The Glenelg Football Club is pleased to announce Narelle Smith as Coach of the inaugural Glenelg SANFL Women's team.
Narelle comes with extensive experience in the Women’s game and is an accredited Level 2 Coach who has been the Head Coach of the SA Senior Women’s Team since 2013. Narelle experienced Premiership success as coach of Morphettville Park in the SAWFL Competition on two occasions and has been involved as the backline coach for the Melbourne Football Club Women’s Team in the annual game against the Western Bulldogs. Narelle is currently our reserves assistant coach, a role she began in 2016.
Training for our Statewide Super Women’s team has begun at Westminster College on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5.30pm.
The Glenelg Football Club is delighted to be involved and believe that such a competition will assist in a pathway for women to play AFL.
The season will consist of six minor round matches, with all games to be played as double-headers at either Coopers Stadium or City Mazda Stadium.
A highlight will be the round four double-header to be held at The Parade as a curtain-raiser to Adelaide’s AFL Women’s clash with Brisbane.
SANFL CEO Jake Parkinson said it was a great opportunity for the inaugural players and clubs to make their mark on the competition.
The season will culminate in a twilight grand final on Saturday 1st April at Peter Motley Oval, between the top two teams on the ladder.
Entry to all Women’s League matches will be free, with plenty of family friendly activities.
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