AFLW Debut season watch: Round 2 Season 7

THE AFLW Debut season focus is back for season 7, where we take a look at some of the better player performances from those who make their debut in this year.

On Friday night at the MCG, the Dees held on for a narrow win over the Kangaroos.

For the victorious Dees Maeve Chaplin had ten touches, two marks and two tackles, but did not have as much of an influence on the game as she had in her debut.

Meanwhile for the Kangaroos, someone who did have a good game was Erika O’Shea, who finished with 11 touches, three marks and four tackles.

Over in Adelaide, Rylie Wilcox (15 touches, four marks and a tackle) and Heidi Woodley (13 touches, three marks and five tackles) helped the Western Bulldogs go 2-0 with a win over Port Adelaide.

Meanwhile for the losing Port Adelaide Alex Ballard (15 disposals, four marks and a tackle), Abbey Dowrick (11 disposals, seven tackles and a mark) and Hannah Ewings (11 disposals, seven tackles and a mark) all had solid performances.

Meanwhile over in Perth, Megan Kauffman had another good game despite her Fremantle side losing again. She finished with 10 touches, six tackles and a mark.

Over at ETU Stadium on Sunday, Carlton got on the winners list with a narrow win over the Bombers.

For the victorious Blues, Keeley Skepper had an excellent debut, finishing with 14 touches, four marks, two tackles and a goal.

Meanwhile for the Bombers Paige Scott had 11 touches, two marks and a goal, while Stephanie Wales did not touch the ball too much but did lead the way for her team in the hit out department.

Over at Victoria Park the Pies came back from a fast Swans start to take the win.

For the victorious Pies, Imogen Evans finished with 14 touches, five marks and three tackles.

Meanwhile for the Swans skipper Lauren Szigeti finished with 10 touches, five tackles and a mark, while Aimee Whelan finished with 13 touches, six tackles and a mark. Molly Eastman finished with 13 touches, four marks and a whopping ten tackles, while Cynthia Hamilton (12 touches, four marks and two tackles) and Ella Heads (10 touches, two marks and six tackles) both had solid games.

Over at Box Hill City Oval, the Saints kept their undefeated start to the season intact with a win over Hawthorn.

For the Saints Hannah Stuart had a stellar game, finishing with 13 disposals, four tackles and two marks.

Meanwhile for the Hawks Catherine Brown (10 disposals, two marks), Mackenzie Eardley (11 touches, three tackles and a mark), Jasmine Fleming (10 touches, four tackles and a mark) and Lucy Wales (12 touches, three tackles, 14 hit outs and a mark) all had solid games, while Tamara Smith had a great game, finishing with 16 touches, three marks and six tackles.

The final game of the weekend was in the Sunshine State, and saw the Suns take care of the Eagles.

For the Suns Jasmyn Smith may have only had the nine touches but did land three tackles and a mark.

Meanwhile for West Coast Ella Roberts only had the nine touches, but did land four marks and three tackles.  

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