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RECAP: All the Bulldogs' AFLW Draft selections

Discover who the Western Bulldogs selected in the 2019 NAB AFL Women's Draft.

The Western Bulldogs have made seven selections in the 2019 NAB AFL Women's Draft.

Discover who the Club took with each pick...

Pick 1 – Gabby Newton

Age: 18
Northern Knights/Carlton VFLW 

Gabby Newton’s credentials speak for themselves, after two dominant underage seasons for Victoria Metro and the Northern Knights.

Newton averaged 16 disposals, four marks and four tackles per game as Victoria Metro went through the 2019 NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships undefeated, earning All Australian selection for the second year running.

The 178-centimetre utility also captained the Knights to the 2019 NAB League Girls premiership, averaging 19 disposals and five tackles per game to claim back-to-back Knights’ best and fairest awards and be named in the NAB League Team of the Year.

Pick 6 – Nell Morris-Dalton 

Age: 18
Height: 176cm
Club: Northern Knights/Darebin Falcons VFLW 

A strong pre-season paid off for Nell Morris-Dalton, who made her presence felt in important games – largely as a key forward.

The 18-year-old had a major impact in the Northern Knights’ NAB League finals campaign, kicking seven goals across the two matches and earning selection in the Team of the Year. 

Morris-Dalton also represented Victoria Metro at the NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships and featured at VFLW level for the Darebin Falcons.

Pick 8 – Gemma Lagioia

Age: 18
Height: 160cm
Club: Oakleigh Chargers/Collingwood VFLW

Gemma Lagioia is a proven ball-winner with elite speed.

The 18-year-old averaged almost 15 disposals per match for the Oakleigh Chargers in the NAB League, and represented Victoria Metro and Collingwood VFL throughout the year.

Lagioia was a member of the Magpies’ VFLW premiership side, which defeated the Bulldogs in the final.

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Gemma Lagioia from the Oakleigh Chargers is our eighth selection in the 2019 #AFLWDraft!

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Pick 9 – Elisabeth Georgostathis 

Age: 18
Height: 161cm
Club: Western Jets/Western Bulldogs VFLW

Pulling on the red, white and blue will be familiar for Elisabeth Georgostathis.

The western suburbs product has come through the Western Jets program in the NAB League, before representing the Bulldogs in the VFLW competition and Victoria Metro.

Georgostathis captained the Jets and won their best and fairest, averaging almost 20 disposals and more than four tackles per game to feature in the NAB League Team of the Year.

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Our fourth Top 10 selection Welcome to the Bulldogs, Elisabeth Georgostathis! #MightyWest

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Pick 47 - Isabella Grant (father/daughter)
Age: 18
Height: 175cm
Club: Western Jets

Isabella Grant has followed in the footsteps of her famous father, Chris, and becomes the Bulldogs’ first father-daughter selection.

The 18-year-old has come through Spotswood FC and the Western Jets, before representing Victoria Metro.

A member of the 2019 NAB League Team of the Year, Grant has made her name primarily as a forward with strong marking ability and good forward craft.


Pick 48 - Britney Gutknecht
Age: 18
Height: 168cm
Club: Northern Knights/Carlton VFLW

The Bulldogs have welcomed a third Northern Knights product in the draft, in ball-winner Britney Gutknecht.

A member of the Knights’ 2019 NAB League premiership team, Gutknect averaged almost 17 disposals and five tackles per game for the Knights. 

The 18-year-old also represented Victoria Metro and featured at VFLW level for Carlton.

Pick 62 - Amelia Van Oosterwijck
Age: 18
Height: 164cm
Club: Oakleigh Chargers

Amelia Van Oosterwijck is a small midfielder with pace to burn.

The 18-year-old averaged 11 disposals and 5.1 tackles per game for the Oakleigh Chargers in the 2019 NAB League competition, and represented Victoria Metro.

Van Oosterwijck joins her Chargers’ teammate Gemma Lagioia (pick eight) on the Bulldogs’ list.


Pick 88 - PASS

Newton is number one

Gabby Newton has been selected by the Western Bulldogs with pick one in the 2019 NAB AFLW Draft.
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