AFLW Awards - Season Seven

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2022 Hawthorn AFLW best and fairest Top 10
1. Tilly Lucas-Rodd (83)
2. Aileen Gilroy (74)
3. Jasmine Fleming (71)
4. Kaitlyn Ashmore (56)
5. Lucy Wales (55)
6. Tamara Smith (47)
7. Charlotte Baskaran (46)
8. Akec Makur Chuot (38)
9. Catherine Brown (32)
10. Jess Duffin (31)
10. Tahlia Fellows (31)

The third Irish player this awards season to manage a top 3 finish in their club B&F. It really is crazy that Sydney, Port Adelaide and Gold Coast are yet to tap that well. Surely they will now, especially if the next draft is open-age only.
 

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Jas garner to walk away with the afl mvp

Unless some unpaid have put a few cheeky bets on this another way also
 

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Randall, despite missing three games, nominated for MVP by Adelaide (Hatchard missed out). Randall also nominated for Most Courageous again, although Niamh Kelly would've been a better choice (plus every other club seems to realise captains should just be courageous anyway).

Brisbane had to nominate somebody who didn't play a game for Best First Year Player. Obviously means Pauga was ineligible, which is pretty dumb.

Ewings not nominated for both MVP and Best First Year Player by Port.

Seymour and Egan, not Sheerin and McKenzie, nominated for MVP by Richmond.

Patrikios not nominated for MVP by St Kilda. Maybe that was not a huge surprise, though Stevens was the only player league-wide to be nominated without picking up a coaches' vote throughout the season.

Hurley, not Hamilton, nominated for Best First Year Player by Sydney.
 

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Season Seven W Awards will be on Tuesday, 22 November 2022, at 7.30 pm AEDT, held at Crown Palladium and broadcast live on FOX FOOTY, available on Foxtel and Kayo Sports.

It will also be streamed on womens.afl and the AFLW app, as well as AFL.com.au and the AFL Live app.

The W Awards will crown the 2022 Season Seven AFLW Best and Fairest, along with the following awards:
  • AFLW All-Australian team
  • NAB AFLW Rising Star
  • AFLW Leading goalkicker award
  • Toyota AFLW Mark of the Year
  • Crypto.com AFLW Goal of the Year

Broadcast guide (all times approximate, and AEDT)

6.15pm: W Coral Carpet presented by Johnnie Walker livestream with Ellie Blackburn and Bonnie Toogood
7.30pm: The W Awards
 

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The 2022 NAB AFLW Rising Star voting:​

Hannah Ewings, Port Adelaide (41 votes)
Abbey Dowrick, Port Adelaide (32 votes)
Jasmine Fleming, Hawthorn (17 votes)
Ella Roberts, West Coast Eagles (15 votes)
Rylie Wilcox, Western Bulldogs (10 votes)
Tarni Evans, GWS GIANTS (9 votes)
Charlotte Thomas, West Coast Eagles (4 votes)
Montana Ham, Sydney Swans (4 votes)
Indy Tahau, Port Adelaide (2 votes)
Paige Scott, Essendon (1 vote)

Nicole Livingstone (Chair)
5. Hannah Ewings
4. Jasmine Fleming
3. Abbey Dowrick
2. Ella Roberts
1. Tarni Evans

Sarah Black
5. Hannah Ewings
4. Ella Roberts
3. Jasmine Fleming
2. Abbey Dowrick
1. Rylie Wilcox

Andrew Dillon
5. Hannah Ewings
4. Jasmine Fleming
3. Abbey Dowrick
2. Charlotte Thomas
1. Montana Ham

Tim Harrington
5. Abbey Dowrick
4. Hannah Ewings
3. Montana Ham
2. Ella Roberts
1. Charlotte Thomas

Laura Kane
5. Abbey Dowrick
4. Hannah Ewings
3. Ella Roberts
2. Jasmine Fleming
1. Charlotte Thomas

Narelle Smith
5. Abbey Dowrick
4. Tarni Evans
3. Hannah Ewings
2. Ella Roberts
1. Paige Scott

Kelli Underwood
5. Hannah Ewings
4. Abbey Dowrick
3. Tarni Evans
2. Rylie Wilcox
1. Jasmine Fleming

Sam Virgo
5. Hannah Ewings
4. Rylie Wilcox
3. Jasmine Fleming
2. Ella Roberts
1. Tarni Evans

Megan Waters
5. Hannah Ewings
4. Abbey Dowrick
3. Rylie Wilcox
2. Indy Tahau
1. Jasmine Fleming
Quite an anomaly for the non-Vic to win (first/only time since Marinoff in 2017), as well as an 18yo to win (first/only time since Prespakis in 2019). So that's quite an achievement, even though 41 votes makes it look like a deceivingly underwhelming win.
 
