Beatrice Devlyn
DOB
8/2/98
Height
178cm
Weight
Junior club
Subiaco/Jandakot JFC
Arrived
Academy signing from Subiaco in 2019
Number
7
Debut
Round 1 2020 vs Collingwood
(6th Eagles player)
Games
6
Goals
0
B&F Top 10
Best Finish
Other clubs
Fremantle (AFLW) 2017-2018
Subiaco (WAFLW) 2019

Forward Beatrice Devlyn was signed from the Eagles' academy ahead of the club's entry into the AFLW competition.

Fremantle career[edit | edit source]

Devlyn was an inaugural member of the Fremantle AFLW squad in 2017, signed as an injury replacement for Emily Bonser. She played two games for the Dockers in 2017 but did not add to that tally in 2018 after requiring surgery on a finger injury. She was delisted by the Dockers at the end of 2018.

West Coast career[edit | edit source]

Devlyn was signed after kicking 10 goals for Subiaco in the 2019 WAFLW competition. On being signed she was described as having a big tank and the ability to play in multiple positions.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beatrice_Devlyn

https://www.wafl.com.au/player/beatrice-devlyn

  1. Rhys Dickinson, westcoasteagles.com.au (27 August 2019), "AFLW: Eagles sign six exciting talents": https://www.westcoasteagles.com.au/news/2019-08-27/aflw-six-exciting-talents-sign-with-eagles
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