Jamilla Cranny Stands With Us  

The latest player signing for our inaugural VFL women’s team is versatile footballer, Jamilla Cranny.

Williamstown Football Club is delighted to have secured Cranny for the 2018 season, as the excitement continues to build for our foundation VFLW team.

After plying her trade as a basketballer and netballer during her junior years, Cranny made the switch to football at the beginning of last season.

“After wanting to play football for a long time, I had my first season in the Ballarat Football League last year, playing with North Ballarat,” the 19-year-old said..

Her recent signing with the Seagulls is a clear indication of the direction our inaugural team is heading, with Cranny emphasising on the importance of a good club environment.

“I've really enjoyed it so far, I've been really impressed by the way the club has conducted things.

“I think it’s a really exciting opportunity to be a member of Williamstown's first ever VFLW team,” Cranny said.

Cranny acknowledged the special opportunity that has been presented before her at such a young age.

“This year I am just hoping to learn and grow as much as I can as a footballer, make the most of this opportunity I have been given, and hopefully gain some experience at the VFL level.”

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