Two Geelong players have been recognised for strong individual performances in the Cats Round One loss to Fremantle on Sunday.
Olivia Purcell was a standout for the Cats playing through the midfield. The 19-year-old registered 27 disposals and four tackles. Her possession tally was the highest registered by a Geelong player in an AFLW game to date.
Her performance was rewarded with five votes from the coaches.
Teammate Julia Crockett-Grills collected one vote after a consistent four quarter performance.
The 25-year-old finished the game with 22 touches and five marks.
Fremantle v Geelong Votes
9 Sabreena Duffy (FRE)
7 Kiara Bowers (FRE)
5 Hayley Miller (FRE)
5 Olivia Purcell (GEEL)
3 Gemma Houghton (FRE)
1 Julia Crockett-Grills (GEEL)
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