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Central Women’s Pocket Profile

SANFL’s ZAC MILBANK breaks down all you need to know about the Bulldogs heading into the 2021 Statewide Super Women’s League season.

2020 Snapshot

Finished – 8th

Record – 2 wins, 8 losses

Club Champion – Shelby Smith

Best Team Player – Ella Mickan

The Advertiser SANFLW Team of the Year – Katelyn Rosenzweig (full forward), Shelby Smith (interchange)

Central’s 2020 Club Champion – Shelby Smith. Picture – Hannah Howard

Player Movement

Coming
Nicole Mark (South Adelaide), Jess Schulz (Sturt), Brianna Burt (Sturt), Paige Allan (North Adelaide), Kasey Wendland, Jessica Wendland, Caitlin Wendland, Isabelle Starmer

Going
Kimberley Fry (Glenelg), Danielle Stewart, Abbey Scheer

2021 Statewide Super Women's League Matches

Round 1
Saturday February 27
v Eagles at X Convenience Oval at 11.55am

Round 2
Saturday March 6
v Sturt at Hisense Stadium at 10.10am

Round 3
Friday March 12
v South at Coopers Stadium at 6pm

Round 4
Friday March 19
v Eagles at Hisense Stadium at 6pm

Round 5
Saturday March 27
v West at X Convenience Oval at 11.55am

Round 6
Saturday April 3
v North at Adelaide Oval at 12.15pm

Round 7
Friday April 16
v Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium at 6.30pm

Round 8
Saturday April 24
v Sturt at Tanunda Oval at 7pm

Round 9
Saturday May 1
v West at Hisense Stadium at 4.40pm

Round 10
Friday May 7
v Norwood at Coopers Stadium at 6.30pm

Round 11
Saturday May 15
v Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium at 12.15pm

 

Star Signing

Central District’s strong signing period netted League regulars Jess Schulz and Paige Allan but perhaps the most impressive coup was landing the experienced Nicole Mark from South Adelaide. The 26 year-old has represented her State while also playing important roles for both the Panthers and Roosters in the Statewide Super League. Her guidance should be invaluable for the Bulldogs’ youngsters.

 

On the Rise - Powerade Breakthrough Player Candidate

Emerging midfielder Lauren Breguet has impressed the Bulldogs’ coaching staff after making her debut with eight matches last season. Still only 17, Breguet is described as fierce competitor who attacks the ball hard whilst boasting a positive mindset. She is also a member of the Statewide Super U19 Girls Squad.

Emerging Central midfielder Lauren Breguet in action last year.

Ones to Watch - Statewide Super SA U19 Squad Members

Lauren Breguet – As mentioned above, Breguet is showing plenty of promise as an attacking midfielder, set to expand on her impressive debut season.

Madison Lane – The small defender is a nice kick of the footy while reading the play well.

Latiah Huynh – The speed machine uses her pace effectively across half-forward or the wing while also being dangerous around goal.

Libby Fiebiger – A reliable on-baller, Fiebiger is making a name for herself with her strong work ethic.

Speedy half-forward Latiah Huynh is one to watch for the Bulldogs in 2021. Picture – Hannah Howard