A numbers game: Your club's jumper owners for season 2020

A NEW AFLW season means a new set of players and jumper numbers to get your head around.

This article will be continually updated with clubs' new jumper numbers as they are announced. 

ADELAIDE

Returning forward Ruth Wallace – who took a year off footy for personal reasons – will wear No.18, a jumper worn by a number of Indigenous male players at the club such as Eddie Betts and Graham Johncock.

Veteran draftee Courtney Gum will don the No.5 in her comeback from a brief retirement.

Players in bold are new or have changed numbers

1. Caitlin Gould, 2. Eloise Jones, 3. Angela Foley, 4. Chloe Scheer, 5. Courtney Gum, 6. Hannah Button (nee Martin, inactive for the season), 7. Nikki Gore, 8. Najwa Allen, 9. Deni Varnhagen, 10. Ebony Marinoff, 11. Rhiannon Metcalfe, 12. Chelsea Biddell, 12. Maisie Nankivell (inactive for the season), 13. Erin Phillips, 14. Stevie-Lee Thompson, 15. Danielle Ponter, 16. Ailish Considine, 17. Madison Newman, 18. Ruth Wallace (formerly 15), 19. Sophie Li, 20. Nicole Campbell, 21. Montana McKinnon, 22. Courtney Cramey, 23. Justine Mules, 24. Jessica Foley, 26. Chelsea Randall, 27. Renee Forth, 28. Jaimi Tabb, 31. Dayna Cox, 32. Marijana Rajcic, 33. Anne Hatchard, 39. Sarah Allan 

Ruth Wallace has taken the No.18 jumper. Picture: AFL Photos

BRISBANE

Selina Priest (nee Goodman) is back on Brisbane's list for the first time since the 2017 Grand Final and has reclaimed her No.19 jumper. 

Young forward Jade Ellenger, who had a sparky debut season after coming into the side late, has moved from No.29 to her basketball No.5, vacated by former vice-captain Sam Virgo. 

Players in bold are new or have changed numbers

1. Emily Bates, 2. Jordan Zanchetta (formerly 7), 3. Breanna Koenen, 4. Sharni Webb, 5. Jade Ellenger (formerly 29), 6. Lily Postlethwaite, 7. Gabby Collingwood (formerly 28), 8. Emma Zielke, 9. Orla O'Dwyer, 10. Natalie Grider (formerly 17), 11. Rheanne Lugg, 12. Sophie Conway, 13. Kate Lutkins, 14. Dakota Davidson, 15. Greta Bodey, 16. Lauren Arnell, 17. Isabelle Dawes, 18. Ally Anderson, 19. Selina Priest, 20. Shannon Campbell, 21. Arianna Clarke, 22. Brianna McFarlane, 23. Jessica Wuetschner, 24. Tahlia Hickie, 25. Catherine Svarc, 26. Lucy Bellinger, 27. Jessy Keeffe, 28. Maria Moloney, 29. Hannah Hillman, 30. Jesse Wardlaw. 

The Lions are ready for season 2020. Picture: AFL Photos

CARLTON

Consistency is key at Carlton, who haven't made any jumper number changes during the off-season.

Grace Egan takes on former skipper Bri Davey's No.1, while the Blues' first selection in the draft, Lucy McEvoy, will wear No.13.

Players in bold are new or have changed numbers 

1. Grace Egan, 2. Katie Loynes, 3. Darcy Vescio, 4. Madison Prespakis, 5. Abbie McKay, 6. Gab Pound, 7. Tayla Harris, 8. Vaomua Laloifi, 9. Kerryn Harrington, 10. Sarah Hosking, 11. Jess Hosking, 12. Lauren Brazzale, 13. Lucy McEvoy, 14. Brooke Walker, 15. Chloe Dalton, 16. Breann Moody, 18. Katie Harrison, 19. Georgia Gee, 20. Charlotte Wilson, 21. Nicola Stevens, 22. Courtney Jones, 23. Sharni Whiting, 25. Jess Edwards, 26. Joanne Doonan, 27. Emerson Woods, 30. Alison Downie, 31. Brooke Vernon, 32. Nat Plane, 33. Serena Gibbs, 36. Jayde Van Dyk

Lucy McEvoy (left) will wear No.13 and Grace Egan takes the vacant No.1 guernsey. Picture: AFL Photos

COLLINGWOOD

Star recruit Brianna Davey made the No.1 her own at Carlton but will wear No.3 at Collingwood.

