VFLW Gulls Make Four Changes


Williamstown Football Club has announced four changes to its team for our round 2 clash against the Southern Saints on Sunday afternoon.

After a strong and gritty performance last week against an experienced Collingwood side the Seagulls will look to build on last weeks performance. 

Former AFLW player Nikki Wallace comes into the side along with Kaitlin Smith, Caitlyn Balshaw and Sally Seabrook.

Jenna Bruton, Jasmine Garner, Andrea Cameron and Ashlea Melnikas will all miss this weeks clash.

The Saints are also coming off a loss last week so the Seagulls will be in for a tough challenge on Sunday. 

Kayla Koropeckyj will once again be the 23rd woman for the game.

The club will be wearing blue armbands in support of the AFL Victoria Beyond Blue round to raise awareness around mental health.

There will also be a curtain raiser before the game with the Williamstown CYMS women playing against De La Salle.

The match will be played at Williamstown Football Ground at 2:00PM 

 

Saturday's Squad. 


FB Jacinta Reid Brodie Stevens Erin Meade
CHB Shae-Lee Murphy Anna Saxton Rebecca Dardengo
C Isabelle Porter Sarah Chapman Emily Paterno
HF Amanda Walsh Georgia Harris Kaitlin Smith
FF Morgan Lowe Jedda Heard Kayla Koropeckyj
R Rachel Achampong Nikki Wallace Jess Duffin
INT Shani Dixon Caitlyn Balshaw Belinda Hateley
INT Chloe Portelli Sally Seabrook  


 

   

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