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Mitchell Madness

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Fleming 3rd is an absolute joke
Maybe second, but definitely not the gap to Ewing the experts suggest.
Then again, I'd be amazed if the media actually watch the games they're voting on
 

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Fleming 3rd is an absolute joke
Maybe second, but definitely not the gap to Ewing the experts suggest.
Then again, I'd be amazed if the media actually watch the games they're voting on
I just updated the previous post with all the votes.

Tim Harrington and Narelle Smith didn't even have Fleming in their list of 5, so we can't blame the media first and foremost in this case.
 

Mitchell Madness

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I just updated the previous post with all the votes.

Tim Harrington and Narelle Smith didn't even have Fleming in their list of 5, so we can't blame the media first and foremost in this case.
Clearly they don't watch it then.
Ask anyone involved with the aflw, and they will tell you Fleming plays like she has been out there for 10 years.
 

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FULL BACKS:

Chelsea Biddell
, Adelaide Crows
Never previously All Australian. Never previously All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
Averages 12.9 disposals, 76.7 per cent disposal efficiency, 1.2 tackles, 271 meters gained, and 5.3 rebound 50s per game.

Breanna Koenen, Brisbane Lions
Never previously All Australian. Never previously All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
Averages 10.7 disposals, 75.7 per cent disposal efficiency, 2.4 tackles, 165.7 meters gained, and 2.1 rebound 50s per game.

HALF BACKS:

Eilish Sheerin, Richmond
Never previously All Australian. Never previously All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
Averages 16.3 disposals, 11 contested possessions, 1.8 marks, 1.3 intercept marks, 9.7 intercept possessions, 3.3 tackles, 2.4 spoils, 2.9 rebound 50s, and 370.7 metres gained per game.

Katie Lynch, Western Bulldogs
Never previously All Australian. Never previously All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
Averages five marks, 1.9 intercept marks, 13.6 disposals, 70.6 disposal efficiency, 5.5 intercept possessions, 0.8 spoils, and 2.6 rebound 50s per game.

Emma Kearney, North Melbourne
2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 All Australian
Nine matches this season.
Averages 16.3 disposals, 67.3 per cent disposal efficiency, 3.2 tackles, 301.1 meters gained, and 3.9 rebound 50s per game.

CENTRES:

Anne Hatchard
, Adelaide Crows
2019, 2020, 2022 All Australian. 2021 All Australian squad.
10 matches this season
Averages 24.2 disposals, 55.8 per cent disposal efficiency, 10.7 uncontested possessions, 5.3 tackles, 4.4 inside 50s, and 266.8 meters gained per game.

Monique Conti, Richmond
2019, 2021 and 2022 All Australian. 2018 and 2020 All Australian squad.
10 matches this season
Averages 21.7 disposals, 62.7 per cent disposal efficiency, 3.9 clearances, 6.2 tackles, 3.7 inside 50s, and 324.8 meters gained per game.

Georgie Prespakis, Geelong Cats
Never previously All Australian. Never previously All Australian squad.
Eight matches this season.
Averages 22.8 disposals, 75.3 per cent disposal efficiency, 11.8 contested possessions, 7.8 tackles, 3.2 score involvements, 3.5 inside 50s, six clearances, and 356 metres gained per game.

HALF FORWARD:

Kate Hore
, Melbourne
2020 All Australian. 2021 and 2022 All Australian squad.
10 matches this season
16 goals this season. Averages 14 disposals, 63.6 per cent disposal efficiency, 6.5 uncontested possessions, 3.5 tackles, 1.6 inside 50s, and 199.7 meters gained per game.

Jesse Wardlaw, Brisbane Lions
Never previously All Australian. 2020 All Australian squad.
Nine matches this season.
19 goals in the home and away season. Averages 2.9 marks, 0.9 contested marks, 1.1 tackles, 4.3 score involvements, 8.4 disposals, and 3.1 ground ball gets per game.

Maddy Prespakis, Essendon
2019 and 2020 All Australian.
10 matches this season.
Averages 23.7 disposals, 12.7 contested possessions, 4.9 tackles, 3.2 score involvements, three inside 50s, and 4.6 clearances per game.

