender will join Calder Cannons’ Emelia Yassir, Kasey Lennox and Zali Friswell in the starting team, with the experience of Georgia Nanscawen, Cecilia McIntosh and Mia-Rae Clifford across the three lines. Williamstown have had some consistent performers over the time, but the current border restrictions between Victoria and NSW/ACT has limited the GWS GIANTS AFLW players from taking part. The likes of Erin Meade, Scarlett Dunnell, Aimee Whelan and Megan Williamson have all enjoyed solid seasons and will be looked upon to step up in what is ultimately a tough game for them. Alana Barba and Eloise Ashley-Cooper are recent NAB League Girls graduates and will be keen top put their best foot forward to impress, while the Bombers as a whole just have to win. Williamstown can play the role of party pooper in this game, and have the advantage of knowing the ground well.

CASEY DEMONS vs. DAREBIN
Saturday, June 19 @ 2:00pm
Casey Fields

Casey Demons are a win away from booking a spot in the VFL Women’s finals series, and providing the last placed Darebin do not roll them by a considerable amount, the Cranbourne-based team can potentially secure a home final in the process. They have a mix of past and present AFLW talents – including some recent delistings hoping to earn a second chance – whilst the Falcons will rely on some youngsters and their VFL Women’s players to try and cause an upset at windy Casey Fields.

Former Carlton player Winnie Laing and ex-Roo Kate Gillespie-Jones are lining up for Casey this weekend following their recent delistings from the Blues and North Melbourne respectively, alongside Mietta Kendall who is hoping for another chance in the red and blue, and then the most recent addition to the Demons’ rookie list in midfielder Eliza West. The latter has been a prominent ball winner for the VFL Women’s side and earned a promotion, whilst Imogen Milford is one player with plenty to prove after receiving an AFLW Draft Combine invite. Shelley Heath, Eliza McNamara and Megan Fitzsimon are also in the side, though there is an abundance of VFL Women’s talent in the team for the clash with the Falcons. Darebin have the experience of Nicole Callinan and Alyssia Mifsud who have played at the top level, but otherwise have the NAB League Girls talents of Trinity Mills and Peppa Poultney, as well as another former NAB League Girls player in Katelyn Hazlett. Samara David and Stephanie Simpson have enjoyed impressive seasons up forward, whilst Victoria Blackwood and Gena Lawson-Tavan are reliable players with Callinan in the back 50. Expect Casey to be too strong, but Darebin will be keen to cause an upset.

CARLTON vs. SOUTHERN SAINTS
Sunday, June 20 @ 11:00am
Ikon Park

A virtual elimination final in many ways, the loser of Carlton and Southern Saints will need to rely on other results in order to make finals, with the Blues in particular having a line put through their name given the percentage difference. If the Saints lose, they will need the Bulldogs to also lose to the Magpies in order to make the finals, or if they win and the Bulldogs win, it will come down to the final round. The Blues cannot overtake the Bulldogs unless they win big and the Bulldogs lose, but it will keep them in the finals hunt with a clash against Williamstown in the final round.

Carlton know the stakes by winning the match, with Lucy McEvoy named once again alongside some AFLW talent in Daisy Walker and Charlotte Hammans. They do have a lot of VFLW talent in the side still, with Amber Micallef, Ally Bild, Jennifer Lew and Jorja Borg among those who have had some impressive moments this season. Northern Knights duo Maeve Chaplin and Tara Delgado are in the side again to try and stake their claims ahead of the AFLW Draft, while ex-Murray Bushrangers talent Teagan Brett returns to the Navy Blues. The Saints have not fully confirmed their side at the time of publishing, but they were favoured to take it up to the Blues, with Alice Burke, Tyanna Smith, Jess Matin and Alice Burke all named in the side that narrowly went down to Western Bulldogs last round. Dandenong Stingrays’ Jemma Radford has really held her own in the side, with Sandringham Dragons’ Pia Staltari and Emma Stuber among those on the extended list for the Saints.

