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    https://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/wo...s/news-story/0f412d2e7863463148f56edc9f2468dd

    THE 2020 AFLW FIXTURE (All times AEDT)

    ROUND 1

    RICHMOND v CARLTON
    Friday 7 February, 7.40pm at Ikon Park
    GWS GIANTS v GOLD COAST SUNS
    Saturday 8 February, 1.10pm at Blacktown International Sportspark
    MELBOURNE v NORTH MELBOURNE
    Saturday 8 February, 3.10pm at Casey Fields
    BRISBANE LIONS v ADELAIDE CROWS
    Saturday 8 February, 5.10pm at Hickey Park
    COLLINGWOOD v WEST COAST EAGLES
    Sunday 9 February, 1.10pm at Victoria Park
    ST KILDA v WESTERN BULLDOGS
    Sunday 9 February, 3.10pm at RSEA Park
    FREMANTLE v GEELONG CATS
    Sunday 9 February, 5.10pm at Fremantle Oval

    ROUND 2
    WESTERN BULLDOGS v MELBOURNE

    Friday 14 February, 7.40pm at Whitten Oval
    NORTH MELBOURNE v GWS GIANTS
    Saturday 15 February, 3.10pm at UTAS Stadium
    GOLD COAST SUNS v RICHMOND
    Saturday 15 February, 5.10pm at Metricon Stadium
    WEST COAST EAGLES v FREMANTLE
    Saturday 15 February, 7.10pm at Optus Stadium
    GEELONG CATS v BRISBANE LIONS
    Sunday 16 February, 1.10pm at GMHBA Stadium
    CARLTON v COLLINGWOOD
    Sunday 16 February, 3.10pm at Ikon Park
    ADELAIDE CROWS v ST KILDA
    Sunday 16 February, 5.10pm at Richmond Oval

    ROUND 3
    ST KILDA v MELBOURNE

    Friday 21 February, 7.10pm at RSEA Park
    WESTERN BULLDOGS v CARLTON
    Saturday 22 February, 3.10pm at Whitten Oval
    GOLD COAST SUNS v BRISBANE LIONS
    Saturday 22 February, 5.10pm at Metricon Stadium
    Double header with AFL preseason mens Q-clash @740pm (EDST)

    FREMANTLE v COLLINGWOOD
    Saturday 22 February, 7.40pm at Fremantle Oval
    GWS GIANTS v WEST COAST EAGLES
    Sunday 23 February, 1.10pm at Blacktown International Sportspark
    RICHMOND v NORTH MELBOURNE
    Sunday 23 February, 3.10pm at Punt Road Oval
    GEELONG CATS v ADELAIDE CROWS
    Sunday 23 February, 5.10pm at GMHBA Stadium

    ROUND 4
    COLLINGWOOD v MELBOURNE

    Friday 28 February, 5.40pm at Marvel Stadium
    Double header with AFL men's bushfire relief S.O.O game @750pm (EDST)

    RICHMOND v GEELONG CATS
    Saturday 29 February, 3.10pm at Queen Elizabeth Oval
    NORTH MELBOURNE v GOLD COAST SUNS
    Saturday 29 February, 5.10pm at Arden Street
    WEST COAST EAGLES v WESTERN BULLDOGS
    Saturday 29 February, 7.40pm at Leederville Oval
    ADELAIDE CROWS v CARLTON
    Sunday 1 March, 1.10pm at Richmond Oval
    ST KILDA v FREMANTLE
    Sunday 1 March, 3.10pm at RSEA Park
    BRISBANE LIONS v GWS GIANTS
    Sunday 1 March, 5.10pm at Hickey Park

    ROUND 5
    GOLD COAST SUNS v GEELONG CATS

    Friday 6 March, 7.10pm at Great Barrier Reef Arena, Mackay
    NORTH MELBOURNE v ADELAIDE CROWS
    Saturday 7 March, 3.10pm at North Hobart Oval
    GWS GIANTS v RICHMOND
    Saturday 7 March, 5.10pm at Robertson Oval, Wagga Wagga
    CARLTON v ST KILDA
    Saturday 7 March, 7.10pm at Ikon Park
    COLLINGWOOD v WESTERN BULLDOGS
    Sunday 8 March, 1.10pm at Morwell
    Doubleheader with AFL mens pre-season Coll vs StK at 350pm

