Main content

Chelsea Randall

DOB: 14/6/91

Height: 173cm

Club: Swan Districts (WA)

Position: Forward

Guernsey No: 26

One of Australia’s leading players, Randall was recruited by the Crows as one of their marquee players. A two-time WAWFL best and fairest and regular State player, she has represented Melbourne in exhibition games in the past four seasons. Working for the Crows Community team.

Angela Foley

DOB: 13/12/88

Height: 173cm

Club: Waratah (NT)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 3

From Shepparton in country Victoria, Foley has played in premierships in her past four seasons. The PE teacher joined Bendigo Thunder while studying at Bendigo University in 2011 and was part of the team’s first VWFL premiership the following year, when she was best afield in the grand final. Foley then moved to Darwin, where she has played in three NT premierships with Waratahs and also won two association best-and-fairest medals. She represented Melbourne in exhibition games this year.

Courtney Cramey

DOB: 28/11/85

Height: 169cm

Club: Morphettville Park (SA)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 22

South Australia’s captain since 2011, Cramey has been a start on the local season for many years and been one of the few SA players to be recognised with selection in the Melbourne/Western Bulldogs exhibition games. 

Erin Phillips


DOB: 19/5/85

Height: 173cm

Club: n/a

Position: Utility

Guernsey No: 13

A dual Olympian, Phillips plays professional basketball in the US for the Dallas Wings and is a member of the Australian Opals. She has an impressive resume including two WNBA titles, a world championship gold medal and an Olympic silver medal. The daughter of SA Football Hall of Fame inductee Greg Phillips.

Ebony Marinoff

DOB: 15/11/97

Height: 169cm

Club: Morphettville Park (SA)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 10

A senior premiership player at local level, Marinoff has represented South Australia at youth and senior level and played for Melbourne in the AFL All Stars women’s game late in the 2016 season.

Jenna McCormick

DOB: 17/9/94

Height: 170cm

Club:  Coorparoo (Qld)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 5

Originally from Mt Gambier, McCormick is a talented sportswomen who has been playing soccer in Iceland. Adelaide United’s Lady Reds Player of the Year in 2014, she is now with Canberra United in the W-League. Played a game for the Brisbane Lions women’s team this year.  

Deni Varnhagen


Height: 173cm

Club: Morphettville Park (SA)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 9

Captained a boys’ primary school football side before reluctantly switching to soccer. Since returning to football Varnhagen has developed into a regular State player.

Sally Riley


DOB; 14/6/90

Height: 172cm

Club: Tracey Village (NT)

Position: Utility

Guernsey No: 8

A teacher, Riley has played netball and football in Darwin. She starred for the NT v SA at Adelaide Oval this year.  

Georgia Bevan


DOB: 11/6/93

Height: 161cm

Club: Morphettville Park (SA)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 4

A former State softballer, Bevan has been a consistent performer at club and State level. Best on ground on Adelaide Oval earlier this season in an SA All Stars game.

Sarah Perkins


DOB: 26/7/93

Height: 173cm

Club: Eastern Devils (Vic)

Position: Full forward

Guernsey No: 28

Perkins, recruited as a free agent, was selected in the 2016 VWFL Team of the Year after she kicked 52 goals. Earlier this year the two-time Victorian Under-18 representative played for Melbourne in an AFL women’s exhibition game.

Talia Radan


DOB: 9/5/88

Height: 179cm

Club: Belconnen (ACT)

Position: Defender

Guernsey No: 6

Originally from Adelaide, Radan captained the NSW/ACT State side this year and also represented the GWS Giants in an exhibition game.

Rachael Killian


DOB: 15/7/94

Height: 174cm

Club: West Adelaide (SA)

Position: Forward

Guernsey No: 7

A former junior tennis star, Killian turned to football after a serious back injury and quickly developed into one of SA’s brightest prospects.

Rhiannon Metcalfe


DOB: 27/9/91

Height: 185cm

Club: Gungahlin Jets (ACT)

Position: Ruck

Guernsey No: 11

Has represented the Australian Defence Force women’s team and nominated to play for the Crows after being posted from the ACT to Adelaide.

Anne Hatchard


DOB: 7/3/98

Height: 175cm

Club: Morphettville Park (SA)

Position: Defender

Guernsey No: 33

Recently selected in the Youth Girls All Australian football side, Hatchard is also on the Adelaide Lightning roster for the WNBL.

Abbey Holmes


DOB: 7/1/91

Height: 170cm

Club: Waratah (NT)

Position: Forward

Guernsey No: 1

Originally from South Australia, Holmes has starred in the Darwin competition in recent years and also gone on show in charity games. First woman to kick more than 100 goals in a season.

Stevie-Lee Thompson


DOB: 23/3/92

Height: 169cm

Club: Wanderers (NT)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 14

From Brisbane, Thompson had a touch football background before trying football in Darwin last season, when she was an instant success. Represented the NT this year.

Jessica Sedunary


DOB: 11/11/91

Height: 168cm

Club: Morphettville Park (SA)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 17

The personal trainer is a strong midfielder who has been a strong performer with her Club and the State team.

Sarah Allan


DOB: 19/11/97

Height: 178cm

Club: Salisbury (SA)

Position: Key position

Guernsey No: 39

A two-time Youth Girls All Australian, Allan represented the SA senior team in 2016. From Millicent in the South East, she is the daughter of former Central District SANFL player Keith Allan.

Justine Mules


DOB: 15/12/94

Height: 162cm

Club: Morphettville Park (SA)

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 23

Was the rookie of the year in the SAWFL in 2014 and represented SA in games this year.


Dayna Cox


DOB: 12/8/93

Height: 163cm

Club: Morphettville Park

Position: Midfielder

Guernsey No: 31

Signed as a Free Agent, Cox is a senior premiership player at local level with Morphettville Park and has represented South Australia at senior level. Played primary school football alongside Crows draftee Deni Varnhagen.