The AFLW could have another Kimberley football star join its ranks after Reshinta Bradshaw from the Dampier Peninsula competed in the West Coast Eagles AFLW talent search match on February 25. Hailing from the Peninsula Bombers in the West Kimberley Football League, Bradshaw has been featured in our papers previously for her extensive talents in the sporting arena. From football to sprinting to netball, no domain is too much of a challenge for Bradshaw to tackle, with the AFLW talent search match being just the latest notch on her belt. “I’ve been noticed in many sports such as footy and netball, but the sport that has put a mark on my name is track,” she said. “Since I was a kid to a young teen, I was lucky enough to represent WA twice, and it was an experience I will never forget.” Bradshaw is joined by other talented North West female footballers Geraiyah Wiggan and Cheyenne Wailu from the Karratha Falcons. AFLW Recruiting Manager and Academies coordinator Chad Morrison said it was all part of West Coast’s effort to help build opportunities for female football talent. “Within the program the participants are getting exposure around our AFLW players who are great role models, which is a really good opportunity for them to learn from those players and get a feel for the facility and resources they can have to become the best player and best person they can be,” he said.