Train-on player Jemima Woods has signed with the Western Bulldogs AFLW team for season 2022.
Woods is an athletic tall forward with clean hands, a strong work rate, and the ability to pinch-hit in the ruck.
A former Western Jet and Bulldogs’ Next Generation Academy graduate, the 18-year-old donned the red, white and blue in last month’s AFLW intraclub match, kicking three goals, and AFLW practice match against North Melbourne.
She also represented the VFLW Bulldogs on three occasions last season, kicking three goals on debut.
“Jemima is someone who has been involved with our program at the Dogs for quite a while now,” Bulldogs’ AFLW Head of List Management and Recruiting, Mick Sandry, said.
“She is a young, developing talent who has thrived over the past couple of months as a train-on with our AFLW team.
“Her strong marking and ability to hit the scoreboard makes her a really exciting prospect for us this season.”
Woods takes the list spot made vacant by Kirsten McLeod, who was moved to the Inactive List following ongoing concussion symptoms.