ADELAIDE'S dual premiership co-captain Chelsea Randall is contemplating a move home to play for new AFLW team West Coast.
womens.afl understands that despite interest from a number of clubs, Randall remains torn between staying with the Crows or heading home to join the Eagles in 2020.
On Monday, Randall was voted by her peers as the competition's most courageous player for a third consecutive year. A move to the Eagles would almost certainly come with the captaincy.
On Tuesday night, Randall was named vice-captain of the Virgin Australia AFLW All Australian team. She's been an All Australian at AFLW level for three straight years.
The 27-year-old previously wore Eagles colours in exhibition matches before the start of AFLW competition and also represented Western Australia at junior level.
She has worked full-time for the Crows' community programs team since 2017 and was previously employed in football development across various regions of Western Australia.
Still in the swing of celebrations after the Crows' premiership triumph over Carlton on Sunday, Randall is set to decide on her future in coming days before she departs for a holiday to Bali.