May 28, 2017

The first ever AFL Women’s Trade Period ended on Friday, with 11 players finding new homes.

After a relatively quiet first week in which Nicola Stevens’ switch to Carlton was the only completed trade, things got busy in week two.

(Tayla Harris is now a Blue. PHOTO: @Carl...

May 23, 2017

The AFL today announced that inaugural AFLW Best and Fairest winner and dual-sport athlete, Erin Phillips, will officially join the AFL as a High Performance Coach.

Under the leadership of National Academy Manager, Luke Power, Phillips will work with both future AFL and...

May 22, 2017

The 2017 NAB AFL Women’s Under 18s Championships rolled into Sydney on the weekend, with NSW/ACT, Queensland and Western Australia doing battle.

The results were as follows:

Friday, May 19

Queensland 3. 6. (24)


NSW/ACT 3. 3. (21)


Goal Kickers: T. Dunne, Z. Far...

May 19, 2017

The AFLW Trade Period began on Monday, May 15 and after five days of talks - including the trade facilitation day attended by all clubs at AFL House on Tuesday - only one official trade has been completed in week one.

Collingwood’s inaugural best and fairest winner, Nic...

May 16, 2017

The opening weekend of the 2017 NAB AFL Women’s Under 18s Championships saw South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory go head-to-head in Adelaide.

The results were as follows:

Friday, May 12

South Australia 9.4 (58)


Tasmania 1.3 (9)

South Australia

Goal Kicker...

May 12, 2017

The 2017 NAB AFL Women’s Under18 Championships (formerly the National Youth Girls Championships) kicks off today (May 12) in Adelaide.

This year the Championships have a new format that sees matches played across two rounds over an eight-week period. Matches will be pla...

May 11, 2017

Melbourne’s AFLW star, Cat Phillips, has had little time to dwell on the conclusion of the recent AFL Women’s season. Within weeks, the dual sport athlete was back with her Ultimate Frisbee teammates at Ellipsis Ultimate and on a mission to secure back-to-back national...

May 9, 2017

The AFL Commission have resisted the urge to cash-in on the success of the inaugural AFL Women’s season, opting to retain the eight foundation teams for 2018. The league will instead look to expand the competition in time for the 2019 season.

In a statement released thi...

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