Ten players who were part of clubs in the inaugural TAC Cup Girls competition earlier this year were among 15 Victorian footballers selected at Wednesday’s NAB AFL Women’s Draft.
Bridie Kennedy’s athleticism in defence made her stand out for the Dandenong Stingrays in TAC Cup Girls in 2017.
Eastern Ranges forward/midfielder Olivia Flanagan is on track to be known for much more than just kicking the Box Hill Hawks’ first-ever goal in the Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s competition.
Sandringham Dragons talent Isabel Huntington is so highly rated, she’s in the frame to be the no.1 pick at Wednesday’s NAB AFL Women’s Draft despite missing all of the 2017 season through injury.
Bendigo Pioneers forward/ruck Eden Zanker’s return to football from time spent playing netball became very successful very quickly in 2017.
Maddy Guerin flourished with extra responsibility at the Northern Knights during the inaugural TAC Cup Girls season earlier this year.
The squad of 32 players for the 2017/18 NAB AFL Academy Level 2 program has been revealed, with sixteen TAC Cup players making the grade, write Mitch Wynd.
Sandringham Dragons forward/midfielder Georgia Ricardo advanced her NAB AFL Women’s Draft prospects quicker than she was expecting in 2017.
Murray Bushrangers rebounding defender Iilish Ross has risen rapidly through the football ranks after coming to the sport from motorbike racing last year.
The Gippsland Power’s Darcy Guttridge has proven her leadership credentials during a decorated season.