Peter Williams

Peter founded the Bound For Glory News Rising Stars program in 2012, and Draft Central in 2016, having followed the male and female footballing pathways for over a decade.

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2022 SANFLW Grand Final preview: North Adelaide vs. Sturt

HISTORY will be written for one side in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Women’s, as North Adelaide and Sturt go head-to-head in the 2022 Grand Final. Just two weeks ago the Roosters accounted for the Double Blues by 57 points in a convincing win, but the heaviest defeat of Sturt’s season looked more […]

WAFLW Round 15 preview: In-form Lions set sights on unbeaten Sharks

ALL of the top six West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s sides will take part in Round 15, with winless West Perth earning its last bye of the 2022 season. Though the top two spots are locked in, there is plenty on the line, with Claremont wanting to gain the mental edge against a Peel […]

North’s “best is better” as Roosters aim to go harder than semi win

“THEY’VE got some great players, but I think our best is better.” North Adelaide coach Krissie Steen is backing her side in to rise again from its 57-point semi-final victory against Sturt, just two sleeps out from the biggest day on the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Women’s calendar. The three-time League premiership coach […]

Sturt aiming for 80 minutes of “switched on” footy

REGARDLESS of the grand final result on Sunday, Sturt has achieved its best South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Women’s season by a long way. The Double Blues want to complete the fairytale and go from a maximum of three wins to a flag, but also know the challenge that confronts them – a red-hot […]

WAFLW Draft Combine invitee notes: Round 14

NOW the AFLW Draft Combine invitees have been named, the focus of the West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s Academy notes piece will look to those draft-eligible players and how they perform each week. These notes will be separate to the game-by-game notes, which will now focus on bottom-age talents and others who catch the […]

SANFLW Academy notes: Preliminary Final

STURT made history by reaching its first South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Women’s Grand Final on the weekend, defeating Glenelg by 17 points. There was a mixed bag of performances from the State Academy members, in what was a tough game for the clean outside players, but we took note of each of the […]

QAFL/W watch: Smith steps up in wet for Hornets

JUST five matches took place across the Queensland Australian Football League (QAFL) men’s and women’s competitions last weekend, with heavy rain playing havoc on all grounds. Those matches that did go ahead were rain affected, but the a number of the clashes – three men’s and two women’s games – were called off. We now […]

2022 WAFLW Team of the Week: Round 14

THREE big winners, plenty of Rookie Me Central West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s Team of the Week representatives for Round 14. Claremont recorded an equal season-high of seven players after a massive victory over South Fremantle – who was the the only team not to have a representative – while Peel Thunder (six) and […]

Bates crowned SANFLW’s best

GLENELG ball magnet Jessica Bates has been crowned the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Women’s League Best and Fairest for 2022. The consistent midfielder averaged 25.3 disposals, 3,0 marks, 10.6 tackles, 5.3 clearances, 3.8 inside 50s and 3.0 rebound 50s per game to lead the league in kicks, disposals, tackles and clearances. The brilliant […]

2022 SANFLW Awards night preview

TONIGHT marks the South Australian National Football League Women’s (SANFLW) night of nights, with the best and brightest stars from the top state league across the country rewarded for their efforts throughout the 2022 season. From the league best and fairest to the SANFLW Team of the Year, there will be plenty of outstanding contributions […]

WAFLW Round 14 wrap: Big winners in wet conditions

TWO of the three West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s matches were affected partially or fully by wet weather, as each of the losing sides only managed the one goal for Round 14. Peel Thunder all but secured third spot with a huge win over Swan Districts, as Claremont locked up second spot courtesy of […]

SANFLW Preliminary Final wrap: Sturt makes history

AFTER a barren few years in terms of wins and losses, Sturt‘s dedication to its youth and long-term sustainability has paid off with the Double Blues reaching their maiden South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Women’s Grand Final. Having had a disappointing loss to North Adelaide last weekend, the Double Blues earned their place in […]

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