Selecting a team of the best players aged 22 and under is always a tough task. Here’s a breakdown of every member of the AFLPA’s AFLW #22Under22 31-player squad to help you in that process, thanks to Champion Data.
Chloe Molloy – Equal-sixth in the competition for uncontested marks and third at Collingwood for score involvements.
Sarah Allan – Equal-fourth in the competition for spoils and top-20 for intercept possessions. Also had the fourth most disposals of any key defender.
Gabby Newton – Ranked equal-13th in the competition for hardball-gets and second at the Bulldogs for contested possessions.
McKenzie Dowrick – Finished with the 17th-best kicking efficiency of the top 250-players for total kicks.
Charlotte Wilson – Took the third most intercept marks of any player across the competition, also ranked equal seventh for spoils and equal 22nd for intercept possessions.
Isabel Huntington – Ranked equal-first for intercept marks and second for intercept possessions across the competition.
Libby Birch – Ranked equal-seventh across the competition for intercept possessions and fourth for intercept marks.
Jasmine Grierson – Ranked second at North Melbourne for spoils and fourth in uncontested possessions.
Alyce Parker – Ranked third in the competition for contested possessions and equal fifth for groundball-gets.
Madison Prespakis – Ranked fourth in the competition for total disposals and equal-11th for clearances.
Geogia Patrikios – Ranked 10th of all midfielders for metres gained and ranked equal ninth across the competition for handball receives.
Ebony Marinoff – Ranked No. 1 in the competition for marks, second for disposals and tackles and sixth for clearances.
Olivia Purcell – Ranked equal-first across the competition for clearances, sixth for contested possessions, equal-eighth for score involvements and 11th for disposals.
Eden Zanker – Ranked equal-11th across the competition for hit-outs and ranked equal-first for tackles of all ruck players.
Nina Morrison – Ranked in the top-20 of the competition for both pressure acts and handball receives. Ranked No.1 at Geelong in tackles and second for total kicks.
Anne Hatchard – Ranked No.1 across the competition for disposals, second for groundball-gets and fourth for contested possessions and pressure acts.
Monique Conti – Ranked eighth in the competition for contested possessions and 12th for disposals. Also ranked sixth of all midfielders for metres gained.
Jacqui Yorston – Applied the equal-third most tackles of any player across the competition and ranked second for total pressure acts.
Grace Egan – Ranked top-25 across the competition for contested possessions and tackles. Also recorded the second best disposal efficiency of the top-40 disposal winners.
Tyla Hanks – Ranked equal-ninth across the competition for pressure acts and 22nd for tackles. Ranked No.1 at Melbourne for tackles and third for contested possessions.
Georgia Gee – Ranked equal-second at Carlton for goals and equal third for score involvements. Ranked third across the competition for forward half looseball-gets.
Sabreena Duffy – Ranked equal-second across the competition for total goals, equal-fifth for scoreboard impact and equal-eighth for score involvements.
Kalinda Howarth – Kicked the equal-second most goals of any player in the competition and ranked equal-fifth for scoreboard impact. Won the equal-10th most contested possessions inside 50.
Jesse Wardlaw – Took the equal second most marks inside 50 and booted the equal-fourth most goals. Also ranked equal-fifth for contested marks.
Danielle Ponter – Ranked equal-12th across the competition for forward half marks and ranked No.1 at Adelaide for scoreboard impact.
Sophie Conway – Ranked fourth at Brisbane for score involvements and equal-eighth across the competition for inside 50s.
Caitlin Greiser – Ranked No.1 across the competition for goals and equal-third for score involvements.
Eloise Jones – Ranked top-20 for forward 50 pressure acts across the competition and sixth at Adelaide for looseball-gets.
Roxanne Roux – Ranked fourth at Fremantle for scoreboard impact and second for hit-outs.
Erin McKinnon – Ranked seventh in the competition for total hitouts and had the best hit-out win percentage of any ruck player.
Lauren Bella – No.1 in the competition for hit-outs per game and recorded the second best hit-out-win rate of any ruck player.