    MELBOURNE v WEST COAST EAGLES
    Sunday 8 March, 3.10pm at Casey Fields
    FREMANTLE v BRISBANE LIONS
    Sunday 8 March, 5.10pm at Fremantle Oval

    ROUND 6
    GEELONG CATS v NORTH MELBOURNE

    Friday 13 March, 7.10pm at GMHBA Stadium
    BRISBANE LIONS v COLLINGWOOD
    Saturday 14 March, 3.10pm at Hickey Park
    ST KILDA v RICHMOND
    Saturday 14 March, 5.10pm at RSEA Park
    MELBOURNE v CARLTON
    Saturday 14 March, 7.40pm at TIO Traeger Park
    WESTERN BULLDOGS v FREMANTLE
    Sunday 15 March, 1.10pm at Whitten Oval
    ADELAIDE CROWS v GWS GIANTS
    Sunday 15 March, 3.10pm at Richmond Oval
    WEST COAST EAGLES v GOLD COAST SUNS
    Sunday 15 March, 5.10pm at Mineral Resources Park

    ROUND 7
    RICHMOND v BRISBANE LIONS

    Friday 20 March, 5.45pm at Punt Road Oval
    CARLTON v WEST COAST EAGLES
    Saturday 21 March, 1.10pm at Ikon Park
    NORTH MELBOURNE v WESTERN BULLDOGS
    Saturday 21 March, 3.10pm at Arden Street
    GWS GIANTS v GEELONG CATS
    Saturday 21 March, 5.10pm at GIANTS Stadium
    Double header with AFL mens GWS vs Geelong @725pm

    GOLD COAST SUNS v ADELAIDE CROWS
    Sunday 22 March, 1.10pm at Fankhauser Reserve
    FREMANTLE v MELBOURNE
    Sunday 22 March, 4.10pm at Fremantle Oval
    COLLINGWOOD v ST KILDA
    Sunday 22 March, 6.10pm at Victoria Park

    ROUND 8
    WESTERN BULLDOGS v GWS GIANTS

    Friday 27 March, 5.45pm at Whitten Oval
    CARLTON v FREMANTLE
    Saturday 28 March, 1.10pm at Marvel Stadium
    Double header with AFL mens Carlton vs Bulldogs @435pm

    GEELONG CATS v COLLINGWOOD
    Saturday 28 March, 3.10pm at GMHBA Stadium
    BRISBANE LIONS v NORTH MELBOURNE
    Saturday 28 March, 5.10pm at Gabba
    Double header with AFL mens Brisbane vs NM @725pm

    ADELAIDE CROWS v RICHMOND
    Sunday 29 March, 1.10pm at Unley Oval
    MELBOURNE v GOLD COAST SUNS
    Sunday 29 March, 4.10pm at Casey Fields
    WEST COAST EAGLES v ST KILDA
    Sunday 29 March, 6.10pm at Mineral Resources Park


    FINALS WEEK ONE
    Semi Final 1: Conference A 2nd place v Conference B 3rd place

    Saturday 4 April or Sunday 5 April, TBC at TBC
    Semi Final 2: Conference A 3rd place v Conference B 2nd place
    Saturday 4 April or Sunday 5 April, TBC at TBC

    FINALS WEEK TWO
    Preliminary Final 1: Conference A 1st place v Semi Final 2 winner

    Saturday 11 April or Sunday 12 April, TBC at TBC
    Preliminary Final 2: Conference B 1st place v Semi Final 1 winner
    Saturday 11 April or Sunday 12 April, TBC at TBC

    GRAND FINAL
    Winner of Preliminary Final 1 v Winner of Preliminary Final 2

    Saturday 18 April, TBC at TBC

    https://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/af...s/news-story/b62052335901af1d10ef35725b3b82ff
    A stand-alone slot has been left open on the Saturday (18 April) of Round 5 for the AFLW grand final. Both the Blues-Power and Suns-Demons games will start at 1.10pm (AEST), before the Bulldogs-Lions and Swans-Giants matches commence at 7.25pm. It means the AFLW grand final will likely be played in the (435pm??) twilight timeslot between the two pairs of AFL games.
     
