Who's hanging up the boots? Your club's retiring players

COLLINGWOOD ruck Eliza Hynes is the latest AFLW player to announce her retirement.

The 28 year-old former international volleyballer played 11 AFLW matches for Collingwood.

"I have absolutely loved pursuing my passion for sport," Hynes said.

"Competing and the satisfaction of achieving goals, even the discipline and sacrifices required to be as good as you can be, has been a wonderful experience.

"Collingwood gave me the opportunity to chase a new dream and I will be forever thankful to the club, my coaches, team-mates and the many other people who helped me to pull on the boots and the famous black and white striped jumper."

This article will be updated as players from all clubs announce their decision to hang up the boots.


Jess Foley (Adelaide)
Emma Grant (Collingwood)
Eliza Hynes (Collingwood)
Melissa Hickey (Geelong)
Laura Bailey (Richmond)
Lauren Tesoriero (Richmond)
Emma Mackie (St Kilda)
Nicole Callinan (Western Bulldogs)