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Glenelg is a foundation team in the inaugural SANFL Women's competition in 2017, along with North, Norwood and West.

The competition expanded rapidly going from 4 teams in 2017 to the current 8 teams in 2019. Coincidentally, 2019 was the first year Glenelg played in Finals in the Women's competition. The competition comprises teams from all non-AFL SANFL Clubs.

Glenelg won their first Women's premiership in 2021.

Honour Roll

GLENELG F.C. WOMEN'S HONOUR ROLL
Year Ladder Captain Coach Leading Goalkicker Best & Fairest
2017 3 Cass Hartley Narelle Smith Eloise Jones (6) Courtney Gum*
2018 6 Cass Hartley Aleks Bojanic/Jason Fairall Lexia Edwards (7) Ellie Kellock
2019 4 Cass Hartley Jason Fairall Ellen Fauser (10) Caitlin Gould
2020 5 Chelsea Packer Jason Fairall Eloise Jones (9) Madisyn Freeman
2021 1 Ellie Kellock Jason Fairall Madisyn Freeman & Chelsea Packer (8) Jessica Bates

Note: * = also SANFL League Award winner

Seasons

* 2017 * 2018 * 2019 * 2020 * 2021

Team History

  • First Season: 2017
  • Premierships (1) 2021
  • Finals Series (2) 2019, 2021
  • Wooden Spoons (1) 2018
  • SANFLW B&F (1) Courtney Gum (2017)
  • SANFLW Coaches award (1) Courtney Gum (2017)
  • Grand Final B&F (1) Ebony Marinoff (2021)

All Time Records

  • Highest Score
    • 11.6 (72) v WWT, Round 10 2021
  • Largest Win
    • 68 points v WWT, Round 10 2021
  • Lowest Score
    • 0.1 (1) v South, Round 9 2018
  • Largest Loss
    • 82 points v South, Round 9 2018
  • Most Goals in a game
    • 4 - Ellen Fauser Round 9 2019; Caitlin Gould Round 3 2020

AFLW

The following GFCW players have played with, or been drafted to, AFLW teams

  • Courtney Gum (Greater Western Sydney - 2017 draft)
  • Eloise Jones (Adelaide - 2017 draft)
  • Jessica Allen (Adelaide - 2017 draft)
  • Tait Mackrill (Greater Western Sydney - 2017 Rookie draft)
  • Brianna Walling (Adelaide - 2017 Rookie draft)
  • Lucy Bellinger (Brisbane Lions - 2019 draft)
  • Caitlin Gould (Adelaide - 2019 draft)
  • Ebony Marinoff (Adelaide)
  • Deni Varnhagen (Adelaide)
  • Dayna Cox (Adelaide)

See also

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