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    https://womens.afl/news/18753/a-numbers-game-your-club-s-jumper-owners-for-season-2020
    With pre-season training starting on Monday, some clubs have already released their jumper numbers for the 2020 season.

    Adelaide
    Returning forward Ruth Wallace – who took a year off footy for personal reasons – will wear No.18, a jumper worn by a number of Indigenous male players at the club such as Eddie Betts and Graham Johncock. Veteran draftee Courtney Gum will don the No.5 in her comeback from a brief retirement.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Caitlin Gould, 2. Eloise Jones, 3. Angela Foley, 4. Chloe Scheer, 5. Courtney Gum, 6. Hannah Button (nee Martin, inactive for the season), 7. Nikki Gore, 8. Najwa Allen, 9. Deni Varnhagen, 10. Ebony Marinoff, 11. Rhiannon Metcalfe, 12. Chelsea Biddell, 12. Maisie Nankivell (inactive for the season), 13. Erin Phillips, 14. Stevie-Lee Thompson, 15. Danielle Ponter, 16. Ailish Considine, 17. Madison Newman, 18. Ruth Wallace (formerly 15), 19. Sophie Li, 20. Nicole Campbell, 21. Montana McKinnon, 22. Courtney Cramey, 23. Justine Mules, 24. Jessica Foley, 26. Chelsea Randall, 27. Renee Forth, 28. Jaimi Tabb, 31. Dayna Cox, 32. Marijana Rajcic, 33. Anne Hatchard, 39. Sarah Allan

    Brisbane
    Selina Priest (nee Goodman) is back on Brisbane's list for the first time since the 2017 Grand Final and has reclaimed her No.19 jumper. Young forward Jade Ellenger, who had a sparky debut season after coming into the side late, has moved from No.29 to her basketball No.5, vacated by former vice-captain Sam Virgo.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Emily Bates, 2. Jordan Zanchetta (formerly 7), 3. Breanna Koenen, 4. Sharni Webb, 5. Jade Ellenger (formerly 29), 6. Lily Postlethwaite, 7. Gabby Collingwood (formerly 28), 8. Emma Zielke, 9. Orla O'Dwyer, 10. Natalie Grider (formerly 17), 11. Rheanne Lugg, 12. Sophie Conway, 13. Kate Lutkins, 14. Dakota Davidson, 15. Greta Bodey, 16. Lauren Arnell, 17. Isabelle Dawes, 18. Ally Anderson, 19. Selina Priest, 20. Shannon Campbell, 21. Arianna Clarke, 22. Brianna McFarlane, 23. Jessica Wuetschner, 24. Tahlia Hickie, 25. Catherine Svarc, 26. Lucy Bellinger, 27. Jessy Keeffe, 28. Maria Moloney, 29. Hannah Hillman, 30. Jesse Wardlaw.

    CARLTON
    Consistency is key at Carlton, who haven't made any jumper number changes during the off-season.

    Grace Egan takes on former skipper Bri Davey's No.1, while the Blues' first selection in the draft, Lucy McEvoy, will wear No.13.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Grace Egan, 2. Katie Loynes, 3. Darcy Vescio, 4. Madison Prespakis, 5. Abbie McKay, 6. Gab Pound, 7. Tayla Harris, 8. Vaomua Laloifi, 9. Kerryn Harrington, 10. Sarah Hosking, 11. Jess Hosking, 12. Lauren Brazzale, 13. Lucy McEvoy, 14. Brooke Walker, 15. Chloe Dalton, 16. Breann Moody, 18. Katie Harrison, 19. Georgia Gee, 20. Charlotte Wilson, 21. Nicola Stevens, 22. Courtney Jones, 23. Sharni Whiting, 25. Jess Edwards, 26. Joanne Doonan, 27. Emerson Woods, 30. Alison Downie, 31. Brooke Vernon, 32. Nat Plane, 33. Serena Gibbs, 36. Jayde Van Dyk

