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Women's league marquees to be announced

Clubs to announce women's league marquee players

The inaugural AFL women's league clubs to name their marquee players at midday Wednesday.

The destination clubs for the stars of women's football will be revealed at midday Wednesday, as the 16 AFL women’s league marquee players will be announced.

The list of marquee players for the eight women’s clubs – Adelaide, Brisbane Lions, Carlton, Collingwood, Fremantle, Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs – will be confirmed at simultaneous announcements in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

>> Watch a LIVE stream of the event on AFL.com.au from 12pm AEST

Under the rules of the women’s competition, the eight licensed clubs were asked to nominate up to five marquee players, with each club allocated two.

The clubs will fill the remainder of their 25-player squads via lottery-style state drafts in early October. 

The 16 marquee players are expected to feature in the last exhibition series match, between the Bulldogs and the Demons, under lights on Saturday, September 3, at Whitten Oval.

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