2022 was a successful year for the Southport Sharks. All three teams made the Grand Final and the QAFLW Reserves won the premiership in their first year in the competition.


2022 saw the Southport Sharks compete in the VFL competition. Twenty-one teams took part, comprised of 11 AFL clubs, three AFL-aligned clubs and seven stand-alone clubs. Following the cancellation of the 2021 season after 10 games, finals were played this season, and Southport featured prominently. 2022 will also be remembered as the season we lost our President of 49 years, Dr Alan MacKenzie. The longest serving President in Australian football history has left a lasting legacy and is greatly missed for his passion for the game in Queensland, his care for thousands of Southport players during his tenure and his leadership of our remarkable club.

Steve Daniel once again coached the VFL side and was assisted by Matthew Primus, Matthew Lappin and Luke Kenelley. A list of 40 players was compiled, made up of 28 players aged 22 and over and 12 players under the age of 22. Six players under 22 had to be played in the team each week.

Following a pre-season disrupted by inclement weather, which forced us off Fankhauser Reserve on many occasions and Covid-19, which caused us to cancel an entire week of training, we travelled to Punt Road to take on Richmond in Round One. The ghosts of the preseason came back to haunt us immediately, and we were defeated by 31 points after fading out of the contest from quarter time.

The response to the loss was immediate, and our first home game saw a comfortable 57-point win over Williamstown. Wins over Werribee and Geelong followed before a miracle escape against Footscray. In a game delayed due to flight issues, a late goal by Tom Fields put us in front at the 30-minute mark after trailing all night.

Following a bye, we travelled to Casey Fields and were embarrassed by a red-hot Casey outfit that kicked the first seven goals of the match. We courageously rallied to lose by 30 points but
this Casey team was as good as we had played in our two years in the VFL.

Consecutive wins followed against GWS, Port Melbourne, Brisbane, Sandringham, Northern Bullants, Frankston, Box Hill and Sydney. We were now entrenched in the top two on the ladder. A home game against Essendon ended the winning streak after we coughed up a 31-point quarter time lead to lose by two points.

Consecutive losses to Collingwood at Victoria Park and Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium had the club leaders wondering how to end the form slump, but a resounding 106-point win at home in Round 22 rectified the situation. An upset Brisbane win over Casey saw us finish third after the home and away season.

We travelled to Burpengary to take on the Brisbane Lions in the Qualifying Final. After a fast start, we extended the lead at every break and ran out comfortable 49-point winners. This earned us a week off and a home Preliminary Final.

A local derby against the Gold Suns was presented to us at Fankhauser Reserve. On a perfect day in front of a crowd of 4000, the Suns had 20 AFL listed players, and this ensured a thrilling Preliminary Final contest.

Trailing by a goal at three-quarter time, we kicked five goals ten minutes into the final term to overwhelm the Suns and qualify for our first ever VFL Grand Final. This game also heralded a new trophy, the “Mackenzie Cup”, which will be contested each time the Southport VFL team plays against the Suns. While President of Southport for 49 years, Doc Mackenzie was also a Board Member of the Gold Coast Suns and was awarded life membership in 2018. This trophy will keep the memory of Doc well and truly at the forefront of both clubs.

On the 18th of September, the Grand Final was held at Ikon Park, Carlton, where we took on the Casey Demons, who had finished the season on top. A cold and windy Melbourne day awaited, and we were supported by a loyal band of supporters, many of whom travelled from Queensland for the game.

An inaccurate first quarter saw us lead by seven points at quarter time, but Casey took control from then on. A severe storm hit the ground
after half time, and Casey handled the conditions better. Scoring was tough, and we couldn’t penetrate the Casey defence, eventually succumbing by 32 points.

While the Grand Final was a disappointing day, the season should be viewed as a resounding success. Finishing second in a 21-team competition is an outstanding result, and we were the only stand-alone VFL club to qualify for finals.

