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25 Bulldogs locked in for AFLW 6.0

The Western Bulldogs have retained majority of their list, locking in 25 players ahead of the upcoming 2021-22 AFLW season.

The Western Bulldogs have retained the majority of their list, locking in 25 players ahead of the upcoming 2021-22 AFLW season.

Foundation Bulldogs Ellie Blackburn, Brooke Lochland, Hannah Scott, Bailey Hunt, Kirsten McLeod, Ellyse Gamble and Kirsty Lamb headline the group of talent that have put pen to paper on contract extensions.

Bulldogs’ General Manager of Women’s Football, Debbie Lee, said the display of commitment from the group was pleasing.

“To have 25 of our players recommit to the Club ahead of the upcoming AFLW season is fantastic,” Lee said.

“We have full confidence this group can achieve success, and having this talented group of 25 want to continue building on what we have started is a great sign that we are on the right track to doing so.”

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In other list news, Dani Marshall has been informed she will not be offered a contract next season, while Kim Rennie has elected to explore her options elsewhere, after declining the Club’s contract offer.

“We thank Kim and Dani for their dedication and contributions to the Club over the past four and two seasons respectively,” Lee said.

“Dani was the first American AFLW player in the league which was ground-breaking, while Kim will always be a premiership player with us. We wish them both nothing but the best of luck with their future endeavours.”

Retiring players Angelica Gogos, Lauren Spark and Amelia van Oosterwijck have also made way from the list, along with Katy Herron who was placed on the inactive playing list last year.

After welcoming Elle Bennetts from the GWS Giants during last week’s trade window, the Bulldogs currently hold picks 13, 15, 17 and 26 in the Victorian draft pool.

2021/22 Western Bulldogs AFLW re-signings

  • Brooke Lochland
  • Ellie Blackburn
  • Isabella Grant
  • Isabel Huntington
  • Gabby Newton
  • Kirsten McLeod
  • Deanna Berry
  • Bonnie Toogood
  • Eleanor Brown
  • Katie Lynch
  • Gemma Lagioia
  • Celine Moody
  • Ellyse Gamble
  • Sarah Hartwig
  • Naomi Ferres
  • Elisabeth Georgostathis
  • Britney Gutknecht
  • Ash Guest
  • Isabelle Pritchard
  • Bailey Hunt
  • Hannah Scott
  • Jess Fitzgerald
  • Nell Morris-Dalton
  • Kirsty Lamb
  • Annabel Strahan

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