ROUND 3 produced entertaining round of AFL Women’s action on the weekend, and plenty of star performances. We highlight a bunch of them with a recap of who leads the key statistical categories, already roughly a third of the way through the season.
Starting out with the disposals, and many of the usual suspects still occupy the top five places. Alyce Parker remains in the lead with an average of 25 touches a game, followed by Anne Hatchard and Jasmine Garner with averages of 24.3 apiece. Monique Conti and Amy McDonald round out the top five, square on an even 24 touches per game.
Rebecca Webster and Claudia Whitfort lead the way in this category with 5.7 inside 50s a game on average. Garner is just behind on an even five, followed by Hatchard and Orla O’Dwyer, who have managed 4.7 per their three outings.
Moving across to the rebound 50s, and it’s Chelsea Biddell who continues to lead the way with an average of seven a game.
Many of the usual tackling suspects this season still occupy the top five spots on this list.
Impressively it is Eilish Sheerin who still leads the way in this category with an average of 11.7 intercept possessions a game.
The running machines of the AFLW are still putting up some impressive numbers.
O’Dwyer leads this category at the moment with an average of 373.1 gained a game, followed by Marinoff and Aileen Gilroy rounding out the top three.
The remaining members of the top five are Emma Swanson and Biddell.
It is Garner who leads this category at the moment with an impressive average of 7.7 a game. Bowers is not far behind on a 7.3 average, followed by McDonald, Ally Anderson and Lucas-Rodd.