Like many TAC Cup Girls players graduating to senior level in the Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s, Tyla Hanks found herself in contrasting roles at either end of the 2018 season.
The rapid emergence of the AFL Women’s competition brought Oakleigh Chargers and Collingwood VFLW goalkicker Daisy Bateman back to football just in time for her NAB AFL Women’s Draft year.
Dandenong Stingrays and Casey Demons defender Jordyn Allen may have been among only 12 Victorians selected in this year’s NAB AFL Women’s U18 All Australian team but wasn’t entirely happy with how 2018 panned out.
Calder Cannons and Melbourne Uni ball-winner Madison Prespakis is well prepared for a potential career in the AFL Women’s following a decorated junior-football journey.
In the lead-up to the 2018 NAB AFL Women’s Draft on Tuesday October 23, vfl.com.au will profile 10 of the top prospects from this year’s Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s ranks. See all stories currently released here.
After progressing along the football pathway through her junior career, Murray Bushrangers and Melbourne Uni defender Rebecca Webster focused on pushing her boundaries in 2018.
Madeline Brancatisano had the maturity to captain a particularly young Northern Knights outfit into this year’s TAC Cup Girls Grand Final in just her third season playing football.
The youngest member of Hawthorn’s recent Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s premiership-winning team, Mikala Cann, remarkably hadn’t played a game of competitive football prior to 2018.
Sophie Van De Heuvel was able to learn first-hand from one of 2018’s best Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s players while at Williamstown this season.
Nina Morrison’s whirlwind first two years in football has placed the Geelong Falcons and Geelong Cats playmaker at the pointy end of 2018 NAB AFL Women’s Draft calculations.