Sabreena Duffy, who was in foster care from birth, and teammate Ange Stannett have taken new roles at the Banksia Hill Detention Centre and Melaleuca Women’s Prison respectively.
Tash Peterson has been fined for her one-woman protest during the AFLW derby at Optus Stadium earlier this year – before she used the appearance before a magistrate to espouse her message.
Channel 7 sports journalist Abbey Way has hit back at sexist trolls online, after a comment praising Fremantle skipper Nat Fyfe was met with misogyny from male AFL fans.
AFL boss Gillon McLachlan believes the prospect of players spending up to 20 weeks in isolation hubs has been overblown and it remains the “most extreme scenario”.
Oliver Caffrey and Jason Phelan
Fremantle’s Kiara Bowers fell just short of winning this season’s AFLW best-and-fairest award, with Carlton’s Madison Prespakis taking home the honour
Two of this season’s best from the undefeated Dockers miss out on All Australian nod
Fremantle midfielder Kiara Bowers made her long-awaited AFLW debut last year after three knee reconstructions and has since fulfilled her early billing as one of the stars of the competition.
With the AFL looking to cut costs due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the AFLW has come under fire. But Dale Alcock says the competition isn’t going anywhere.
In just his second year in the top job, the Cooper-led Dockers didn’t drop a game all season, winning all seven matches including a 70-point semi-final domination over the Gold Coast Suns.
There was little surprise that the three best teams - Fremantle, North Melbourne and Carlton -dominated The West Australian’s 2020 AFLW Team of the Year.
Fremantle’s strength during its unbeaten AFLW season has been reflected in the 40-player All Australian squad, with four players in line for selection.
“Ebony was sitting on her phone and I think I was watching Netflix and she goes ‘oh no, the season’s been cancelled’,” Kara Antonio said.
More than 900 passionate Fremantle fans have signed a petition on change.org to have the AFL Commission award the Dockers the 2020 AFLW premiership.
Fremantle AFLW coach Trent Cooper has slammed the AFL Commission and AFL Players Association over the handling of the finish to the season after the unbeaten Dockers were robbed of a shot at the flag.
The Dockers star tweeted “no leadership” after AFL boss Gillon McLachlan confirmed the AFLW season would not go on, with no winner to be crowned.
They were two wins away from making club history. Now, it will be a case of what could’ve been for the Dockers’ AFLW side.
The AFL has announced the 2020 AFLW season is cancelled, with no premiership to be awarded.
As he has all season, Cooper pointed towards sides like North Melbourne and Melbourne as sides who also deserved to be given the moniker of flag fancies.
Fremantle produced the biggest AFLW finals win in history, belting a travel-weary Gold Coast by 70 points to firm themselves as premiership favourites at Fremantle Oval.
Fremantle will go into today’s AFLW semifinal with the best record in the competition, but they know it could mean nothing against a Gold Coast outfit who have been granted a “free hit”.
The AFLW season was thrown into disarray on Wednesday when it was announced the final two rounds of the season were scrapped and an eight-team final series would begin this weekend.
The AFLW finals are starting early, and the table-topping Dockers are looking to keep rolling toward their first piece of silverware.
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