PORT MELBOURNE vs. NORTH MELBOURNE
Sunday, June 20 @ 1:00pm
ETU Stadium

Completing Round 13 of action is a game with plenty on the line for both teams in different ways. Port Melbourne is gunning for a second chance if the Borough can get up and hope Geelong loses, whilst North Melbourne can keep their hopes of finals alive with an upset win on the road at ETU Stadium. Much like Williamstown with the GIANTS, the Roos have been impacted by not being able to utilise their Tasmanian contingent, which has meant plenty of changes for the blue and white stripes. Port Melbourne on the other hand have not held back in their selection, with experience and young guns galore in what will be an exciting contest.

Roos captain Meagan Kiely is based in Victoria and the Tasmanian talent will look to continue her ripping form this season teaming up with Brooke Slaney and Reni Hicks in midfield. They have a tough job with Ellie McKenzie making her VFLW debut for the Borough, and Courteney Bromage and Mel Kuys rounding out a strong midfield. The Port Melbourne bench is as exciting as one could be, with Dandenong Stingrays duo Jaide Anthony and Ashleigh Richards, and Oakleigh Chargers duo Amanda Ling and Brooke Vickers – all who received AFLW Draft Combine invites – playing in the match. Sarah D’Arcy also makes her debut up forward for the Borough, alongside Emily Harley and Sophie Locke. The Roos will have Alexia Hamilton through the ruck and Jayde Hamilton and Elisha King up forward, whilst Molly Eastman and Beth Lynch are among those likely to create some run out of defence for the visitors in the Sunday afternoon clash. The Borough have the advantage at home and can snuff out the Roos’ finals chances with a win, but North have proven to put up a fight most weeks so should give the game a shake.

Stat leaders: 2021 VFL Women’s – Round 12

THE 12th round of the Victorian Football League (VFL) Women’s concluded over the weekend. In the mix of impressive performances in this round was a young-gun who continued her dominance in handballing.

Round 12 saw Carlton’s Abbie McKay lead in disposals with 27. When it came to kicks, star player Jaimee Lambert was at the top of her game for Collingwood with 19. Geelong’s number 18, Laura Gardiner dominated in handballs this week, with 14. This adds to her impressive run so far in the season, averaging 13.1 handballs overall for the season and showcases her excellent ability to run and carry and cleanly drive down the field. A stellar performance by Joanna Lin against the Darebin Falcons to finish with three goals saw her take out the top spot for goalkickers in Round 12, while Southern Saints’ Jayde Van Dyke took a classy eight marks whilst playing against the Western Bulldogs. Meanwhile, the most tackles in Round 12 went to Geelong’s Renee Garing, managing 15 tackles showcasing her tenacity and hunt on both the player and footy. Alexandra Hynes from the Southern Saints scored the most hitouts in her side’s six-point loss to the Western Bulldogs.


Round 12 STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Abbie Mckay (Carlton) – 27

Kicks:
Jaimee Lambert (Collingwood) – 19

Handballs:
Laura Gardiner (Geelong Cats) – 14

Goals:
Joanna Lin (Collingwood) – 3

Marks:
Jayde Van Dyk (Southern Saints) – 8

Tackles:
Renee Garing (Geelong Cats) – 15

Hitouts:
Alexandra Hynes (Southern Saints) – 33

 

2021 SEASON STAT LEADERS:

Disposals:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 267 / 22.3

Kicks:
Megan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 197 / 16.4

Handballs:
Laura Gardiner (Geelong Cats) – 105 / 13.1

Goals:
Imogen Milford (Casey Demons) – 17 / 1.4

Marks:
Meagan Kiely (North Melbourne) – 56 / 4.7

Tackles:
Courteney Bromage (Port Melbourne) – 123 / 10.3

2021 VFLW Round 12 wrap: Finals picture still unclear after upsets

AS it draws closer to the end, Round 12 of the Victorian Football League (VFL) Women’s saw some important wins from North Melbourne, Port Melbourne, Carlton, Collingwood, Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs.

ESSENDON 1.3 | 2.5 | 3.6 | 3.7 (25)
NORTH MELBOURNE 0.2 | 1.2 | 3.4 | 4.5 (29)

For fifth placed Essendon, their main aim was a win after their defeat to Western Bulldogs in round 11. Quarter one saw them with a rushed behind before North Melbourne booted the first goal of the game thanks to Daria Bannister. The rest of first quarter went Essendon’s way, as they took the lead early on with 1.3. Essendon continued with their lead in both the second and third quarters. However, North Melbourne slowly began to catch up towards the end of the third and ultimately causing disappointment for Essendon to secure the win.

