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.
We look at the top five placegetters in each Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s club’s best-and-fairest count following the 2019 season.
We look at the top five placegetters in each Hard Yakka / Totally Workwear VFL club’s best-and-fairest count following the 2019 season.
Forty-six players who appeared in this year’s Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s competition were selected in Tuesday’s 2019 NAB AFL Women’s Draft, including the Western Bulldogs’ number-one pick Gabrielle Newton.
See all stories in our AFLW Draft Watch series, where we profile some of the leading prospects for Tuesday October 22’s NAB AFL Women’s Draft who appeared during the 2019 Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s season.
Nominations are now open for the 2019 AFL Victoria Media Awards which will be presented at a special luncheon on Friday, December 6.
Ella Wood’s high expectations fired her progression from the GWV Rebels all the way to the VFLW Grand Final with the Western Bulldogs, but they also mean she has unfinished business.
When Nell Morris-Dalton truly realised her capabilities during the 2019 NAB League Girls season, she produced a run of form that included a premiership with the Northern Knights and a VFLW debut for the Darebin Falcons.
Despite earning All Australian honours, Eastern Ranges and Hawthorn VFLW utility Laura McClelland found it hard to match her form of previous seasons this year – especially given illness affected much of her 2019 campaign.
Geelong Falcons and Geelong Cats VFLW midfielder Luka Lesosky-Hay stepped up in the absence of some star former teammates in order to put herself on the radar of AFLW clubs this year.