VFL Senior Coach – Steve Daniel

VFL Assistant Coaches – Matthew Primus, Matthew Lappin, Luke Kennelly & Scott Mathers

Strength and Conditioning – Josh Hall

Physiotherapist – Scott James

VFL Captains – Michael Manteit and Jacob Dawson

Award Winners

Doc Mackenzie Medal (Best & Fairest) – Jacob Dawson

Runner Up (Best & Fairest) – Boyd Woodcock

Gerry Carmody Best Finals Player Award – Boyd Woodcock

Leading Goalkicker – Jacob Townsend

Wally Fankhauser Memorial Trophy – Max Pescud

John Gonard Trademark Award – Jesse Joyce

Most Professional – Rhys King

Ken McDonald Most Dedicated Player – Rhys Clark

Bill Wood Club Person of the Year – James McClaren


VFL Round 1 – Punt Road

Richmond Tigers 3.1 8.2 14.2 16.4 (100)

Southport Sharks 3.0 4.2 7.5 10.9 (69)

Goal Kickers: J Townsend 3, M Pescud 2, B Crossley, B Gowers, J Heron, J Williams, B Woodcock

Best Players: J Dawson, M Willis, B Woodcock.

VFL Round 2 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 5.2 6.6 16.7 18.11 (119)

Williamstown 1.0 4.1 6.2 10.2 (62)

Best: J. Townsend, J.Heron, M.Spencer, M.Pescud, J.Joyce, J.Dawson

Goals: J. Townsend 8, T.Fields 2, R.Bowman, Z.Foot, B.Gowers, M.Johnson, J.Joyce, J.Lockhart, M.Pescud, M.Selsby

VFL Round 3 – Avalon Airport Oval

Werribee 3.2 5.6 8.8 11.12 (78)

Southport 8.6 12.7 14.12 18.16 (124)

Goal Kickers: J.Townsend 4, T.Fields 3, R.King 3, B.Gowers 2, M.Pescud 2, J.Williams 2, D.Charlesworth, Z.Foot, J.Joyce

Best Players: J.Dawson, B.Woodcock, Z.Foot, R.King, J.Williams, A.Fyfe

VFL Round 4 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 7.1 10.8 13.11 15.13 (103)

Geelong 2.1 3.3 5.7 8.8 (56)

Goal Kickers: B.Crossley 2, B.Gowers 2, J.Joyce 2, M.Pescud, T. Fields, J. Foon, Z.Foot, F. Thurlow, J.Townsend, J.Williams, B.Woodcock

Best Players: B. Woodcock, B.Crossley,J.Joyce, J.Dawson, J.Lockhart, F. Thurlow

VFL Round 5 – Whitten Oval

Footscray 3.4 7.8 9.10 12.12 (84)

Southport 3.2 6.4 7.7 13.11 (89)

Goal Kickers: Z. Foot 3, B. Gowers 2, F. Thurlow 2, D. Charlesworth, T. Fields, R. Gilmore, J. Heron, R. King, M. Manteit

Best Players: F. Thurlow, Z. Foot, R. Clark, J. Dawson, B. Woodcock, R. Gilmore

VFL Round 7 – Casey Fields

Casey 6.2 8.5 10.9 13.11 (89)

Southport 0.0 4.4 6.8 8.11 (59)

Goal Kickers: B. Woodcock 2, B. Crossley, J. Dawson, B. Gowers, J. Joyce, M. Pescud, F. Thurlow

Best Players: J. Dawson, F. Thurlow, B. Crossley, J. Lockhart

VFL Round 8 – Metricon Stadium Oval 2

Southport 0.5 4.9 7.10 12.13 (85)

GWS 2.2 4.5 8.6 8.10 (58)

Goal Kickers: J. Lockhart 3, M. Pescud 3, J. Joyce, B. Gowers, R. King, T. Reeves, B. Woodcock

Best Players: J. Dawson, M. Pescud, F. Thurlow, R. Clark, J. Lockhart, J. Joyce

VFL Round 9 – North Port Oval

Port Melbourne 2.2 2.5 4.6 7.14 (56)

Southport 2.3 8.7 11.9 18.11 (119)

Goal Kickers: T. Fields 4, J. Lockhart 3, M. Pescud 2, T. Reeves 2, B. Crossley, B. Gowers, J. Joyce, R. King, C. Searle, M. Selsby, F. Thurlow, B. Woodcock.

