Ailish Considine scored her first goal of the Australian Rules season as Adelaide Crows pulled off an impressive comeback win against St Kilda at Hisense Stadium.
The Crows were behind for a large chunk of the contest but they found their shooting boots in the final quarter, ultimately closing out 6.4 (40) to 4.3 (27) victory.
Former Down footballer Clara Fitzpatrick had a fine game for St Kilda before being stretchered off following an awkward fall which saw her bang her head against the turf.
Last week Orla O'Dwyer was part of the Brisbane Lions side that overcame Considine's Crows in the first match of the campaign and they made it two wins from two with a 19-point success again over Geelong.
Layton follows up from the ruck contest, Collingwood race it forward and Aishling Sheridan is there to kick her first NAB #AFLW goal 👇#AFLWBluesPies pic.twitter.com/Ea7objQeRr— AFL Women's (@aflwomens) February 16, 2020
Aishling Sheridan and Sarah Rowe had a day to savour. The pair helped Collingwood to turn over Carlton with 15 points to spare at at Ikon Park.
Sheridan chipped in with a goal in an eye-catching display against Carlton, who had Fermanagh's Joanne Doonan in their line-up.
Meanwhile Dubliners Niamh McEvoy and Sinead Goldrick shone in Melbourne's 20-point win over Western Bulldogs.