Alana Barba who scored two goals and had 16 disposals for the Bombers in the loss, while Alex Morcom had 10 disposals and six handballs to her name, however it was not enough to stop a strong North Melbourne outfit. Meagan Kiely dominated for the winning side with 25 disposals, 17 kicks and eight handballs. North Melbourne’s score was also bolstered by their two goal scorers of Daria Bannister and Ella Maurer.

GOALS:

Essendon: A. Barba 2, A. Marcom.
North Melbourne: M. Sinclair 2, D. Bannister, E. Maurer.

BEST:

Essendon: E. Yassir, L. Ahrens, L. Caruso, E. Ashley-Cooper, N. MacDonald, G. Nanscawen
North Melbourne: B. Brown, M. Kiely, V. Saad, A. Hamilton, A. Smith, M. King

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CASEY DEMONS 1.3 | 3.3 | 4.4 | 5.5 (35)
PORT MELBOURNE 2.0 | 3.0 | 7.0 | 8.1 (49)

Port Melbourne caused a finals-defining win for Casey Demons last weekend at Casey Fields, knocking off the Demons to keep the Borough in contention for a top two spot. Right from the start of the first quarter, Casey held onto a strong start with a goal and two behinds scored. A response of two goals from Port Melbourne was not keeping Casey away from the tight contest. A string of goals in the third quarter from Port saw the Borough dominating the scoreboard, snatching the lead away from Casey. A even final term saw the Borough’s lead enough to win by 14 points on the road.

Emily Harley and Katherine Smith played a significant part in Port Melbourne’s win, both scoring two goals in the match. Kodi Jacques also was important for Port. 17 disposals, 1 goal and 12 tackles during her second VFLW game. Meanwhile, Eliza McNamara had a stellar performance for Casey with 23 disposals and 17 kicks.

GOALS:

Casey: L. Milford 2, C. Emonson, E. West, E.Zanker.
Port Melbourne: E. Harley 2, K. Smith 2, O. Barton, M. Brancatisano, K. Jacques, L. Stutt.

BEST:

Casey: E. Birch, M. Macdonald, G. Colvin, E. McNamara, M. Harasimiuk, C. Conroy
Port Melbourne: H. Cordner, K. Smith, C. Dyett, A. Edmonds, K. Jacques, I. Stutt

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CARLTON 0.3 | 2.4 | 2.6 | 4.7 (31)
GEELONG 1.2 | 1.2 | 2.2 | 3.4 (22)

Second placed Geelong Cats were looking to keep up their streak after their win last week against the Southern Saints. Despite an early lead from Carlton with two behinds added to the scoreboard, Geelong’s Georgia Clarke snagged the first goal of the game. Both teams responded with behinds until the second quarter where the game slowly began going Carlton’s way. By the time the third quarter came around, Carlton had already started to make a comeback and snatched the lead from their opponent. It was not long until Carlton had sealed the deal with a win at the end of the fourth quarter, leading Geelong to be defeated.

The winning side showed a strong force during the match with Abbie Mckay and 27 disposals. Grace Egan’s 21 disposals and Bry Gurr’s 10 kicks proved valuable for Carlton as well. Whilst Geelong came short from the win, they showed promising signs. Renee Garing impressed with 23 disposals, 15 tackles and 13 handballs. Meanwhile, Laura Gardiner had 22 disposals and 12 tackles.

GOALS:

Carlton: C. Jones, S. Lawrence, L. McEvoy, E. Wood.
Geelong Cats: G. Clarke 2, A. Johnson.