    Collingwood
    Star recruit Brianna Davey made the No.1 her own at Carlton but will wear No.3 at Collingwood. There's only one jumper number change at the Pies, with re-drafted forward Jordan Membrey jumping up from No.31 to No.21.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Sharni Layton, 2. Chloe Molloy, 3. Brianna Davey, 4. Sarah D’Arcy, Emma Grant, 6. Jordyn Allen, 7. Sarah Rowe, 8. Brittany Bonnici, 9. Alana Porter, 10. Ashleigh Brazill, 11. Eliza Hynes, 12. Stacey Livingstone, 13. Jaimee Lambert, 14. Aishling Sheridan, 15. Erica Fowler, 16. Katie Lynch, 17. Stephanie Chiocci, 18. Ruby Schleicher, 20. Kalia Bentvelzen, 21. Jordan Membrey (formerly 31), 22. Sophie Casey, 23. Lauren Butler, 24. Sophie Alexander, 25. Mikala Cann, 32. Georgia Gourlay, 33. Machaelia Roberts, 35. Maddie Shevlin, 41. Kristy Stratton, 46. Sarah Dargan, 50. Ebony O’Dea

    FREMANTLE
    The Dockers saw a big turnover in their squad ahead of the 2020 season, bringing in 12 players.

    The club's first draft pick, Roxy Roux, will wear No.17, previously owned by star midfielder Dana Hooker (now at West Coast).

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Ashley Sharp, 2. Kiara Bowers, 3. Emma O'Driscoll, 4. Mia-Rae Clifford, 5. Tayla Bresland, 6. Sabreena Duffy, 7. Jasmin Stewart, 8. Evie Gooch, 9. Alex Williams, 10. Aine Tighe, 11. Lindal Rohde, 12. Ebony Antonio, 13. Katie-Jayne Grieve, 14. Leah Mascall, 15. Kara Antonio, 16. Sarah Garstone, 17. Roxanne Roux, 18. Philipa Seth, 19. Hayley Miller, 20. Stephanie Cain, 21. Mim Strom, 22. Gabby O'Sullivan, 23. Matilda Sergeant, 24. Angelique Stannett, 25. Ann McMahon, 26. Bianca Webb, 27. Gemma Houghton, 29. Janelle Cuthberston, 32. Laura Pugh, 44. Kate Flood

    GEELONG
    Father-daughter selection Millie Brown has decided not to take up her dad Paul's No.40, instead opting for 19.

    Midfield recruit Amy McDonald will carry her No.3 from the club's VFLW side to its AFLW team.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Rene Caris, 2. Danielle Higgins, 3. Amy McDonald, 4. Cassie Blakeway, 5. Jordan Ivey, 6. Julia Crockett-Grills, 7. Madisen Maguire, 8. Kate Darby, 9. Nina Morrison, 10. Georgie Rankin, 11. Meg McDonald, 12. Renee Garing, 14. Aasta O'Connor, 15. Gemma Wright, 16. Olivia Purcell, 17. Georgia Clarke, 18. Melissa Hickey, 19. Millie Brown, 20. Mia Skinner, 21. Rebecca Webster, 22. Nicole Garner, 23. Phoebe McWilliams, 24. Maddy McMahon, 26. Maddy Boyd, 27. Sophie Van De Heuvel, 28. Denby Taylor, 30. Richelle Cranston, 40. Anna Teague, 44. Rebecca Goring, 45. Maddy Keryk

    GOLD COAST
    Gold Coast has confirmed its jumper numbers for its inaugural season in 2020.

    Established AFLW players Leah Kaslar, Jamie Stanton and Sally Riley will don familiar digits, retaining the playing numbers 11, 17 and 8 they have worn respectively in their careers to date.