Best Players: B. Woodcock, M. Manteit, M. Spencer, C. Searle, R. Clark, T. Fields

VFL Round 10 – Metricon Stadium Oval 2

Southport 2.4 8.5 12.9 16.12 (108)

Brisbane 2.5 4.7 7.8 10.12 (72)

Goal Kickers: R. Gilmore 2, B. Gowers 2, J. Joyce 2, J. Townsend 2, J. Dawson, T. Fields, R. King, J. Lockhart, T. Reeves, M. Selsby, B. Woodcock, B. Crossley

Best Players: B. Gowers, B. Crossley, J. Lockhart, R. Clark, J. Dawson, B. Woodcock

VFL Round 12 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 4.4 8.7 14.11 16.13 (109)

Sandringham 1.2 4.6 5.8 9.11 (65)

Goal Kickers: M. Pescud, J. Townsend, B. Gowers, J. Lockhart, M. Selsby, B. Woodcock, M.Manteit, B. Crossley

Best Players: J. Dawson, B. Woodcock, M. Pescud, S. Tape, M. Manteit, F. Thurlow

VFL Round 14 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 4.2 8.6 12.12 16.19 (115)

Frankston 1.2 1.5 2.9 5.12 (41)

Goal Kickers: T. Fields 2, J. Lockhart 2, J. Townsend 2, B. Woodcock 2, A. Fyfe, B. Gowers, J. Heron, M. Johnson, J. Joyce, M.Manteit, M. Pescud, M. Selsby

Best Players: M. ManteitB. Woodcock, M. Pescud, K. Boayke, R. King, B. Crossley

VFL Round 16 – Box Hill City Oval

Box Hill Hawks 2.4 3.5 5.7 8.11 (59)

Southport Sharks 4.8 7.11 7.12 10.14 (74)

Best Players: Boyd Woodcock, Michael Manteit, Max Spencer, Seb Tape, Max Pescud, Rhys King

Goal Kickers: Bill Gowers 2, Jacob Townsend 2, Ryan Gilmore, Mitch Johnson, Rhys King, Jay Lockhart, Max Pescud, Boyd Woodcock

VFL Round 17 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport Sharks 2.2 2.7 6.10 9.12 (66)

Sydney Swans 0.0 3.2 5.5 6.8 (44)

Best Players: Brayden Crossley, Boyd Woodcock, Jacob Dawson, Rhys Clark, Zac Foot, Billy Gowers

Goal Kickers: Billy Gowers 2, Boyd Woodcock 2, Brayden Crossley, Tom Fields, Zac Foot, Mitch Johnson, Jesse Joyce

VFL Round 18 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport Sharks 5.4 6.7 9.10 12.13 (85)

Essendon Bombers 0.3 5.6 7.8 13.9 (87)

Best Players: Mackenzie Willis, Jacob Dawson, Zac Foot, Brayden Crossley, Ryan Davis

Goal Kickers: Mitch Johnson 3, Jacob Dawson 2, Tom Fields 2, Billy Gowers, Rhys King, Max Pescud, Jacob Townsend, Boyd Woodcock

VFL Round 19 – Victoria Park

Collingwood Magpies 3.2 5.4 9.8 13.10 (88)

Southport Sharks 1.4 1.8 2.10 6.14 (50)

Best Players: Brayden Crossley, Boyd Woodcock, Kwaby Boakye, Jacob Dawson

Goal Kickers: Billy Gowers, Michael Manteit, Max Pescud, Jacob Townsend, Boyd Woodcock

VFL Round 21  – Metricon Stadium

Gold Coast Suns 3.0 7.4 10.8 14.10 (94)

Southport Sharks 5.3 6.4 11.7 12.13 (85)

Best Players: Dawson, Manteit, Gowers, Crossley

Goal Kickers: Billy Gowers 2, Max Pescud 2, Jacob Townsend 2, Daniel Charlesworth, Mitch Johnson, Mike Manteit, Michael Selsby, Boyd Woodcock

VFL Round 22 Southport Sharks v Coburg Lions – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport Sharks 4.4 6.8 14.16 21.18 (144)

Coburg Lions 1.4 2.9 2.9 4.14 (38)

Best Players: Jacob Dawson, Brayden Crossley, Kwaby Boakye, Mitch Johnson, Jacob Heron, Rhys King, Boyd Woodcock.

