TWO SHARKS HIT THE HUNDRED

The East Fremantle Women’s Football Club will be more determined than ever to get a win over Swan Districts, as they celebrate the 100th games of Jacqui Edwards and Steph Wills.

This is a massive achievement and the girls will be out in full force at ATOM Stadium to support their teammates’ milestone.

The Sharks will also celebrate the milestone of Nicole “Skip” Bosotin who played her 50th game last Saturday night against the Titans.  

The Sharks are hoping for a win after a disappointing loss to the Costal Titians last week.

In the previous league matches, the Swans have recorded the wins to cement their number two spot on the ladder, while the Sharks follow closely behind in third position.

During their first encounter with the Swans in 2016, the Reserves were able to get an impressive win on the board. The Sharks are currently sitting two spots above them on the ladder in fourth position.

Steph Wills’ is currently the vice-captain of the League team and her commitment to the Sharks doesnt end on the field, as she’s also part of the committee.

Despite having time off for her pregnancy with now two year-old daughter Taylah, Jacqui has reached the impressive milestone having played with the Sharks for the last 6 seasons.

Get to know the girls

Name: Steph “Willsy” Wills

Age: 27

Jumper Number: 17

Preferred Position: Half forward

First year: played 2010

Why I started playing footy: I’ve always had a passion for AFL

What I love about the Sharks: It’s like a big family! They always have your back

My most memorable sporting moment:  2010 Grand Final Win (for my Vic team)

Footy idol: Scott Pendlebury

Most exciting Women’s AFL player to watch: Brianna Green (tough as)

 Name: Jacquie Edwards aka Squidneck

Age: 31

Jumper Number: 77

Preferred Position: Full Forward

First year: 2007

Why I started playing footy: My mate told me the local footy club had a women’s team. I went and watched the first game of the season and loved it, was so keen to join and still love it.

My most memorable sporting moment: It hasn’t happened yet but my most memorable will be running out with the sharks on my 100th game with my daughter

Footy idol: Brendan Fevola

AFL team: Carlton

Most exciting Women’s AFL player to watch: I think Stef Italiano is going places. She’s a ninja assassin. Always makes an impact and gives it her all. Also pulls off some specky moves!

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