Collingwood will enter the 2020 NAB AFL Women's Draft with five selections as the event is held virtually on Tuesday night.
The club has already used one selection to confirm their first ever father-daugther pick, Tarni Brown (daughter of Collingwood legend, Gavin).
How will the draft work?
Clubs will dial into a central location to make their selections before picks are then shared publicly through a livestream event.
It will be the first occasion the AFLW Draft will be held at night with the formalities set to kick off at 7pm AEDT.
There is set to be a total of 58 selections across the league with three players, including Tarni Brown, already committed to father-daughter selections.
Fans can watch the draft livestream via the womens.afl website or the AFLW Official App and Facebook Live.
Tune into Collingwood’s digital channels to see who is drafted to the club.
What picks do we have?
Collingwood carries picks 19, 25, 26, 31, 33.
The selection number of father-daughter pick, Tarni Brown will be confirmed on Tuesday night.
How will talent be selected?
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, scouts have had to look for talent in different ways this year.
The NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships were reworked into state NAB AFLW All Star matches, with one game taking place in Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, games were unable to be played in Victoria and NSW.
There were three rounds of the NAB League Girls played at the start of the year, but besides that, clubs are relying on information they have gleaned from last year, as well as conversations with players' coaches.
Like the championships, the NAB AFLW Draft Combine has been altered this year to a state-based affair. Victoria has not been able to hold testing, but players have been asked to record a 2km time trial through the Strava app. Interviews between clubs and draft hopefuls have been conducted via video calls.
2020 NAB AFLW DRAFT
Tuesday October 6, 7pm AEDT.
Stream via the womens.afl website or the AFLW Official App and Facebook Live.