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NTFL competitions return for Round 12

TOMORROW marks the return for the NTFL Premier League’s with both the men’s and women’s competitions recommencing their 2023/24 seasons with Round 12. All eight matches take place on Saturday, with four at TIO Stadium, and two each at Marrara and Nightcliff. NTFL SEASON SO FAR After 11 rounds, the top of the Men’s Premier […]

2023 AFLW Draft State-by-State analysis: National

OVER the last week we have taken a look at each of the individual states and which players have nominated for their home state in the 2023 AFL Women’s Draft. Naturally, the largest nomination base is that of those who have nominated nationally, with a whopping 377 players doing so – two thirds of the […]

2023 AFLW Draft Positional Analysis: Rucks & Tall Forwards

AS the 2023 AFL Women’s Draft edges closer, we take a look at some of the key players who could shape the draft by each position. The second article in this series takes a look at those tall forwards who can influence a game inside 50, or can roll into the ruck. TOP POWER RANKING […]

Tigers and Saints destroy scoreless opponents

IT was an incredibly one-sided round of NTFL Women’s Premier League action, with two teams held scoreless and the closest margin of the four games being 42 points. That, along with the next closest margin of 64 points paled in comparison to the beltings that Nightcliff and St Mary’s handed out, which totalled a whopping […]

2023 AFLW Draft Profiles | FULL LIST

MORE than 80 players got invited to the AFL Women’s Draft Combine, and each one of them will feature on site with a full AFLW Draft Profile. See the completed profiles below and click on the individual player profile for the full draft profile.

Earning a second shot: Over-age Draft Combine invites

FIVE players earned AFL Women’s Draft Combine invites above the typical top-age draft season. Ranging between over-age (2004-born) and what is deemed mature-age (2003 or older), the five players have all caught the eye of AFLW Clubs enough to test their athletic capabilities at their respective combines. Tshinta Kendall (Bond University)11/04/2001 | Forward The former […]

Preview | WAFLW Semi-Finals: Top four teams remain

ONLY one of the four teams can ultimately lift aloft the 2023 WAFL Women’s premiership cup, with today’s semi-finals to knock out the first competitor, and send another to the grand final. Claremont will be gunning for back-to-back flags and a spot in the big dance when it takes on South Fremantle in the major […]

Bulldogs survive fast-finishing Swans

SOUTH Fremantle survived an almighty scare from a fast-finishing Swan Districts outfit to head into its inaugural WAFL Women’s finals series with a win. The Bulldogs looked to have the game covered as late as the 13th minute of the final term, before Taylah Edwards booted two goals in the final few minutes to give […]

Preview | WAFLW R16b: Third spot up for grabs

A MASSIVE final day of WAFL Women’s regular season action sees third spot up for grabs across a couple of matches. All East Fremantle has to do is not lose by a big margin to secure fourth spot, but will likely win and have the homeground advantage next week. But if Swan Districts can take […]

U23s to watch: WAFL Women’s

IN the wake of a successful win by the Under 23 All-Stars against the AFL Women’s Academy, it highlighted the value that can be found outside the top-age AFLW Draft prospects. While the All-Stars team was made up of players only from Victoria, Tasmania and Northern Territory, we decided to apply the same criteria out […]

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