The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017: the story of the inaugural AFLW season.

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Women’s Footy Almanac on AFL360

The 2017 Women’s Footy Almanac was the highlight of last night’s AFL360.

The 2017 Matt Millen Cup – Round Three

In his weekly wrap, Earl reminds us that Hawthorn is dead last, amongst other happenings. Dead last!

AFLW Round 1 – Melbourne v Brisbane Lions: Drowned on and off the field

Yvette Wroby got her friends together for a possible Melbourne win in the rain-effected match against Brisbane.

AFLW Round 1 – Carlton v Collingwood: Football, its people, and its places

Rod Oaten, who lives not far from Princes Park, was reminded of the days of VFL footy as people walked through the streets of North Carlton. And the feeling in the crowd and the contest on the ground made for a great night.

Almanac Women’s AFL: Call for writers

If you would like to write about women’s footy, please let Yvette know. [I think this is going to be big – JTH]

Almanac Book Cover 2016: Moana Hope & Susan Alberti

Mo and Susan, two very different women who love the game of football, are Callum O’Connor’s joint nomination for the 2016 cover of the Footy Almanac.

My First Day

Callum O’Connor always wanted to work as a footy writer. And more recently, as a women’s footy writer. Since last Saturday, he does. [Congratulations Callum – Ed].

Women’s Footy – VFL: Melbourne Uni Coach Andrew Jago

Melbourne Uni coach Andrew jago reflects on successful tactics and backed hunches following the Mugars’ triumph over the Eastern Devils in the VFL Women’s elimination final.

Almanac VFL Women’s: Darebin Coach – Jane Lange

As her team prepares for a tilt at their fourth straight flag in VFL, Darebin Falcons’ playing coach Jane Lange talks about what it takes to stay at the top for so long.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Spurred On By Belief

Three years ago, the St Albans Spurs were beaten, drained of players and on the verge of collapse. Forward Alex Quigley talks about the long fight back for respect, peaking with their upset victory against Diamond Creek.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Pepa Randall

Two years after beginning her Australian Rules career, Eastern Devils’ wildcard Pepa Randall is a balance between spontaneous and developing. Can the Western Bulldogs-listed player continue to learn the art of the game ahead of the 2017 national competition?

Almanac Women’s Footy – VFL: Sinead Omahony

Melbourne Uni’s Irish recruit Sinead Omahony went from Gaelic football to VFL Women’s in six months.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Jess Dal-Pos

Jess Dal-Pos lets us in on what it takes to make a supergroup like the Darebin Falcons.

Women’s AFL: She Begins

On Wednesday, the AFL officially granted eight clubs licenses to the inaugural 2017 Women’s AFL competition. One journey ends and another begins today.

Celebrating women’s footy at the Almanac lunch on June 17 (all welcome)

All welcome at lunch at the North Fitzroy Arms on June 17. We’ll be celebrating women’s footy. All welcome.

Women’s AFL: Women’s league post postscript

The AFL announced 8 new Women’s Teams for inaugural 2017 season, Paul Spinks suggests if you don’t have a team barrack for everyone playing against Collingwood

Women’s Footy – VFL: Meg Hutchins

Eastern Devils’ champion Meg Hutchins made history in April when she became the first Female Football Operations Manager of an AFL club. But what is it about her that made the biggest sports club in Australia appoint her to such a position?

Women’s Footy – AFL: Melbourne v Brisbane

Melbourne put on a fireworks display against Brisbane at the MCG on Sunday in the Women’s AFL Exhibition Match curtain-raiser.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Seaford Start to Believe

Last Sunday, the Seaford Tigerettes made history as they became the first 2015 Division 1 side to defeat a 2015 Premier Division side. However, according to midfielder Kellie Saunders and coach Brett Alexander, it’s just the first step.