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AFL Women’s Draft, top prospects, Montana Ham, Sofia Hurley, nominate New South Wales, Sydney Swans

Sydney has received a great deal of encouragement for next week’s draft AFLW, with both Victoria and the country’s top hopes of being nominated for NSW.

According to the Womens.AFL, Montana Ham and Sophia Harley, two of the most impressive in the draft pool, will leave their home country.

The Expansion Club is in the NSW Draft pool, so it looks like it will definitely join Swansea.

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In the AFLW, players are allowed to vote for a draft in a particular state, as they are semi-professional and cause problems on the Internet. All states prepare their own pools.

Sydney James, the sister of Sydney James, who was nominated last year, has been nominated to play in Queensland from outside the country and has been nominated for the Gold Coast.

Vick Metro Montana Ham celebrates goal between Vick Country and Vic Metro during the NAB AFLW U18 National Championship. (Photo by Martin Keep / AFL Photos by Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

“This is a university and lifestyle choice,” Ham Sunderry, manager of Ham, told News Corp.

“She will be happy to go to any club, Swans or Giant.”

Ham is an average of 180 cm from the Western Jets and Hurley made his fourth fastest 2km test in the AFLW combination last month.

The move follows the defeat of Hawthorn and Essendon for Victoria expansion clubs, which hold their first six Victorian elections in next Wednesday’s draft.

Port Adelaide is the fourth expansion club to join the league, meaning all 18 clubs have teams in the AFLW.

WA’s best hope is that Ella Roberts will stay in her home country and join the West Coast, reports The West.

Sandringham Dragons Sophia Harley runs with the ball. (Photo by Darrian Trainor / AFL Photos / by Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

AFLW Draft Order (Round 1)

1. Sydney Swans

2. Hawthorn

3. Port Adelaide

4. Essendon

5. Sydney Swans

6. Hawthorn

7. Port Adelaide

8. Essendon

9. Hawthorn

10. Hawthorn

11. Sydney Swans

12. Sydney Swans

13. Sydney Swans

14. West Coast Eagles

15. West Coast Eagles

16. St. Kilda

17. Carlton

18. Carlton

19. Gold Coast Sun.

20. GWS giant

21. Western Bulldogs

22. Hawthorn

23. Port Adelaide

24. West Coast Eagles

25. Hawthorn

26. Hawthorn

27. Fremantl

28. North Melbourne

29. Western Bulldogs

30. Collingwood

31. Port Adelaide

32. Eesendon

33. Geelong Cats

34. Gold Coast Sun.

35. Essendon

36. West Coast Eagles

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