Club: St Kilda
Coach: Peta Searle
2020 captains: Cat Phillips, Kate Shierlaw and Rhiannon Watt
2020 best and fairest: Georgia Patrikios, Caitlin Greiser, Olivia Vesely and Rosie Dillon (four-way tie)
Young guns ??— St Kilda FCW (@stkildafcw) September 1, 2020
A stellar debut year for Georgia Patrikios, Caitlin Greiser, Olivia Vesely and Rosie Dillon, with the four sharing our inaugural Best and Fairest award. pic.twitter.com/gT4vZKaLXM
2020 in a nutshell: The Saints produced a season to build foundations on in their inaugural AFLW campaign. The four joint winners of the best and fairest were all first-year AFLW players, including key forward Caitlin Greiser who kicked the Saints to their maiden win over Melbourne in round three. While they finished with a 2-4 ledger, the Saints were competitive in most games including a thrilling one-point loss to the unbeaten Fremantle.
New players: Bianca Jakobsson (Melbourne), Jayde Van Dyk (Carlton), Alice Burke, Renee Saulitis, Tyanna Smith, Jacqueline Vogt (draft), Tahlia Meyer (undrafted free agent), Jess Matin (injury replacement)
YOUR CLUB'S DRAFT All you need to know about the 57 new faces
Notable departures: Emma Mackie, Courteney Munn (both retired), Jess Sedunary (Adelaide), Alison Drennan (Gold Coast), Sammie Johnson, Melissa Kuys, Kelly O'Neill (all delisted)
Inactive players: Clara Fitzpatrick (unable to secure residency in Australia)
2021 opponents: Western Bulldogs (h), North Melbourne (a), Melbourne (a), Gold Coast (h), West Coast (a), Collingwood (h), Geelong (h), GWS Giants (a), Richmond (a)
2021 FIXTURE Blues, Magpies return to kick off new-look season
Circle it: The round three clash with Melbourne will pit Saints recruit Bianca Jakobsson against her former side for the first time.
Player to watch: Cult hero Caitlin Greiser, known as the 'G-Train', bagged 10 goals from six games in her debut AFLW season. She is eyeing more improvement again this year with a strong fitness base.
Best Rising Star chance: Tyanna Smith
2021 prediction: The Saints have seen a sizeable turnover of players ahead of this season, but it shouldn't stop them contending for finals. The youngsters who showed so much promise in their debut season now have awareness of what's required at the level and the addition of young draftee Tyanna Smith and tall Bianca Jakobsson with strengthen their case. Three games in Victoria to start the season will provide a clear picture on where the Saints sit in the pecking order of the competition.