    1. Paige Parker, 2. Lauren Bella, 3. Tori Groves-Little, 4. Jordann Hickey, 5. Jacqui Yorston, 6. Charlotte Hammans, 7. Lauren Ahrens, 8. Sally Riley, 9. Emma Pittman, 10. Maddy Roberts, 11. Leah Kaslar, 12. Molly Ritson, 13. Taylor Smith, 14. Serene Watson, 15. Tayla Thorn, 16. Britt Perry, 17. Jamie Stanton, 18. Kitara Whap-Farrar, 19. Tiarna Ernst, 20. Jasmyn Hewett, 21. Ellie Hampson, 22. Sam Virgo, 23. Kalinda Howarth, 24. Hannah Dunn, 25. Dee Heslop, 26. Kate Surman, 29. Cheyenne Hammond, 30. Lexi Hamilton, 42. Jade Pregelj, 47. Georgia Breward

    GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY
    Amanda Farrugia's No.18 will remain vacant after her retirement on the eve of the season.

    Despite having previously played at the club, Britt Tully (No.36, pictured below) will don a new number, while the re-drafted Bec Privitelli - who last lined up in 2018 - reclaims her No.19.

    Jess Allan (No.39) will wear the same number as her sister Sarah, who plays for Adelaide.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Emily Goodsir, 2. Alicia Eva, 3. Alyce Parker, 4. Maggie Gorham, 5. Jodie Hicks, 6. Rebecca Beeson, 7. Jess Dal Pos, 8. Nicola Barr, 9. Tanya Hetherington, 10. Ellie Brush, 11. Aimee Schmidt, 12. Louise Stephenson, 13. Cora Staunton, 14. Annalyse Lister, 15. Lisa Whiteley, 16. Taylah Davies, 17. Georgia Garnett, 19. Rebecca Privitelli, 20. Lisa Steane, 21. Pepa Randall, 22. Elle Bennetts, 23. Erin McKinnon, 24. Haneen Zreika, 25. Ingrid Nielsen, 27. Yvonne Bonner, 30. Sarah Halvorsen, 32. Tait Mackrill, 34. Jacinda Barclay, 36. Britt Tully (formerly 16), 39. Jess Allan

    MELBOURNE
    Big-name recruit Libby Birch will swap her Western Bulldogs No.18 for No.9 at new home Melbourne.

    No existing players have changed numbers, with returning superstar midfielder Daisy Pearce once again wearing the No.6 in her return from having twins

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers

    1. Tegan Cunningham, 2. Meg Downie, 3. Maddison Gay, 4. Karen Paxman, 5. Elise O'Dea, 6. Daisy Pearce, 7. Bianca Jakobsson, 8. Sarah Lampard, 9. Libby Birch, 10. Kate Hore, 11. Chantel Emonson, 12. Shelley Scott, 13. Katherine Smith, 14. Lily Mithen, 15. Lauren Pearce, 16. Aliesha Newman, 17. Niamh McEvoy, 18. Casey Sherriff, 19. Jacqueline Parry, 20. Brenna Tarrant, 21. Harriet Cordner, 22. Madeleine Guerin, 23. Sinead Goldrick, 26. Shae Sloane, 28. Tyla Hanks, 29. Eden Zanker, 30. Shelley Heath, 31. Krstel Petrevski, 32. Gabby Colvin, 36. Ainslie Kemp

    North Melbourne
    The Roos have stuck with what's worked in the past, with no players changing numbers. Star draftee midfielder Mia King has taken on Moana Hope's No.23, while Irish rookies Aileen Gilroy and Mairead Seoighe will wear the No.8 and No.13 respectively.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Sophie Abbatangelo, 2. Daria Bannister, 3. Taylor Mesiti, 4. Elisha King, 5. Kate Gillespie-Jones, 6. Emma Humphries, 7. Ashleigh Riddell, 8. Aileen Gilroy, 9. Emma Kearney, 10. Kaitlyn Ashmore, 11. Daisy Bateman, 12. Nicole Bresnehan, 13. Mairead Seoighe, 16. Tahlia Randall, 17. Sarah Wright, 18. Brittany Gibson, 19. Jasmine Grierson, 20. Bethany Lynch, 21. Jessica Trend, 22. Ellie Gavalas, 23. Mia King, 24. Tahni Nestor, 25. Jasmine Grierson, 26. Abbey Green, 27. Jessica Duffin, 28. Libby Haines, 29. Chloe Haines, 31. Danielle Hardiman, 35. Jenna Bruton, 60. Emma King

