GWS Giants

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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Giants

2020 PREVIEW

The Giants are a perplexing group. Their team on paper has them primed for a premiership tilt but their output always seems to be disappointing. Bridging the gap between their best and worst is perhaps the biggest issue that needs addressing in 2020.

Their talent stacks up – Alyce Parker is one of the best onballers in the competition and Jacinda Barclay and Jessica Dal Pos can’t be underrated either. The backline is pieced together in an unconventional way, but it works for Alan McConnell’s side with names such as Pepa Randall, Louise Stephenson, and Tanya Hetherington experienced enough but they still lack a silk user bursting out of defence.

Above all, the Giants have a cruisy start to the season and should be aiming for three wins from their opening month if they’re to have a serious tilt at finishing at the pointy end of their conference.

Players

GWS Players

1 Emily Goodsir 2 Alicia Eva (c)3 Alyce Parker4 Maggie Gorman
5 Jodie Hicks6 Rebecca Beeson 7Jessica Dal Pos8 Nicola Barr
9Tanya Hetherington 10 Ellie Brush 11Aimee Schmidt12 Louise Stephenson
13 Cora Staunton14 Annalyse Lister15 Lisa Whiteley 17 Georgia Garnett
19 Rebecca Privitelli20 Lisa Steane21 Pepa Randall22 Elle Bennetts
23 Erin McKinnon24 Haneen Zreika 25 Ingrid Nielsen27 Yvonne Bonner
30 Sarah Halvorsen34 Jacinda Barclay 37 Britt Tully 39 Jessica Allan
39 Taylah Davies 32 Tait Mackrill

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