Before they were Melbourne’s marquee players, Daisy Pearce and Melissa Hickey were knockabout country girls with enormous football talent.
Presented by MoleMap, Pearce and Hickey gather on a muggy Melbourne day to share their early memories with football, their first experiences with each other and their rise in popularity ahead of the inaugural AFLW season.
MoleMap is an organisation raising awareness for skin checks and is the number one choice for skin cancer detection for over 250,000 patients.
Competing in the upcoming AFLW season this February, Pearce and Hickey will brave the harsh Australian sun each week as they train and compete for an AFLW premiership.
With two out of three Australians getting skin cancer in their lifetime, early detection is vital and can save your life.
In part two of MoleMap’s three-part series, Pearce and Hickey chat about playing together at the Darebin Falcons and adapting to their newfound fame as household AFLW names.