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Gorillas aim to stomp back into contention in 2022

AFTER a wooden spoon finish in 2021, the only way is up for Wilston Grange in the 2022 QAFL Women’s season. According to new coach Mark Wilkin, four quarter footy will be the key to rising back up the ladder for the Gorillas. “We’ve really talked about what it means to play four quarters of […]

2020 AFL Women’s team preview: Gold Coast SUNS

ONE of four expansion teams joining the AFL Women’s competition in 2020, the Gold Coast Suns have plenty to offer with lots of young talent coming through the ranks alongside some experienced names. We take a look at how they will shape up in the elite competition. KEY PLAYER: Jamie Stanton (midfielder) A talented midfielder, […]

Sunny future for speedster Whap-Farrar

WHEN Gold Coast SUNS announced a trio of Under-18 players as pre-signings ahead of next year’s AFL Women’s competition, they covered all bases. With Charlotte Hammans covering the defence and Ellie Hampson being the inside bull, it was the third signing of Kitara Whap-Farrar that added the extra pace and X-factor on the outside. The […]

Future bright for pre-listed Sun

FOLLOWING a more traditional pathway to many of her contemporaries, Queensland’s Charlotte Hammans is one of the few Under-18 young guns who does not need to wait until the October AFL Women’s Draft to discover her future. The talented defender and outside midfielder, who is capable of playing other roles, was prelisted by the Gold […]

2019 Queensland Podcast | Interviews with Ellie Hampson, Lily Postlethwaite, Serene Watson and Kitara Whap-Farrar

IN a new Final Siren podcast series reviewing the AFL Women’s Under-18 Championships side-by-side, we take a look at some of the top prospects who performed strongly across all three lines, as well interviews with key players within each individual state. The first edition is Queensland, and Final Siren podcast host Matthew Cocks, and Draft […]

2019 AFLW Under-18 All Australian side announced

VIC COUNTRY has earned the most nominations in the 2019 AFL Women’s Under-18 All Australian side with six players named in the final 22. Country’s state rival Vic Metro had four, the same amount as Queensland despite the differing results at the championships. Western Australia and Central Allies both had three players in the side, […]

Draft Central Team of the Week: AFLW U18 Championships – Round 2

AFTER a massive week on the Gold Coast, we at Draft Central have named our Team of the Week for the AFL Women’s Under-18 Championships. For the exercise, the 24-player team does not include form from Round 1 (ie. prior to the Gold Coast matches) and only includes players who played all three matches, therefore […]

Scouting notes: AFLW U18s – Wednesday, July 10

ON the second day of the AFL Women’s Under-18 Championships, we headed down to muddy Southport where Vic Metro and Vic Country picked up another two wins against Queensland and Eastern Allies respectively, while Western Australia defeated Central Allies in the final match of the day. All notes are opinion-based of the individual writer. QUEENSLAND […]