AFLW Player of the Week (Round Six)
With just two weeks of the AFL Women’s home and away season left, Round Six gave us some good highlights in a time when sports matches are becoming rare.
From high scoring matches, with the most notable being the Bulldogs versus Fremantle clash, to the continued improvement of some of the league’s newest teams.
We have looked through all the results from Round Six of the AFLW, to come up with our pick for the AFLW Player of the Week.
These honourable mentions go to the players who either just missed out on making the top three or to players that received several nominations by our followers.
Kalinda Howarth (Gold Coast) – 11 disposals, four marks and four goals.
Madison Prespakis (Carlton) - 23 disposals, four marks and a goal.
Ebony Marinoff (Adelaide)– 21 disposals, nine tackles and six marks.
#3 Ebony Antonio (Fremantle)
Third spot for our Player of the Week goes to a player that was overall impressive during Fremantle’s 15-point win over the Western Bulldogs. Ebony Antonio finished the high scoring match with a total of 19 disposals, six marks and a goal.
#2 Alyce Parker (GWS)
The Giants narrowly got over the top of the Adelaide Crows, and it was thanks to players like Alyce parker. She had a very impressive performance, that saw her collect 30 disposals, seven marks and three tackles, in what is her best performance thus far this AFLW season.
#1 Dana Hooker (West Coast)
While the Eagles certainly didn’t get the result, they were hoping for against the Suns, one West Coast highlight from the match would have to be the performance of Dana Hooker. In what was by far her best performance this season, she collected an outstanding 31 disposals, six marks and six tackles, which in our eyes, makes her the AFLW Player of the Week for Round Six.
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