Pocket Profile

Glenelg Women’s Pocket Profile

Glenelg premiership captain Ellie Kellock in action last season.

SANFL’s ZAC MILBANK breaks down all you need to know about the Tigers heading into the 2022 SANFL Women’s League season.

2021 Snapshot

Finished – 1st

Record – 7 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw (minor round)

Club Champion – Jessica Bates

Trademark Award: Ellie Kellock

Cass Hartley Best Team Player Award: Ellie Kellock

The Advertiser SANFLW Team of the Year – Ellie Kellock (Captain – Back Pocket), Brooke Tonon (Half Back Flank), Jessica Bates (Ruck Rover)

2021 Glenelg Club Champion – Jess Bates

Player Movement

Alana Baker (North Adelaide/South Adelaide), Kendall Howell (North Adelaide), Andie Zbierski (North Adelaide), Madison Bennett (South Adelaide), Marie Martino (West Adelaide), Georgie Bradley (netball), Demi McCarthy (netball), Violet Patterson

Emily Woods (retired/coaching), Ellen Fauser (retired), Tess Morcom (retired), Kimberley Fry, Millie Gentle, Brooke Trevena

2022 SANFLW Fixture

Round 1
Friday February 4
Norwood v Glenelg at Coopers Stadium – 8pm

Round 2
Saturday February 12
Sturt v Glenelg at Thebarton Oval – 6pm

Round 3
Sunday February 20
South v Glenelg at Flinders University Stadium – 4pm

Round 4
Saturday February 26
Glenelg v Eagles at Hisense Stadium – 10.50am

Round 5
Saturday March 5
Central v Glenelg at X Convenience Oval – 1.40pm

Round 6
Friday March 18
West v Glenelg at Hisense Stadium – 8pm

Round 7
Saturday March 26
North v Glenelg at Coopers Stadium – 1.40pm

Rounds 8-12 TBC

Star Signing - Madison Bennett

The dual South Adelaide premiership player will offer the Tigers plenty of experience and zip around the packs after landing at Brighton Road. The 22-year-old also boasts valuable pace which should prove an asset for the defending premier in 2022.

South recruit Madison Bennett in action against Glenelg.

One to Watch - Piper Window

Officials at Tigerland are eagerly awaiting the continued progression of Piper Window, who showed tremendous promise playing in the Bays’ inaugural Women’s premiership last year. A member of the SA U18 Girls Academy, the grand daughter of Magarey Medallist Gary Window has pace and reads the play nicely.

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