Henson Park will become one of the newest grounds to host an AFLW match, with GWS set to play two home games at the historic Sydney venue in 2022.
With the AFLW starting in the first week of January, the women’s state league competitions will once again partially align with the top level.
A training camp in Bright has given Demons captain Daisy Pearce her best indication of what star forward Tayla Harris will add to the club this AFLW season.
With more rounds and games played in every part of Australia, the 2022 NAB AFLW Season promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
A coffee catch-up turned skills session is just one of the many factors helping new Irish AFLW recruit Rachel Kearns feel at home at Geelong.
Committing to a full AFLW pre-season, Collingwood’s Aishling Sheridan’s decision to leave Ireland was one that was made just a bit harder this time around.
Inaugural Hawthorn AFLW coach Bec Goddard is proudly leading the now ‘whole’ club into a new era of women’s footy.
One of the only true standalone teams left in the VFLW, 2022 is set to be a season of unique challenges for wooden spooners Darebin. New coach Kate Tyndall isn’t shying away from rising to them.
After being overlooked in the AFLW Draft three times, the Gold Coast Suns have officially drafted Essendon VFLW mid/forward Alana Barba and Southern Saints forward/ruck Tara Bohanna.
It wasn’t too many years ago that Essendon’s Eloise Gardner was sitting by herself on the bus to school cricket games, playing on the boy’s team. Now, she could soon be an Essendon AFLW player.
The earlier start of the AFLW season is causing headaches for the dual sport athletes of the competition, but at 32, Jess Duffin is embracing the challenge of playing full seasons for North Melbourne and the Melbourne Renegades.
All four clubs who submitted an application for AFLW expansion – Essendon, Hawthorn, Port Adelaide, Sydney – will all compete in an 18-team 2022/23 season.
Georgia Campbell became Melbourne’s first ever father-daughter selection in July’s AFLW Draft. Learning how to drive had more of an impact on the decision than you might think!
Perri King is a fierce competitor, and is ready to bring her game from Tasmania to the AFLW level while donning the royal blue and white.
The 2021 AFLW Draft was one of the most stacked full of talent. Our team analysed every club’s selections, and how they’ll fit in their sides.
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