THE VFLW Blues generated superb scoreboard pressure in their final game of 2021, with four different goal scorers hitting the board on Sunday - including AFLW Game Changer Charlotte Hammans. 

Celebrating a 27-point win over Williamstown in the last home-and-away match of the 2021 Rebel VFLW season, maiden Blue Charlotte “Hamma” Hammans was thrilled with how her side finished off the year.

 “The team came together really well and even though it was the last game, left everything out on the field,” said Hammans.

With 13 scoring shots for the match, the Blues combined to seamlessly move the Sherrin between the arches. 

“We were connecting really well between our lines and getting the ball to flow through the lines,” she said. 

Featuring in 11 of the VFLW Blues’ 14 hit-outs this year, Hammans averaged 11.4 disposals and 3.5 tackles a game. 

To add to her first goal scored back in Round 11 during Carlton’s come-from-behind win against Casey, Hammans broke through in the third quarter against the Seagulls to extend the Blues’ lead. 

Reflecting on her time playing at VFLW level this season, Hammans was grateful for the chance to work on her footy in a fun environment. 

A handy forward for the Blues, Hammans used her time in the VFLW to try her hand at defence, adding another skill to her playing arsenal. 

“For a lot of the season I’d been playing [in the] backline and I hadn’t played much backline,” she said. 

“So, I really just worked on general backline craft and getting used to playing in that position.”