BEST:

Carlton: N. Plane, P. Trudgeon, E. Honybun, L. McEvoy, D. Walker, J. Borg
Geelong Cats: P. Sheppard, C. Gunjaca, R. Garing, T. Meissner, A. Johnson, J. Foley

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Darebin Falcons 0.0 | 0.2 | 2.3 | 3.3 (21)
Collingwood 4.0 | 6.1 | 7.2 | 11.6 (71)

Collingwood secured a 51-point win over the Darebin Falcons at Bill Lawry Oval. The win came as a result of a slow start from Darebin, which Collingwood were able to take advantage of immediately during the first quarter with four goals. Darebin’s struggle to get in the game continued during the second quarter, only managing to get in three behinds. It was not until a string of goals from Georgia Hammond and Stephanie Simpson which saw the Falcons finally get some majors on the board during the third quarter. Collingwood’s dominance over Darebin continued in the final quarter with Joanna Lin emerging as the side’s main goal scorer, alongside Mikala Cann who each kicked six goals between them.  For Darebin, Nicole Callinan led with the most disposals. Gena Lawson-Tavan had the most tackles for the side.

GOALS:

Darebin Falcons: S. Simpson 2, G. Hammond.
Collingwood: M.Cann 3, J.Lin 3, I.Barnett 2, C.Molloy 2, S. Livingstone.

BEST:

Darebin Falcons: N. Callinan, A. Mifsud, S. Simpson, J. Dal Pos, G. Lawson-Tavan, K. Roe
Collingwood: M. Cann, I. Purcell, J. Lin, J. Guy, N. Weston, C. Molloy

WILLIAMSTOWN 0.1 | 1.1 | 2.5 | 2.9 (21)
HAWTHORN 2.0 | 4.4 | 6.4 | 6.7 (43)

Hawthorn took control of the game from early on, leaving Williamstown struggling to get only a point on the board for the entirety of the first quarter. Hawthorn’s lead continued well into the second quarter with Sarah Perkins and Ashanti Bush among the side’s goal scorers. Heading into the third quarter, the Seagulls attempted to make a comeback, however, it was not enough as Hawthorn kept holding the lead in the third quarter. The Seagulls had begun to slowly crawl back into the game, but it did not have much impact on the outcome at the end of the final term.

Alison Drennan had a stellar performance for Hawthorn with 22 disposals. Meg Hutchins and Tamara Luke each proved pivotal for the winning side, with 18 and 12 disposals respectively. Although a win was not in the cards for Williamstown, Eliza Straford and Erin Todd were significant for the Seagulls, with both scoring a goal for their side, while young gun Jess Doyle was named best-on for her 13 disposals, three marks and and three tackles.

GOALS:

Seagulls: E. Straford, E. Todd.
Hawthorn: A. Bush 2, N. von Bertouch, S. Perkins, T. Luke, K. Stratton.

BEST:

Seagulls: J. Doyle, E. Graham, E. Baxter, E. Meade, E. Straford, L. Steane.
Hawthorn: C. Perera, G. Bevan, A. Bush, A. Drennan, J. Richardson, K. Stratton.

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Southern Saints 1.0 | 2.2 | 2.7 | 3.9 (27)
Western Bulldogs 1.0 | 2.0 | 4.3 | 5.3 (33)

In the battle between sixth and seventh, both the Southern Saints and Western Bulldogs started the game off evenly, as Anna Harris and Stephanie Asciak helped their teams get a goal on the board. Despite a slow start to the match and Elisabeth Georgostathis’ goal for the Bulldogs, the Southern Saints responded with a goal from Tyanna Smith and several behinds in the second quarter. The Western Bulldogs had a comeback in the third quarter with Annabel Scott among the players who scored a goal. Although the Saints had managed to have the lead in the first half, they failed to regain the lead once more as the Bulldogs were set for the win.

The tight contest with the Southern Saints was helped by the efforts of Caitlin Sargent, who scored a goal and had nine disposals to her name. Brooke Hards, another goal scorer for the Western Bulldogs was significant for the side’s win with some impressive plays, as well as Elisabeth Georgostathis who managed 15 disposals, 10 kicks and 10 tackles. For the Southern Saints, Hannah Stuart, Jayde Van Dyke and Alice Burke proved important for the side.

GOALS:

Southern Saints: G. De Angelis, A. Harris, T. Smith.
Western Bulldogs: S. Asciak, E. Georgostathis, B. Hards, C.Sargent, A. Scott.

BEST:

Southern Saints: M. McDonald, H. Priest, A. Burke, J. Van Dyk, M. Capsalis, T. Smith
Western Bulldogs: D. Marshall, E. Vale, S. Hartwig, E. Georgostathis, A. Scott, I. Pritchard
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