Pocket Profile

2024 North Adelaide SANFLW Pocket Profile

New North Adelaide Women's coach Jason Fairall will be hoping to steer the Roosters back into the major round in 2024. Picture - Kurt Donsberg

SANFL’s ZAC MILBANK breaks down all you need to know about the Roosters heading into the 2024 Hostplus SANFL Women’s League season.

2023 Snapshot

Finished – 6th

Record – 4 wins, 8 losses

Best and Fairest – Jessica Edwards

Runner Up – Katelyn Pope

Third Place  – Isabelle Starmer

The Advertiser SANFLW Team of the Year – Katelyn Pope (Wing), Isabelle Starmer (Interchange)

2023 North Adelaide Women’s Club Champion Jess Edwards.

Player Movement

Erica Greet (returned/Footscray VFLW), Jemma Whitington-Charity (Woodville-West Torrens), Chloe Whitington-Charity (Woodville-West Torrens), Teagan Robins (Central District), Indi James (SMOSH West Lakes), Jasmine Dallimore (Broadview), Tella Wise (Fitzroy), Tyra Pix (Hope Valley),  Amy Jones (Broadview), Rachel Valenti (Broadview), Lucy Reddaway (North Adelaide juniors), Bailey Murray (North Adelaide juniors)


Chelsea Farr (South Adelaide), Letisha Ackland (Central District), Jorja Eldridge (Glenelg), Emma Chapman (West Adelaide), Katrice Turner (Glenelg), Kalani Bates

2024 SANFLW Fixture - First Five Rounds

Round 1
Saturday March 2
North v Glenelg at Thebarton Oval – 6.30pm

Round 2
Saturday March 9
West v North at Hisense Stadium – 12pm

Round 3
Saturday March 16
South v North at Flinders University Stadium – 5.50pm

Round 4
Saturday March 23
North v Norwood at Hisense Stadium – 2.20pm

Round 5
Friday March 29
North v Central at Prospect Oval – 11.30am

North recruit Jemma Whitington-Charity will be looking to have an impact in 2024 after crossing from the Eagles. Picture – Kurt Donsberg

Star Signing - Jemma Whitington-Charity

New North Adelaide coach Jason Fairall certainly wasn’t complaining when he learned Jemma Whitington-Charity had landed at Prospect.

Transferring from Woodville-West Torrens, Whitington-Charity will provide the Roosters with some genuine class and ball-winning ability which can be used through the midfield or attack.

And the All-Australian U18 arrives at Menzies Crescent alongside her sister Chloe Whitington-Charity, who has also played in the SANFLW with the Eagles.

North’s Laela Ebert has enjoyed a healthy preseason to prime her for a big 2024 campaign. Picture – Kurt Donsberg

One to Watch - Laela Ebert

Talent has never been an issue for Laela Ebert, and now the versatile teenager is fit and healthy.

Having previously been struck down by a serious knee injury, Ebert returned to play 10 SANFLW League games last season.

But the 17-year-old – a member of the SA U18 Girls Academy – is turning heads on the training track with her silky skills and smart decision-making.

Watch out for her game to lift to another level with the Roosters in 2024.

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