FULL FORWARDS:

Courtney Wakefield
, Richmond
Never previously All Australian. Never previously All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
13 goals this season. Averages 2.9 marks, 1.3 contested marks, 3.8 tackles, 2.5 score involvements, and two ground ball gets per game.

Chloe Scheer, Geelong Cats
Never previously All Australian. Never previously All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
17 goals this season. Averages 2.9 marks, 1.7 contested marks, two tackles, 4.4 score involvements, 3.1 ground ball gets, and 8.4 disposals per game.

FOLLOWERS:

Breann Moody
, Carlton
2021 All Australian
10 matches this season.
Averages 22.8 hitouts, six hitouts to advantage, a 52 per cent hitout win rate, 11.2 disposals, and 3.5 clearances per game.

Jasmine Garner, North Melbourne
2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 All Australian. 2018 All Australian squad.
10 matches this season
Averages 22.7 disposals, 70 per cent disposal efficiency, 5.2 clearances, 4.1 tackles, 5.4 inside 50s, and 398.1 meters gained per game.

Ebony Marinoff, Adelaide Crows
2017, 2019, 2021 and 2022 All Australian
10 matches this season
Averages 26.5 disposals, 14 contested possessions, 9.3 tackles, three score involvements, 5.6 inside 50s, 5.1 clearances, and 488.6 metres gained per game.

INTERCHANGE:

Olivia Purcell, Melbourne
2020 All Australian.
10 matches this season.
Averages 24.3 disposals, 14.4 uncontested possessions, 3.6 tackles, 3.9 score involvements, 3.9 inside 50s, four clearances, and 293 metres gained per game.

Chelsea Randall, Adelaide Crows
2017, 2018 and 2019 All Australian
Eight matches this season.
Averages 19.1 disposals, 3.5 marks, 0.9 contested marks, 4.6 tackles, 0.9 goals, 4.1 score involvements, 3.1 inside 50s, and 6.1 ground ball gets per game.

Natalie Grider, Brisbane Lions
2022 All Australian.
10 matches this season.
Averages 12.3 disposals, 67.5 per cent disposal efficiency, 1.2 spoils, 4 tackles, 1.7 intercept marks, and seven intercept possessions per game.

Greta Bodey, Brisbane Lions
Never previously All Australian. 2022 All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
Averages 10.8 disposals, 49.1 per cent disposal efficiency, 2.3 marks, 2.6 tackles, four score involvements, and 2.4 inside 50s per game.

Amy McDonald, Geelong Cats
Never previously All Australian, 2022 All Australian squad.
10 matches this season.
Averages 25 disposals, 15.4 contested possessions, 7.4 tackles, 3.9 score involvements, 2.9 inside 50s, and 7.1 clearances per game.
 

Vacuous Space

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Clearly they don't watch it then.
Ask anyone involved with the aflw, and they will tell you Fleming plays like she has been out there for 10 years.
As opposed to Dowrick, Ewings and Roberts?

I'd have questions for anybody who left any of the top-4 off their ballots and I'm genuinely shocked that the gap was so large, but I think there's arguments for any of the top-4 winning.
 

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Gold Coast 2022 S7 AFLW Club Champion Top 10:
1. Charlie Rowbottom (279)
2. Alison Drennan (240)
3. Claudia Whitfort (237)
4. Vivien Saad (214)
5. Lauren Bella (212)
=6. Lauren Ahrens (210)
=6. Daisy D’Arcy (210)
8. Jac Dupuy (208)
9. Bess Keaney (185)
10. Tara Bohanna (182)

Top 4 all from Victoria, so too 7 of the top 10.

Howarth and Jones quite obviously judged on a different scale to Saad and Dupuy.

Two of the top five in their B+F North rejects?
 

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Yeah thought Brisbane would be far too even to have them win. Guess the umpires had their eye on Anderson throughout the season.

Garner didn't get much love which was a surprise.
 

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Teen Wolf

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2022 AFLW Season Seven Best and Fairest winner (Top 5)​

Ally Anderson (21 votes)
Monique Conti (19 votes)
Ebony Marinoff (18 votes)
Maddy Prespakis (17 votes)
Olivia Purcell (16 votes)
Comprehensive club-by-club votes will have to wait until tomorrow, unless somebody else comes up with them first.

