Well done to the three Swisse VFL Women’s players selected in the 2017 NAB AFL Women’s Rookie Draft today.
Ten Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s players were among 15 Victorian footballers selected at Wednesday’s NAB AFL Women’s Draft.
Ahead of the 2017 AFLW Draft on October 18, all 10 Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s clubs provided their thoughts on what they believe will happen draft day.
Eastern Devils key forward Sophie Alexander has caught the eyes of many during her first full season of football.
Bridie Kennedy’s athleticism in defence made her stand out for Cranbourne in Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s in 2017.
Olivia Flanagan is on track to be known for much more than just kicking the Box Hill Hawks’ first-ever goal in the Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s competition.
Seaford forward/midfielder Georgia Ricardo advanced her NAB AFL Women’s Draft prospects quicker than she was expecting in 2017.
Jenna Bruton capped a breakout Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s season by beating some top-end talent to St Kilda’s best-and-fairest award.
Frankston’s football comeback is well and truly underway after the club announced this week that St Kilda Football Club ruck coach and former Port Melbourne assistant Adam Skrobalak will coach the Dolphins for their first season back in the VFL after a year away, as Jake Morris reports.
Diamond Creek small forward Sophie Abbatangelo’s transition to football went more smoothly than she thought it would this year.