Ailish Considine helped the Adelaide Crows to win their second AFLW Grand Final in three seasons on Sunday.
Considine's team became premiers after a comprehensive 63-18 win against Carlton Blues.
The game was played in front of 53,034 at the Adelaide Oval beating the previous record attendance for an AFLW game by more than 11,000. It was also the fifth most well-attended game in the history of the venue.
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Considine scored Adelaide's second goal of the game late in the first quarter to put them 12-8 ahead.
The Clare native, who has played both football and camogie for her county, signed for Adelaide in September after taking part in a CrossCoders trial camp.
You can watch highlights from the game below.
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