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Credit to the Girls - an AFLW podcast
Nat Edwards, Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin interview the biggest names across the AFLW landscape and discuss all the latest news in the official AFLW podcast.
Mar 10, 2020
Head of Women's Football Nicole Livingstone on the 2020 standard and expansion + R5 wrap and R6 preview
Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin are joined by AFL Head of Women's Football Nicole Livingstone to discuss the season so far, how the expansion clubs are tracking, and the teams that are banging down her door to get an AFLW license. Sarah and Lucy also take a look back at the good, bad, ugly and unique from round five and preview the upcoming round six matches.
Mar 4, 2020
Fremantle's Ange Stannett on the transition from soccer to footy and playing with Sam Kerr + R4 wrap and R5 preview
Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin are joined by St Kilda defender Ange Stannett to discuss the Dockers' thrilling win over St Kilda, the fun vibe at the club, and her move from W-League soccer to the AFLW. They also take a look back at the good, bad, ugly and unique from round four and preview the upcoming round five matches.
Feb 25, 2020
St Kilda's Georgia Patrikios on her path into the AFLW and playing with the G-Train + R3 wrap and R4 preview
Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin are joined by rising star Georgia Patrikios to discuss the Saints' first AFLW win, playing at Moorabin and her pathway into the league. They also take a look back at the good, bad, ugly and unique from round three and preview the upcoming round four matches.
Feb 19, 2020
Melbourne midfielder Lily Mithen on the rehab process at an AFLW club and the Dees' hot start + R2 wrap and pride round preview
Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin are joined by Demons mid Lily Mithen to discuss Melbourne's impressive start to the season, how her ankle injury is progressing and gain a unique insight into the rehab process at an AFLW club. They also take a look back at the good, bad, ugly and unique from round two and preview the upcoming round three matches.
Feb 11, 2020
Brisbane young gun Sophie Conway on her comeback and why she stayed loyal to the Lions + R1 wrap and R2 preview
We're back for 2020! Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin are joined by Brisbane Lions forward Sophie Conway to discuss her return to football from an ACL injury, her transition from hockey to Aussie Rules and much more. They also take a look back at the good, bad, ugly and unique from round one and preview the upcoming round two matches.
Oct 31, 2019
Richmond's surprise draft pick + all things AFLW fixture
Sarah and Lucy are joined by Richmond AFLW coach Tom Hunter to discuss the Tigers' list build and pre-season plans, plus the key takeouts from the 2020 fixture release.
Jul 23, 2019
Building an AFLW list + how to spot the future stars at under-18 level
Sarah, Lucy and Nat are joined by North Melbourne list manager Rhys Harwood to discuss the Under-18 Championships, the challenges of building a list from scratch and the future structure of the AFLW competition.
May 7, 2019
Trade period: Top five moves, winners and losers + don't question player loyalty
Sarah and Lucy wrap up a busy AFLW trade period, nominating their five most significant moves and discussing the biggest winners and losers. Plus, they give their thoughts on why people shouldn't be questioning the loyalty of players who change clubs.
Apr 2, 2019
Erin Phillips on a bittersweet Grand Final day + her playing future
Nat and Lucy are joined by Adelaide captain and two-time AFL Women's best and fairest Erin Phillips to discuss the Crows' Grand Final win, her playing future after a devastating knee injury, coaching in the WNBA & much more.
Mar 27, 2019
Grand Final time! How the Blues can stop Erin Phillips
In a bumper Grand Final edition of Credit to the Girls, Carlton coach Daniel Harford joins the show to discuss how his players are dealing with the nerves, how they can stop Erin Phillips, and why he's such a big fan of wearing shorts. Plus, Nat, Lucy and Sarah preview the big game, touching on key matchups and things to watch.
Mar 20, 2019
The abuse of Tayla Harris? We've seen this somewhere before
AFLW leading goalkicker Stevie-Lee Thompson joins the show to discuss the Crows' up-coming Preliminary Final, Erin Phillips, her move up forward and her thoughts on the Tayla Harris social media furore. Plus, Nat, Sarah and Lucy preview both of this weekend's games and discuss where the conference system failed.
Mar 12, 2019
Meg McDonald - Why the Cats can make a finals impact
Geelong defender Meg McDonald joins the podcast to discuss her multitude of injury issues, her role in the backline, and the Cats' big game against GWS. Plus Nat, Sarah and Lucy run through all of the finals possibilities, share their rising star picks and preview a huge round seven.
Mar 5, 2019
Jess Duffin - Lessons learnt from the Roos' first loss
North Melbourne's star defender Jess Duffin joins the podcast to discuss her club's first loss of the season, how she juggles playing two elite sports, and how all the travel has helped North band together. Plus, Nat, Sarah and Lucy discuss what's gone wrong at GWS, who's leading each club's B&F, and preview all of the round six games.
