Georgia Gee        

Georgia Gee

Career : AFLW 2018 -
Debut : Round 1 2018 vs Collingwood
Carlton Player No. 30
Games : 19 *
Goals : 7 *
Guernsey 19
Height : 158 cm
Weight : TBA
DOB : 28th October, 1999

Starred in the NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships and was recognized with All-Australian honours and selection in the TAC Cup Girls Team of the Year. An excellent decision-maker who plays to structure and holds width on the wing. Gee plays half-forward / wing.

Gee was the Blues first pick in the 2018 AFLW draft, she was taken at pick 12 in the second round.

Her grandfather, Brian Shinners, played VFL/AFL football with Richmond (2 games) and Hawthorn (16 games) in the 1960s and '70s

Georgia Gee (Beaconsfield/Dandenong Stingrays, VIC)
Position: Midfielder/Forward - Though Georgia Gee may have been overshadowed on paper by the Vic Country midfield in the AFLW Under-18 National Championships, she was a real impact player on closer inspection. As an outside midfielder, Gee was impressive across the half-forward line in particular, and had another sensational season with the Beaconsfield side which won the South East Juniors Grand Final by a massive 128 points, the team’s fifth straight flag. In the past five seasons alone with Beaconsfield, Gee has kicked an excellent 129 goals in 59 games as a goal-scoring mid, which is further proof of her ability to damage opposition sides if given space. She also turned heads in Dandenong’s TAC Cup campaign. Though she is only slight at 157cms, Gee is a great reader of the ball in flight and is an exceptional kick of the football, particularly inside forward 50. Draft notes: Though she may not be in the conversation for the first round, teams will be well aware of the impact Georgia Gee could have either on a wing, half-forward flank or forward pocket. Depending on the approach certain clubs take, Gee could be drafted as early as the second round. - By Matt Marsden; Girls Play Footy.

Career Highlights

2019AFLW Rising Star Nominees - Round 6, 2019
2020 - 3rd Best and Fairest
2020 - Equal AFLW Leading Goalkicker
2020 - Rising Star Award (Most Improved)
2020 - AFLW Players Association Under 22 Team of the Year

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