The All-Australian selectors could have saved themselves some embarrassment by once again paying more attention to the ladder and the difficulty of each team's fixture. Not only would it have ensured Anderson's selection, but so too her Zilmere buddy Tayla Harris (who also polled better than most expected). Both definitely had better seasons than G.Prespakis and Wakefield/Scheer/Randall respectively.

But I shan't complain too much, considering the overdue recognition for Breann Moody, whose selection became sweeter during her interview with Brihony Doucheface. Less Essendon media flogs involved in presenting next year's ceremony would be good, since they clearly can't resist injecting their self-absorbed attitude into proceedings (Sarah Jones' transparent question to the Prespakis sisters a new low).

Two of the top five in their B+F North rejects?
Top ten finishers Lauren Ahrens and Bess Keaney are also Melbourne Uni products. We provide the Suns with more key talent than Queensland does lol. Rowbottom is their first B&F winner to have not been developed at Arden Street.
 

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Yeah thought Brisbane would be far too even to have them win. Guess the umpires had their eye on Anderson throughout the season.

Garner didn't get much love which was a surprise.

Its a joke, but Carey, Matthews and Ablett Snr never won Brownlows either.
 

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Club-by-club vote breakdown:
Adelaide (42 votes)

Ebony Marinoff 18

Anne Hatchard 12

Chelsea Randall 5

Danielle Ponter 3

Caitlin Gould 2

McKenzie Dowrick 1

Montana McKinnon 1



Brisbane (49 votes)

Ally Anderson 21

Emily Bates 8

Cathy Svarc 5

Tahlia Hickie 5

Isabel Dawes 3

Jesse Wardlaw 3

Courtney Hodder 1

Natalie Grider 1

Orla O'Dwyer 1

Sophie Conway 1



Carlton (27 votes)

Breann Moody 10

Abbie McKay 8

Mimi Hill 5

Darcy Vescio 2

Kerryn Peterson 2



Collingwood (37 votes)

Chloe Molloy 12

Jaimee Lambert 7

Mikala Cann 7

Jordyn Allen 3

Ruby Schleicher 3

Tarni Brown 3

Stacey Livingstone 1

Steph Chiocci 1



Essendon (28 votes)

Madison Prespakis 17

Sophie Alexander 3

Daria Bannister 2

Stephanie Cain 2

Stephanie Wales 2

Bonnie Toogood 1

Paige Scott 1



Fremantle (23 votes)

Kiara Bowers 14

Hayley Miller 5

Aine Tighe 4



Geelong (40 votes)

Georgie Prespakis 15

Amy McDonald 12

Rebecca Webster 5

Nina Morrison 3

Chloe Scheer 2

Shelley Scott 2

Meg McDonald 1



Gold Coast (33 votes)

Charlie Rowbottom 15

Kalinda Howarth 5

Alison Drennan 4

Claudia Whitfort 4

Tara Bohanna 3

Ellie Hampson 1

Jac Dupuy 1



GWS Giants (27 votes)

Alyce Parker 15

Georgia Garnett 7

Alicia Eva 3

Jodie Hicks 1

Tarni Evans 1



Hawthorn (13 votes)

Tilly Lucas-Rodd 6

Akec Makur Chuot 2

Jess Duffin 2

Kaitlyn Ashmore 2

Lucy Wales 1



Melbourne (48 votes)

Olivia Purcell 16

Karen Paxman 7

Tayla Harris 7

Eliza West 6

Kate Hore 5

Lauren Pearce 2

Tyla Hanks 2

Alyssa Bannan 1

Daisy Pearce 1

Lily Mithen 1



North Melb. (36 votes)

Jasmine Garner 12

Emma Kearney 8

Ashleigh Riddell 7

Jenna Bruton 6

Emma King 2

Tahlia Randall 1



Port Adelaide (16 votes)

Hannah Ewings 7

Abbey Dowrick 3

Ange Foley 2

Erin Phillips 2

Maria Moloney 2



Richmond (43 votes)

Monique Conti 19

Sarah Hosking 5

Courtney Wakefield 4

Ellie McKenzie 4

Grace Egan 4

Eilish Sheerin 3

Gabby Seymour 2

Maddie Shevlin 2



St Kilda (19 votes)

Kate Shierlaw 8

Georgia Patrikios 3

Bianca Jakobsson 2

Caitlin Greiser 2

Tarni White 2

Hannah Priest 1

Olivia Vesely 1



Sydney (6 votes)

Brooke Lochland 3

Lexi Hamilton 2

Montana Ham 1



West Coast (19 votes)

Emma Swanson 10

Bella Lewis 5

Aisling McCarthy 3

Ella Roberts 1



W. Bulldogs (34 votes)

Ellie Blackburn 14

Kirsty Lamb 8

Alice Edmonds 4

Eleanor Brown 3

Celine Moody 2

Deanna Berry 1

Jess Fitzgerald 1

Katie Lynch 1
 

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Anderson is a wonderful player, I think it shows how the selectors for the AA team need to be at more games.
They seem to be influenced by who they remember from the TV and whoever the commentators mention in a broadcast.
 
