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AFLW Round 5: Match Preview

Everything you need to know for Saturday's home game against GWS.

AFLW Round 5 | Western Bulldogs vs GWS Giants
When: Saturday 27th February  
Where: Victoria University Whitten Oval 
Gates Open: 2.10pm 
Game Starts: 3.10pm AEDT
Admission: Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 24 February – at 12pm for Bulldog members and 1pm to the general public.

Broadcast: Fox Footy & Kayo. The match will also be streamed live on womens.afl and the Official AFLW app. 

The AFLW Bulldogs will look to make it four wins in a row when they host GWS at the Kennel on Saturday afternoon for the AFLW’s inaugural Indigenous Round.

The Bulldogs’ Indigenous guernsey was designed by 18-year-old Aboriginal artist Ky-ya Nicholson-Ward, and celebrates ‘coming together as one’.

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AFLW Indigenous guernsey design

18 year-old Aboriginal artist Ky-ya Nicholson-Ward discusses the meaning behind her design of the Bulldogs' 2021 AFLW Indigenous Round guernsey.

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Last time they met: GWS (7.4 46) def W.B. (4.4 28), Round 6, 2018 at Manuka Oval

Three years have passed since these two sides met for premiership points, with both teams having lost some big names to expansion clubs in the process. It was an upset win to the Giants that day, overcoming a slow start to beat the ladder-leading Bulldogs by 18 points. The Bulldogs took the early advantage with three of the first four goals, before the hosts swung momentum back their way after quarter-time. Leaders Ellie Blackburn (17 disposals) and Brooke Lochland (15, eight marks) were among the best, while Hannah Scott (15) and Kirsten McLeod (two goals) were important contributors.

 

Bulldogs unveil 2021 AFLW Indigenous jumper

The Western Bulldogs’ first ever AFLW Indigenous guernsey, designed by 18-year-old Aboriginal artist Ky-ya Nicholson-Ward, celebrates ‘coming together as one’.
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Western Bulldogs acknowledge that we reside on traditional lands of the Kulin Nation. We offer our respect to the Elders of these traditional lands, and through them to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples past, present and emerging.