TWO MORE father-daughter signings have officially joined the AFLW ranks, with Isabella Grant (pictured above, right) and Millie Brown (left) being drafted by the Western Bulldogs and Geelong respectively.
Other clubs have had the past week to submit bids on the pair, with the Dogs and Cats then given an opportunity to match the highest offer with their next available draft pick.
The picks which ended up being used will not be revealed until the NAB AFLW Draft on October 22.
Grant is the daughter of Bulldogs legend and current club director of football Chris Grant, who played 341 games in the red, white and blue between 1990 and 2007.
The Western Jets and Vic Metro product is a versatile player who has most recently found her home in the forward line, but is equally adept further up the ground.
Brown's father Paul played 84 games for the Cats from 1990 to 1998.
She is a strong full-back who this year captained the Murray Bushrangers in the NAB League, and has represented Vic Country for four straight years.
Brown has also played three games for Geelong's VFLW side in the second half of this year.
Carlton's Abbie McKay (daughter of Andrew) made history last year when she was drafted as the AFLW's first ever father-daughter selection.
The updated AFLW draft order is due to be released early next week, as clubs have until Friday to inform the AFL of any players who will be placed on the inactive/unavailable list.