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Cdog71

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I know it’s pointless looking at the votes but
Rnd 1 Conti leading poss winner and leading tackles. No votes
Rnd 8
Tiges down by three goals at quarter time. It was clearances and spread that turned the game
Conti 30 poss two shots on goal
No votes
Strange.
 

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The most interesting thing about the last few weeks is how the Coaches, Players and Umpires view the game and players performances, all very different which is why we have different POTY award winners. Personally, I think the Coaches award is the most credible because they sit just outside the game and are in the best position to judge who had the greatest influence on the result. The "most prized" award is probably the least credible, the Umpires have the hardest job in the game (some will say they can't even do that correctly) and their view of the game is often the narrowest as they rarely focus beyond the contest, so it has to be harder for them to properly judge who is best afield.
 
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Anderson is a wonderful player, I think it shows how the selectors for the AA team need to be at more games.
They seem to be influenced by who they remember from the TV and whoever the commentators mention in a broadcast.
Is it any wonder.

There is such a heavy Vic Bias in the commentary, you’d be forgiven for thinking the commentators only play to one audience. 🤔
 

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Even the fans know who is the true League MVP. :)

Coles AFLW Fan Awards: Check out the winners

Most Valuable Player

Jasmine Garner (NMFC)

Garner took out the AFL Coaches' Association AFLW Player of the Year Award, so it's no surprise to see fans feel the same way about the courageous Kangaroo. Garner's incredible drive - and ability to slot a sneaky goal - helped North Melbourne get over the line several times during season seven, with her value reflected in the Coles AFLW Fan Awards, being voted the fans' Most Valuable Player.
 

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Yeah thought Brisbane would be far too even to have them win. Guess the umpires had their eye on Anderson throughout the season.

Garner didn't get much love which was a surprise.
Not really. She never gets any.
 

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The AFL doesn't get enough credit for all the things they don't screw up. I heard that last night's ceremony was originally just going to be a barbecue at Brendon Gale's house, but Gill stepped in at the last minute and said "no! I know a guy who was a director at Crown, he can help get us a discount on a room there".

Since the topic of the AA team playing Ireland was again raised during the broadcast, let it be also said again that it's a bad idea. Either because it wouldn't be close (in the case of Aussie rules) or it would be a concept that everybody will hate on anyway (in the case of International rules).

But an Indigenous v Irish All-Stars AFLW game would be awesome, and only a predictable portion of the public would hate on it. Below are players just listed for S7 (might've missed a name or two). If injuries were an issue, perhaps replacements could be sourced by tying it into a draft combine where players vying for an AFLW contract could get an opportunity to further their case.

Indigenous All-Stars
B: Litonya Cockatoo-Motlap, Nat Plane
HB: J'Noemi Anderson, Kalinda Howarth, Janet Baird
C: Mia King, Ally Anderson, Kaitlyn Ashmore
HF: Aliesha Newman, Dakota Davidson, Ashanti Bush
F: Danielle Ponter, Courtney Hodder
R: Gemma Houghton, Georgie Prespakis, Madison Prespakis
I: Krstel Petrevski, Stephanie Williams, Perri King, Laqouiya Cockatoo-Motlap, Imahra Cameron, Mikayla Morrison

Irish All-Stars
B: Clara Fitzpatrick, Erika O'Shea
HB: Sinead Goldrick, Brid Stack, Blaithin Mackin
C: Orla O'Dwyer, Aisling McCarthy, Niamh Kelly
HF: Vikki Wall, Grace Kelly, Rachel Kearns
F: Cora Staunton, Aishling Sheridan
R: Aine Tighe, Aileen Gilroy, Sarah Rowe
I: Ailish Considine, Aine McDonagh, Joanne Doonan, Amy Mulholland, Orlagh Lally, Megan Ryan
 

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