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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #825 on: July 26, 2021, 07:07:42 PM »
There must be a quick skilled version of the New Zealand weight lifter we can draft

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #826 on: July 27, 2021, 06:09:43 PM »
Richmond Women's Recruiting Manager Trent Mosbey:

What are your thoughts on the talent available in this year’s draft crop?

"We're really excited by this talented group and we were able to get an extra first-round pick this year, so we have two first-round picks going into this draft...so we're really excited about the group of girls that we'll select with those two selections. And we think it runs really deep. We've got (another) three selections out the back of the draft and with our last selection we'll be taking Akec (Makur Chuot) back onto the list. Akec made a great sacrifice so we were able to get Jess Hosking in the trade period, so (we'll be) really happy to get Akec back on our list and looking forward to what she can contribute in the next season."

Richmond holds pick No. 5, which is the third Victorian selection, a really good opportunity to bring some young talent into the squad.

"We think we've got access to an elite, talented girl at that pick three in Victoria. We're really excited by that batch of girls and we've done a lot of work on them since January of this year and met them multiple times and watched them play all across the year at championship level, NAB league level and VFLW. So, we feel we've got a really good handle of the draft pool and particular that top end part of it, so we're really looking forward to adding a really talented girl onto our list."

With your remaining selections, will you be looking to select the best player available with those selections, or do you have specific needs in mind?

"It's a bit of a mixture and we hope that both will overlap and we're able to achieve our goals in terms of adding certain position types to the list. But, overall, our strategy, particularly for the first two picks, will be best talent available and we'll hopefully get some really talented girls there onto the list and hopefully fill the list need at the same time. So, we've identified a batch of girls that fit the criteria of the football club, and hopefully we can get them on board."

What attributes are you looking for in your selections?

"We've got set criteria that we stick to and some attributes that we really want to value and we've identified those around athleticism, competitiveness, skill, and also a character component to that as well. We want to bring in girls that fit our values and our core culture that we're trying to build at the Richmond Football Club."


The 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft commences tonight at 6:45pm AEST.

https://www.richmondfc.com.au/news/984775/2021-aflw-draft-preview

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #827 on: July 27, 2021, 07:01:29 PM »

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #828 on: July 27, 2021, 07:11:20 PM »
2. Geel - Georgie Prepakis

3. WC - Charlotte Thomas

4. StK - Ella Friend


Our first pick is next. Both Craven & Ling available which we've been linked to according to Sarah Black.
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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #829 on: July 27, 2021, 07:13:34 PM »
Okay this isn't going the way Sarah Black had in her phantom draft.

5. Richmond - Stella Reid

Welcome to Punt Rd, Stella  :).

Stella Reid

Pos: Midfielder/forward
Ht: 173cm
DOB: 10/9/03
From: Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro

A lovely user of the footy, Reid is equally adept in the midfield or on the wing as she is roaming across half-forward. Reid is a member of the NAB AFLW Academy, has an uncanny knack of hitting the scoreboard at crucial moments and has good speed and game awareness. Her uncle Simon Arnott played 30 games for Sydney and 26 games for the Cats.

https://womens.afl/news/73298

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #830 on: July 27, 2021, 07:17:33 PM »
6. GC - Tegan Levi

7. Geel - Zali Friswell

8. GC - Ashanti Bush

9. Geel - Gabbi Featherston

10. Carl - Annie Lee


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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #831 on: July 27, 2021, 07:22:33 PM »
11. Carl - Keeley Sherar

12. StK - Ashleigh Richards

13. North - Tess Craven

14. Freo - Amy Franklin

15. Geel - Annabel Johnson

Our second pick is next.

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #832 on: July 27, 2021, 07:25:12 PM »
16. Richmond - Emelia Yassir   

Welcome to Tigerland, Emelia    :)


EMELIA YASSIR

Pos: Midfielder
Ht: 160cm,
DOB: 25/9/03
From: Calder Cannons/Vic Metro

Yassir only knows one thing, and that's to attack the footy. A strong ball-winner who has proven herself against the bigger bodies at VFLW level playing for Essendon, she can also drift forward and hit the scoreboard. One list manager compared her to Bulldog Elisabeth Georgostathis, with the ability to have an impact on both the inside and outside.

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #833 on: July 27, 2021, 07:27:29 PM »
17. Adel - Zoe Prowse

18. Bris - Maggie Harmer

That's the end of the first round. Gill has done his job and he's off.

