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The most experienced among Adelaide’s 2019 draftees, Gum was named All-Australian and won the AFL Players Association’s MVP in her debut AFLW season with the GWS in 2018. The decorated midfielder capped off a successful year by winning a SANFLW premiership with South Adelaide in 2018. After her second season with the Giants in 2019, Gum retired from AFLW to move back to Adelaide, but decided to give the League another shot in 2020 after receiving a call from Crows coach Matthew Clarke.
Courtney Gum
The most experienced among Adelaide’s 2019 draftees, Gum was named All-Australian and won the AFL Players Association’s MVP in her debut AFLW season with the GWS in 2018. The decorated midfielder capped off a successful year by winning a SANFLW premiership with South Adelaide in 2018. After her second season with the Giants in 2019, Gum retired from AFLW to move back to Adelaide, but decided to give the League another shot in 2020 after receiving a call from Crows coach Matthew Clarke.
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