AFLW star Tyla Harris leads incoming celebrities at the AFLW W Awards in Melbourne


Tyla Harris put on her best fashion leg while attending Tuesday’s AFLW W Awards Melbourne.
When she arrived at the event with a guest, the 24-year-old sports star looked glamorous in a green velvet dress.
She finished her looked with a pair of heeled straps and failed to erase the smile from her face as she posed on the red carpet.
Glamorous: AFLW star Tyla Harris stuns in a green velvet dress as she leads incoming celebrities to the AFLW W Awards in Melbourne.
Tyla let go of her short blond hair and let her natural beauty shine, choosing a neutral makeup palette.
The sports star was joined by Anne Hutchard and her friend Georgie Wirth.
Anne made a style statement in a white jacket and colorful pants when she arrived at the event.
Georgie, meanwhile, looked stylish in a white backless dress as she hugged her partner on the red carpet.

The Demons took a short break from grand final preparations to receive well-deserved recognition for impressive individual campaigns.
Kate Hore and Olivia Purcell kicked off things for Melbourne with selections in the 2022 Season Seven All-Australian team. Hore was named in the forward line while Purcell featured in the interchange, critical nods to the seasons they have both put together.
Following the All-Australian honors, the best and fairest count began. After ten rounds, Brisbane’s Ally Anderson was the player deemed top of the league receiving 21 votes and the title of the AFLW Season Seven Best and Fairest.
In a further testament to the incredible season Purcell has produced, the midfielder received 16 votes from the umpires, finishing fifth in the overall count and taking home a career-high tally. Karen Paxman and Tayla Harris were also impressed with seven votes each, while young gun Eliza West received a career-high six.
North Melbourne star Emma Kearney’s remarkable consistency at the top level has again been rewarded, with the midfielder named in the All-Australian time for a record sixth time.
The 21-woman team was revealed at the 2022 W Awards on Tuesday night, with Kearney named captain of the side for the first time after being vice-captain in 2020.

Kearney, who also won the 2018 AFLW best and fairest, has now been named in every All-Australian team since the competition began in 2017, with Demons star Karen Paxman missing out on selection after five straight years in the group.
Kearney’s North Melbourne teammate Jasmine Garner, Dee’s key forward Tayla Harris, and Crows on-baller Ebony Marinoff were selected for the fourth time. At the same time, dual premiership Crows Anne Hatchard, Sarah Allen, and Tigers star Monique Conti were picked for a third time.
Melbourne veteran Daisy Pearce won All-Australian selection for the first time since 2018, but her Grand Final opponent Erin Phillips missed out after being named in the 40-player squad.
Phillips, Dockers duo Ebony Antonio and Kiara Bowers were three of 19 players that missed the cut.
Adelaide superstar Erin Phillips nabs the big prize at the inaugural AFLW Awards.
Swapping their footy boots and jumpers for evening gowns and plenty of bling, the women’s AFL league stars celebrated a successful season at the W Awards in Melbourne.

In its first year, the gala event celebrates the achievements of the season and individuals who have excelled throughout the season, particularly the AFL Women’s Best and Fairest – the female equivalent of the men’s league Brownlow Medal.
Adelaide premiership co-captain Erin Phillips, Melbourne captain Daisy Pearce, Lions stars Sabrina Frederick-Traub and Tayla Harris, and Carlton goalkicker Darcy Vescio was among the athletes celebrating in style at The Peninsula in Docklands.
Fierce reds, tailored tuxedos, elegant black, and lace detail were popular fashion choices on the coral carpet. Many players had their proud partners in tow.
Phillips, who was named the league’s most valuable player by her peers on Monday, said she was thrilled to be enjoying a night out with her wife, Tracy Gahan. “When that final siren went [on Saturday] … I cried like a baby,” the newly-crowned MVP told Fairfax.
The dual Olympic basketballer, who has twins with Gahan, added: “It’s amazing not to have to tell my daughter when she’s 13, if she plays football, she can’t play anymore. When my parents had to tell me that, it was hard.”

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