Before preparing to run out in front of a large crowd at Whitten Oval on Saturday night, the Western Bulldogs’ Katie Brennan chats to Aflplayers.com.au about representing her beloved Bulldogs once again.
The Women’s All-Star match will be the last exhibition match in the current format before the women’s draft occurs in October and the league’s eight teams secure their lists for the 2017 launch.
Adelaide, Brisbane, Carlton, Collingwood, Fremantle, Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs were the clubs chosen to house their own women’s side for the inaugural 2017 season, with Geelong, North Melbourne, Richmond, St Kilda and West Coast being granted provisional licences and a chance to secure a team in the future.
Women’s All-Stars Match
Western Bulldogs v Melbourne
VU Whitten Oval
Saturday September 3, 7.10pm (AEST)
Gates open at 4.00pm
Entry to the game is FREE
Get down to the ground early to see the NAB Youth Girls All-Stars and experience the McDonald’s AFL 9s celebrity match at half-time.