Chloe Dalton OAM – AFLW Athlete

Chloe Elysha Dalton OAM is an Australian professional Australian rules football, rugby union player and basketballer. She represented Australia in rugby sevens and won a gold medal as a member of Australia’s women’s sevens team at the 2016 Summer Olympics. The 29-year-old grew up in Sydney playing 16 games for Carlton across 2019 and 2020. She was runner-up in Carlton’s best and fairest in 2020 before sitting out season 2021 to focus on the Tokyo Olympics. Dalton returned to Sydney in 2021, joining the GIANTS for season six of AFLW. She is also known for off-field work in the sporting landscape, starting the Female Athlete Project.


Allana Furguson – Duel Code Superstar

Represented Australia in Rugby Sevens in 2013, then consecutive knee injuries forced Allana on the sidelines for several years before making the switch back to rugby league. Allana played her first women’s rugby league game in 2015 and starred for New South Wales against Queensland. This saw her elevated into the Australia Jillaroos squad the following year. In 2016, she made her debut for Australia, later that year she starred for New South Wales in their first victory over Queensland in eighteen years.

Ali Brigginshaw – NRL and Origin Superstar

Ali Brigginshaw is an Australian rugby league player who played for the Brisbane Broncos in the NRLW. She captained the Broncos to victory in the inaugural NRLW Grand Final in 2018 and was named the player of the match in the 2019 NRLW Grand Final. In 2020, she was named the Dally M Female Player of the Year and was also the captain of the Jillaroos. Ali is an inspiration to female rugby league players everywhere.

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