There's only one jumper number change at the Pies, with re-drafted forward Jordan Membrey jumping up from No.31 to No.21. 

Players in bold are new or have changed numbers 

1. Sharni Layton, 2. Chloe Molloy, 3. Brianna Davey, 4. Sarah D’Arcy, Emma Grant, 6. Jordyn Allen, 7. Sarah Rowe, 8. Brittany Bonnici, 9. Alana Porter, 10. Ashleigh Brazill, 11. Eliza Hynes, 12. Stacey Livingstone, 13. Jaimee Lambert, 14. Aishling Sheridan, 15. Erica Fowler, 16. Katie Lynch, 17. Stephanie Chiocci, 18. Ruby Schleicher, 20. Kalia Bentvelzen, 21. Jordan Membrey (formerly 31), 22. Sophie Casey, 23. Lauren Butler, 24. Sophie Alexander, 25. Mikala Cann, 32. Georgia Gourlay, 33. Machaelia Roberts, 35. Maddie Shevlin, 41. Kristy Stratton, 46. Sarah Dargan, 50. Ebony O’Dea

New Magpie Brianna Davey has already tried out her new No.3 in the VFLW. Picture: AFL Photos

GOLD COAST

Gold Coast has confirmed its jumper numbers for its inaugural season in 2020.

Established AFLW players Leah Kaslar, Jamie Stanton and Sally Riley will don familiar digits, retaining the playing numbers 11, 17 and 8 they have worn respectively in their careers to date.

1. Paige Parker, 2. Lauren Bella, 3. Tori Groves-Little, 4. Jordann Hickey, 5. Jacqui Yorston, 6. Charlotte Hammans, 7. Lauren Ahrens, 8. Sally Riley, 9. Emma Pittman, 10. Maddy Roberts, 11. Leah Kaslar, 12. Molly Ritson, 13. Taylor Smith, 14. Serene Watson, 15. Tayla Thorn, 16. Britt Perry, 17. Jamie Stanton, 18. Kitara Whap-Farrar, 19. Tiarna Ernst, 20. Jasmyn Hewett, 21. Ellie Hampson, 22. Sam Virgo, 23. Kalinda Howarth, 24. Hannah Dunn, 25. Dee Heslop, 26. Kate Surman, 29. Cheyenne Hammond, 30. Lexi Hamilton, 42. Jade Pregelj, 47. Georgia Breward

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY

Amanda Farrugia's No.18 will remain vacant after her retirement on the eve of the season.

Despite having previously played at the club, Britt Tully (No.36, pictured below) will don a new number, while the re-drafted Bec Privitelli - who last lined up in 2018 - reclaims her No.19.

Jess Allan (No.39) will wear the same number as her sister Sarah, who plays for Adelaide.

Players in bold are new or have changed numbers 

1. Emily Goodsir, 2. Alicia Eva, 3. Alyce Parker, 4. Maggie Gorham, 5. Jodie Hicks, 6. Rebecca Beeson, 7. Jess Dal Pos, 8. Nicola Barr, 9. Tanya Hetherington, 10. Ellie Brush, 11. Aimee Schmidt, 12. Louise Stephenson, 13. Cora Staunton, 14. Annalyse Lister, 15. Lisa Whiteley, 16. Taylah Davies, 17. Georgia Garnett, 19. Rebecca Privitelli, 20. Lisa Steane, 21. Pepa Randall, 22. Elle Bennetts, 23. Erin McKinnon, 24. Haneen Zreika, 25. Ingrid Nielsen, 27. Yvonne Bonner, 30. Sarah Halvorsen, 32. Tait Mackrill, 34. Jacinda Barclay, 36. Britt Tully (formerly 16), 39. Jess Allan.

MELBOURNE

Big-name recruit Libby Birch will swap her Western Bulldogs No.18 for No.9 at new home Melbourne.