Goal Kickers: Mitch Johnson 4, Jacob Townsend 4, Daniel Charlesworth 2, Brayden Crossley 2, Zac Foot 2, Jacob Dawson, Josh Hall, Jacob Heron, Rhys King, Mike Manteit, Michael Selsby, Boyd Woodcock

VFL Second Qualifying Final – Moreton Bay Central Sporting Complex

Brisbane Lions 1.1 3.6 4.7 5.8 (38)

Southport Sharks 3.2 6.4 9.9 12.15 (87)

Best Players: Max Pescud, Jesse Joyce, Rhys King, Brayden Crossley, Boyd Woodcock, Matthew Gahan

Goal Kickers: Max Pescud 3, Boyd Woodcock 2, Daniel Charlesworth, Ryan Davis, Tom Fields, Jacob Heron, Mitch Johnson, Jesse Joyce, Jay Lockhart

VFL Second Preliminary Final – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport Sharks 1.2 6.9 9.15 14.25 (109)

Gold Coast Suns 3.2 6.2 12.3 13.3 (81)

Best Players: Zac Foot, Jacob Dawson, Brayden Crossley, Kwaby Boakye, Boyd Woodcock, Jesse Joyce, Mackenzie Willis

Goal Kickers: Zac Foot 3, Tom Fields 3, Billy Gowers 2, Dan Charlesworth 2, Rhys King, Ryan Davis, Jesse Joyce, Max Pescud

VFL Grand Final – Ikon Park

Casey Demons 2.2 4.5 6.8 10.10 (70)

Southport Sharks 3.3 3.5 4.5 5.8 (38)

Best Players: Boyd Woodcock, Brayden Crossley, Kwaby Boakye, Jesse Joyce, Rhys Clark

Goal Kickers: Jacob Townsend 2, Mitch Johnson, Rhys King, Max Pescud



Season 2022 saw the Southport Sharks women’s team elevated from QFAW Division One to the State League competition, QAFLW. After back-to-back Premierships in 2020 and 2021, the club was ready to step up to the top competition in Queensland. Dual Premiership Coach Ryan Davis once again took the reins and the list was constructed between October and March. For the first time, the club would also field a reserve grade team, so 60 women were required to play over the course of the season.

The competition consisted of eight teams from South-East Queensland; Southport, Bond University, University of Queensland, Yeronga, Coorparoo, Wilston Grange, Aspley and Maroochydore.

The Sharks’ season started with six consecutive wins which saw us sitting atop the QAFLW ladder. The first loss for the season came against reigning premiers University of Queensland who completely outclassed the competition rookies. This loss also coincided with the AFLW Draft which saw a huge change in the list. Former Southport junior Annise Bradfield and NT recruit Ashanti Bush were put on ice by the Gold Coast Suns in preparation for AFLW pre-season duties.

Following some outstanding performances for Southport in the first half of the season, former Southport junior Giselle Davies was re-contracted by the Gold Coast Suns and recruit Britt Perry was contracted by expansion AFLW team Port Adelaide.

At the NAB AFLW Draft on 29th of June, Southport Premiership Player Fleur Davies was drafted by the GWS Giants at pick 64, and North Queensland recruit Alana Gee was selected by the Gold Coast Suns at pick 19.

