Adelaide has welcomed delisted free agent Jasmyn Hewett back to the Club.

The 184cm key position/ruck started her AFLW career with the Crows where she was originally drafted at pick 16 in the 2017 National Draft.

Hewett played seven games for Adelaide and kicked two goals in 2018 before an ankle injury in a 2019 trial game saw her miss the entire season.

Hewett then moved to the Gold Coast Suns in 2020 as an AFLW expansion player but is happy to be returning to Adelaide.

“I’m very excited to be back in SA – knowing how amazing the Crows are and having already been in this environment, I know what to expect,” Hewett said.

“I love this group and can’t wait to be back in amongst it.

“My body is really good, I think this is the first time I can say that leading into a season.

“I’m hoping to continue to build on that and put my best foot forward coming into the pre-season.”

Crows Head of Women’s Football Phil Harper is pleased Hewett is returning to the Club.

“Jasmyn is an outstanding athlete with a tremendous amount of upside,” Harper said.

“She has been the standout performer in the NTFLW this year, winning the Gwynne Medal for MVP and Williams Medal for best on ground performance in her team’s NTFLW Grand Final triumph.”

AFLW pre-season starts on September 1.