    Richmond
    Former Western Bulldogs pair Katie Brennan and Monique Conti will retain their original AFLW numbers, as will Sabrina Frederick and ex-Collingwood pair Christina Bernardi and Lauren Tesoriero.

    1. Sophie Molan, 2. Phoebe Monahan, 3. Katie Brennan, 4. Monique Conti, 5. Maddy Brancatisano, 6. Christina Bernardi, 7. Lauren Tesoriero, 8. Courtney Wakefield, 9. Hannah Burchell, 10. Kodi Jacques, 11. Alice Edmonds, 12. Laura Bailey, 13. Alana Woodward, 14. Sabrina Frederick, 15. Rebecca Miller, 16. Laura McClelland, 17. Ella Wood, 18. Sarah Sansonetti, 19. Kate Dempsey, 20. Holly Whitford, 21. Iilish Ross, 22. Nekaela Butler, 23. Emma Horne, 24. Tayla Stahl, 25. Cleo Saxon-Jones, 26. Ciara Fitzgerald, 27. Emily Harley, 28. Gabby Seymour, 34. Akec Makur Chuot, 43. Grace Campbell

    St Kilda
    A handful of players – including Alison Drennan, Kate McCarthy, Courteney Munn, Nat Exon, Tilly Lucas-Rodd and Cat Phillips – will run out in a familiar jumper, holding onto their numbers from their previous clubs.

    1. Molly McDonald, 2. Alison Brown, 3. Emma Mackie, 4. Claudia Whitfort, 5. Darcy Guttridge, 6. Samantha Johnson, 7. Rhiannon Watt, 8. Alison Drennan, 9. Kate McCarthy, 10. Jessica Sedunary, 11. Isabella Shannon, 12. Kate Shierlaw, 13. Courteney Munn, 14. Hannah Priest, 15. Nat Exon, 16. Poppy Kelly, 17. Caitlin Greiser, 18. Tilly Lucas-Rodd, 19. Melissa Kuys, 20. Kelly O’Neill, 21. Georgia Patrikios, 22. Tamara Luke, 23. Olivia Vesely, 24. Clara Fitzpatrick, 25. Rosie Dillon, 26. Selena Karlson, 27. Nicola Xenos, 28. Nadia von Bertouch, 29. Tarni White, 35. Catherine Phillips

    WEST COAST
    Vice-captain Dana Hooker has nabbed the No.17 jumper, claiming it ahead of new skipper Emma Swanson. The pair both wore the number at GWS and Fremantle respectively, with Swanson now donning 13.

    Livewire forward and former Docker Kellie Gibson has come virtually full circle, returning to the No.2 she wore at Adelaide back in 2017, while the club's first signing, Mikayla Bowen, will wear No.1.

    1. Mikayla Bowen, 2. Kellie Gibson, 3. Brianna Green, 4. Courtney Guard, 5. McKenzie Dowrick, 6. Emily Bonser, 7. Beatrice Devlyn, 8. Maddy Collier, 9. Ashlee Atkins, 10. Melissa Caulfield, 11. Danika Pisconeri, 12. Niamh Kelly, 13. Emma Swanson, 14. Belinda Smith, 15. Grace Kelly, 16. Ashton Hill, 17. Dana Hooker, 19. Imahra Cameron, 20. Kate Bartlett, 21. Mhicca Carter, 23. Tarnee Tester, 24. Hayley Bullas, 25. Parris Laurie, 26. Talia Radan, 27. Chantella Perera, 31. Emily McGuire, 32. Kate Orme, 33. Cassie Davidson, 35. Sophie McDonald, 37. Alicia Janz

    WESTERN BULLDOGS
    A Grant will once again don the No.3 jumper at the Western Bulldogs, with Isabella Grant taking on father Chris' number, made vacant by the departed Katie Brennan.

