Amelia Mullane

Career : AFLW 2018 - AFLW 2019 .
Debut : Round 1 2019 vs Nth Melbourne
Carlton Player No. 44
Games : 23 (14 at Collingwood)
Goals : 3 (3 at Collingwood)
Last Game : Grand Final v Adelaide Crows
Guernsey No.: 8
Height : 167 cm (5' 6")
DOB : 17 April, 1993

Carlton secured Amelia Mullane (nee Barden) and pick No.14 in a three-way trade with the Collingwood and Melbourne. Maddison Gay will depart Ikon Park after one season, with the 21-year-old heading to Melbourne ahead of the third AFLW season. The Blues secured pick Nos. 14 and 21 (from the Victorian draft) from Melbourne for the midfielder, and then on-traded pick No.21 to Collingwood to secure the services of Mullane (nee Barden). The 25-year-old is a strong-bodied inside midfielder, who led VFLW club Diamond Creek in defensive acts in 2016. One of Collingwood’s best players in 2017, Head of Football Andrew McKay said she would be a welcome addition to the Blues’ line-up. “We are pleased to have strengthened our list with the recruitment of Amelia, who had a really strong season with the Pies this year. She will add to our midfield brigade with her aggressive running and tackling and ability to cover the ground,” McKay said. Carlton Media.

She made the move from Collingwood, citing new coach Daniel Harford as one of the main reasons for her switch. Strong-bodied inside midfielder with sure hands to feed the ball out of packs. Has good endurance and can be relied upon to make an impact late. Handy around goal.

Mullane was Pick No. 59 in the 2016 AFLW Draft, she was recruited from Diamond Creek.

After playing all nine matches in the 2019 season, including in the grand final, Mullane announced that she is retiring from football.

Apart from her sports career, Mullane works as a full-time nurse at an orthopaedic ward and at an IVF clinic.

Note: Amelia Barden as Millie married after the 2018 AFLW Season and Barden is her maiden name. She played as Millie Mullane for Carlton in the 2019 season before retiring.

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