Who is your all-time favourite footballer or athlete?
All-time favourite athlete would be Cathy Freeman. I think she really set a precedent for women in sport and what's to come in the future.
Who is the worst teammate on social media?
Shelley Scott is pretty poor at managing her socials, doesn't really know how to work (Facebook) Messenger.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a zookeeper at one stage, and a pilot after that. Lately I've been thinking about midwifery, but I'm not actually doing a course for it at the moment.
Who is your toughest opponent?
In terms of trying to keep up with them on the field, Kate McCarthy from the Saints. She's pretty speedy.
Which Olympic sport would you love to compete in?
This is an easy one. I'd love to do synchronised swimming. It's a beautiful sport, elegant and stunning. I hate swimming, but I think that'd be cool.
Which teammate is most likely to go on and coach?
Daisy Pearce, definitely and deservingly.
The next generation of coaching talents. 🙌— Melbourne AFLW (@MelbourneAFLW) October 27, 2021
AFLW captain Daisy Pearce will take part in the 2022 BHP Women’s Coaching Academy.👇
Do you have any pre-game rituals or superstitions?
I'm not really like that. I like to be surrounded by the girls constantly, I don't like being by myself. Just vibe off everyone's energy. And then a few nervous trips to the toilet.
What was the first concert you attended?
Taylor Swift in Melbourne. I couldn't tell you what stadium, but it was definitely somewhere in the city.
What is the non-football accomplishment of which you're most proud?
How I did in year 12 (in 2020), just given COVID, balancing getting drafted and still maintaining all my friendships. Finding a good balance between study, family and sport. I'm doing exercise and sports science at Deakin at the moment.
Would you prefer to take Mark or Goal of the Year?
Goal of the Year, just because I'm so unco at kicking goals, so that'd be pretty cool.