The second half of the season saw mixed results from the Sharks. The loss of the AFLW players forced many changes to the senior side as Coach Davis searched for the best combination. Consecutive losses to Bond University and University of Queensland saw the Sharks fighting for a finals spot in the last round of the season. Pride Round was played at Yeronga and Coorparoo stood between Southport and a maiden finals appearance. The Sharks won a low scoring affair by 14 points, to finish third at the end of the home and away season.

The first Semi-Final saw a comfortable win over Maroochydore and the Preliminary Final resulted in a big win over arch-rivals Bond Uni at their home ground. Eight incident referrals from the game resulted in four reports to Bond Uni players who all pleaded guilty and were suspended for six weeks. All Southport players were cleared, but Tatum Shaw suffered a broken wrist and would miss the Grand Final.

The Grand Final was played at Yeronga on 7th of August and Southport faced defending the Premiers University of Queensland. Inaccurate kicking cost the Sharks early in the game and we trailed by two points at half time. Brianna McFarlane kicked two goals in the third term to gain the ascendancy and the Sharks led by six points at three quarter time. UQ kicked the only major for the term and the game was headed for extra time. Three minutes plus time on each way was played and UQ were able to kick 1.1 which handed the Sharks an agonizing Grand Final defeat.

Despite the disappointment of losing their inaugural state league Grand Final, the season will be judged as a resounding success. The Reserves won the Premiership, the Seniors finished runners-up and five players were drafted or re-contracted to AFLW clubs following the postseason signing of North Queensland recruit Kaylee Kimber to the Gold Coast Suns.


Former Southport junior coach Malcolm Smith took the reins of the inaugural Southport QAFLW Reserves Team. After some early season losses, the Reserves managed to string together
many hard fought wins and were good enough to finish the home and away season in second place.

Despite playing many games with less than the full 21 players, the talent was there and fighting quality of this team had to be seen to be believed.

The Semi Final against Bond University at Yeronga resulted in a comfortable 22 point win which saw our Reserves progress straight through to the Grand Final. The Grand Final was played at Yeronga on 7th of August. Local rivals Bond University were again the opponent and it was a remarkable game.

A high pressure, extremely low scoring affair played in perfect conditions saw the Sharks lose the lead in the final term, before Tayla Gregory goaled off the ground to regain the lead. The frantic final minutes saw the Sharks defend valiantly and hang on for a courageous two-point Grand Final win.

Meg McGuiness played a brilliant last quarter to help save the game and 2020 Sharks Premiership Player Alessia Smythe was awarded the Best on Ground medal for
her performance at centre half back.

Congratulations to Malcolm Smith and his team in creating another first for the club in achieving a Premiership with our first ever QAFLW Reserve Grade team.

QAFLW Senior Coach – Ryan Davis

QAFLW Assistant Coaches – Peter Doherty, Jim Sandral, Boyd Woodcock

Strength and Conditioning – Mia Dockery

Game Day Runner – James McLaren

Women Football Manager – Blair Cearns

Reserves Coach – Mal Smith

Physiotherapist – Cherlene De Jesus

Captains – Jess Malouf and Ashlee Flick


Best & Fairest (Audrey Fankhauser Medal) – Maddy Watt

Runner Up Best & Fairest – Georgia Breward

Best Finals Player – Kaylee Kimber

Most Courageous Player – Poppy Boltz

Most Improved Player – Georgia Eller

Coaches Award – Selina Priest

Trademark Award – Leigh Alder

Reserves Best & Fairest – Lily Munro & Indira Maradani

Best 1st Year Player – Meghan Sullivan

Best Team Player – Serina Balanda

Best Finals Player – Alessia Smythe



QAFLW Seniors Round 1 – Leyshon Park

Yeronga Devils 0.0 0.0 1.1 1.2 (8)

Southport Sharks 2.0 4.2 8.2 8.3 (51)

Goal Kickers: Southport – A Gee 2, T Gregory, B McFarlane, B Perry

Best Players: Southport – G Breward, M Watt, B Perry S Priest, B Randall, L Alder

QAFLW Seniors Round 2 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 4.0 7.0 9.2 10.4 (64)

Coorparoo 1.2 1.3 1.4 (10)

Best: G. Breward, L.Alder, L.Pearce, H.Davies, G.Davies, S.Priest

Goals: G.Davies 3, H. Davies 2, B.McFarlane 2, R.Schipp, B.Perry, F. Davies.

