• Jayden J Bartlett

GSFLW Team of the Week - Round Four

Round Four of the Great Southern Football League Women's competition is done and dusted - but what a weekend of football it was.

Willunga continued its dominance for the third straight week; to put into perspective just how well they have performed over the past three rounds - Willunga scored a combined total of 336 points while holding their opponents to a combined total of ten points.

Round For also saw Encounter Bay bounce back in spectacular fashion with a 74 point win over their cross-town rival. Strathalbyn just got over the top of Goolwa by eight points in what was a mouth-watering clash, and McLaren flexed their muscle with a very accurate nine straight goals to defeat Mt Compass by 34.

See all of this round's best performers in our Round Four GSFLW Team of the Week.

Scroll down to see the Team of the Week, plus a small breakdown of the squad

Captain: Achol Agany Vice-Captain: Ella Radbone

Due to several strong performances on the weekend - it was a real struggle to try and fit everyone in, especially forwards and midfielders, hence why some have been named out of position so we could squeeze them all in.

Each side has been represented by at least one player, with Willunga's dominance reflected again in the side with seven named players. Following them is Strathalbyn with four, then McLaren and the rejuvenated Bays with three named players each.

As for the leaders for this week, with have selected Encounter Bay forward, Achol Agany as our Captain, following her five goal performance on the weekend. The Vice-Captaincy goes to Willunga's Ella Radbone following her strong performance during the Demons big win.

While Ella played several positions on the weekend, we had to name her at full back to make room for some of her fellow teammates. But joining her in defense is teammate, Colbie Frankland who kicked three goals on the weekend, as well as Demon defender, Jodie Hunt. A young Victor Harbor duo also calls the backline home in Maya Overall and Jaimee Millard, and the final spot in defense goes to Mt Compass's Lina Shute.

Willunga's domination is also shown through the middle, with a familiar name in Katrice Turner calling it home following her three goals on the weekend, another Demon in Caitlin Radbone also makes the side on the wing. The final spot in the middle goes to Strathalbyn young-gun, Emogen Johnson. Yankalilla accounts for most of this week's followers, with both Laura Smith and Leah Bailey calling it home, as well as Goolwa's Renee Moon.

This week's forward line is arguably the strongest put together yet, with our Captain Achol Agany scoring five goals on the weekend, while Willunga's Dakota Oniszk booted three goals and McLaren's Sally Fuller booted four goals. The remaining spots go to Strathalbyn tall forward, Melanie Cross, experienced SANFLW youngster, Tahlita Buethke, and Goolwa's Kate Reynolds.

Rounding out this week's side is Cleo Guilfoyle who booted three goals for the Demons on the weekend. Joining her on the interchange is Encounter Bay's Tj Walkden, Strathalbyn's Georgia Pater, and Goolwa's Asha Bell. The final three spots go to another Rooster in Emma Chapman, as well as Bays' Tess Huxtable and McLaren's Meg Bentley.

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Special Thanks to all those who nominated players for our Team of the Week.

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