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FORMER Bendigo Thunder star Angela Foley has won her second AFLW premiership after being part of the Adelaide Crows' team that belted Carlton by 45 points in Sunday's grand final.
The Crows completed a dominant season by winning 10.3 (63) to 2.6 (18) at the Adelaide Oval in front of a record women's crowd of 53,034.
As well as Sunday's triumph, Foley was also a member of the Adelaide team that won the inaugural AFLW premiership in 2017.
Originally from Shepparton, Foley's football journey included a stint with the Bendigo Thunder, winning a premiership with the club in 2012, while she was also the inaugural best and fairest in 2011.
The AFLW grand final featured another previous Bendigo Thunder best and fairest in defender Kerryn Harrington in the Carlton side, which reached the grand final after finishing with the wooden spoon last season.
The best-on-ground medal went to Adelaide superstar Erin Phillips, who also suffered a knee injury.
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