MELBOURNE is set to add three new faces to its list on Tuesday night, as it hits the 2021 NAB AFL Women’s Draft.
Entering with picks No.41, 42 and 45 to their name, the Demons will be hoping to secure some young talent that will complement their side.
While there will be some nervous draft hopefuls, one girl who can sleep a bit easier is father-daughter selection, Georgia Campbell, who will be taken with one of Melbourne's picks.
This week’s event will be the sixth draft in the league’s history and the Dees have had some great success to date.
Revisit some of the club’s best picks across the years and learn the players’ stories below.
Pick No.25 – Lauren Pearce
Pick No.41 – Shelley Scott - Reception interrupts Scott's big moment
Pick No.73 – Lily Mithen
Pick No.134 – Sarah Lampard
Pick No.6 – Eden Zanker
Pick No.6 – Tyla Hanks
Pick No.44 – Shelley Heath - Heath's draft shock
Pick No.54 – Jackie Parry
Pick No.72 – Brenna Tarrant
Librarian: "I thought there was a snake or something..."— AFL Women's (@aflwomens) October 22, 2019
Friend: "No, she just got drafted into the AFLW!"
Studying at the library for her Year 12 HSC exams, @MelbourneAFLW's Pick #72, Brenna Tarrant from Western Sydney realised her long-held dreams this afternoon ??#AFLWDraft pic.twitter.com/g4dA4IyIUZ
Pick No.77 – Gabby Colvin - Colvin’s fast start at Melbourne
Pick No.78 – Krstel Petrevski - From boarding schools to Semi Final debut
Pick No.5 – Alyssa Bannan - Celebrations on hold for Bannan, with exams on the way
Pick No.15 – Eliza McNamara
Pick No.17 – Maggie Caris - An elite combo for Caris
Pick No.35 – Megan Fitzsimon
Pick No.48 – Issy Simmons