Werribee enjoyed an improved Hard Yakka / Totally Workwear VFL season in 2019 after several leaner years and the club’s developing young guns may still reap the rewards yet.
Despite falling from the heights of the 2018 VFLW premiership to missing the 2019 finals, Hawthorn still produced the most draftees of any VFLW club at last month’s NAB AFL Women’s Draft.
Three years after Callum Searle was first considered a prospect for selection at the NAB AFL Draft, the Port Melbourne defender is now ready once again if an AFL club comes calling.
Injury has provided a backdrop for much of Frank Anderson’s promising football career, but the Northern Blues midfielder found enough consistency in 2019 to present himself as a prospect for November 27-28’s NAB AFL Draft.
A retiring VFL ruck champion helped Joel Ottavi establish himself at Williamstown this year after only five games across his previous two seasons at state-league level.
Three umpires from 2019 Victorian state-league panels are among eight total promotions to AFL umpiring panels for the 2020 season.
Injury may have thwarted Sam Lowson’s quest to join an AFL list in the middle of the 2019 season, but the Coburg forward is hoping his luck changes at the upcoming NAB AFL Draft.
Werribee excitement machine Bior Malual backed up his remarkable athleticism with consistency of performance throughout the 2019 Hard Yakka / Totally Workwear VFL season.
Ex-Western Bulldogs VFLW midfielder Ellie Gavalas was the first mature-age player selected at the recent NAB AFL Women’s Draft – and that wouldn’t have seemed likely at the start of the 2019 season.
North Melbourne will take over the Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s licence of Melbourne Uni and field a standalone team in the state league for 2020.