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Adelaide Crows - Dekstop
AFLW Ladder
RankTeampwldfa%pts
1Adelaide Women7610396186212.924
2Carlton Women743025725899.616
3Fremantle Women7610353250141.224
4Geelong Women734015423565.512
5North Melbourne Women7520298242123.120
6Greater Western Sydney Women725020829570.58
7Melbourne Women7430279251111.216
8Brisbane Women725019327470.48
9Collingwood Women716016224366.74
10Bulldogs Women725020126775.38
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Adelaide crows

The Crows enter AFLW with a very strong list, but will be without rucks Rhiannon Metcalfe (ACL) and Jasmyn Hewett (ankle) in their third season.

The inaugural AFLW premiers endured a season they’d rather forget in AFLW2.

The team struggled with its best player, Erin Phillips, carrying an injury and Sarah Perkins received much more attention and struggled to impact games.

Coach Bec Goddard was moved on, and the Crows as Adelaide looked to rejig ahead of AFLW.

Basketballer-turned-footballer Jess Foley looks comfortable in any position given to her, while star draftee Danielle Ponter adds class to the side.

The Crows will welcome back Chloe Scheer who sat out all of last season with a knee injury and will slot in comfortable up forward.

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Players

Adelaide Crows Players

Jessica Allan Ruth Wallace 1. Katelyn Rosenzweig 2. Eloise Jones
3. Angela Foley 4. Chloe Scheer 5. Jenna McCormick 6. Hannah Martin
7. Nikki Gore 8. Sally Riley 9. Deni Varnhagen 10. Ebony Marinoff
11. Rhiannon Metcalfe 12. Maisie Nankivell 13. Erin Phillips 14. Stevie-Lee Thompson
15. Danielle Ponter 16. Ailish Considine 17. Jessica Sedunary 19. Sophie Li
20. Jasmyn Hewett 22. Courtney Cramey 23. Justine Mules 24. Jessica Foley
26. Chelsea Randall 27. Renee Forth 28. Sarah Perkins 31. Dayna Cox
32. Marijana Rajcic 33. Anne Hatchard 39. Sarah Allan 45. Rheanne Lugg

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