Leagues: SANFL Women's League, AFLW U18 Championships
The reigning SANFL Women’s leading goalkicker has not had a clean run at it this season after sustaining an ankle injury prior to the first league-wide bye. She still managed to kick two goals in her first three games, but if selected, it will be based off her incredible season last year where she booted 18 goals in 11 games. Originally a midfielder, Lishmund thrived inside 50 and was among the prospects in our extended Power Rankings last year.
Lishmund was a low-production midfielder but after being moved forward lifted her numbers despite largely being a mark and kick stay-at-home forward. What the talented footballer brings to the table is a good set of hands and a booming, reliable kick, along with plenty of energy to boot. Clubs might have wanted to see some sustained form this season as well, but even if she misses out here, should be among the better mature-age chances at year’s end.
- Scoreboard impact
- Penetrating kick
- Aerial ability
- Goal sense
SANFL Women's League
AFLW U18 Championships
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