VFW Player Reviews Numbers 16-20
16. Andrea Cameron
Games: 12 Goals: 3
Playing as a high half-forward or winger, Andrea ‘Andy’ Cameron played with both flair and toughness throughout the season. Graced with superb skills, which accompany her tough playing style, Andy’s cool head on and off the field was a welcome addition. One of her standout games this year came in round 11 against the Western Bulldogs, racking up 20 disposals and three tackles.
17. Sarah Chapman
Games: 13 Goals: 1
Our inaugural captain had a terrific season both on and off the field, setting the standard for her fellow teammates as well as the Seagulls brand. Commonly known around the club as ‘Chappy’, the strong inside midfielder has an incredible tackling prowess. That was evident in her round nine performance, tallying up a whopping 15 tackles, and across 13 games this year Chappy tallied up 73 tackles, averaging 5.6 a game.
18. Rachael Jackson
Games: 1 Goals: 0
Rachael Jackson brought an enthusiastic and fun attitude to Williamstown this year, providing plenty of hilarious moments around the club. The defender was limited in her chances of playing this season, with spots tough to come by in defence. Playing for her home club, Melton, Jackson dominated and won a call-up in our round 14 one-point win over Richmond.
19. Erin Meade
Games: 13 Goals: 0
Erin Meade was one of the shining lights this year in our inaugural women’s side, taking out the Judy Jeremiah award for most improved. Meade solidified her spot in defence at the beginning of the year, and alongside Jacinta Reid and Belinda Hateley, became a key component of the teams’ defence. Meade’s ability to play one on one and win the contest earned her a spot in the AFL Victoria Young Guns match at the end of the season. The 22-year-old’s finest game in the blue and gold came in the round 10 clash against Carlton, earning second best honours.
20. Sally Seabrook
Games: 13 Goals: 1
Using her towering height for advantage up forward or through the ruck, Seabrook had a great season in the blue and gold. Seabrook finished the best and fairest count in eighth spot, showcasing the superb season she had this year. Graced with a clean pair of hands and intelligence in the ruck contest, Seabrook partnered well with fellow tall-timber, Rachael Achampong. Seabrook’s stand-out game was the round 14 match against Richmond, finishing with 18 hit-outs and five tackles.