No existing players have changed numbers, with returning superstar midfielder Daisy Pearce once again wearing the No.6 in her return from having twins

Players in bold are new or have changed numbers

1. Tegan Cunningham, 2. Meg Downie, 3. Maddison Gay, 4. Karen Paxman, 5. Elise O'Dea, 6. Daisy Pearce, 7. Bianca Jakobsson, 8. Sarah Lampard, 9. Libby Birch, 10. Kate Hore, 11. Chantel Emonson, 12. Shelley Scott, 13. Katherine Smith, 14. Lily Mithen, 15. Lauren Pearce, 16. Aliesha Newman, 17. Niamh McEvoy, 18. Casey Sherriff, 19. Jacqueline Parry, 20. Brenna Tarrant, 21. Harriet Cordner, 22. Madeleine Guerin, 23. Sinead Goldrick, 26. Shae Sloane, 28. Tyla Hanks, 29. Eden Zanker, 30. Shelley Heath, 31. Krstel Petrevski, 32. Gabby Colvin, 36. Ainslie Kemp

NORTH MELBOURNE

The Roos have stuck with what's worked in the past, with no players changing numbers. 

Star draftee midfielder Mia King has taken on Moana Hope's No.23, while Irish rookies Aileen Gilroy and Mairead Seoighe will wear the No.8 and No.13 respectively. 

Players in bold are new or have changed numbers 

1. Sophie Abbatangelo, 2. Daria Bannister, 3. Taylor Mesiti, 4. Elisha King, 5. Kate Gillespie-Jones, 6. Emma Humphries, 7. Ashleigh Riddell, 8. Aileen Gilroy, 9. Emma Kearney, 10. Kaitlyn Ashmore, 11. Daisy Bateman, 12. Nicole Bresnehan, 13. Mairead Seoighe, 16. Tahlia Randall, 17. Sarah Wright, 18. Brittany Gibson, 19. Jasmine Grierson, 20. Bethany Lynch, 21. Jessica Trend, 22. Ellie Gavalas, 23. Mia King, 24. Tahni Nestor, 25. Jasmine Grierson, 26. Abbey Green, 27. Jessica Duffin, 28. Libby Haines, 29. Chloe Haines, 31. Danielle Hardiman, 35. Jenna Bruton, 60. Emma King

New Roo Mia King has taken Moana Hope's No.23. Picture: AFL Photos

RICHMOND

Former Western Bulldogs pair Katie Brennan and Monique Conti will retain their original AFLW numbers, as will Sabrina Frederick and ex-Collingwood pair Christina Bernardi and Lauren Tesoriero.

1. Sophie Molan, 2. Phoebe Monahan, 3. Katie Brennan, 4. Monique Conti, 5. Maddy Brancatisano, 6. Christina Bernardi, 7. Lauren Tesoriero, 8. Courtney Wakefield, 9. Hannah Burchell, 10. Kodi Jacques, 11. Alice Edmonds, 12. Laura Bailey, 13. Alana Woodward, 14. Sabrina Frederick, 15. Rebecca Miller, 16. Laura McClelland, 17. Ella Wood, 18. Sarah Sansonetti, 19. Kate Dempsey, 20. Holly Whitford, 21. Iilish Ross, 22. Nekaela Butler, 23. Emma Horne, 24. Tayla Stahl, 25. Cleo Saxon-Jones, 26. Ciara Fitzgerald, 27. Emily Harley, 28. Gabby Seymour, 34. Akec Makur Chuot, 43. Grace Campbell

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A handful of players – including Alison Drennan, Kate McCarthy, Courteney Munn, Nat Exon, Tilly Lucas-Rodd and Cat Phillips – will run out in a familiar jumper, holding onto their numbers from their previous clubs.

1. Molly McDonald, 2. Alison Brown, 3. Emma Mackie, 4. Claudia Whitfort, 5. Darcy Guttridge, 6. Samantha Johnson, 7. Rhiannon Watt, 8. Alison Drennan, 9. Kate McCarthy, 10. Jessica Sedunary, 11. Isabella Shannon, 12. Kate Shierlaw, 13. Courteney Munn, 14. Hannah Priest, 15. Nat Exon, 16. Poppy Kelly, 17. Caitlin Greiser, 18. Tilly Lucas-Rodd, 19. Melissa Kuys, 20. Kelly O’Neill, 21. Georgia Patrikios, 22. Tamara Luke, 23. Olivia Vesely, 24. Clara Fitzpatrick, 25. Rosie Dillon, 26. Selena Karlson, 27. Nicola Xenos, 28. Nadia von Bertouch, 29. Tarni White, 35. Catherine Phillips

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