Nominees for 2019 AFL New Zealand Female Player of the year

AFL New Zealand would like to congratulate the following nominees for the 2019 AFL New Zealand Female Player of the Year. 

 

The winner will be announced at the 2019 High Performance Awards which will be held on Saturday the 6th of April at AUT University in Auckland City.

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Congratulations to all the nominees!

 

Alyssa Clemas

Green Bay High School student Alyssa Clemas is a hard running, committed midfielder who has impressed right from the start of her AFL career.

With speed to burn, Alyssa continues to develop her game in hopes of achieving higher honours.

 

Chelsea Young

Chelsea Young has a high passion and commitment to AFL as she travels over three hours each week to be apart of the AFL New Zealand Youth Competition and Academy in Auckland.

The 17 year old lit up Westpac Stadium last year with one of the best goals ever seen. Chelsea gathered the ball in the middle of the ground and evaded defenders before finishing off kicking it straight down the middle.

 

Jaimee Wyatt

Jaimee Wyatt is now in her fourth year playing AFL and continues to develop her game.

An all round athlete, Jaimee was best on ground for the Kahu in game 1 in 2018 and had another strong game in trying conditions against the Port Adelaide Women’s Indigenous Academy.

Jaimee was selected by AFL New Zealand and Tasmania to represent the state at the 2018 AFLW National Youth Girls Champs in Sydney and is only the third Kiwi to do so.

 

Killarney Morey

New Zealand Kahu Captain Killarney Morey continues to assert her dominance on the sport of AFL.

Killarney reads the game well, has excellent skills and was named as the best for New Zealand in game 1 of the ANZAC campaign last year.

Killarney was the second player to represent NZ at the AFLW National Youth Girls Champs in 2017.

 

Kylie McGahan

Kylie McGahan has been playing AFL for less than a year and has made a big impact in the sport.

Kylie was awarded best on ground in their match against Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League on Westpac Stadium and helped the Kahu win their fifth straight game in November last year kicking 3 goals against the Port Adelaide Women’s Indigenous Academy.

 

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