2016 Women’s Exhibition Series (Replays)

Watch replays of the following matches in the 2016 Women’s Exhibition Series where players are trying to impress recruiters to cement a place in the teams that will eventually make up the inaugural national women's competition in 2017.

Match 1 -

  • Sunday March 6 - Highgate Recreational Reserve in Craigieburn (following male NAB Challenge match)
  • Western Bulldogs v Melbourne (players for both teams were from the AFL Victoria Women’s Academy).


Match 2 -

  • Saturday April 2 - Adelaide Oval
  • SA Red v SA Blue
  • Players were vying for a state berth to play against NSW in June.
  • #aflwomensgame


Match 3 - 

  • Saturday April 9 - SCG
  • Sydney Swans v Greater Western Sydney            
  • Battle of the Bridge Turns Female!
    • For the first time the best NSW/ACT women will wear Sydney Swans and Greater Western Sydney guernseys. In hot pursuit of the implementation of new Female Talent Academies, there’s never been a more exciting time to be female and play footy in the East! A trip to Adelaide Oval in June is on offer for the best players in this match. 


Match 4 - 

  • Sunday April 10 - Peanut Reserve, St Kilda
  • NT Thunder v Tasmanian Devils            
  • Thunder Down South 
    • NT Thunder’s new women’s team travels south to Melbourne’s Peanut Reserve to clash with the Tasmanian women’s team. Both teams are passionate and proud and should put on an entertaining match. Thunder will rely on their pace and endurance to run the Tassie girls off their feet. The Devils will intimidate NT with their strength in congestion. Both teams hope to have players represented in the September 2 Melbourne v Western Bulldogs match.



  • Saturday April 9 - Domain Stadium
  • West Coast Eagles v Fremantle Dockers 
  • The Derby Takes on New Look!
    • Hosts West Coast Eagles are expecting a large crowd in early to see their exciting women’s team compete against the first Fremantle Dockers women’s team.  Previously drafted players, Kara Donnellan (WCE) and Renee Forth (FFC) have both said how proud they are to be the first female captains of their respective clubs. Should be a fast and open game with many talented newcomers named in both sides.

Match 6 -

  • Saturday April 16 - Gabba at 8pm
  • Women to light up Q Clash
    • Queensland women have a chance to cement a place in the Queensland state team if they shine at the women's Q Clash Saturday April 16. Commencing post the AFL Lions v Suns game, the match will start at 8pm (EST). Watch the likes of Tayla Harris and Emma Zielke in action below.

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