    Number one draft pick Gabby Newton will be repping the No.5.

    Players in bold are new or have changed numbers
    1. Brooke Lochland, 2. Ellie Blackburn, 3. Isabella Grant, 4. Isabel Huntington, 5. Gabby Newton, 6. Kirsten McLeod, 7. Deanna Berry, 8. Bonnie Toogood (formerly 28), 9. Eleanor Brown, 10. Nicole Callinan, 11. Lauren Spark, 12. Gemma Lagioia, 13. Celine Moody, 14. Ellyse Gamble, 15. Aisling McCarthy, 16. Naomi Ferres, 17. Elisabeth Georgostathis, 18. Britney Gutknecht, 19. Ashleigh Guest, 20. Hannah Munyard, 21. Bailey Hunt, 22. Hannah Scott, 23. Aisling Utri, 24. Kim Rennie, 25. Nell Morris-Dalton, 26. Danielle Marshall, 27. Kirsty Lamb, 28. Amelia Van Oosterwijck, 31. Katy Herron, 36. Angelica Gogos
     
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    Another Demon who won't be suiting up in 2020

     
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    https://womens.afl/news/40956/practice-matches-when-and-where-your-club-is-playing

    AFLW Practice Matches (all open to public)
    Saturday, 25 January (all times local)
    Collingwood v Melbourne - Holden Centre, 10am
    Western Bulldogs v Geelong - VU Whitten Oval, 10:30am
    Carlton v North Melbourne - Ikon Park, 11am
    Gold Coast v St Kilda - Southport Oval, 12pm
    Fremantle v Adelaide - David Grays Arena (Mandurah), 4pm

    Sunday 26 January
    GWS v Brisbane - Tom Wills Oval, 9am (live stream mention in the article)
    https://www.gwsgiants.com.au/news/554783/giants-to-host-aflw-practice-match-against-brisbane
    Richmond v West Coast - Punt Road Oval, 1pm
     
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    The following players I have listed as INACTIVE for 2020 and won't be eligible to be drafted in either the keeper league or draft league TS comps in 2020

    Hannah Martin ADELAIDE
    Chelsea Randall ADELAIDE
    Maisie Nankivell ADELAIDE
    Ruth Wallace ADELAIDE (also inactive in 2019)
    Ann McMahon FREMANTLE (1st year)
    Bianca Jakobsson MELBOURNE
    Katherine Smith MELBOURNE
    Shae Sloane MELBOURNE
    Jess Duffin NORTH MELBOURNE
    Aisling Utri WESTERN BULLDOGS
    Rosie Deegan WEST COAST (1st year)
    Alicia Janz WEST COAST

    Are there any others I have missed ??


     
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    This might help you guys, especially if the AFLW prospectus hasn't arrived yet ;)
     
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    https://www.westcoasteagles.com.au/news/556138/aflw-gilmore-elevated-to-west-coast-squad

    We will add this player to the TS AFLW database, however they will not be available in the keeper league pre-season draft as this was announced after it was commenced. They will be eligible to be picked up pre AFLW Round 1 in the supplementary draft.

    Positional eligibility will be determined and they will be available for the annual draft league before it kicks off.
    - edit - it seems fairly clear that she is a Key Forward so Fwd only it is.
     
  18. anthak

    anthak Moderator Staff Member

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    What is the reasoning for these players being unavailable to draft in the keeper league?

    I think it’s too late to change it now anyway, but I wish we’d discussed it pre-draft because I feel it would’ve been better for them to be available to draft.
     
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    TheTassieHawk SC fanatic Staff Member

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    It makes next years drafter deeper, and we can better gauge the inactive players list impact. It is a one-off for our first year.
     
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