Four Sharks to play in the first AFL televised women’s game

Make sure you all get down to Etihad stadium this Sunday for the fourth AFL women’s game. The games which began in 2013 have featured nine current Sharks players, four of which are playing this weekend in the first televised game.



Mo Hope’s one of the VWFL’s best and most feared players. She’s played an incredible 190 plus games in the VWFL and in her debut season with the Sharks she was named the clubs best and fairest at the 2014 St Kilda Sharks presentation night.

2014 was arguably Mo’s best season to date. She kicked an incredible 87 goals for the Sharks in just fifteen games and was selected to play in the second AFL women’s game at Etihad stadium.

* Pick #10 in the 2014 AFL women’s draft (Western Bulldogs)

* 2014 St Kilda Sharks Premier Division Best and Fairest

* 4 x VWFL leading goal kicker (87 for the Sharks in 2014)

* Victorian and All-Australian honours

* Represented Australia in Ireland

* Player of the state carnival

* Multiple VWFL premier division premierships



Much has been said about her switch to AFL this season. She’s an incredible athlete that has brought consistency, professionalism and great leadership to the Sharks in season 2015.

She’s a star and let’s put the question out there, has she had the greatest debut season in VWFL history?

* Pick #1 in the 2015 AFL mini-draft (Western Bulldogs)

* 2015 Victorian State Representative

* She’s been named in the best players in seven of the eight games she’s played for the Sharks this season and in the 8th game, she left the field injured.


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She’s in her third season with the Sharks after playing Youth Girls in Ballarat. Since the 2014 season began Jenna has played 26 games with the Sharks and has been named in the best players 16 times.

In the inaugural AFL women’s draft in 2013 she was selected to play for the Western Bulldogs and in the 2015 AFL mini-draft she was selected to play for Melbourne.

Not bad for the girl from a spud farm in Little Hampton (near Trentham), who’s still only 19.

* Pick #40 in the 2014 inaugural AFL women’s draft (Western Bulldogs)

* Pick #8 in the 2015 AFL mini-draft (Melbourne)

* St Kilda Sharks rising star award recipient (2014)

* Youth Girls All-Australian and Victorian honours.


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A youth girls star that captained the victorious Victorian side at the 2015 state carnival in Western Australia. She’s an All-Australian youth girl and in her debut season with the Sharks she’s been named in the best players in seven of the ten games she’s played.

* Pick #2 in the 2015 AFL mini-draft (Melbourne)

* Youth Girls All-Australian

* Victorian Youth Girls captain

* Victorian Youth Girls state representative

Western Bulldogs vs Melbourne
Etihad Stadium
Sunday August 16th, 2015
Live on Channel 7 12:30PM

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Get down to Etihad Stadium on Sunday and support the girls. Buy your tickets below.