Women's Footy

SANFL Statewide Super Women’s Exhibition Series – Game 2

A host of Statewide Super Women’s League stars will take part in the second Statewide Super Women’s Exhibition match to be played at Alberton Oval on Sunday.

The two teams have been selected under the same SANFL alignments as the Next Generation Academies currently in operation at SA’s two AFL clubs.

Sturt, North Adelaide, Glenelg and Central District prospects will line up for Adelaide while West Adelaide, South Adelaide, Norwood and Eagles hopefuls have been chosen for Port Adelaide.

Starting at 11:55am, the SANFL Women’s Showdown will be a curtain-raiser for the SANFL Statewide Super League match between Port Adelaide and Glenelg at 2.10pm.

SANFL General Manager of Football Adam Kelly said the new series would provide great incentive to the rising stars of the SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League to push their claims in an elite environment ahead of the 2019 AFLW Draft.

”This initiative complements the expansion of the SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League in 2019,” Kelly said.

”Importantly, it provides for the aspiration of players in the competition. The players will have the opportunity to compete against the best players from the League and at the same time, will be given an AFL club experience. This will support their development and allow them to showcase their abilities in the lead up to the 2019 AFLW Draft.”

The Port Adelaide team will be coached by current Power Women’s Academy mentor and former West Adelaide Under-16 coach Naomi Maidment with AFL experienced pair Cam Sutcliffe and Paul Stewart among her assistants.

Adelaide’s side will be guided by Crows AFLW premiership star Courtney Cramey, with Central District Women’s coach Shaun Ribbons and playing North Adelaide Women’s mentor Emma Sampson among Cramey’s assistants.

In a thrilling first match on June 8, Port Adelaide 4.8 (32) defeated Adelaide 4.4 (29) by 3 points.

Statewide Super Women's Exhibition Squad Lists


3. Lucy Armitage
5. Lucy Bellinger
6. Adrienne Davies
9. Leah Tynan
10. Cristie Castle
14. Zoe Prowse
19. Ashleigh Woodland
20. Maya Rigter
21. Erica Greet
30. Paige Allan
33. Katelyn Rosenzweig
35. Laitiah Huynh
36. Ellie Kellock
39. Amber Ward
44. Danielle Stewart
54. Madison Freeman
56. Caitlin Gould
62. Hannah Prenzler
63. Brittany Perry
66. Kimberley Fry
69. Demi Sonneman
71. Kelly Barltrop


1. Rachelle Martin
2. Monique Hollick
3. Cheyenne Hammond
4. Tahlia Meyer
5. Hannah Priest
6. Teah Charlton
7. Hannah Munyard
9. Najwa Allen
10. Rebecca Owen
11. Rhianna Busch
12. Lauren Rodato
13. Stephanie Walker
15. Tesharna Maher
16. Maddi Newman
17. Sophie Armitstead
18. Nicole Campbell
19. Grace Smallacombe
21. Erica Sporn
22. Jaimi Tabb
23. Kiana Lee
26. Montan McKinnon
27. Czenya Cavouras


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