Pocket Profile

Woodville-West Torrens Women’s Pocket Profile

Rising star Shineah Goody in action in Darwin. Picture - Peter Argent

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

2021 Snapshot

Finished – 8th

Record – 3 wins, 8 losses

Best and Fairest – Annie Falkenberg

Runner Up – Shineah Goody

Third Place  – Sophie Zuill

The Advertiser SANFLW Team of the Year –Shineah Goody (Forward Pocket)

2021 Eagles SANFLW Best and Fairest – Annie Falkenberg

Player Movement

Renee Forth (Adelaide AFLW), McKenzie Dowrick (West Coast AFLW), Jordann Hickey (Gold Coast AFLW/South Adelaide), Leah Kaslar (Gold Coast AFLW), Brianne Hyde (Swan Districts WAFLW)


Jess Sedunary (cycling), Jamie Parish (North Adelaide)

Former Crow Renee Forth will be a full-time presence at Oval Avenue in 2022. Picture – Peter Argent

2022 SANFLW Fixture

Round 1
Saturday February 5
Eagles v Sturt at Hisense Stadium – 2.55pm

Round 2
Friday February 11
West v Eagles at Hisense Stadium – 8pm

Round 3
Friday February 18
Norwood v Eagles at Coopers Stadium – 8pm

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

Round 5
Saturday March 5
Eagles v North at X Convenience Oval – 11.30am

Round 6
Saturday March 19
South v Eagles at Flinders University Stadium – 4pm

Round 7
Saturday March 26
Central v Eagles at X Convenience Oval – 4.30pm

Rounds 8-12 TBC

Star Signing - Jordann Hickey

For the first time since the Eagles’ inception into SANFLW, they will have a key focal point in attack. Jordann Hickey will be a strong focus inside 50m for her new team, having played with the Gold Coast Suns in 2020-2021. The 27-year-old stands at 174cm and knows how to find the ball with ease. ”Jordy is a talented footballer with incredible game sense and she will provide the drive and connect to help us compete and challenge other teams in the SANFLW,” Eagles coach Narelle Smith said.

Former Gold Coast Suns forward Jordann Hickey

One to Watch - Marlie Fiegert

The daughter of triple Port Adelaide premiership player Nigel Fiegert looms as an exciting prospect in 2022. Marlie Fiegert can play a variety of roles, having also been selected in the SA U18 Girls Academy. Standing at 171cm, Marlie is hoping to become Port first father-daughter player when the Power enters the AFLW next season.

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