WHO WILL lead your AFLW club in season 2020?
This article will be continually updated with clubs' leadership groups as they are announced.
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With Brianna Davey moving to arch-rivals Collingwood, Carlton had to elect a new skipper.
And the Blues have chosen to go with two, with All Australian defender Kerryn Harrington and veteran midfielder Katie Loynes (vice-captain in 2019) set to take the reins.
Alison Downie, Nicola Stevens and Sarah Hosking - all fourth-year AFLW players - round out the leadership group.
Foundation skipper Steph Chiocci will again captain the side for a fourth season.
New recruit Brianna Davey and Ash Brazill will support Chiocci as vice-captains.
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With Amanda Farrugia announcing her shock retirement, former vice-captain Alicia Eva will take the reins.
The rest of the leadership group is set to be announced at a later date.
Premier midfielder Emma Kearney will lead the side once again.
Jasmine Garner has been promoted to vice-captain, having missed out on the leadership group entirely in the 2019 season.
"Jas Garner as vice-captain is a great move for us. She has a really gentle approach to players and works really hard on her game," Kearney said.
"She wasn’t in the leadership group last year and I think she’s really proud of the fact that she’s been chosen, and we’re proud of her as well."
Ruck Emma King and resolute defender Britt Gibson round out the leadership group for a second successive year.
Youngsters Ash Riddell and Tahlia Randall have been named as "emerging leaders".
Emma Swanson returned home from Greater Western Sydney after three injury-affected years and will be the club's first AFLW captain.
She will be supported by star midfielder Dana Hooker as vice-captain.
The three other members of the leadership group - Maddy Collier, Courtney Guard and Alicia Janz - have all been on AFLW lists before, adding experience to the inaugural side.