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AFLW: Tigers make big play to lure Katie Brennan

Richmond have launched an audacious bid to lure Western Bulldogs co-captain Katie Brennan to Punt Ro..

By Sunday Herald Team , in Sports , at April 3, 2019

Richmond have launched an audacious bid to lure Western Bulldogs co-captain Katie Brennan to Punt Road for the 2020 AFLW season.

The Tigers along with fellow expansion clubs St Kilda, West Coast and Gold Coast presented to the AFL on Wednesday with lists of their player targets ahead of their entry into the national womens competition next year.

Katie Brennan

Katie BrennanCredit:AAP

Along with outgoing Brisbane Lions tall Sabrina Frederick-Traub, its understood Richmond are making a major play to lure Brennan, who has been the face of the Dogs across the first three AFLW seasons.

Players targeted by the expansion clubs have the option of recommitting to their current clubs or joining one of the new sides when the AFLW sign and trade period opens on Monday. The four new AFLW clubs are able to sign up to 12 players during the period, which runs until Monday, April 15. The six existing Victorian clubs – Collingwood, Carlton, Melbourne, North Melbourne, the Bulldogs and Geelong – can lose a maximum of four players each, as can Adelaide and Greater Western Sydney. Fremantle and the Brisbane Lions meanwhile are allowed to loseRead More – Source

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AFLW: Tigers make big play to lure Katie Brennan

Richmond have launched an audacious bid to lure Western Bulldogs co-captain Katie Brennan to Punt Ro..

By Sunday Herald Team , in Sports , at April 3, 2019

Richmond have launched an audacious bid to lure Western Bulldogs co-captain Katie Brennan to Punt Road for the 2020 AFLW season.

The Tigers along with fellow expansion clubs St Kilda, West Coast and Gold Coast presented to the AFL on Wednesday with lists of their player targets ahead of their entry into the national womens competition next year.

Katie Brennan

Katie BrennanCredit:AAP

Along with outgoing Brisbane Lions tall Sabrina Frederick-Traub, its understood Richmond are making a major play to lure Brennan, who has been the face of the Dogs across the first three AFLW seasons.

Players targeted by the expansion clubs have the option of recommitting to their current clubs or joining one of the new sides when the AFLW sign and trade period opens on Monday. The four new AFLW clubs are able to sign up to 12 players during the period, which runs until Monday, April 15. The six existing Victorian clubs – Collingwood, Carlton, Melbourne, North Melbourne, the Bulldogs and Geelong – can lose a maximum of four players each, as can Adelaide and Greater Western Sydney. Fremantle and the Brisbane Lions meanwhile are allowed to loseRead More – Source

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