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AFLW Team News | Two changes for Blues clash

Pride belongs to the west Ahead of the annual AFLW Pride Game, Western Bulldogs defender Tiarna Ernst and her partner Laura talk to Bulldogs Media about their special bond, and the role that football has played in helping them find a sense of belonging.

The Western Bulldogs have confirmed two changes to their team for Sunday’s AFLW clash against Carlton at VU Whitten Oval.

The Bulldogs take on the Blues in the Pride Game at VU Whitten Oval this Sunday - the final home and away game for the 2019 season.

Kate Bartlett, who was confirmed to make her debut on Thursday night, replaces Ellyse Gamble in the final 21.

Gamble and Bailey Hunt have been named as emergencies.

Bartlett will become the sixth debutant for the Dogs this season, following the AFLW debuts of Eleanor Brown, Celine Moody, Aisling McCarthy and Selena Karlson, and the Club debut of Belinda Smith.

The Pride Game will recognise and support the LBGTIQ community by celebrating inclusiveness, gender diversity, and welcoming all people, no matter their sexual orientation.

Western Bulldogs v Carlton

Sunday March 17, 4:05pm (AEDT) 
VU Whitten Oval

The match will be broadcast live on Fox Sports from 6pm 

Full back N Ferres L Spark L Birch
Half back H Scott T Ernst B Toogood
Centreline M Conti
Half forward A McCarthy B Lochland K Bartlett
Full forward I Huntington K Brennan C Moody
Followers K Rennie K Lamb E Blackburn
Interchange E Brown A Gogos N Callinan
  K McLeod
Emergencies E Gamble B Hunt