AFLW Indigenous Round continues this weekend in Western Australia, with the prospect of five consecutive wins on the horizon as St Kilda meets with Walyalup on Whadjuk Country.
Round 8 | AFLW Indigenous Round
Walyalup v St Kilda
Sunday 22 October
12:05pm AWST. (3:05pm AEST), Walyalup Oval
Broadcast live on Channel 7, Fox Footy, Kayo and the AFL and AFLW Official Live Apps
10.50am: Gates Open
11.20am-11.40am: Team warm-up
12:00pm: Welcome to Country by Dr Richard Walley OAM
12.05pm: Game begins
Grab your tickets ahead of time so you don't miss out on any of Sunday's action!
Kids under 18 can redeem a FREE ticket to the game. You must enter and exit Walyalup Oval via Gate 1. Plan to arrive early at games where possible, to avoid crowds at entry points close to match start times.
Tickets can be purchased at the game on Sunday, however, fans are encouraged to buy tickets before arriving at Walyalup Oval from Ticketmaster.
Tickets to our remaining games of the season can be viewed in our AFLW Ticketing Hub.
Please note that public parking in the area is extremely limited. Both Parry Street Car Park and Cappuccino Strip Car Park will be unavailable.
In continuaton of the Indigenous Round celebrations, St Kilda will wear its AFLW Indigenous Guernsey against Walyalup.
Created in commemoration of the club’s Ganbu marnang n’uther boolong – the Boonwurrung translation of '150th year' – and those who have contributed to its story, the guernsey represents the yawa, or journey, of the club and its First Nations players and their families.
Designed by Indigenous artist Jade Kennedy of the Noongar Nation (Wadjak, Willman, Kaartdijin & Bibulman), the AFLW-specific guernsey is a clash variant of the jumper first worn by St Kilda’s AFL side as part of this year’s Sir Doug Nicholls Round and NAIDOC Week celebrations.
The red, white and black made it a club-best four consecutive wins after accounting for a plucky GWS outfit at RSEA Park for the opening week of AFLW Indigenous Round.
Tyanna Smith was unanimously judged best afield for her powerful on-ball display, Nat Exon snared two classy majors while Jesse Wardlaw again had a big say on the contest in her split forward/ruck role.
ST KILDA 2.3 4.6 6.6 7.6 (48)
GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY 1.0 2.1 3.3 5.5 (35)
St Kilda: Wardlaw 2, Richards 2, Exon 2, Smith
Greater Western Sydney: Goldsworthy 2, Doyle, Garnett, Parker
St Kilda: Wardlaw, Smith, Patrikios, Richards, Vesely
Greater Western Sydney: Goldsworthy, Parker, Eva, Beeson, Evans
St Kilda: Nicola Xenos (ankle)
Greater Western Sydney: Alyce Parker (ankle)
Crowd: 1,402 at RSEA Park, Moorabbin
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