QAFLW Seniors Round 3 – Maroochydore Multisport Complex

Maroochydore 1.2 1.4 1.4 2.9 (21)

Southport 1.1 3.2 5.5 5.5 (35)

Goal Kickers: B.Perry 3, M.O’Connell, B.McFarlane

Best Players: R.Schipp, G.Breward, M.Watt, J.Malouf, B.Mcfarlane, C.Wynne

QAFLW Seniors Round 4 – Hickey Park

Wilston Grange 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.5 (5)

Southport 5.1 9.5 11.9 12.13 (85)

Goal Kickers: B. Perry 4, G. Davies 3, M. O’Connell 2, H. Davies, L. Pearce, P. Boltz

Best Players: G. Davies, B. Perry, A. Bradfield, R. Schipp, L. Pearce, M. Watt

QAFLW Seniors Round 5 – Salk Oval

Southport 2.5 7.5 9.6 14.8 (92)

Aspley 2.0 2.0 5.1 5.2 (32)

Goal Kickers: G. Davies 4, B. Perry 3, B. McFarlane 3, A. Bush 3, J. Brock

Best Players: B. Perry, G. Breward, G. Davies, A. Bradfield, T. Shaw, L. McDonald

QAFLW Seniors Round 7 – Leyshon Park

Southport 4.3 7.5 9.8 11.10 (76)

Yeronga 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 (2)

Goal Kickers: D. Davies 5, J. Brock 3, B. McFarlane 2, K. Kimber,

Best Players: P. Boltz, D. Davies, R.Schipp, H. Davies, M. McGuiness, M. Watt

QAFLW Seniors Round 9 – Metricon Stadium Oval 2

Southport 0.1 1.2 1.3 1.6 (12)

University of Queensland 3.0 4.1 5.3 6.3 (39)

Goal Kickers: B. Perry

Best Players: R. Schipp, M. Watt, P. Boltz, L. Alder, Player, B. Perry

QAFLW Seniors Round 10 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 4.2 8.4 9.5 12.9 (81)

Wilston Grange 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 (2)

Goal Kickers: B. Perry 4, H. Davies 3, J. Brock, Z. Cheffers, T. Gregory, B. McFarlane, R. Schipp

Best Players: P. Boltz, J. Brock, B. McFarlane, B. Randall, M. Watt, L. McDonald

QAFLW Seniors Round 11 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 1.1 1.3 4.4 5.6 (36)

Maroochydore 3.2 5.2 7.2 8.4 (52)

Goal Kickers: D. Davies, H. Davies, G. Eller, A. Smythe, M. Watt

QAFLW Seniors Round 13 – Bond University

Bond University 1.1 1.1 3.3 3.4 (22)

Southport 0.2 5.3 6.5 8.7 (55)

Goal Kickers: B. McFarlane, D. Davies, A. Peterson, P. Price, A. Smythe

Best Players: A. Peterson, B. McFarlane, P. Boltz, G. Breward, M. Watt, D. Davies

QAFLW Seniors Round 14 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport Sharks 0.2 0.2 2.3 2.4 (16)

Bond University 2.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 (21)

Goal Kickers: Georgia Eller, Meg McGuiness

Best Players: Madeleine Watt, Jessica Malouf, Leigh Alder, Georgia Breward, Brianna Mcfarlane, Akayla Peterson

QAFLW Round 15 Seniors – University of Queensland

University of Queensland 2.1 4.1 6.5 8.5 (53)

Southport Sharks 1.2 6.2 6.2 6.3 (39)

Goal Kickers: Brianna McFarlane 2, Tayla Gregory, Selina Priest, Maddy Watt, Casey Wynne

Best Players: Georgia Breward, Madeleine Watt, Lily McDonald, Poppy Boltz, Georgia Eller, Casey Wynne