Feb 27, 2019
Emma Zielke - How the Lions got their roar back
Brisbane's Emma Zielke joins the show to discuss how the Lions turned things around against the Bulldogs, the development of the club's youngsters, and her new role in opposition analysis. Plus: Nat, Sarah and Lucy recap the good, bad, ugly and unique from round four, then preview all of the round five action.
Feb 20, 2019
Emma Grant - Has the AFLW expansion unfairly hurt existing clubs?
Collingwood vice-captain Emma Grant joins the show to talk expansion, and the Pies' rough start to the season. Plus: Nat, Sarah and Lucy discuss the re-emergence of Adelaide, Brisbane's big drop-off and why the tribunal overruled a key Dee's two-game ban
Feb 12, 2019
Conference system question marks, ACL injuries with Brooke Patterson + has the Tribunal gone too far?
Nat, Sarah and Lucy discuss the fallout from round two of the AFLW season, including why the tribunal's suspension of Nicola Barr may have been too harsh and whether the conference system is working. Plus, the girls are joined by Melbourne defender and physiotherapist Brooke Patterson to discuss ACL injuries.
Feb 7, 2019
The good, the bad and the ugly from round one, which team has set the bar + Freo star Ebony Antonio
Nat, Sarah and Lucy share their first impressions after round one of the AFLW season, including their thoughts on the team that looks so good it's 'terrifying!' Plus, Dockers star Ebony Antonio joins the show after Fremantle's gutsy round one win.
Jan 31, 2019
All things Carlton with Bri Davey, AFLW season launch + round one preview
Nat, Sarah and Lucy are joined by Carlton captain Bri Davey as the Blues look to rise up the ladder in season 2019. Plus, the girls discuss the AFLW launch and give in-depth previews of every round one game.
Jan 30, 2019
AFLW's Aus Open conundrum, when to expect Hawks and Dons licenses + more with Nicole Livingstone (Ep.2)
On the eve of the 2019 AFLW season, Nat Edwards and Sarah Black are joined by Head of Women's Football Nicole Livingston to discuss the upcoming games, the future of the competition and much more.
Jan 23, 2019
Season preview: which team will rise, who will fall, players to watch + practice match wrap (Ep.1)
Credit to the Girls is back for the 2019 AFLW season! Nat Edwards, Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin run the rule over all the teams as they preview the upcoming season. Which team will rise? Which team will slide? Who are the players to watch? All that plus a comprehensive wrap of the weekend's practice games.
Nov 11, 2018
The good, the bad & the ugly of AFLW changes + biggest off-season winners
Nat Edwards and Sarah Black are back ahead of the 2019 AFLW season to discuss the new rule changes, the change to the structure of the competition, and how each team is shaping up as the pre-season begins.
Jul 5, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 10: Melissa Hickey
Nat and Sarah wrap up the AFLW trade period, boom Geelong recruit Melissa Hickey joins the podcast to discuss her move from Melbourne. Plus hear from Brisbane coach Craig Starcevich.
Mar 26, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 9: Season Review
Nat and Sarah are joined by Bulldogs premiership player Libby Birch after her side's nail-biting victory in Saturday's grand final, before looking back on the rest of roller coaster 2018 season.
Mar 19, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 8: Grand Final Preview
Nat and Sarah are joined by AFLW Head of Football Nicole Livingston, as well as Brisbane's Ally Anderson and Bulldog Aislin Utri in a jam-packed Grand Final preview episode.
Mar 12, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 7: Grand Final Race Heats Up
Nat and Sarah review the penultimate round of the home and away season and discuss the race for a grand final spot. Plus, GWS midfielder Courtney Gum and Adelaide's Ebony Marinoff join the show.
Mar 5, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 6: Izzy Huntington
Nat and Sarah are joined by Bulldogs young gun Izzy Huntington to discuss how her recovery is going and look at the race for a Grand Final spot with two rounds to go. Plus, Brisbane's Kate Lutkins and Melbourne's Tegan Cunningham also join the show.
Feb 26, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 5: Round Four Review
Nat is joined by Aasta O'Connor to review round three of the 2018 AFLW season and discuss the wide open race for a grand final spot.
Feb 12, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 4: Round Two Review
Nat and Sarah review round two of the 2018 AFLW season and chat to Carlton's Georgia Gee and Brisbane's Sam Virgo.
Feb 11, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 2: Season Preview
Nat and Sarah preview the upcoming AFLW season and speak to new Carlton captain Bri Davey and Collingwood's Steph Chiocci.
Feb 11, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 1: Nicole Livingstone
Nat and Sarah speak to new AFLW Head of Football Nicole Livingstone and Adelaide coach Bec Goddard ahead of the upcoming season.
Feb 8, 2018
Trail Blazers - 2018 Ep. 3: Round One Review
Nat and Sarah review round one of the 2018 AFLW season and chat to GWS' Rebecca Beeson and Fremantle's Stephanie Cain.