Our next pick is a long way off at 48.
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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #834 on: July 27, 2021, 07:39:42 PM »
Our first two picks:

#7 Stella Reid (Oakleigh Chargers/Vic Metro)

10/09/2003 | 173cm
Medium Utility

Key strengths: Versatility, spread, skills, goal sense

A natural ball-winner with a slick left foot and smooth-moving ability, Reid has proven she can play on all three lines of the field. Starting off half-back and pushing up to a wing, Reid finished her season up forward and ended up slotting 15 goals in 11 games, including three in Oakleigh’s premiership win. She averaged 1.4 goals for the season from 20.1 disposals, 4.5 marks and 3.2 inside 50s per game, looked to as a key player to move the ball in transition. She used it well by hand or foot and was able to find space with ease. Multiple times a game Reid would make you wonder how she got in so much space even when tearing it up, but credit to her work rate and smarts to be able to find the open space and then punish the opposition through either her disposal or on the scoreboard.

State-based Pool Ranking (Victoria): #3

AFLW Draft notes:

Much like Slender, Reid is as versatile as they come, but from an outside sense. She can play at half-back, half-forward or on a wing, and hits the scoreboard regularly, and that will appeal to clubs. It is anticipated she will be in the first half-dozen Victorian picks alongside her teammates Rowbottom and Amanda Ling.



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#22 Emelia Yassir (Calder Cannons/Vic Metro)

25/09/2003 | 160cm
Balanced Midfielder

Key strengths: Contested work, aggression, disposal, high impact

Bursting onto the scene as a 15-year-old during Calder Cannons’ run to the 2019 NAB League Girls Grand Final, Yassir played 11 games in her debut season to hold her own against much older opponents. In her top-age year, Yassir lifted her numbers to 16.7 disposals, 3.9 tackles and 3.1 inside 50s to be a crucial player in the Cannons’ forward half of the ground. Her contested work and aggression around the football makes her a player that would do anything to win the football and shows a high level of football nous, along with high impact in the games. She will generally use it well going forward, and whilst she might only be the 160cm, could settle as a midfielder or defensive forward with her traits and skillset.

State-based Pool Ranking (Victoria): #13

AFLW Draft notes:

Yassir is a player who could go first or second round depending on the club’s needs. She has a lot of potential for the future and might be one Carlton looks to with its back-to-back picks, with North Melbourne and Richmond around the right region, and even the Western Bulldogs having a few selections together.



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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #835 on: July 27, 2021, 07:49:13 PM »
Round 2

19. North - Tara Slender
20. Adel - Brooke Tonon
21. WC - Courtney Rowley
22. WB - Amanda Ling
23. Carl - Brooke Vickers
24. WC - Beth Schilling
25. WB - Aurora Smith
26. Carl - Imogen Milford
27. WB - Elizabeth Snell
28. North - Kimberley Rennie
29. Coll - Eliza James
30. GC - Giselle Davies
31. Freo - Dana East
32. Coll - Eloise Chaston
33. Coll - Imogen Barnett
34. Adel - Abbie Ballard
35. Bris - Bella Smith

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #836 on: July 27, 2021, 08:20:11 PM »
Round 3

36. StK - pass
37. GWS - Ally Morphett
38. Freo - Makaela Tuhakaraina
39. Carl - pass
40. WC - Sarah Lakay
41. Melb - Georgia Campbell (F/D)
42. Melb - Tahlia Gillard
43. North - Perri King
44. Freo - Airlie Runnalls 
45. Melb - Alison Brown
46. Bris - Mikayla Pauga

Round 4

47. WC - Emily Bennett


We're next up.

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #837 on: July 27, 2021, 08:22:08 PM »
48. Richmond - Meagan Kiely   

Welcome to Punt Rd, Meagan :)

From North's VFL.



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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #838 on: July 27, 2021, 08:23:41 PM »
49. GWS - Jessica Doyle


50. Richmond - Ingrid Houtsma

Welcome to Tigerland, Ingrid  :).

176cm
Current Team: Geelong Falcons, Vic Country Girls
Birthday: November 20, 2003

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Re: Richmond AFLW team [merged]
« Reply #839 on: July 27, 2021, 08:25:52 PM »
51. North - Jasmine Ferguson
52. Freo - Jessica Low
53. Bris - Luka Yoshida-Martin

Round 5:

54. Richmond - Akec Makur Chuot

We promised to redraft her.

So that's it for us.