QAFLW Seniors Round 16 – Leyshon Park

Coorparoo 2.2 2.7 6.10 9.12 (66)

Southport 0.0 3.2 5.5 6.8 (44)

Best Players: Kaylee Kimber, Madeleine Watt, Leigh Alder, Brianna Mcfarlane, Georgia Breward, Selina Priest

Goal Kickers: Caitlin Miller 2, Brianna Mcfarlane, Selina Priest

QAFLW Seniors Elimination Final – Leyshon Park

Southport Sharks 2.1 3.8 5.9 7.13 (55)

Maroochydore Roos 0.1 1.1 2.1 2.2 (14)

Best Players: Rianna Schipp, Poppy Boltz, Georgia Breward, Leigh Alder, Darcie Davies, Kaylee Kimber

Goal Kickers: Darcie Davies 4, Caitlin Miller, Selina Priest, Tatum Shaw

QAFLW Seniors Preliminary Final – Bond University

Bond University Bullsharks 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.4 (16)

Southport Sharks 2.2 6.2 7.4 7.4 (46)

Best Players: Georgia Breward, Rianna Schipp, Caitlin Miller, Hannah Davies, Darcie Davies, Maddy Watt

Goal Kickers: Caitlin Miller 2, Hannah Davies, Brianna McFarlane, Selina Priest, Tatum Shaw

QAFLW Seniors Grand Final – Leyshon Park

University of Queensland 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.1 (31)

Southport Sharks 0.4 1.4 3.6 3.6 3.6 (24)

Best Players: Kaylee Kimber, Selina Priest, Maddy Watt, Leigh Alder, Poppy Boltz, Hannah Davies

Goal Kickers: Bree McFarlane 2, Darcie Davies


QAFLW Reserves Round 1 – Leyshon Park

Yeronga Devils 2.2 5.5 6.8 8.8 (56)

Southport Sharks 1.1 1.1 3.2 4.2 (26)

Goal Kickers: Southport – K Kimber, I Maradani, M O’Connell, A Pearce

Best Players: Southport – D Davies, K Kimber, C Miller, A Pearce, C Copping

QAFLW Reserves Round 2 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 1.3 3.4 4.7 4.7 (31)

Coorparoo 1.2 1.3 2.5 2.8 (20)

Best: D.Davies, I. Maradani, C.Miller, Z.Cheffers, A.Pearce, A.Gain

Goals: T.Gregory 2, I. Maradani, M. O’Connell

QAFLW Reserves Round 3 – Maroochydore Multisport Complex

Maroochydore 4.1 6.5 9.6 10.10 (70)

Southport 0.1 2.1 2.1 4.1 (25)

Goal Kickers: T.Gregory 3, Z.Haines

Best Players: T.Gregory, Z.Haines L.Munro, D.Smith, A.Pearce, J.Brock

QAFLW Reserves Round 4 – Hickey Park

Wilston Grange 0.0 (0)

Southport 18.19 (127)

Goal Kickers: A. Smythe 4, T. Gregory 3, M. Cozzuol 2, A. Pearce 2, T. Schwalger 2, E. Williams 2, I. Maradani, G. Parkinson, M. Sullivan

Best Players: T. Gregory, T. Perry, E. Williams, M. Cozzuol, T. Schwalger, L. Munro

QAFLW Reserves Round 5 – Salk Oval

Southport 3.4 5.6 8.8 11.8 (74)

Aspley 1.1 2.1 2.1 2.2 (14)

Goal Kickers: G. Eller 3, T. Gregory 3, M. O’Connell 3, H. Leefe Martin, A. Smythe. B. Milburn

Best Players: H. Martin, M. Cozzoul, T. Gregory, J. Struhs, A. Pearce, I. Boyd.

