Mel Wise (Clarence)

Dominant across half back with her intercept marking and ability to create play. Only had two goals kicked on her all year. Went forward for one game and kicked two in a best on ground performance before getting injured.

Mikayla Binns (Launceston)

Binns is a great leader in the back-line for the Blues. Strong in the contest and her communication is second to none. Binns is a great left foot kick and is rarely beaten in marking contests.



Nicole Bresnehan (Clarence) VICE-CAPTAIN

The backline general of Clarence. The AFLW star controls the setup of the Roos team. Runs through lines and sets up forward entries, also chimes in with stints in the middle and wins plenty of the footy.

Libby Haines (Glenorchy)

Arguably one of the best players in the Cripps TSLW, Haines could not have been more impressive with her defensive ability, often turning defence into attack. Has on multiple occasions been best on ground, playing a lead hand in guiding Glenorchy to second.

Priscilla Odwogo (Kingborough)

The stand out Tiger in a trying season. Odwogo is a solid defender who takes the game on. A speedster that brings the heat as one of the competition’s best pressure players.



Jodie Clifford (North Launceston) – CAPTAIN

Clifford is a quality midfielder that runs all day, provides a mixture of grunt and polish. Heart of a lion and an outstanding leader for a young North Launceston side.

Daria Bannister (Launceston)

The reigning TSLW medalist has turned out another stand out season. Bannister has elite skills, is a strong contested mark, hard at the ball, a strong tackler and can play anywhere on the ground and win the ball.

Kelsie Hill (Launceston)

A young gun with fantastic speed and strong aerially with the ability to take a contested grab.  Can compete against any forward in the competition and is fantastic in one on ones on the wing.  Has elite skills and can consistently execute on both sides of her body.



Elise Barwick (Glenorchy)

Barwick is express, her speed and run is elite. She can take a strong mark overhead and has become a goal kicker this year playing on a half forward flank.


Meg Sinclair (Launceston)

Sinclair is one of the premier forwards in the TSLW, presents well up the ground and is a fantastic overhead mark. Also provides great forward half pressure, is a great tackler and selfless team player. Rarely beaten in one on one contests, especially on the lead.



Jessie Williams (Clarence)

A prolific forward, second in the competition for goals with 16, Williams is a brilliant player. Her agility and goal sense always creates headaches for opposition teams. Clever at creating space and regularly turns defenders inside out.


Jacinta Limbrick (Clarence)

Limbrick is a highly effective forward, third in the competition for goals with 12.

Limbrick has kicked multiple goals in games as either a deep forward or a high half forward. She has a great work rate and a strong marking game.

Amy Edmand (Clarence)

The best genuine small forward in the competition. Her front and square work is exceptional, kicking nine well-taken goals. Has only not hit the scoreboard once when playing as a forward. Has also contributed with stints down back. A player of great promise.



Camilla Taylor (Launceston)

The league’s best ruck, exceptional body work around the ground. Is strong in the ruck but then effectively becomes another midfielder with her ability to influence around the ground. Not afraid to put her body on the line and can win the ground ball as well as in the air.


Sarah Skinner (Glenorchy)

Skinner has sublime skills and is as adept in the midfield as she is up forward as the competition’s top goal kicker. She uses the ball extremely well and is consistently in the best players for the Magpies. She always finds plenty of the ball and is strong overhead and an accurate and effective kick.


Mia King (Launceston)

The tractor is a consistent performer for Launceston, winning plenty of the ball in and under. Has elite skills, great hands at ground level and a great overhead mark for her size. Is as hard as they come, fearless in the contest.



Bronte Scott (Clarence)

Leads the club in tackles and centre clearances. Can play both inside and outside and covers a lot of ground. An elite runner and hard worker.


Ella Maurer (North Launceston)

Maurer is a very talented young player that has developed rapidly into a key midfielder in the North Launceston lineup this season. Has pace and endurance.


Maggie Cuthbertson (North Launceston)

Clearly one of the standout players in the competition, an exceptional talent that can play almost any position.


Jemma Webster (Glenorchy)

A dominant ball winning midfielder who can play anywhere forward, back or wing. Has been given the role on AFLW players and been very successful in nullifying their influence. She is quick and a good ball user.