Georgia Gee

Career : AFLW 2018 - AFLW 2022
Debut : Round 1 2018 vs Collingwood
Carlton Player No. 30
Games : 40
Goals : 19
Last Game : AFLW Round 10, 2022 vs Melbourne.
Guernsey No.: 19
Height : 158 cm (5' 2")
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.

In 2019, Gee nearly doubled her output from her first season and averaged more than 10 disposals per game. She put in a career-best performance in round 3 against Greater Western Sydney, recording 14 disposals, 6 tackles and a goal. After a 16-point win over Brisbane in round 6 in which she collected 12 disposals, she was the round nominee for the AFL Women's Rising Star award. In April 2019, she signed a two-year contract extension with the club. She played eleven games for Carlton in 2019 — eight in the AFLW and three in the VFLW.

In 2020, Gee finished the AFLW season with eight goals (converting at 100 per cent) in seven games, averaging 10 disposals a game. Her best performance came in round 3 against the Western Bulldogs, a game in which she kicked three goals and laid six tackles. She was voted as the final MVP of the Week for 2020 after kicking three goals, laying two tackles and collecting 12 touches and three inside 50's in a 29-point win over Brisbane. She was also voted into the inaugural AFLW 22under 22 team and included in the 2020 AFL Women's All-Australian team of 40. In August 2020, she signed a one-year contract extension, committing to the club until at least the end of 2022.

At the end of the 2022 season Gee would transfer to the newly admitted AFLW team Essendon with great friend Madison Prespakis.

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
2021 - Initial 40-person AFLW Players Association Under 22 squad: Midfielder.
2021 - Equal 5th Best and Fairest
2022 - Initial 40-person AFLW Players Association Under 22 squad.

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Page last modified on Thursday 22 of September, 2022 21:16:01 AEST by Bombasheldon.

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