QAFLW Reserves Round 7 – Leyshon Park

Southport 1.2 2.2 2.3 2.3 (15)

Yeronga 0.0 1.2 1.2 1.2 (8)

Goal Kickers: T. Gregory, A. Smythe

Best Players: B. Randall, T. Gregory, J. Struhs, M. Sullivan, G. Eller, S. Balanda

QAFLW Reserves Round 9 – Metricon Stadium Oval 2

Southport 2.2 2.4 5.4 7.6 (48)

University of Queensland 0.0 1.1 1.1 3.1 (19)

Goal Kickers: B. McFarlane 3, Z. Cheffers, T. Gregory, K. Kimber, M. O’Connell

Best Players: K. Kimber, A. Pearce, B. McFarlane, S. Balanda, A. Pluples, T. Gregory

QAFLW Reserves Round 10 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 3.4 7.5 8.7 11.9 (75)

Wilston Grange 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0)

Goal Kickers: M. O’Connell 7, E. Zanker Close 3, A. Smythe

Best Players: M. O’Connell, A. Smythe, V. Winstanley, S. Balanda, J. Struhs, E. Zanker Close

QAFLW Reserves Round 11 – Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 1.3 4.3 4.6 4.6 (30)

Maroochydore 0.1 0.3 2.3 4.3 (27)

Goal Kickers: P. Price, Z. Haines, Z. Cheffers, T. Shaw

Best Players: T. Shaw, S. Balanda, P. Price, Z. Cheffers, D. Smith, I. Maradani

QAFLW Reserves Round 12 – Graham Road

Aspley 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 (21)

Southport 0.1 3.3 4.4 4.6 (30)

Goal Kickers: T. Gregory 2, I. Maradani, A. Smythe

Best Players: Z. Cheffers, L. Munro, T. Gregory, Z. Haines, I. Maradani, C. Copping

QAFLW Reserves Round 13 – Bond University

Bond University 3.2 5.2 7.3 10.3 (63)

Southport 1.0 4.1 4.1 4.1 (25)

Goal Kickers: E. Andres, P. Couzijn, T. Gregory, M. Sullivan

Best Players: A. Flick, E. Parker, J. Struhs, M. Sullivan, C. Richards, E. Andres

QAFLW Reserves Round 14 –  Fankhauser Reserve

Southport 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 (12)

Bond University 0.2 3.4 3.6 4.6 (30)

Goal Kickers: Tayla Gregory, Caitlin Miller

Best Players: Meghan Sullivan, Indira Maradani, Lily Munro, Ellie Parker, Tayla Gregory, Lily McDonald

QAFLW Reserves Round 15 – University of Queensland

University of Queensland 2.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 (18)

Southport Sharks 2.0 3.2 4.2 5.2 (32)

Goal Kickers: Maggie O’Connell 2, Kaylee Kimber, Meg McGuiness, Meghan Sullivan

Best Players: Kaylee Kimber, Jess Brock, Lily Munro, Ashlee Flick, Claire Forster, Caitlin Miller

QAFLW Reserves Round 16 – Leyshon Park

Coorparoo 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.2 (8)

Southport 1.0 1.1 1.4 3.4 (22)

Best Players: Ashlee Flick, Zali Cheffers, Paige Price, Meghan Sullivan, Haze-Lee Leefe Martin, Lily Munro

Goal Kickers: Paige Price, Alessia Smythe, Jayde Struhs

QAFLW Reserves Qualifying Final – Leyshon Park

Bond University 0.1 0.1 1.1 1.2 (8)

Southport Sharks 2.0 3.2 3.4 4.6 (30)

Best Players: Jess Brock, Lily Munro, Alessia Smythe, Indira Maradani, Serina Balanda, Maggie O’Connell

Goal Kickers: Maggie O’Connell 2, Zali Cheffers, Taylor Gregory

QAFLW Reserves Grand Final – Leyshon Park

Southport Sharks 1.1 1.1 1.2 2.3 (15)

Bond Uni 0.3 0.3 0.6 1.7 (13)

Best Players: Alessia Smythe, Meghan Sullivan, Zali Cheffers, Cheyana Copping, Indira Maradani, Meg McGuiness.

Goal Kickers: Taylor Gregory, Maggie O’Connell