CARLTON

AFLW Ladder
RankTeampwldfa%pts
1Fremantle Women6600277179154.724
2North Melbourne Women6510309136227.220
3Greater Western Sydney Women6420175142123.216
4Carlton Women6510249164151.820
5Brisbane Women632119818510714
6Melbourne Women6420204124164.516
7Collingwood Women6420229149153.716
8Gold Coast Women6231154152101.310
9St Kilda Women624015417090.68
10Geelong Women624021126180.88
11Adelaide Women624018022480.48
12Bulldogs Women615017924672.84
13West Coast Women61508526532.14
14Richmond Women606011532235.70
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Carlton

2020 PREVIEW

The Blues went from a basketcase in 2018 to Grand Finalists in 2019 in what was a huge transformation phase for the club. Under new coach Daniel Harford, the Blues were reinvigorated, refreshed, and were buoyed by the inclusion of subsequent NAB Rising Star winner Maddi Prespakis who impacted from the moment she stepped out in Navy Blue.

While the loss of star key position player Bri Davey – who defected to crosstown rivals Collingwood in the offseason – will sting, the Blues were able to add two first-round selections to their list in 2020, headlined by star utility Lucy McEvoy at pick No. 2 and Grace Egan at 14.

The Blues will again contend in 2020 and will be led by Kerryn Harrington and evergreen on-baller Katie Loynes.

PLayers

Carlton Players

1 Grace Egan 2 Katie Loynes (c)3 Darcy Vescio4 Madison Prespakis
5 Abbie McKay6 Gabriella Pound7 Tayla Harris8 Vaomua Laloifi
9 Kerryn Harrington (c)10 Sarah Hosking11 Jess Hosking 12 Lauren Brazzale
13 Lucy McEvoy14 Brooke Walker15 Chloe Dalton16 Breann Moody
19 Georgia Gee20 Charlotte Wilson21 Nicola Stevens22 Courtney Jones
23 Sharnie Whiting25 Jess Edwardsr27 Emerson Woods30 Alison Downie
31 Brooke Vernon32 Natalie Plane 33 Serena Gibbs36 Jayde Van Dyk
18 Katie Harrison (r) 26 Joanne Doonan (r)

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