Women’s AFL: Swan Districts player Chelsea Randall named Adelaide Crows co-captain

Chelsea Randall marks in an AFLW exhibition game last year.
Chelsea Randall marks in an AFLW exhibition game last year.

ANOTHER Swan Districts player has been chosen for higher duties in the AFL Women’s competition.

Adelaide marquee player Chelsea Randall, picked up by the club in last year’s inaugural draft, has been appointed the Crows co-captain.

It follows the appointment of her former WA Women’s Football League teammate and Swans captain Kara Donnellan as captain of Fremantle.

“We are very proud to see our young Swans girls leading the game both on and off the field,” the club said in social media.

The Dockers proved too strong for the Crows in their pre-season encounter in Darwin on Saturday, winning 8.10 (58) to 4.12 (36).

The Dockers’ AFLW campaign starts against the Western Bulldogs at Whitten Oval on February 4. The Crows host the GWS Giants on the same day.