Sharnie Whiting


Career : AFLW 2020
Debut : N/A
Carlton Player No.: N/A
Games : Nil
Goals : Nil
Guernsey No.: 23
Height : 169 cm (5' 5")
DOB : 23rd August, 2000.

Sharnie Whiting captured the attention of Carlton recruiters with her strength and power for the Williamstown Seagulls in 2019. Renowned for her clean hands and elite ball use, Whiting uses her reading of the game to her advantage and will be a headache for opposition defences at AFLW level.

Recruited from: Williamstown Seagulls (VIC), prior to that she played for TAC Team the Western Jets as well as Wyndham Vale and Werribee Juniors.

Sharnie Whiting did not manage to play a Senior game withe the Blues.

Whiting headed to West Adelaide for the 2021 SANFL season, she was the joint best and fairest winner. Sharnie was back playing for Williamstown in the 2022 season.

Blues confirm four AFLW list changes
The Carlton Football Club has informed Joanne Doonan, Emerson Woods, Katie Harrison and Sharnie Whiting that they will not be offered new contracts for next season. Doonan departs after one season at Ikon Park, where she played two games as an international rookie signing. Woods played one game for the Blues after being selected at pick No.38 in the 2018 NAB AFLW draft. The childhood blue achieved her lifelong dream in Round 5, 2019 when she pulled on the Navy Blue jumper in a win over Collingwood.

Whiting and Harrison also depart after one season. Despite not making an AFLW appearance, the pair were valued members of the playing group. Harrison was a rookie selection after making the brave decision to play Australian rules football after earning a place on the Australian Rugby Sevens side as a development player.
Carlton General Manager of Women’s Football Ash Brown thanked all four players for their commitment to the Club.

“On behalf of the entire playing group, coaches and players, we would like to thank Joanne, Emerson, Katie and Sharnie for their contributions to our club,” Brown said. “They turned up and worked hard whenever they walked through the doors at Ikon Park. In addition to that, they were great people to be around who positively influenced the culture of our program. “We thank them for their dedication to our AFLW program and wish them nothing but the best for the future.” – Carlton Media.

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