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Height: 162cm

Dob: 1/7/2005

Position: Small forward

Club: Eastern Ranges

Games: 14

Goals: 38

https://central.rookieme.com/afl/player/alyssia-pisano/

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When it comes to class and maximum damage in this year’s AFLW Draft class, it is hard to look past Eastern Ranges small forward, Alyssia Pisano. The talented left-footer is as dominant as anyone when she can wheel around onto her trusted side and win a game off her own boot in a matter of minutes. With weapons galore inside 50 and the potential to develop even further, Pisano is the premier small forward in this year’s draft crop.

2023 Coates Talent League Profile Series - Alyssia Pisano
https://www.afl.com.au/video/897036

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1 hour ago, poita said:

Whilst a small forward is a definite need for this team, we should be looking for size in the midfield with a top 5 pick.

Unless players from other states nominate nationally, it's slim pickings for players of that type and quality right at the top of the draft, as far as I can see.

Of the VICs, Kayley Kavanagh is the right type but estimated pick 15-30. So maybe we go best available with our top pick, then try to fill that void later.

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We’ve got a lot of aerial power but you need a forward line that can create goals even when things are messy.  Pisano looks like a strong, powerful player that can use her legs and kick to create scores even when the game is messy, like finals often are.

 Certainly seems like the right type of player to be adding to the group.

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  • Whispering_Jack changed the title to Welcome to Demonland: Alyssia Pisano

When I read about Alyssia Pisano I didn’t think we had any hope of seeing her in the Red and Blue. Just shows how good our recruiting team is, welcome aboard Alyssia hope you kick a bag in 2024.!!

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