2019 Geelong Football Club women's season

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Geelong Football Club
2019 season
PresidentColin Carter
CoachPaul Hood
(1st season)
Captain(s)Melissa Hickey
(1st season)
Home groundGMHBA Stadium
AFLW2nd (Conference B)
Finals seriesPreliminary finals
Best and fairestMeg McDonald
Leading goalkickerMia-Rae Clifford (6)
Highest home attendance18,429 vs. Collingwood (round 1)
Lowest home attendance4,125 vs. Fremantle (round 6)

The 2019 season is the Geelong Football Club's first completed season in the AFL Women's (AFLW). Paul Hood was the club's inaugural senior coach, and Melissa Hickey was appointed club captain.

Overview[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Playing list and statistics[4][5]
Player No. Games Goals Behinds Kicks Handballs Disposals Marks Tackles Milestone(s)
Rene Caris 1 2 0
Danielle Orr 2 8 1
Hannah Burchell 3 1 0
Cassie Blakeway 4 7 0
Jordan Ivey 5 8 0
Julia Crockett-Grills 6 8 0
Mia-Rae Clifford 7 8 6
Kate Darby 8 7 5
Nina Morrison 9 1 0
Georgie Rankin 10 2 0
Meg McDonald 11 8 0
Renee Garing 12 8 0
Maighan Fogas 13 1 0
Aasta O'Connor 14 5 0
Olivia Purcell 16 8 2
Georgia Clarke 17 2 0
Melissa Hickey 18 6 0
Rebecca Webster 21 4 1
Phoebe McWilliams 23 6 1
Maddy McMahon 24 7 0
Elise Coventry 25 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Madeleine Boyd 26 7 2
Sophie Van De Heuvel 27 7 1
Denby Taylor 28 8 0
Richelle Cranston 30 6 1
Hayley Trevean 33 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Anna Teague 40 6 0
Rebecca Goring 44 8 0
Madeline Keryk 45 8 0
Erin Hoare 46 7 0

Season summary[edit]

Key
H Home game
A Away game
PF Preliminary finals
Table of season results[6]
Round Date Result Score Opponent Score Ground Attendance
G B T G B T
1 2 February Won 3 6 24 Collingwood 3 5 23 GMHBA Stadium H 18,429
2 9 February Lost 2 4 16 Western Bulldogs 5 4 34 VU Whitten Oval A 8,612
3 17 February Lost 6 1 37 Adelaide 10 6 66 Norwood Oval A 4,433
4 23 February Won 2 7 19 Carlton 1 8 14 GMHBA Stadium H 7,060
5 2 March Won 5 5 35 Brisbane 1 2 8 Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex A Unknown
6 9 March Lost 2 1 13 Fremantle 6 13 49 GMHBA Stadium H 4,125
7 15 March Lost 1 4 10 Greater Western Sydney 6 5 41 UNSW Canberra Oval A 4,524
PF 24 March Lost[nb 2] 1 1 7 Adelaide 11 7 73 Adelaide Oval A 13,429

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Natalie Wood was also appointed as the club's VFL Women's head coach[2]
  2. ^ Geelong was eliminated from the finals series as a result of its preliminary final loss to Adelaide

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oates, Stacey (19 November 2018). "AFLW: Stewart and Black join coaching ranks". geelongcats.com.au. Telstra Media. Archived from the original on 4 March 2019. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  2. ^ Oates, Stacey (28 August 2018). "Wood becomes part of Geelong Cats history". geelongcats.com.au. Telstra Media. Archived from the original on 19 March 2019. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  3. ^ Oates, Stacey (13 December 2018). "AFLW: 2019 Leadership announcement". geelongcats.com.au. Telstra Media. Archived from the original on 19 March 2019. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  4. ^ "AFLW: Numbers locked in". geelongcats.com.au. Telstra Media. 30 November 2018. Archived from the original on 21 March 2019. Retrieved 20 June 2019.
  5. ^ "2019 Player Stats - Geelong". AustralianFootball.com. Retrieved 20 June 2019.
  6. ^ "2019 Season Scores and Results". AustralianFootball.com. Retrieved 19 May 2019.

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